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Angie Taylor
This was a different Heyer book than any I have read. It isn't historical fiction or a regency romance novel, but instead is an exploration into the details of relationships between siblings, and spouses before and after marriage, and all the false expectations accompanied. The main character really resonated with me for many reasons, making this book a nice read and time to reflect what I think about my relationships, and how I can make or break them.
Kate
Not as bad as Barren Corn but not the Heyer I love. Too many easy conclusions and 20s mysogyny.
Lea
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