A Radical Arrangement

23 Jul

As a re-release of a classic Jane Ashford novel, this is a “clean” Regency romance. The best part of the story is the character development of the young, sheltered bride to be, Margaret. Initially, not a likeable character – she has no independent thoughts, she is timid to the point of absurdity. She surprises herself by having the courage to run away rather than get married, and in doing so, she discovers herself. That process was fun to read. Overall, a decent book – not a great one, but a fun quick read by a good writer.

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