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  • "Utterly, completely, entirely magical"

    The hero was a real piece of work at the beginning of “The Redemption of Philip Thane” by Lisa Berne, so there was no way I was putting the book down! Unable to get help from his closer relations, Thane went to a pillar of the Penhallow Dynasty, Mrs. Henrietta Penhallow, to ask for funds he probably was not going to pay back. Before he got to her estate, the town eccentric said he was right on time, pushed him towards her husband’s conveyance, and told her husband to bring him to his aunt. Aunt Henrietta knows of Thane’s libertine ways and would help him if he did an outstanding job representing the family by giving a speech at the Plough Day event in Whittlesey. With no other choice, Thane agreed. Along the way, a woman waved his aunt’s barouche down. With no other choice but to wait for the stagecoach to be repaired, she thanked Thane for the offer to ride to Whittlesey even after his perusal of her body. However, to Thane’s dismay, bluestocking Miss Margaret Allen went to retrieve her belongings which included an aunt and a new journalist friend. Thane was already not happy about going into bumpkin territory, but he needed to change and be loved for him to ultimately move forward. The hero was lewd and entitled in the beginning. I was so intrigued that I read as fast as I could to figure out why he was like that. Then, I realized that this was a Groundhog Day movie retelling! If you are a fan of the movie, you would read faster too because it’s bonkers. What wouldn’t you try if you know that the next day won’t come? The heroine obviously has a part in the hero’s character development, but it was his choices that brought him out of his loop. I do like that his character arc was rough, he had frustrating days between days he bettered himself. I like that the amount of days relived equated to how lost the hero was. If you like reading about a rake being redeemed and references to mythology, folklore, and Hamlet then this book is for you! Thank you to Net Galley, Avon, and Harper Voyager US for the ARC in exchange for a honest review.

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