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  • Absolute Best Way to Start the Series!!!

    Great start to the series with such a great character! Theo is smart, funny, witty, talented, and loving. It's so wonderful to see a strong female that dominates in a man's world. I would hold my breath every time Theo did until she stopped! Can't wait to read the rest of the series by these two great authors!!!

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  • Dare to be different.

    Positivity. Such a big word, with a simple meaning that means so much. I am drawn to strong heroines. So many times, women are looked at as in need of a rescuer but Ms. McKnight has spotlighted the opposite with her Lady Archer's Creed series. Strength of character breeds strong friendships, fearless women and great storytelling. I can go on all day about Theodora and her band of courageous compadres but the greatest message of all within the pages of this novel is: There is no one mold for a person to fit into. We are special for what we are and that inner light that sets our course not only makes us unique but beautiful.

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  • Not the greatest book

    Although I liked Theo’s character, the descriptions of the kids themselves, all the A names, and arguments were drawn out too much. Adeline is a childish brat and I couldn’t imagine anyone wanting to be friends with her. I skipped most of chapter 22 and what followed, as it was rambling.

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  • Theodora

    This is a sweet romance with an independent heroine and a hard headed hero. The hero is trying to keep his family of 8 siblings safe and protected during the season in London, while the heroine is trying to help her school and school friends and pursue her own interests. It’s a very enjoyable read and I look forward to reading the next book in this series.

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  • Entertaining

    Quite a good read, though feel the storyline could have been extended to enlarge the other young ladies characters

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