A True Lady

Thoughts  by Edith Layton, Untreed Books 2017 (orig 1995), 301 pages

Genre: Swashbuckling Romance
Type/Source: eBook / Kindle 
 Why I read this now: Oh, I was so ready for something FUN.

MOTIVATION for READING: Another book that came to me and I didn’t note where/how/whom rec’d.

WHAT’s it ABOUT: This is about a strong independent woman determined to live her life on her own terms despite her father’s fear and objections and meddling. She’s a pirate’s daughter; her mother was a proper English lady. And then, sadly, boys will be boys and girls can’t be as independent as they want (sigh)…

WHAT’s GOOD: All good fun!

What’s NOT so good: Only ‘baked pastry’ mentioned as a pie reference. Ha

FINAL THOUGHTS: This was my 1000th book entered as DONE-READ in goodreads. I know I’ve read more – didn’t have a good tracking system until I started blogging…

RATING: 

 

 

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2 thoughts on “A True Lady

  1. Oh, I definitely think you needed something fun and palate-cleansing! You have been on a reading tear, and most of the books you have read recently seem to be heavy topics. Time to lighten up for summer!!

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