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Coronets and Steel by Sherwood Smith
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Mar 20, 2012

really liked it

Kim gave up an Olympic berth on the U.S. fencing team in order to research her own family history. To find out why she was raised on folk tales that don’t seem to be published in any library books. And why her grandfather disappeared in World War II. And, most important, why her grandmother has suddenly closed herself off from the world.

What Kim finds is Alec.
Or rather, he finds her.
And twenty-four hours later she wakes up, abducted, and trapped in the car of a speeding train. With a choice to make. Stick around and find out why she has been kidnapped by a brilliant, witty guy who looks like Mr. Darcy. Or jump.

The only question here is whether I will manage to stave off reading the sequel until the paperback comes out in September. Or whether I shall have to splurge and buy it now. I suspect the latter.
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Megan Morris Your review was great! After reading it, I had to go buy the book and I LOVED it! Thanks!

Anne Osterlund Hi Megan,

I'm so glad it was helpful!

(who, obviously, loves finding books & sharing them with other people who love them)

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