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Lord Sebastian's Secret (The Duke's Sons) Mass Market Paperback – January 3, 2017
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About the Author
Jane Ashford discovered Georgette Heyer in junior high school and was captivated by the glittering world and witty language of Regency England. That delight led her to study English literature and travel widely in Britain and Europe. Her historical and contemporary romances have been published in Sweden, Italy, England, Denmark, France, Russia, Latvia, and Spain as well as the United States. Her website is janeashford.com and her Facebook page is facebook.com/pages/Jane-Ashford/154028944714495?ref=hl
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as some, and Sebastian's secret is not scandalous enough to make this a five star read. The story provides some chuckles. I've known dogs like Dunstan. I found the most unlikeable character in the story to be Georgina's sister Hilda. She is bored with living in the country. She wants to speed up the marriage so that she can live with Georgina in London. She never gives the couple any peace. She is constantly spying on them, pesters Sebastian with questions about ton life, and almost wrecks their engagement with her lies. The governess Joanna Byngham has more power in this story than a mere governess would ever have had, and she almost wrecks the engagement too. I did not find as some other reviewers did that the book had too many characters. Each played their part to help move the story along. Lady Georgina and Lord Sebastian achieve their HEA at the story's conclusion.
I really liked the cover of this book. Lady Georgina and Lord Sebastian love, and are satisfied with each other. I feel that this cover, as most others do not, genuinely portrays the affection and tenderness that the characters feel for each other. It added to the enjoyment of the story.
Lord Sebastian Gresham is a solider, who dreads meeting his so to be in-laws.
Lady Georgina Stone is concerned that her eccentric family will scare Sebastian away.
The two must reveal their secrets before the wedding.
Ashford's detailed description of Sebastian's experience makes me suspect she knows someone who is Dyslexic very
intimately as she does a very good job at creating what every day life is like for someone with the Learning Disability.
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