Book Review: Elizabeth, The Enchantress

I'm pleased to be reviewing Elizabeth, The Enchantress, book 4 of the Real Duchesses of London series by Lavinia Kent.

From the Publisher:
Elizabeth, the Countess of Westhampton, has found her husband. Unfortunately, she’d have preferred it if he’d stayed lost! How is she supposed to react when the man who married her and then abandoned her without a wedding night suddenly reappears? Obviously, she’ll have to plan her revenge very carefully…

My Review:
I like a good Regency romance and I loved this one!  As you know I am a sucker for a good continuity series too, so when you put that in the mix, I always come back for more.  I did this backwards though - reading the fourth book in the series before I'm picking up the first three... but don't worry - Elizabeth's story has whetted my appetite to find out all about the rest of the Real Duchesses of London Series. This book delves into one of my favorite Regency topics, the marriage of convenience, and the author takes you through a series of foibles that the characters have to navigate to get to know one another... and of course there's some fun, some love and some major miscommunication!  This was a fun, quick read for me and if that's what you're looking for then I recommend checking it out!

You can get the paperback from for just $2.99 and the kindle edition for just $0.99 - isn't that a bargain!

About the Author:
Lavinia Kent never knew that most people don’t make up stories in their heads to pass the time. She still has a hard time understanding how those who don’t survive the doctor’s waiting room or a grocery store line without another world to escape into.

Growing up in New York state and Wisconsin, Lavinia graduated from Wellesley College and, for reasons that are still not quite clear, also holds an MBA from Washington, D.C.’s Georgetown University. Lavinia has remained in Washington ever since.

She lives under the gracious (and usually benign) rule of Erzsebet, the cat, along with her husband, three children, one cockatiel, two rats, and Erzsebet’s younger, subordinate tomcat, otherwise known as The Golden Snitch

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Disclaimer: I read an online ARC copy of this book for the purpose of writing my review, all opinions are my own.