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Romance, intrigue, gossip and pretty dresses. You can’t beat that! It’s "Mean Girls" for the 1890s.
posted Apr 26, 2008 at 12:44PM
Lizzy :D said:
I LOVED it! I couldn’t even put it down for a second. I read it in like 2 days and now I’m just dieing to get my hands on the next book in the series, Rumors.
posted May 7, 2012 at 9:07PM
After reading this, I was frankly surprised it was in the teen section. Half the time, I was sure I was reading an adult romance. While the characters weren’t too frustrating, the morality was clearly absent in the book. I was sickened by the immorality portrayed is normal. If this is what teens are reading, no wonder teen pregnancy is high. The book could have been so good, if it hadn’t been for the adult content.
posted Dec 21, 2013 at 9:24PM
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Prim and proper; from old money; engaged Henry, but in love with a member of her family's staff.
Elizabeth's younger sister; reads romance novels; wants excitement in her life; having a secret affair with Henry.
Must marry Elizabeth or be disinherited.
From new money; determined to win Henry's affections; jelaous of Elizabeth.
An outsider looking in at privileged society; Elizabeth's maid; has gossip on Elizabeth that could finally bring her into high society; doesn't know if she should betray her employer and friend.