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The Sisterhood By Penelope Friday,

  • Title: The Sisterhood
  • Author: Penelope Friday
  • ISBN: 9781594935084
  • Page: 400
  • Format: Paperback
  • When Charity Bellingham visits London for the Season, she has no idea what adventures lie ahead But a chance meeting with the beautiful Isobelle Greenaway will have long term consequences as Charity discovers things about London society, about slavery, and most of all about herself But it s the introduction to The Sisterhood a secret society of ladies that will impact anWhen Charity Bellingham visits London for the Season, she has no idea what adventures lie ahead But a chance meeting with the beautiful Isobelle Greenaway will have long term consequences as Charity discovers things about London society, about slavery, and most of all about herself But it s the introduction to The Sisterhood a secret society of ladies that will impact and change her life forever Penelope Friday s romantic tale of women and life in early 19th century London is one that readers won t want to miss.Editor Amanda JeanCover Designer Sandy Knowles
    The Sisterhood When Charity Bellingham visits London for the Season she has no idea what adventures lie ahead But a chance meeting with the beautiful Isobelle Greenaway will have long term consequences as Charity d

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    1. After Petticoats and Promises, this is Penelopy Friday s second Regency novel I ve read It is an attentive, character driven historical romance set in London Next to the usual goings on of Regency ladies with their assemblies, fashion, fripperies and gossip the author added the abolitionist movement to give the plot depth.Charity Bellingham should have been born a boy Too tall, gangly and unladylike she might as well have been Nothing like her older sister Rebecca who is sweet natured and femin [...]

    2. Ordinary historical romance is a bit of a rarity in the lesbian publishing field The majority of lesbian historicals fall solidly on the erotic side and tend to stick very close to the 20th century with a small foray into the American West It is, perhaps, understandable authors of lesbian historicals report that sales are much lower than for other subgenres, and this doesn t encourage writers to develop the sort of research background and writing expertise necessary to write the books that could [...]

    3. A really lovely, gentle but incisive look at morals, manners and attitudes to slavery in regency England.Charity Bellingham displeases her own parents from birth for not being born a boy they favour her sweet natured, feminine older sister Rebecca Charity is awkward, not suited to the clothing of the period and rather too tall for dancing as a lady However an unfortunate marriage in the family puts her in the way of well connected and persuasive Isobelle Greenaway and her life is transformed in [...]

    4. This is my second book from the author and it s written so well Really, the first one must have been a short smutty story this book is properly long and well written, full of highs and downs I sincerely hope that Rebecca horrible husband meets an appropriate end or alternatively never comes back, amen Loved the abolitionist angle, so well done

    5. This was a thoughtful novel, which focused on character development than action I especially appreciated the inclusion of historical information about the abolitionist movement in Regency England This added depth to the story, and gave the characters something greater to concern themselves with than the latest fashion and gossip The side characters were nicely fleshed out, and I really enjoyed the sister, Becca Her personal transformation was believable and very satisfying.

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