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The Mistress' House by Leigh Michaels
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Sep 05, 2011

Read from July 22 to September 04, 2011

0 stars.
I wasted my time so you won't have to.
This was my "waiting room" read, a free Kindle download.

Why can't Regency romances be like they used to? Snappy dialogue, hero and/or heroine with a "past" or circumstances beyond their control, and lots of meddling titled peeps?

The Mistress' House contains three short novellas each featuring a different heroine who happens to find herself in said house. But wait a minute, they're good girls, they really are...

Heroine number one is Anne, a brunette. In the second story, it's Felicity, a blonde. And in the third, Georgiana, a redhead. What is this--Petticoat Junction??

Sorry, but even dim bulb Bobbie Jo Bradley of PJ has a lot more going on upstairs than these not so bright heroines, who aren't able to figure out the story twist, even though it's heavily telegraphed in the narrative!

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