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  • Quick read

    The Story of a Baron by Linda Rae Sande is a fairly short read. This historical romance would be perfect for those with limited time for reading. The Story of a Baron is well written with lovable characters. Ms Sande has delivered drama, humor and sexy bits in Jeffrey and Evangeline's story. I enjoyed this book and would be happy to read more from Linda Rae Sande in the future. The Story of a Baron is book 1 in the Sisters Of The Aristocracy series but can be read as a standalone. This is a complete book, not a cliff-hanger.

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  • A book within a book

    A story within a story, this lighthearted Regency romance has a well thought out plot and is very entertaining. I personally found the number of characters confusing and considering so many names in the parallel stories were close in nature, I had a problem at times differentiating between them. The romance between Jeffrey Althorpe and Evangeline Tennison built slowly and the ancillary characters in this book played an important role in the storyline. Although humourous, the book nevertheless has depth and the stories of the two barons both portray the mores of the era. It leaves one feeling grateful for the hard-won rights and privileges we enjoy today. There are some steamy passages in this book but they do have their place. Although this book is part of a series and some of the characters overlap, it is nevertheless a standalone and comes to a happy and satisfying conclusion. I purchased and read this book some years ago, but also received a review copy from eBook Discovery. I voluntarily post this review. This is my honest review.

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  • The tale of two barons

    Very creative! I enjoyed it. I liked that Eva was smart and different.

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