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Indiscretion by Jude Morgan
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Sep 28, 2009

it was amazing

I had loved "An Accomplished Woman" a ton, but I REALLY liked this one. While not as much of an Austen influence, there are some subtle hints to her characters and plots. However, as with her other book, it's done in an original and refreshing way that it's fun to read. In this one, the bantering dialogue was really funny and so witty, that I was wishing I could see this on screen. Despite what the title might suggest, it was clean and free of inneuendo and any "bodice-ripping" some feel standard for historical books and "romance" stories. I see this author as a modern Georgette Heyer.

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message 1: by Beth (new)

Beth o.k. - I thought Jude was a man. I read An Accomplished Woman, but it seemed a little wordy to me. Took me a long time to get through the book. Is indiscretion as wordy?

Erin(and Hannah) Yeah, not 100% on whether "jude " is male or female. Some interviews say he, some she. Obviously they like pen names too. Indeiscretion wasn't as wordy. It had a lot more witty dialogue like the bantering in "Pride and Prejudice."

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