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Saturday, October 15, 2016

Dorothy (Fairweather Sisters, book 3) by Anya Wylde

Dorothy (Fairweather Sisters, #3)Dorothy (Fairweather Sisters, book 3) 
by Anya Wylde

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Dorothy is yet another of the Fairweather sisters. She is in London enjoying another season thanks to her older sisters, Penelope and Celine. Penelope's story was book one and Celine was book two, now we get to follow up with yet another sister.

If you have read books one and/or two you already know that the Fairweather sisters have a few problems with adhering to societies rules and expectations, so you know that this sister is just the same and even moreso.

Dorothy thinks she has found the man she loves, and wants her sister's help in getting him to propose to her, only to have her best friend Kitty, who Dorothy thought was in love with her brother-in-law's next door estate neighbor and sworn enemy, elope with Dorothy's object of affection. Dorothy doesn't know that Kitty has eloped, and so she braves the enemies house to try to find her friend, only to find herself in a situation that necessitates marriage.

Dorothy is some much like Penelope and Celine, she's always rescuing orphans, but she is forthright and outspoken. Which tends to get her in trouble more often than not.

This is yet another wonderful book by the author, that delights and keeps you reading, while being funny and comical, there is still the romance that will have you tearing up at points. +Anya Wylde  is a master at weaving humor and romance, and making the stuffy regency era fun and delightful.

If you haven't read her yet, start with Penelope, then Seeking Philbert Woodbeard and continue with Dorothy. You won't regret it!

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