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A Lady’s Guide to Fortune-Hunting: The Sunday Times #3 Bestseller - a swoonworthy regency romance. ‘Will fill the Bridgerton-shaped hole in your life’ Red

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Let me start this by saying; I love a women who put morals to the side for the sake of there family, there is just something about a person willing to go to the ends of the earth for there family that I love. In fact, she is just on the verge of sealing the deal with her fiance of two years, but he has other plans. The journey to get there is entertaining and I was sad to finish the book and say goodbye to the characters. The odds are stacked against Kitty from the start, bankrupt, an outsider and hiding a family secret.

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For me it ended a little abruptly, probably because I didn’t want it to end, I would of love a short epilogue just to have a glimpse into Kitty and ? Although we know she is essentially a fortune hunter, we know tight from the start she is decent and doing what many other women had to do because of their circumstances and position in society. Kitty was a likeable and incredibly intriguing protagonist-she’s smart, pragmatic and rather mercenary in her goal to catch herself a wealthy husband which I found refreshing among the dozens of Regency romances that’ve cropped up in the wake of Bridgerton’s success. A lifelong bookworm, she aims to provide readers with literary inspiration in the form of book reviews, reading lists and more.The growth of James and Kitty’s relationship feels entirely realistic, entirely natural, and there’s no third act break up. I have to admit to start with it felt very much like reading Julia Quinns first book in the Bridgerton series, but has you read further and came involved with Kitty and her escapades around London it became a fun book in its own right. As you read, you feel as though you're meeting a new friend and getting to know them with each turning page.

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I don't read too many historical romances, but the blurb made the book sound amusing and I was not disappointed with this well written, fun read, which is packed with feisty banter and amusing scheming.A couple of weeks ago I had The Terrible Cold That Isn't Covid and found it hard to concentrate or settle on what I wanted to read and it was in this unpromising frame of mind that I started A Lady's Guide to Fortune Hunting.

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