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  • Ghost Mystery

    I am really enjoying this series by Anna Bradley. I don't read a lot of Historical Romances book but I am so glad that I have read this series so far. As these books are not like the normal historical romance. These are much more fun and entertaining to read. I like the added mystery. Each book focuses on a new relationship and a new mystery. It's fun to watch the Lords fall in love with each lady. It takes them by surprise how much they like the lady and how much they intrigue them. In this case the mystery was an easy on to solve but it was fun reading how they get to the answers in the end. It is also fun watching Cecilia and Gideon tap dance around their feelings for each other. I can't wait for the next book to come out. *I received this free book from NetGalley and am leaving my honest opinion*

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  • Book 2 in Swooning Virgin series

    This is book 2 of the Swooning Virgin Society series. Each can be read as a stand alone. This story is about Cecelia, one of the 4 girls in the society. She is sent to investigate Lord Darlington. To see if he really did murder his first wife. There was some good things about this book and some I didnt like. I thought the chemistry between Cecelia and Gideon was great. I felt the connection between them. I loved the relationship between Cecelia and Isabella as well. Cecelia had a way of dealing with the child. I loved that she sang her bawdy songs. What I didnt like was that the mystery of whether or not Gideon killed his wife or not dragged on too long. I had it figured our early in the book. All in all I would recommend it. 4 ⭐⭐⭐⭐

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  • Gothic romance at its best

    Cecilia goes undercover as a housemaid to learn the truth about Lord Darlington. After the death of his wife, the gossips began calling him Murderous Marquess. Unfortunately, he distrusts Cecilia from the beginning. But she's the only one in the household who can get through to his four-year-old niece. Despite their mutual suspicion of one another, Cecilia and Darlington can't deny the attraction between them. Can she discover what really happened to his wife before he learns Cecilia's secret and banishes her from the castle? The first book in this series was one of my favorites of 2020, and Book 2 does not disappoint. It's gothic romance at its best. Witty, inventive, and emotional, this passionate and intriguing story was a joy to read. I received and read an advance copy of this book. This is my voluntary and unsolicited review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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  • Very gothic-y

    Class divide amidst a gothic tale. I guess I wasn't prepared for how gothic-y this book was. On top of that, there was a lot going on. Gideon is a widower who supposedly murdered his wife, his new governess is Cecilia. Yet that's not all. Nope, Gideon is set to marry (not to Cecilia) and apparitions of his dead wife appear. I'm ambivalent. Truly, I wanted to be head over heels, but this may just be a personal taste not to be all in on the gothic vibe. 3,5

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  • GEORGIAN GOTHIC ROMANCE

    Cecillia Gilchrist has been assigned the job of finding proof that the Marquess of Darlington did or did not kill his wife. With only a few weeks left before he marries Miss Honeywell, she has no time to lose. With reference for a position as a maid at Darlington Castle, it might be a difficult undercover job, Cecillia has never worked as a maid. Before Cecillia steps off the coach, she hears Lord Darlington accused of killing his wife and hiding her body. Called the Murderous Marquess. Gideon bears the heavy weight of grief for the death of his brother, the death of his wife and the suspicions of everyone in Edenbridge. The White Lady, the supposed ghost of his dead wife, haunts the woods to reinforce the rumors, but Cecilia sees a different Marquees, a man who adores his niece. Passion steams between a maid and a Marquess with a killer on the loose. I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book.

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