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    Different From Your Average Regency

    In The Lady’s Legacy by Deb Marlowe, Francis Hadley is on a mission. In order to help the woman who had given her so much, Francis was determined to track down her long-lost son. Hestia Wright had taken a street urchin and turned her into a young lady. Francis owed Hestia so much, and she was determined to pay her back. Keeping the existence of her son secret from the Marquis of Marstoke had been necessary to protect him. But now that the Marquis knew of his existence, there is no need to keep the secret anymore. Not even Hestia knew the location of her son, so Francis was determined to pay her back with that knowledge. But Rhys Caradec did not want to be found. An artist of some talent though he couldn’t remain hidden forever. When Francis discovers one of his paintings hanging in the British Museum, she finally has a lead on his whereabouts. Dressed as her urchin boy alter ego “Flightly“ Francis sets off for Edinburgh. Literally running into him, she makes quite an impression. And that is where the story begins. Different From Your Average Regency This is somewhat different from your average Regency. Usually the young woman in question is of the gentry, and of course the man normally has a title. It was interesting to read about quite different characters this time. The story itself is exciting, interesting, and quickly draws you in. Although this is the third book in the Half Moon series, this is the first book I’ve read from this author. I look forward to getting more books in the series. Reviewed for LnkToMi iRead in response to a complimentary copy of the book provided by the publisher in hopes of an honest review.
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    Not the usual characters.

    I really enjoyed this story because it isn't the usual kind of characters. Francis is so different. She can adapt to any kind of crowd. She can be a boy or a girl. Hestia helped Francis when she really needed it and Francis wanted to repay Hestia in some way. So, she sets out to find Hestia's son that Hestia had to give up when he was a child. Rhys is that child and he doesn't want to be found by his mother or the man who fathered him. His father is a really reprehensible person and loves manipulating everyone. Rhys wants no part of that and he thinks his mother abandoned him for selfish reasons, so he wants nothing to do with her either. Francis sets out to get him to reunite with his mother, but finds he is much more stubborn, where his parents are concerned, than she thought. How can she convince him to see his mother and how can he convince her that he just wants to be free of all the drama of his parents?

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