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(Another England #3)

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It’s April of 1816 in Another England.

And Jeremy—a whore from the Dock—is living in a guest bedroom in the London home of the (in)famous Iron Marquess, with over fifteen days missing from his life.

For someone who remembers everything from his third birthday on, it’s unnerving not to know. Fine, fourteen days for the coma and the infection delirium, with a couple of brief r
Kindle Edition, 463 pages
Published September 13th 2018 by Eric Alan Westfall
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Jan 25, 2019 rated it it was ok
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It’s a moderately good regency marred by a lack of pacing in one section. So why only two stars? Misogyny.

At the start of the book, a young woman is excoriated in the lead character’s mind for having a sex life that, rumored exaggeration aside, was entirely normal for the time period. He’s shaming her, calling her a whore, thinking her disgusting ... while holding in high esteem an equally young man who is an actual sex worker. (I don’t mind sex workers, I do mind double standards.)

We never meet
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Nov 08, 2018 rated it it was amazing
This story is full of vibrant descriptions of 1800’s London, you get a real feeling of life back in the day. We see both the low class and the upper (Ton) class, and their stark differences.

The story follows Jeremy (later becomes Brandon) Who is saved from almost drowning in the filthy infested Themes by Iron Marquess. It later becomes known that Jeremy is infect Branden the son of a Baron. The Brandon almost succeeds in having Brandon committed insane, so he can take his sons inheritance left b
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