From Library Journal
While Mother's Day anthologies have long been popular, here is a trilogy of short stories by three well-known Regency authors that focuses on dads-and just in time for Father's Day! A young bluestocking tutor accompanies a 12-year-old boy home for the early summer holidays and helps him reconcile with his widowed father in Ferguson's "The Best Father in the World"; four charming girls make sure that their guardian uncle weds the right woman in Valerie King's "A Father's Love"; and a dutiful military father returns from India just in time to rescue his daughter from his overbearing mother and in the process find love himself in Jeanne Savery's "A Father's Duty." For readers who enjoy their Regencies child-filled, heartwarming, and sprinkled with fun, the volume's unique focus on fathers adds interest.
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