In 1805 three little girls decided to create a “boys club” because boys have more fun. Their childhood was filled with sword fighting, horse racing, and archery. Now in 1815 they are all grown up and expected to join Society. Who will marry such independent and deadly misses?
An independent bluestocking sneaks into a library to read rare Greek texts and ends up with a husband instead.
Jacqueline “Jack” Walters loves archery and Greek military history. In her third season she has failed to inspire so much as one marriage proposal and is planning to settle into the quiet life of a spinster.
Gideon Wolfe, Earl of Harrington, has been avoiding marriage but a case of mistaken identity in the library has left him saddled with an argumentative and unwilling fiancee.
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Trials of Artemis
Very strong heroine in this story. Her forced (by protocol) marriage had a bad beginning, but true love won in the end.
I recommend this book.
Gave it a 1
The writing is too small to read and unless you have great vision or a magnifying glass you would no t be able to read it. I opened the first chapter and could not read even the first sentence so I just simply stopped reading it
Refreshing and sweet
Most novels in this genre hardly go in to depth regarding the male protagonist. This is the exception of course. It was a joy to see these characters overcome their own shortcomings and self consciousness. I was smiling the whole time I was reading this, and never once could I predict what was going to happen! I fully recommend reading this and I will be purchasing this in paper for my library.