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A Lady’s Guide to Fortune-Hunting: The Sunday Times #3 Bestseller - a swoonworthy regency romance. ‘Will fill the Bridgerton-shaped hole in your life’ Red

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I kept wanting to pick it up again, which is more than I can say for a lot of the books I read this year. The topics discussed in this book were survival, family relationships, romance, women’s role during the 1818ies, putting yourself outside your comfort zone and many more. She’s clearly going for something Austen-esque but her observational approach doesn’t quite have Austen’s warmth, intimacy, and insights. Infelizmente, o seu noivo, cancela o casamento e Kitty vê-se obrigada a ir para a temporada londrina à procura de marido. I won’t mince words here: this was a very, very bland book, not a single shred of personality to be found anywhere.

Kitty has never been one to back down from a challenge, so she leaves home and heads toward the most dangerous battleground in all of England: the London season. She's got just twelve weeks to find a rich husband and save her sisters - and she must use every ounce of cunning and ingenuity she possesses to climb London society if she is to succeed.

Some of these books I DNFd after a number of chapters (some books I didn't even include in this list because as soon as I started reading them I was just like "immediately no").

With no title, no parents, and no fortune, Kitty has to use all her cunning to push her way in the top echelons of London society. With her cunning ways and eagerness to make a mercenary match, it could have been quite easy to dislike her, however, that was never the case. Although Kitty did manage to get herself into a few London society mishaps that made 21st century me blush, I was definitely cheering for her all the way. twas a yawn fest……idk there was so much set-up with so little pay-off and so few moments of actual enjoyable interaction between the couple.After her parent’s death, Kitty was left with debts, four sisters to support and a goal to marry rich so that her sisters would have a place to live. Estaba pasando un momento de desconexión del mundo literario y este título me llamó la atención e hizo que me apeteciera ponerme a leer. A delightful romp through Regency London with a plucky young woman desperate to save her family from the debt collectors. This book is designed for the screen, I can already imagine the scenes, and I hope it will be made into a film one day.

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