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Join us to celebrate the launch of Christy English's newest historical romance, How to Seduce a Scot. Space is limited!
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And here's a review: LOVE THIS BOOK! In How to Seduce a Scot, the author excellently weaves in accurate historical details that really set us in 1820s London. She expertly shows the tensions between the Scottish and the English, and alludes to why these tensions exist, without feeling like we are getting a history lesson or being shown “Here is all my research.” I suspect that because the author, Christy English, has her degree in History from Duke - and appears to know her history so completely - she is able to convey historical aspects in a very natural manner.
And there is so much humor - I’ve laughed out loud several times. Finally, I really like the characters. They are engaging and well-developed over the course of the novel. Highly recommend!
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