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    Fun, fast, and fantastical

    The Lady's Guide to Petticoats and Piracy by Mackenzi Lee is book two in her Montague Siblings series. Continuing a year after the events from book one, The Gentleman's Guide to Vice and Virtue, Ms. Lee brings us a new adventure featuring Felicity Montague, the sister of Monty Montague. When Felcity's desire to enroll into medical school is stopped by the administrators because she is a woman, Felicity hatches a plan to try to land a position under a doctor she idolizes, Doctor Alexander Platt. However, he's currently in Germany to be married to her estranged childhood friend, Johanna Hoffman. So, in order to fulfill her dreams of becoming a doctor, Felicity sets off on a grand adventure where she meets a mysterious young woman, Simmaa Aldajah from Algiers, who is willing to pay Felicity's way to Germany in exchange for information from the Hoffman's. However, once Sim's real intentions are revealed, Felicity finds herself on another path than she originally intended. Mackenzi Lee's novel is fun, fast-paced, and stars a strong group of women. Felicity, Sim, and Johanna really drive the novel. Each character individually is a star in their own right but combined they do not outshine each other, and instead burn brighter and stronger. I particularly enjoyed their scenes together and how they join synergistically, support each other, and overcome their obstacles to get to the end. The ending of the novel is perfect. It was satisfying, though I personally want more of their adventures. Overall I very much liked The Lady's Guide to Petticoats and Piracy by Mackenzi Lee and wholeheartedly recommend it for more reasons than I can count. (I voluntarily reviewed an advance review copy of this book I received for free from the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for my open and honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.)
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