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The way Meg Cabot writes in this book is slightly easier than the other books of hers but, to be honest, i think all ages would enjoy it! My favourite character has to be Captain Jacob Carstairs. In other books i normally like the bad guys as they're exciting and more interesting, but in this book, i loved the hero - Captain Carstairs. I love his sarcastic comments and the way he and Victoria could be having an argument one minute and the next, he has her swooning from his kissing! Both the characters, Lady Victoria and Jacob Carstairs, have so much chemistry between them. It gives the book a certain maturity and clearly displays the daily problems of maidens in the 1800's in a fun and entertaining way! ;D The other character i like is Rebecca Gardiner. She is basically what i would be like if i were to live in the 1800's. I think she has a great way of attracting attention. The way she and Victoria grow closer even though they spent time apart is memorable. I also love the fact that she is such a girly-girl! She crys at silly things, just like me!
The characters are great, the plot is fantastic and overall, a fun and laughable read!
Meg Cabot has many loose similarities to the classic Jane Austen book, 'Pride and Prejudice' such as the sly Lord who seems like Mr Wickham and the captain like Mr Darcy. Also the Aunt and Uncle of whom she stays with are called the Gardiners although the fact that she is worth a great deal shows the many differences.
Older female readers about 14plus may find it a bit too easy of a read but age 13 downwards I think would enjoy this book as its plot follows many romantic genre conventions.
Meg Cabots flair and style would make any girl enjoy this book but with the humourous storylines and attractive characters, this book will be left in the girls imagination for a long time to come!
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