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  • 3 Stars!!

    3 Stars!! This is the 5th book in ‘The muses’ salon’ series. This is also the first book I am reading in the series but I’d definitely recommend reading the previous books in the series first. This book is NOT a standalone! In the beginning, I was lost with what was happening & who everyone was. It felt like I started reading this book from somewhere in the middle. However, I am glad I finished reading the book and had I read the previous books, I would have liked this book more. *I received this book at no charge from the publisher and I voluntarily left a review.*

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  • Historical Fiction-2nd Chance Romance

    Brazen in Blue by Rachael Miles The Muses Salon #5 Second chances to get it right in love don’t come as often as we might like. Lady Emmeline Hartley is willing to try again and leave a man she admires, but does not love passionately, at the altar to pursue her true happiness while allowing Colin to do the same. What I liked: * Emmeline: a woman that overcame so much to become all that she did. Giving, kind, and true she does have injuries that impede her in some ways but don’t impinge on her ability to run her estate, provide for those that count on her and love truly and deeply. Her skill with voices is…interesting, too. * Adam: a great man but I did get tired of his woes about station and not being good enough for Em. Otherwise he was charming, able, a chameleon, etc. * Queen Bess & Persis: canines that added a great deal to the story * Jeffreys: I good friend and mentor to Emmeline * The sisters and cousins of Adam – I can see them starring in books of their own in perhaps a spin off series * That Colin & Lucy get their HEA * Wondering about Mr. James and Joe Pasten – wonder if more will come out about them in the future. * The concept of the stories revolving around The Muses Salon but also dealing with Agents of the Home Office * That the series is not over even though Emmeline and Adam have found their HEA. What I did not like: * Cousin Stella: spoiled rotten woman who was mean in the way spoiled stepsisters in fairy tales are. Would have loved to see her get her comeuppance and seen her reaction. * Charters & Flute: evil men that were identified but not dealt with finally * Having to wait for more books in the series. Did I enjoy this book? Yes Would I read more in this series? Yes Thank you to NetGalley and Kensington-Zebra for the ARC – This is my honest review. 4-5 Stars

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  • A Daring Adventure

    I read the Muses' Salon series so was content to continue the story of Lady Emmeline Hartley who left her long-time- promised fiancé standing at the altar on her wedding day. She knew Lord Colin Somerville loved Lucy, not her. (previous book). It seemed a fitting pay-back for all the males who had abandoned her when she needed their support. Her new adventures travelling with her true love, Adam, a spy, includes identifying a pernicious enemy of the throne. Even though her life and property are in danger, I did not understand why this was being kept a secret by Adam and his superiors, especially James (Benjamin) Sommerville, Colin`s brother. I liked how Lady Emmeline and her big dog, Queen Bess, accumulate faithful friends, especially the Muses' Salon. The fire at The African Daughter book store was shocking. I did not understand Adam's annoying persistence in proclaiming himself as unworthy of marriage. However , it is a most satisfactory read with a happy ending, of course.

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