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    A Second Chance for Love

    A Second Chance at Love is what I call this one. I loved that they both saw the wisdom of not wondering "what if" about each other. Celia was almost flighty in the beginning and had turned into a more mature woman by the end, even if she was only 22/23 (I forgot which). Watching these 2 figure out their feelings and how they developed along the was was a joy and I do hope we hear a bit more about Rosalind! The twist at the end was the final touch. Loved the book! Thank you NetGalley for the ARC
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    A different romance

    ed an eARC in exchange for an honest review. This book was a bit different than most historical romances, in my opinion. I really liked that. Anthony is the typical rogue/rake with a heart of gold for the heroine. He's there for her, he makes her laugh - he helps her become more like herself before she was married, when she was happier and more relaxed. Her mother , on the other hand, only sees him as a bad influence. Celia is a woman who, although strong, was a hurt by life - her husband who pretty much left her alone with her father-in-law, the father-in-law who depended on them too much , the children she wanted but didn't have... and sadly she became a shell of her younger self. Anthony helps her and he doesn't push her, which I liked. She evolves at her own pace. I really enjoyed seeing their relationship rekindle and grow, and I became quite envolved with these characters. Definitely another win for me with Caroline Linden.
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    ...an enchanting romance.

    Meant to be together but destined to be kept apart, Celia and Anthony have to decide if the love they want is worth the fight it will be. In a world where reputation is everything and feelings mean nothing, which will this star crossed duo chose? A Rake's Guide to Seduction blends playful with sensual and delivers heartbreaking. Ms. Linden has created a romance set in the past but with problems that exist in the modern world. Topics like sexism and issues of social class work their way into the tapestry of colorful characters that make up an enchanting romance.
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