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Elaine Long is trapped in the body of the heroine in a warped cyber version of an historical romance.
Something is wrong, with the characters talking and acting outside the script.
Her coachman is exactly like one of the author’s Golden and Reckless hero types.
Worse, the disgraced earl turned highwayman anti-hero - by contrast one of the author's Dark, Mean and Moody hero ty
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Published September 17th 2020
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Sherrie Cronin
This a funny book. It’s funny in the sense of making you laugh out loud and it’s funny in the sense of being strange and hard to describe. I’ll start with the first.

Georgian romance novels are ripe for satire and author Lucinda Elliot does a fine job taking aim at all the easy targets like handsome heroes with perfect teeth and some of the more difficult ones like chaperones, forced seduction, and social inequities. She tells her story through the eyes of Elaine, a modern, slightly futuristic wo
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Sep 28, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Have you ever wanted to escape your mundane life by falling into a thrilling romance story? Elaine did, and it was nothing like she expected.
This is an absolutely hilarious send-up of the bodice-ripper genre and its infamous tropes. Elaine is a heroine that real women can relate to.
Despite poking fun at a genre that receives a fair bit of criticism for being out of touch with reality, the story does not devolve into mean-spirited sneering. Authors and fans of the romance genre will enjoy it as
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Jenna Rideout
Oct 11, 2020 rated it really liked it
I received a complimentary review copy of Georgian Romance Revolt from the author, Lucinda Elliot, via Goddess Fish Promotions in exchange for an honest review as part of my participation in a blog tour for this title. Thank you to both Lucinda Elliot and Goddess Fish Promotions for the opportunity. This has not influenced my review in any way; my thoughts are my own and my review is honest.

Georgian Romance Revolt is the story of a simulated reality experience gone wrong. Much like the holonove
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M.T. DeSantis
I received this book for an honest review. All opinions expressed are my own. Follow the Goddess Fish book tour here.

I enjoy a good satire. This one definitely had some fantastic elements. Poking fun at bodice rippers is often a good time, and it was interesting to see the criticisms about bodice rippers put into a fictional setting.
That said, I didn’t get into this as much as I hoped to or thought I would. It may be that I haven’t read enough historical romance to get much of the humor. It may
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Lucinda Elliot is a five times winner of the B.R.A.G medallion for outstanding fiction, for 'That Scoundrel Emile Dubois' 'Ravensdale, 'their sequel 'Where Worlds Meet' , another historical gothic spoof called, 'The Villainous Viscount Or the Curse of the Venns' and for her historical novel about the Peterloo Massare, 'The Peterloo Affair'.
She loves writing Gothic style stories, which isn't surpr
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