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    The Lawrence Browne affair

    Really enjoyed it. Interesting historical details and enjoyable characters.looking forward to reading more from this author.
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    Enjoyable

    I enjoyed this one but I liked the plot of the previous book a little bit more. Maybe it’s because Jack Turner was trying to live a more honest life while Georgie is perfectly happy to keep on swindling people and even plans to do the same to Lawrence before he begins to develop feelings for him. I liked the plot of this book and it was interesting to see Lawrence work on his machines and balance — or fail at balancing — his anxiety and isolation. Georgie starts out not really caring about Lawrence to actually being interested in his experiments and caring about his health. I liked reading how Georgie worked to reorganize Lawrence’s office and papers, bring the house back to life, and protect him from the possible con of working with Standish. Sebastian does a good job of showing the caring heart Georgie has under his con artist ways. Lawrence is a bit of a bear but he has a lot on his plate and also fully believes he suffers from the same madness as his brother and father so he just wants to be left alone. I liked watching him come out of his shell around Georgie and though he isn’t magically cured (which he shouldn’t be) he truly tries to make an effort where it counts with Georgie and with his son. Plus I loved the final scenes where Lawrence really goes out of his comfort zone to help Georgie. I did feel that Lawrence was very quickly forgiving when he finds out about Georgie, maybe a little too easily, but it wasn’t out of left field. After all he already suspected something was a bit off with his secretary so it wasn’t a full blindside.
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    Smexy

    5 very interesting stars, I really loved the chemistry between Georgie and Lawrence, the secondary characters too weren't all that bad either.
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