Publisher: Corvallis Press
Pages no: 325
, Historical Fiction
, Historical Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, Regency Romance
I really enjoyed this. Didn't want it to end! Highly recommend. Oh, and can I just say that the author's bio is one of the funniest things I've read!
4-4.5 starsThis was a free e-book.... WOW! While the story moves, even in the beginning, I wasn't quite sure where *I* was with the story. But it held my interest until it engaged me completely! I was consumed with finishing this book - I couldn't even imagine how it could possibly wrap up. And let ...
I think this is the first time I've read this particular regency trope (the lady disguised as a man.) I wanted to love this book, but there were things that held me back. First of all, Millicent was very quick in the beginning to consign herself to a lifetime spent imitating a man. I know it was ...
For a freebie, this book was very good. I was surprised to be drawn in by the silly story of a woman who decides to pretend to be her male cousin upon his death so that her female family members could be saved from the poorhouse. As I was reading and getting close to sexy time with the object of M...
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