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Rarely does one find a book that has been published in this day and age with that Regency feel which one longs for. I found it in Jude Morgan, and I believe I have found it in Elizabeth Hanbury.
The author has successfully woven a wonderful story around characters who seem so real. One immediately feels sympathetic towards them because of the difficulties they experienced in their past. My weakness is a large family with many brothers, and Hal, the hero, comes from such a family, which endeared him to me. He had all the characteristics one desires in a dashing hero, while Isabella is the vulnerable heroine but with a great strength of character.
It was a pleasant read… Read more