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Carousel of Hearts An enjoyable romp through Regency England Delightfully silly And engaging No debauchery hahahaha BUT CLOSE I SEE YOU TONI The carousel was surprisingly very effective It felt like A Midsummer Night s Dream a foursome chasing each other in the wrong direction I say surprisingly effective because I changed my mind multiple times as to who should end up together but the ending was satisfying I remember reading it on my commute to work, on the bus, totally getting motion sickness, to An enjoyable romp through Regency England Delightfully silly And engaging No debauchery hahahaha BUT CLOSE I SEE YOU TONI The carousel was surprisingly very effective It felt like A Midsummer Night s Dream a foursome chasing each other in the wrong direction I say surprisingly effective because I changed my mind multiple times as to who should end up together but the ending was satisfying I remember reading it on my commute to work, on the bus, totally getting motion sickness, totally not caring at all 3 and a half stars Baroness Antonia Thornton is a beautiful woman who has a fortune of her own and no patience with fortune hunters Judith Winslow is a widow working as a paid companion to Antonia At first Antonia was reluctant to take on Judith but after a while good sense prevailed and the two of them get on very well.Adam Yorke returns to England from a long time away in India making his fortune, with him he brings his good friend Simon, Lord Launcheston, who is dashing and handsome Both women are attracted Baroness Antonia Thornton is a beautiful woman who has a fortune of her own and no patience with fortune hunters Judith Winslow is a widow working as a paid companion to Antonia At first Antonia was reluctant to take on Judith but after a while good sense prevailed and the two of them get on very well.Adam Yorke returns to England from a long time away in India making his fortune, with him he brings his good friend Simon, Lord Launcheston, who is dashing and handsome Both women are attracted to both men but who will win the women and will they get a happy ending.It s a romance, the story is pretty predictable but the ride was fun Library Kindle e book 3.5 stars After reading The Bargain by the same author I enjoyed seeing her note at the end mentioning characters who d been recycled from other works One of them was the good doctor Ian and so I picked this up The library only had Large Print available.We are treated not to a romantic triangle but a romantic square It gets a bit tedious but there are a few swoon worthy scenes toward the end that redeem it from being just okay. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Not one of my favorites by Mary Jo Putney I had a really hard time getting invested in either couple s relationship since it wasn t clear until about two thirds of the way through the book who was going to end up with whom Also, I found it really hard to like either of the female leads Antonia came across as very selfish and immature even though she was supposed to be 26, and Judith was far too self sacrificing I really wanted to see her stand up for herself and stop being such a doormat A delightful romance Likable characters and a plot that could have come from a Shakespere romantic comedy showing the different types of love selfish or selfless, enduring or infatuation and the four people who grown and learn the differences.No erotic content The characters, plot and other emotions besides lust are stong enough to engage the reader until the end. Antonia and Judith were the best of friends, until dashing Adam Yorke and handsome Lord Simon Launceston divided the two young women Never had romance reveled in such dizzying turnabouts as Cupid emptied his quiver at hearts that would not stay still ➷ [Reading] ➹ Gender in Psychoanalytic Space By Muriel Dimen ➬ – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk until dashing Adam Yorke and handsome Lord Simon Launceston divided the two young women Never had romance reveled in such dizzying turnabouts as Cupid emptied his quiver at hearts that would not stay still I am delighted that so many of these older titles are now available as ebooks It had been a long, long time since I read this one, but it was a fun read It s not as good as the books that came later, but it does make it easy to understand why Mary Jo Putney has been consistently on my autobuy list for lo these many years. I don t know if it s because I read Carousel of Hearts while I had the flu, but I kept thinking that Judith and Antonia would rather become lifelong companions to each other if you know what I mean I lost interest in the story, which may have also been due to the flu s influence, and didn t finish reading it.


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