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    The Wicked Redhead picks up right where The Wicked City left off. I believe you could read The Wicked Redhead without reading The Wicked City but I can see how the book would be more enjoyable if you knew the history of the characters and the reasons on why they were doing what they were. Although, Beatriz Williams does do a good job of filling in the holes as she tells the story. I enjoyed catching up with characters that I already was familiar with. I got caught up quickly on what had happened in their lives and was excited to see where they were heading. I LOVE Ginger. She has a quick wit and a strong will that women of 1924 were not always able to let out. She stood her ground, thought through most of her decisions, and helped Oliver when it was needed. Ella was also a great example of a strong and willful woman. She didn’t let her cheating husband walk all over her, she made decisions for the good of her, and let her heart open for a healthier relationship. Beatriz Williams is very talented in her writing. She takes two eras, has two stories, and then ties them together perfectly. The characters are enchanting and realistic, the settings are true to the time and marvelous, and the stories are so captivating that the reader can’t help but be pulled right in. She is a must-read author for anyone who loves historical fiction.

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