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Davenport House Prequel: Debutante Kindle Edition
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I do, however, have a small quibble with the author. She, as do many writers today, simply uses the word 'alright.' There is 'alright' and 'all right' and there is a difference in meaning. Look them up, people and use the correct one!
This prequel is charming and introduces us to most of the Davenport characters, including a couple of new ones; Abigail, a teenage lass, trying to hide the fact she is Irish (but it might be difficult to continue her character as I have all seven Davenport House books) and gives a little background for Mary's friend Nellie, mentioned in Book #1. There is mother/daughter friction, as well as husband/wife. Mary's brother is a do-nothing mama's boy, just as in Book #1. Some things never change.
Well, it's off to Book #2 (as soon as I find it in my crowded Kindle).
Was it so good that it made me want to read the series? Ehh. I wouldn’t mind reading the first book just to see, but I’m not dying to read it.
Still my curiosity is more than satisfied.