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- Excellent Women by Barbara Pym – Meet Mildred, the spitfire spinster.
Lady Boss The mouthy one is back and she's chocked full of surprises; how will bad boy Shane Flanagan, Prince of the City handle the big reveal; how will he react when he learns exactly why Arianna Rossi has been hiding out in his town? Will the closeness they've only just found with each other be threatened by what's been kept in the dark and what is yet to come?
Beautiful Assassin Shane Flanagan Prince of the City and his young lover Arianna Rossi whom he just learnt is actually Princess of the Underworld syndicate of the country are back in this fast paced tale of mob wars, assassinations and take overs. By day the two butt heads because Shane wants her as far away from the violence that touched his life as possible while Arianna believes in protecting her loved ones by any means necessary; but at night when the guns and other weapons of choice were on the nightstand these two hot blooded lovers relieved their passions in each other's arms.
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Harry Potter. Popular Features. New Releases. Description This volume contains the first three books of The Spitfire Series The Mouth Shane Flanagan is Prince of the City and all around badass; that is until he comes up against Arianna Rossi the young spitfire with nothing but guts and determination on her side.
It was my first Pym. Which one would you recommend after Excellent Women? Quartet is a late one, perhaps best left till last…. Thanks for the link, Emma.
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Sorry for the late answer, I missed your comment. Like Liked by 1 person. And indeed, Go Mildred! One of my friends is a translator- it really is a fascinating job, much more creative than a lot of people think. I really enjoyed EW when I read it ladt year. I ended up buying a few more by her that were available in a secondhand bookshop. I think by the end of EW Mildred seems to be the only sane person. Sorry for my very late answer, I missed your comment, somehow. I also think that Mildred seems to be the only level-headed one.
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I liked that the ending is rather open, that Pym avoided the HEA pitfall. And of course, I loved the idea of the pastor falling stupidly in love with the female equivalent of a womanizer. I also recently read this book and really enjoyed it — Mildred feels like a surprisingly up-to-date heroine for a book that is so fixed in a particular time period.
She does something fantastic and unexpected with stereotypes. Thanks for the recommandation. That does sound good fun, and I like what you say about the comparisons with Austenesque and Bronteesque characters! Clearly a good Book Club pick.
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It is good fun. A bit higher up the tbr pile though after your review. Good to know that Glass of Blessings is good too. Thanks for the link, Emma, very kind. Sounds like a good read! While she made the tea I occupied myself by looking at her books, which were lying in stacks on the floor.
Many of them seemed to be of an obscure scientific nature, and there was a pile of journals with green covers which bore the rather stark and surprising title of Man. I wondered what they could be about. No such thing as a bad Pym novel.
My favourite in Quartet in Autumn which is completely different from the rest. Jane and Prudence and Crampton Hodnet have reappearing characters so you might want to read them in sequence. Thanks for the recommandations about the books and the sequence to read them. Much appreciated. You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google account.
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