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If you don't wish to start a course of antidepressants leave these alone
on 5 September 2016
What a sad story miscarriage horrendous still birth lonely pregnancy and delivery of twins happy birth of new baby followed by his death at eight months only to dig him up poor might to collect a lock of his hair. After reading the prequel and this I don't quite know if I will have the courage to read the sequal. After each chapter I felt I would like a lie down in a dark room with a vinegar plaster on my head as I felt a tension headache coming on. I do like a jolly regency romp and this most certainly isn't it. However these were not cheap buys, so having bought them and being a miser I will probably get around to finishing all three. I have given three stars as the use of language is reasonably good with very little Americanisms. I have read so many P&P sequals I can now even read gotten without squirming.