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  • Fun Historical Romance

    The Footman And I is a fantastic historical romance by Valerie Bowman. Ms. Bowman has produced a well-written book. I love the characters and humor in this story. Frances has one goal while attending a house party, speak to as many lords as possible about voting against the Employment Bill. Lucas, Earl of Kendall, promised his brother he would see that the Employment Bill was passed. While waiting for Parliament to reconvene he's decided to go wife hunting while undercover as a footman...with a side wager with his friends on who can stay undiscovered the longest. Frances and Lucas's story is packed with drama, humor, spice and a bit of suspense. I enjoyed reading this book and look forward to reading more from Valerie Bowman soon. The Footman And I is book 1 of The Footmen's Club 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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  • Entertaining historical romance

    This was an entertaining, well-written historical romance. Miss Frances Wharton attends a country house party with her mother and is trying to avoid the suitor her mother wants her to choose. She finds a rapport with a handsome footman who she keeps encountering. The Earl of Kendall is avoiding fortune-hunting women and attends his friend's country house party disguised as a footman so he can see how the women behave when they don't know he's around. This book can be read as a standalone story, though it is the first in the Footmen's Club series. I enjoyed this book and look forward to reading more books in this series as well as others by this author.

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  • interesting read

    Wanting to be loved for himself and not his title turns into a bet among friends where they hide in plain sight as servants. I’m not the biggest fan of mistaken identity when it’s not an accident, but I did love the reason for this one. Not only was he getting to know her he was also learning about himself and how it is to be a servant. Frances and Lucas can talk about politics and it’s clear there is a spark between them. When the truth came out about who he is and how bad her family wants her to marry I was holding my breath wondering how things would turn out. I did love the grand reveal to everyone and the ending. Frances loves to discuss politics and she is determined to convince every lord not to vote for the upcoming employment bill and she won’t be held back by anyone. I wanted to love her, but her assuming what he was like and always needing to be right got on my nerves. I did love her reason for being against the bill though. Lucas is super caring and loving and always wants to do what’s right. His heart was broken because of titles and now he fears it will happen again. I loved him from the start because he had good intentions and wasn’t like most men with titles. Copy provided for an honest and voluntary review

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  • 4 Stars!!!!

    4 Stars!! This is the first book in the series and can be read as a standalone. This was a good book! I love the idea of these wealthy lords hiding in plain sight as servants! Frances was not really believable to me, especially for the era, but this author tends to make her female characters that way. It’s a bit slow going but I still really liked it! I really can’t wait to read the second book!! *I received this book at no charge from the publisher and I voluntarily left a review.*

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  • Great story

    Great story. I really like the characters. Secondary characters are also entertaining

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