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    Tessa Dare always writes super fun feminist romances. Yes indeed, they are not especially historically accurate -- who cares? This is supposed to be fun and enjoyable! Tessa plays with the basic romance tropes: virile dukes, etc etc, but does it in a much more realistic (in characterization and so forth) kind of way. You can believe that they'd fall in love, and root for it. Plus, Dare can write some pretty funny scenes.
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    Beauty & the black smith

    Nothing new in the story has been done 100 times, hardly any events nor romance in it I would say it is the worst Tessa has written. I have read her other spindle & there is no comparison
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    Enjoyable read

    I like Tessa Dare's books but often find they feel a bit like they're being forced into novel length. This novella is one of the strongest works I've read by her. The obstacles feel realistic rather than forced and the characters feel three dimensional. Dare's stuff tends to be quite light with some silly/screwball elements to them, and this was no different in that what begins as quite an ominous threat ends with screwball hilarity. It worked better for me in this context than it has in the previous novels in this series.
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    Nice fill in

    That takes care of one more Lady with further proof that it doesn't always have to be a Lord who wins the girl.
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    Cute!!!

    Short but sweet!!!
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