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    An Enjoyable Read

    Daniel Merial is a physician from very humble beginnings in London to find patronage among the members of the aristocracy as he works on his invention. Through one of his patrons he meets Clare Westmore. Clare is the daughter of a viscount and on her second season, with her sights set on snaring a future duke. A foot injury has sidelined her and force her to seat out part of the season, putting a kink in her plans, but she gets to know Daniel as he makes house calls to attend to her. Ms. Mcquiston delves into issues of class distinction, family secrets and friendship in this Victorian era romance. Clare initially starts out as a fickle and self-absorbed airhead, only intent on a good match as is expected of her. In actuality she is very intelligent and well-read, traits that have been hidden underneath the simpering miss façade. Daniel is charming, intelligent, good humored and hardworking. Clare and Daniel are attracted to each other and develop a friendship, but are constrained by the disparity in their stations is life and society’s expectations. As secrets come to light and loyalties are tested, both Daniel and Clare embark on a journey of self-awareness and maturity and learn to live life on their own terms. The story is well-written with rich and vivid descriptions and a very interesting cast of secondary characters. With DIARY OF AN ACCIDENTAL WALLFLOWER, Ms Mcquiston has solidified her position as a rising star in the historical romance genre. *An Advance Reading Copy was provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review*
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    The Doctor and the Debutant

    Great characters. The story of a young woman discovering herself, love, and being true to oneself along the way.
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    The Accidental Wallflower

    Thoroughly enjoyed this book, with its humour, candid scenes, insights into the rules of etiquette of these times and a HEA to round it all off. The medical experiments and terminology of the era are also interesting and the people we meet in the way of the patients are believable. Recommended to all who enjoy historical romance.

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