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    Splendor is splendid!

    You can always rely on Shehanne Moore to create a heroine with grit, wit, determination and an unfailing ability to get herself into more scrapes than it would seem possible for one woman. Splendor Malachi is the epitome of this. Down on her luck, with most of the Starkadder Sisterhood either dead or on the run, she needs to rely on her wits. Use her feminine wiles? No, far more daring than that. Against all the rules, she dresses as a man and enters a men-only chess tournament. Well, the £10000 prize money is worth the risk she is taking and Splendor knows all about risks. This former skivvy is now thrust into the world of the third Earl of Stillmore - Kendall Winterborne - and he is hardly a knight in shining armour. With an ex wife, ex lover and estranged daughter, he is more than a little disturbed at being strangely drawn to the young man he knows as Nathan, with whom he fights a duel. Of course, when he realises 'he' is a 'she', the reason becomes clear. BUT, don't go thinking this story works out in classic romance style. This is a Shehanne Moore historical romance. Splendor simply cannot help getting into all sorts of trouble - with all manner of consequences - mostly at cost to herself. At times hilarious, Splendor's adventures and misadventures make for addictive reading. This is a gutsy, authentic, rollicking Georgian romp and I loved it.

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