April is an avid reader. In an alternate reality she is a young dragon just learning to fly. You can find her on Goodreads here.
Masqueraders: ($1.99) Maybe a year ago, I read False Colours by Georgette Heyer where one twin plays the part of his brother in an emergency and of course funny romantic highjinks ensue. That was my first exposure to Heyer, and I loved her style in dialogue, wit and the characters she created. These were people I could enjoy hanging around if I somehow found myself back in time, rich and beautiful living in her perfect world. So I of course decided I needed to read more of her work.
If you know anything about me (and you probably don’t so I’ll enlighten you) I have a ‘to-read’ list that rivals a New York City phone book. So I had not gotten around to reading any Heyer books until recently when they all went on sale for $1.99. I felt it was a fabulous price and had to get one at the very least, but my budget being what it is I limited myself to the one. I bought Masqueraders, which as it happens has sort of a similar theme, a family who often go in disguise for various reasons, not all of them legal. After an initial bit of confusion at the very beginning, I enjoyed this second Heyer just as much as I had the first. The characters are fun, interesting and the plot is a bit twisty. The ending is sufficiently HEA for my enjoyment. It will probably come as no surprise to you that when I found out the sale was still going on I bought another one too.
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