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This book has a good, unusual plot. It is however spoilt by the author presumably not investigating the Regency period. It is littered with modern Americanisms and simple errors such as an unmarried couple travelling together in a carriage without even a maid in attendance. If these errors were corrected it would be worth a full five stars.
A dress meant for an 'available' widow delivered to his ward instead! Lord Osterley is suddenly confronted with fact that Felicity, his ward, is no longer a child but a beautiful young woman. He immediately loses his head and it not through his efforts that scandal is averted. The only thing that I found disappointing was Felicity's reference to 'varmints', a totally American word that would not be used in England today let alone in the Regency period! Despite this, it is a very enjoyable book.
Absolutely enjoyed this book, the only negative to it was that it was a Novella. This story could have been a full out book, the plot, character development was great. Great read if you are looking for something quick and enjoyable