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    Love's Second Chance

    I have read all the books in this series so far and this is a review of the series, so far. The best thing about the series is the women characters, their courage in the face of a society which devalues women, and in their personal relationships with both men and women. Ahough these books are set at the end of the Napoleonic Wars, among the upper crust of (mostly) England, many of the difficulties the heroines deal with are surprisingly contemporary. They may be romantic stories, but neither the society nor its sharp divisions are romanticized If I were to complain about one thing, it would be the proofreading. It may seem like a minor thing, but it is quite annoying, especially when reading something that is otherwise well-written. The grammar and spelling nazi has spoken, and will now shut up. Enjoy these books!
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    The Viscount's Shrewd Wife. #6

    Having read the whole series so far I found all of the stories full of history, mystery, excitement and romance. I thoroughly enjoyed all of the series but this one especially. I found I stopped breathing a few times when the dual scene was happening, then relaxing at the end. One small comment ... things are not edged into faces but etched. It's the teacher in me ....thank you Bree.... Excellent reads.

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