A Lot Like a Lady by Kay Springsteen and Kim Bowman

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Ladies’ maid Juliet Baines has gotten herself into a pickle by agreeing to go to London and taking the place of her mistress and best friend, Annabella Price, stepsister to the Duke of Wyndham. But Juliet soon finds that pretending to be a lady isn’t nearly as hard as guarding her heart against the folly of wanting a man who’s completely out of reach. More

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Published by Astraea Press
Published: March 27, 2012
Words: 95,890
Language: English
ISBN: 9781621350217
About Kay Springsteen

Kay Springsteen grew up in Michigan but transplanted to the south about 10 years ago and now resides in the shadow of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Virginia with her five small dogs. Two of her four children live nearby, a married son who has a daughter of his own, and one of her twins. The other twin lives just outside of USMC Camp Lejeune in North Carolina. Her oldest daughter still resides in Michigan. When she's not writing, she is transcribing and editing medical reports. Besides being an avid reader, hobbies include photography, gardening, hiking and camping, and of course spending time with her terrific G-baby. She is a firm believer in happily ever after endings and believes there is one out there for everyone; it just may not be exactly what you expect or think you want.

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Review by: Charissa Stastny on May 31, 2013 : star star star star star
This was a very well-written book. The characters were drawn out in such a way that I loved them; the writing wasn’t fluffy like a lot of these books can be. I loved the plot and the misunderstandings which led to pain, heartache, familial tension/disattachment, and of course, marrying for love even under the strict regime of well-bred vs. commoner status. Bravo to these two authors! This was so worth my time.
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Charissa Stastny on May 31, 2013 : (no rating)
This was a very well-written book. The characters were drawn out in such a way that I loved them; the writing wasn’t fluffy like a lot of these books can be. I loved the plot and the misunderstandings which led to pain, heartache, familial tension/disattachment, and of course, marrying for love even under the strict regime of well-bred vs. commoner status. Bravo to these two authors! This was so worth my time.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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