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A True Gentleman (Regency Love #2) by M.A. Nichols
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it was amazing

I opened this book looking for a fluffy regency romance... and came away with the resolve to be a better person. Wow! Well written, inspiring, and so true to life that I was blown away.

The older I get, the more marriages I see fall apart. I have seen real-life Joshuas in action. And the kicker is that they aren't villains. Not really. Selfish, yes. Martyr complexes? Certainly. But the potential to change is there if only they could muster up the will and hard work necessary to make it happen. Like the Captain.

And then we have Tabby. I aspire to be Tabby. That woman holds to her commitments even when others fudge on theirs. She engineers her own happiness in the face of harrowing circumstances. The girl refuses to sink into bitterness and despair. RESPECT!
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Reading Progress

November 29, 2018 – Started Reading
November 29, 2018 – Shelved
November 30, 2018 – Finished Reading

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