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A Very Dutiful Daughter by Elizabeth Mansfield
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Nov 21, 15

really liked it
bookshelves: elizabeth-mansfield, traditional-regency, 4-star-keepers
Read in November, 2015

Received another copy of this book recently as part of a batch from a UBS. I read it again and I have to say I enjoyed it a lot more than I apparently enjoyed it the first time (when it just got 2 stars from me). Other than the rather sudden about-face for Roger, the hero, from seeming mostly indifferent to Letty in one scene to declaring his love the next time he sees her - maybe I missed something - the book reads quite smoothly, has several interesting characters besides the h/h, and well-written Regency-type scenery and situations as well.
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Mary C. *Nulla in mundo pax sincera* Bad plot, characters?

Ilze Mary wrote: "Bad plot, characters?"
Probably both - can't remember much about it.

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