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  • Mystery, Drama, Romance

    While she might be an aging, religious, sheltered spinster, after a few mishaps, Hattie is coming into her own. She really steals the show because she is not the typical heroine character. I love that Edward thought she was a hoot and couldn’t stop thinking of her. Edward is a rogue but deep down he’s really a caring, considerate man who is grieving, and feeling a bit guilty of his brother’s death. A forced marriage really benefits these two who are the definition of opposites attract. Archie the parrot is unexpected delight. There were a few inconsistencies that threw me off a little, so if you’re a stickler for no errors and perfectly written historical novels, you may find fault with this one. I did enjoy it and thought it was a fun read.

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  • Archie saves the day!

    I enjoyed the meeting of Edward Hunter and Hattie Longbottom. Her outrageous pet parrot "Archie" was very amusing. That Edward and Hattie should meet again at her brother's house party in the country was incongruous with the reason for Edward and his friend's mission to solve the mystery of his brother's murder. Hattie's kind but negligent brother was overshadowed by her mean sister-in-law and her nasty brother. The relationship with Edward and his friend was a bit confusing. Was he a true friend or was he also involved in the murder? Archie should be in more books.

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