by Marion Chesney
I can’t put my finger on it, but this one might be my favorite so far. I think it was the funniest. It turns out that the sister everyone thought just a shallow dimwitted beauty, including herself, was one of the most perceptive, in small things. I really didn’t like Annabelle or Deidre, who was so stupid while thinking she was so smart. I also liked that the author brought in more than a glimpse into the lives of some of the other sisters.
November 8, 2017
Perfectly enjoyable conclusion to the Six Sisters series by Chesney/Beaton. I liked Frederica and the fact that she was truly rather plain compared to her sisters. I also liked her unlikely pairing with a much older and sophisticated Duke. It had the same type vibe as Leonie and The Duke of Avon.
February 8, 2018