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Where's My Hero? (Avon Historical Romance) Mass Market Paperback – 26 Nov 2003
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About the Author
New York Times bestselling author Lisa Kleypas graduated from Wellesley College with a political science degree. She's a RITA award-winning author of both historical romance and contemporary women's fiction. She lives in Washington State with her husband Gregory and their two children.
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I have not read the novel where these characters appear before. But I was most certainly drawn to Dr Jack Lindsey and, if I had come across him before, I would most certainly have wanted to know what happened to him! This is a charming novella detailing the attraction between Jack and Lydia Craven – an interestingly different and intelligent heroine - and I enjoyed it. 4 stars.
Midsummer’s Knight By Kinley MacGregor
This is a novella set in the Middle Ages – which is not an era I am particularly drawn to. However, I read on and found myself liking Simon and Kenna and the ‘peep through the keyhole’ into their world. Maybe it would have even more meaning if you had read other books relating to this time and these people, but I did enjoy it without that prior knowledge. 4 stars
A Tale of Two Sisters By Julia Quinn
Ms Quinn has already written books about Ned’s sister, Belle, and his American cousin, Emma. Now we are given an update on what happened to him. A bit of a rake over the past few years, he has now felt that he should settle down. On his father’s advice, he betrothed himself to a pleasant young lady, whose dowry was a piece of land next to his estate. This was purely a marriage of convenience – he didn’t know Lydia Thornton, but felt she would be an unexceptional wife that he would grow to like and respect. He hadn’t seen much of her during their six month long engagement, but now it was only three days to the wedding, and he was having second thoughts – not helped by his sister telling him that he was making a big mistake as he didn’t love her. Enter Lydia’s younger sister, Charlotte, who had tripped on a mole hole and sprained her ankle. Ned (also known as Lord Burwick) happened across her – helped her – and attraction flared. The tale is told in Miss Quinn’s easy style, and with humour always just under the surface. 4 stars.
However, ignoring that, the story is lovely albeit too short.
I bought the book for Jake Linley's story, but the other two stories were also enjoyable. I own several Julia Quinn books, but I have always found the style to be far too modern in tone, however, the characters and interaction are fun.
Despite what other reviewers have said, the Kinley McGregor story is very sweet and truly romantic, and also enjoyable.
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