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  • Wonderful Story!

    Rayne Stevens has proven herself – to her father and to Society. She is a fine doctor and has taken over her father’s practice. Everyone knows Lord Sterling is a reprobate of the highest order. However, when he is dumped, battered and bruised, on the steps of her clinic, Rayne feels duty-bound to take care of him. As Edwin recovers and they spend time together, they become friends, and maybe more. Can it be that, in Rayne, Edwin has found a reason to change? I really like Edwin and Rayne, how they worked together, and how their relationship grew. We learn why and how Rayne became a doctor (at a time when it was unheard of for a woman to do so), and what tragedy in Edwin’s life caused him to turn from normal Society rake to absolute rotter. The other Merry Misfits and their husbands are here, of course. The story is very busy and interesting. The characters are faced with a long-forgotten fiancé, a rail tragedy, suspicious friends, and an angry father. There is also the delivery of twins and a rather satisfying comeuppance for an old foe. Yeah, busy. I have read and enjoyed all the stories in this series. This is my favorite. I happily recommend them all. I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book.

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  • Great Read

    We revisit with our friends and a couple of enemies from our lady books. Dr. Rayne Stevens has impressed us in the early books but I loved getting to know her story. Edwin Sterling learns to live again and forgive himself. This is a book about love, caring, and forgiveness. Finding a new way in life.

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  • Fantastic Historical Romance

    The Doctor And The Libertine is an amazing historical romance by Callie Hutton. Ms. Hutton has given readers a well-written book. I adore the characters in this book. Rayne has taken over her father's medical practice. Edwin lands on Rayne's doorstep unconscious and broken after drunken shenanigans on horseback. Rayne and Edwin's story is loaded with drama, humor and a little suspense. This is a clean read, appropriate for any age. The Doctor And The Libertine is book 5 of The Merry Misfits of Bath Series but can be read as a standalone. This is a complete book, not a cliff-hanger. I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book that I received from Bookfunnel. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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  • A heroine any woman would be proud of.

    The Doctor and the Libertine takes the emotional route to the heart. Hutton delivers a heartaching journey of courage that goes behind romance to find it's inspiration. Rayne is a heroine that any woman would be proud of. She battles her way through bias and disappointment to claim her dream.

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