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The Lady Most Likely... by Julia Quinn
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Mar 07, 12

bookshelves: audio-books, read-in-2012, romance

Genre: Regency Romance

I really enjoyed this book. There’s nothing truly memorable here but it was fun, with feel-good, no-angst romances. There are no villains, Dark Secrets, Big Misunderstandings, or abductions. The conceit of the book is a country house party being hosted by Lady Carolyn Finchley to find a wife for her socially awkward horse-obsessed brother Hugh Dunne, the Earl of Briarly. There are three separate romances, as you might expect from a novel written by three authors – these actually merge pretty seamlessly together. While I’ve read a number of novels by all three of the authors, I can’t actually say which story is from which author (although other reviewers say it’s quite obvious…) and the characters maintain their personalities throughout the entire novel. Since there are three stories in a single novel, none of them go into as much depth as a full novel devoted to a single pair would, which was a trifle disappointing at times, but only to be expected.
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