My sister introduced me to Georgette Heyer when we were both very young and I've never stopped reading regency romances. So when I saw this book I knew it was for me. It's a lovely story, well-written and in the style of Georgette Heyer. Devorah Asher is an Orthodox Jewess living in present day Brooklyn who is a huge fan of Heyer's books. When she falls and hits her head, she is transported back to the Regency era.
Every character is well-drawn and the plot resolves itself in true Heyer style. I've never read about Orthodox Judaism in a regency novel before, but the author incorporates it seamlessly. Well-done and bravo.
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