(Here is the review for "a regency- where the British guy doesn't die", as I promised in my last review. :))
This novel had everything a regency needs: humor, wit, damsels in distress, highwaymen, villains with dastardly schemes, dashing heroes ready to take on the world for said damsel in distress, an imperfect yet lovable heroine who wants to be accepted for who she is and not just her money, a duel, mystery, injustice and misunderstandings, a chatty maid, tears, reunions, plotting relatives >:), a party for everything to lead up to (naturally;)), and a memorable game of chess.
...with that said... there's really nothing else to say other than that it was incredible, fast paced, clean (the kiss at the end was a little unnecessarily long, in my opinion - but at least it was just one, and there weren't multiple spread all throughout the book. ;)), hilarious, and unforgettable! I'll be re-reading this before too long. :)
Thanks to my lovely #friend, for the recommendation, and for putting up with my regular updates and "fandom". ;)