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The Suffragette Scandal - Courtney Milan
The Suffragette Scandal
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on BookLikes: Courtney Milan Courtney Milan
4.42 95
Format: paperback
ISBN: 8601403260323
Publisher: Femtopress
Edition language: English
Series: The Brothers Sinister (#4)
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Kaethe rated it
5.0 The Suffragette Scandal - Courtney Milan  
Lots of people avoid Romance as a genre because 1) they don't care about women in ballgowns 2) everything they know about Romance novels is 40 years out of date 3) they assume Romance is a genre for lonely women with too many cats 4) they buy into the idea that a genre by and about women must be inf...
Saturdays in Books
Saturdays in Books rated it
4.5 Review: The Suffragette Scandal
I spent the first half of this novel expecting it to be my favorite in the series. Free was already my favorite character, and Edward is a wonderful character. However, based on the last act, I'm falling back to Heiress Effect as my favorite. This is still quite good, fantastic, even, but there's ju...
The Book Gourmet
The Book Gourmet rated it
4.0 The Suffragette Scandal by Courtney Milan
Edward Clark comes back to England as a favor to a friend, to save that friend’s younger brother. That he is supposed to save that younger brother from his own, the one who betrayed him and left him for dead seven years ago, is an added bonus. Revenge, after all, is a dish best served cold. Little...
Tea, Rain, Book
Tea, Rain, Book rated it
5.0 Review: The Suffragette Scandal (Brothers Sinister #4) by Courtney Milan
A great big beautiful bounce back in 4-5 star territory with this installment of the Brothers Sinister series. Edward Clark/Edward Delacey was a gem of a hero, a break from the "perfectly perfect in every way" heroes that are found in romances. Edward has seen some shady stuff and it has given him a...
MarkAlan rated it
4.5 The Sufragette Scandal by Courtney Milan
This is the next-to-last book in The Brothers Sinister, and I loved it and the baby-free epilogue. The book is something of a feminist manifesto, which I enjoyed enormously. As usual, Milan researches her history, and any departure is explained in her Author's Note. Here's part of the Author's Not...
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