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    Cannot finish this book

    What can I say about this book ? It's bad and I stop reading it after a few pages because I don't understand it at all.
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    Girl Powerade!

    This book is pure unadulterated fun. The characters are terrific, particularly the very feisty heroine, Isabelle. If you fancy a mixture of regency romance, fantasy, fairytales and feminism, this is the book for you.
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    Loved it

    Heartworming, funny, different. Wil definetly look for more. Thank you, W. R. Gingell.
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    Masque

    Very engaging, funny and well written. I thoroughly enjoyed it 👍
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    Agatha Christie + Jane Austen + Brothers Grimm

    If Agatha Christie and Jane Austen had a brain baby that was raised by fairies, it would be this book. Gingell manages to take the old fairytale we know and love while tossing in societal scandal, politics, magic, and a healthy dose of snarky humor. I laughed one moment, was on the edge of my seat the next, and was making serious *heart eyes* at my Kindle paragraphs later. The plot: This story mixes the intrigue of a murder-mystery thriller and the high society setting of a historical romance with the magic and sorcery of a fantasy novel. I absolutely loved it. This was a bit longer work than the novellas that initially got me to read Gingell's work, but it moves at a steady clip and I was never sure quite what to expect. The characters: It's nice to finally have a heroine in a "girly" society that likes the "girly" things while still taking names and running the show. Isabella is feminine with the graces of the most proficient socialite, but hardcore and kind-hearted. I low-key want to be her. I also loved that she didn't take it easy on Pecus...AT ALL. Their banter and constantly trying to outmaneuver each other made this story all the better. Lord Pecus is Mr. Darcy, Colonel Brandon, and Aragorn rolled into one. If WHEN you read it, you'll see what I mean. ALL THE HEART EYES TO THIS MAN, OKAY? Also, we have a story with a heroine who has actual friends! Female friends and more than one. They talk girl talk and political talk and actually matter to the storyline! It's revolutionary, people! I honestly have no idea what order these books are supposed to be read, but this one makes sense on its own. I'm preordering the upcoming one and have downloaded the others. I love how this author writes and 100% recommend pretty much anything she's written.
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