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    His Saving Grace

    It is a boring story.
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    HIS SAVING GRACE

    I am so relieved to be able to read a book that has no ulterior motives such as; promotion of feminism (absent in 1815), pushing premarital and extramarital sex, promoting women with men's names, reducing men's roles from leader of the family to an oversized, over-muscled, rich, dandy who amazingly NEVER is able to protect the heroine and ends up only able to breathe heavily, shrug his shoulders, roll his eyes, shake his head, shiver, grin his teeth, and drink himself almost to oblivion, yet all the while never realizing it is his station in life to issue duties to his wife and family about him. I say hooray for you.
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    Worth reading

    Interesting characters and worth buying. ..
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    Saving his grace

    How can you not like this book. It has a misunderstood hero and heroine who by the way walk their own path. But one thing they both have is love yeah
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