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    A delightful Regency romance

    By an accident of birth, the Duke of Colehaven and his sister Felicity find themselves transported from poverty to the upper echelons of society. The one thing that Felicity is certain of is that every day is a gift and even the smallest of pleasures is a privilege. She, in turn, would like to find ways to reach out to the children who are forced to work in foundries the way she did and to better their lives. Her wish-list for a husband is simple: one that is wealthy, with status and a willingness to allow her to start a charity. Felicity's early years have given her skills not known amongst the other women of society, and thus when her brother Cole is challenged to a curricle race, he teams Felicity up with Giles Langford, the famous blacksmith, and whip to ensure that he has the best possible chance of winning. With her sights set on an advantageous marriage, Felicity tries to ignore her burgeoning feelings for Giles, and it takes an extraordinary set of circumstances to make her rethink her goals. Despite his background, Giles in a charming hero with a generous heart. Felicity has determination and strength of character. Together they have a dynamic that many people would love to have in their relationship. The novel is well written and lighthearted, making me laugh out loud at times, and definitely left me smiling. I received a copy of this book as a gift and this is my honest and voluntary review.
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    Amazing

    This Rebel Reviews Lady Felicity Sutton is more comfortable working on carriages then she in fancy ballrooms but Felicity has made a promise to herself that she would marry a man who has money to help her start a foundation for homeless children. She and her brother were homeless for many years and she has vowed to save them all no matter if she has to marry a man who she doesn't love. But she knows she will have to give up her passion for carriages. So she agrees with her brother to let her help with one last race. In doing so she meets Giles Landford know as the Curricle King who is the greatest carriage racer of the age and plans to race in Felicity's brothers place. Giles and Felicity are told to work together to get her brother's carriage race worthy.  What happens is a attraction that both didn't see coming and is getting harder and harder to deny. Felicity is amazing. I love her character so much. She is so caring and intelligent and has an intersecting and unique hobby for the time. I love how much she cares for the poor and homeless children and wants to do everything to help them. Giles is her perfect match. He loves carriages and being a blacksmith as much as she does and wants her to always be herself. He loves her mind and wants her to just be her which most people don't because women shouldn't wear trousers and work on carriages. Their romance is so sweet and beautiful. I couldn't put this book down. I loved Erica's writing it pulled me in and her characters I just fell in love with them and I can't wait to read more books in this series and more books by Erica. I have found a new favorite author.  Rating: Warm(one sex scene and some kisses) Rating: 5 stars
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    A Wonderful Book!

    I was on pins & needles through parts of this book while reading it. It was great to see Felicity have her own story. And what a wonderful story, it was so much fun to read, I read it in one sitting! I loved the chemistry between Giles & Felicity, they are perfect for each other in so many ways. I’m loving this series by Erica Ridley & Darcy Burke! I was given an advanced reader’s copy and I’m offering my honest opinion on this book.
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    I loved every minute of it

    There’s probably nothing remotely historically accurate in the relationship between our hero and heroine, but that didn’t stop me from loving every minute of it. The chemistry between Giles and Felicity is explosive from the very first moment we see them together. It’s easy to see why this pairing should never work, and why they’re perfect for one another. In fact, they broke my heart a couple times through the course of this book when they kept refusing to see just how perfect they are for one another. I'm so glad they were able to finally able to get their heads (and hearts) on straight. I received a complimentary advanced copy of this book from the author.
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    A splendid addition to the Wicked Dukes series!

    Felicity and her brother had a hardscrabble childhood until he unexpectedly inherited a dukedom. Felicity never forgot her roots, nor did she ever give up the skills she'd acquired as a child. When Cole hires the famed coach smith, Giles Langford, to make sure his curricle is ready for an upcoming race, he insists that Giles work alongside his in-house mechanic, his sister Felicity. Meanwhile, Felicity is trying to find a titled husband who will offer her both the security she needs and the freedom to run a foundation to help children who are struggling the way she did years ago. Working with Giles, however, makes her realize that she misses some aspects of her simple childhood, before the expectations and rules of high society became the driving force in her life. The story beautifully demonstrates the dignity to be found in all classes of society, and presents a cast of characters who are true to their hearts, regardless of their social standing. It's definitely a unique spin on the usual Regency romance, written so superbly that it brings credit to all the characters in this fictional world. Felicity's spirited determination was expertly developed, and while Giles was a swoon-worthy hero in his own right, the story belongs to Felicity and she shines from start to finish. I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book.
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