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A Certain Wolfish Charm by Lydia Dare
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Nov 09, 11

Read in July, 2010

I went into reading this book with not real high expectations. However I was pleasantly surprised with a very good story and likable characters. It is set in England in 1816. The story begins with a very frustrated Lily who only needs help for the boy she���s raising (for her sister) from his guardian since the boys��� parents death. However the lovely Simon has been too busy with escapades to really care about his duties to the boy. So frustrated Lily decides to visit Simon the duke and confront him to get his help. The journey goes from there as you watch these characters develop into people you like and hope all works out well for them. It has plenty of parts that have you anxiously turning pages just to find out how it goes. Prissy and Will have you wanting to strangle them for their own stubbornness and many married wives will wish their mother-in-law was as good as Alice is to Lily. The writing is easy to follow and describes everything so that you can visualize the setting and surroundings. You���ll find yourself laughing cringing anxious frustrated and happy along with the characters in the story. Definitely a good read.

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