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    Unique characters

    The Duke's Brother by Heather B. Moore (4 stars) A unique young lady who is a scientist at heart and a Duke's younger brother who just wants to have a farm. I like that Ms. Moore included the fact that the gentry back in the Regency and Victorian eras were fascinated with the natural sciences. This included many women who assisted their husbands in their research. And a few, like our heroine, who led the research themselves. I've actually just about spent more time talking about the science in the book than the book does...but it's a unique touch. Moving on: it's a sweet Regency romance and quite delightful. Our heroine is an outdoorsy type and isn't coquettish. Our hero is an interesting character with many facets that aren't always easy to put into a mold. It holds your interest and is a light, fun novella for a quick read. As per usual with Ms. Moore, it's well-edited and no modern words will kick you out if the Regency into the modern day.
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    sweet and funny romance

    As the brother of a duke, Gregory Clark has certain responsibilities and expectations, many of which he dreads. His brother's wife's sister, Mabel Russell, is a woman who cares more for science than for social niceties, and when she reluctantly agrees to visit her sister in London, she knows she'll stand out, and not in good ways. However, Gregory finds that this eccentric woman might be the very woman for him, if only he can convince her he's not just like the other snooty members of the ton. This novella made me laugh out loud. I loved how Mabel just blurted things out--and I loved how Gregory appreciated that about her instead of being embarrassed or put off by it. They were both such charming characters and it was easy to love them and want to read their story. I received a free copy from the publisher. All opinions are my own.

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