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    Discovering Miss Dalrymple

    Somehow I missed this review book. It is finally finished. I like this series. It starts with a fairy. It keeps going through the families in the women. Georgie has it now. She is waiting to choose her choice and decides on how to find things. Alexander is now the Duke of Vickery. He reads his father's diary and finds out he is not his son. Georgie is helping him. Major Spoiler! There are so many people and places where they go to see who he chooses to be. There is a lot of action in this story. Georgie has wanted to marry him since she found her fiancee is dead in Scotland. Now they go on a hide and seek game. They travel to Cornwall and check out where Georgie shows them where to check. This is a short story to read, yet it seems longer. I enjoyed reading of their travels. I would like to go there. Check out this book Enjoy reading this story!
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    Very enjoyable story

    It's 1814 and Georgiana Dalrymple has received her gift, the gift of finding places, objects or people. But close friend of the family is suspicious of his birth, is he really Alexander St. Clare, 7th Duke of Vickery. What he finds out leads him and Georgiana on a trip of discovery. This next in the series is a very enjoyable story, likeable characters, well-written, and easy to read. It can certainly be read as a stand-alone story. Received an Advanced Reader Copy
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    I absolutely loved Vic's point of view!

    Oh my gosh!!! I am absolutely in love with this book! Alexander St. Clare, the Duke of Vickery has been in love with Georgiana Dalrymple for the last six years. Unfortunately, that was at the same time she was betrothed to his best friend. When Hubert went missing for so many years everyone’s life ceased to move forward until miraculously Georgiana had a dream that showed where Hubert was buried. It has now been over a year and Vic hungers to proclaim his feelings toward Georgie but uncertainty holds him back. Now that he’s got himself in hand and is ready to step forward, he is hit with a tumultuous dilemma. Turning to Georgie for help, he learns she has a special gift. Unbelievably, that gift has brought him the greatest pain and confusion of his life. Together, they set out on a journey to uncover what further secrets have been hidden and the truth behind Alexander St. Clare. First and foremost, I cannot say how much I absolutely loved Vic! His point of view is beautiful, strong, heartfelt, and so darn angsty I felt absolutely shattered by it at times. His character is made up of all the little imperfections that makes a person real. His struggles are true and his transformation from uncertainty to determined, confused to broken to shredded and then stronger than before was a beautiful thing to read. Georgiana was the perfect heroine to Vic’s hero. She was determined to give him the truth despite what the result might be. She trusted him and trusted their relationship enough to know that anything else would only tarnish what she hoped they would one day have together. Her ability to hold strong for Vic while his world crumbled around him made me love her all the more. The fact that she wouldn’t take “No” from him or allow him to turn away from what she was offering proved her strength. This author has the ability to shake me up, toss me out, scoop me up and bring me back together again all within a few well-chosen words. Her writing talent is extraordinary. I can’t describe it except to say I have never read another style like it. And I love it! Please, please, please check this one out if you like some angst with your historical romance as well as a broken hero that you just want to wrap your arms around. It’s a beautiful story! This is an honest review of an advanced copy provided by NetGalley, Emily Larkin and Red Adept Publishing Dual POV Safe No apparent triggers
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    Lovely addition to the series

    Do you ever find yourself reading a book and gradually realizing that you’re getting more and more frustrated, but you can’t figure out why? This happened to me while I was reading this book, but because I had recently experienced exactly the same thing a couple of days ago, I knew exactly what was happening. And it was even a similar situation.Because, while I love regency/Victorian romance, sometimes the ignorance of the time really bothers me. I want to reach into the book, take a character by the shoulders and shake some sense into them. Or, in this case him. You see, our hero, due to some truly horrific childhood trauma, is suffering from PTSD. More specifically, he’s afraid of the dark. Imagine, a grown man, afraid of the dark! He’s quite merciless in his self-judgement over this ‘weakness’, and I just want to hold him and explain that it’s perfectly understandable that he should have this left-over fear. Which tells me that Ms Larkin did an excellent job of trapping me in her web. She wrote a story that made me care enough about her characters that I was frustrated at not being able to interact with them. So, yes, I liked this book a lot. It fit in well with the rest of the series, and I’m looking forward to what comes next.
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