My Lady's Choosing
The romance novel that lets you pick your path, follow your heart, and find happily ever afterYou are the plucky but penniless heroine in the center of eighteenth-century society, courtship season has begun, and your future is at hand. Will you flip forward fetchingly to find love with the bantering baronet Sir Benedict Granville? Or turn the page to true love with the hardworking, horse-loving highlander Captain Angus McTaggart? Or perhaps race through the chapters chasing a good (and arousing) man gone mad, bad, and scandalous to know, Lord Garraway Craven? Or read on recklessly and take to the Continent as the “traveling companion” of the spirited and adventuresome Lady Evangeline? Or yet some other intriguing fate? Make choices, turn pages, and discover all the daring delights of the multiple (and intertwining!) storylines. And in every path you pick, beguiling illustrations bring all the lust and love to life.

My Lady's Choosing Details

TitleMy Lady's Choosing
Author
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseApr 3rd, 2018
PublisherQuirk Books
Rating
GenreRomance, Historical, Historical Fiction, Fiction, Humor, Historical Romance, Adult

My Lady's Choosing Review

  • Yusra ✨
    January 1, 1970
    the amount of books that have pissed me off bc of the main character’s romantic decisions... the list can go on. this book is a blessing? because now the power is in my hands 🙃
  • Danika at The Lesbrary
    January 1, 1970
    This was super fun! A choose-your-own-adventure romance with a lady love interest option? Yes, please. I expected to just go the queer route, but I ended up exploring pretty much all of the options, because they all had their own plots/mysteries, which were intriguing.
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  • Jen
    January 1, 1970
    Who, of a certain age, doesn't look at a "choose-your-own-adventure" book with a certain wistful nostalgia? Who is now into historical romances? Who didn't know that one could combine the two and come up with literary (or humorous at least) gold?I didn't know that, but this book has taught me something. That bosoms heaving and Scots who perpetually manage to lose their shirts can be delivered in a down-right hysterical fashion. I love Regency era romances, but they can be rather formulaic. This Who, of a certain age, doesn't look at a "choose-your-own-adventure" book with a certain wistful nostalgia? Who is now into historical romances? Who didn't know that one could combine the two and come up with literary (or humorous at least) gold?I didn't know that, but this book has taught me something. That bosoms heaving and Scots who perpetually manage to lose their shirts can be delivered in a down-right hysterical fashion. I love Regency era romances, but they can be rather formulaic. This book pokes gentle and not so subtle fun, at those tropes. I read bits of it out loud to my Roomie and we were practically rolling on the floor with laughter. It was even funnier when I flipped to and read the wrong page and didn't notice until halfway down, because it was so incredibly similar. That's not a neg, that is a brilliant understanding of the genre and ability to mimic it in a laughing so hard I am crying while reading it by the authors. So kudos to you. 5, I can't breathe through the laughter, stars. Recommend for those who appreciate the poking of fun at Regency romance tropes, those who enjoy Regency romance and choose your own adventure books AND who don't mind things steamy in a rather silly way. I would say upper YA to adult on this one. I have a few friends I will be recommending this one to, as well as customers. : )My thanks to NetGalley and Quirk Books for an eARC copy of this book to read and review.
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  • Diana
    January 1, 1970
    dnf at a certain storythis book gave a set of choices in which no matter what path you choose - you'll still end up with a trashy romance.
  • Monica
    January 1, 1970
    I read through a couple timeline options and had fun with that experience and the novelty of it even if the writing wasn’t my fave. I’ll definitely be coming back to try out other plot options in the future.
  • Fafa's Book Corner
    January 1, 1970
    Mini review:DNF GR Ultimate Summer Reading Challenge-Childhood Reboot. Part of this book was also reading during Jude the epic readers read-a-thon.I just wasn’t a fan of this. While I did find some parts humorous, the rest I found to be really awkward. And it sort of made me uncomfortable. Overall this wasn’t for me. I think you have to acquire a certain taste for these types of books. So I’ll leave it up to you.
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  • CaseyTheCanadianLesbrarian
    January 1, 1970
    WOW. This choose-your-own-adventure historical romance novel was awesome. From witty banter with a Darcy-esque aristocrat to pirate adventures in Egypt with your lesbian lover to do-gooding with a rogue Scotsman to paranormal intrigue with Lord Craven aka Rochester, all the plotlines were creative and most of all side-splittingly funny. This book had me laughing out loud many times. It hits the perfect spot between a genuine homage to and affectionate parody of the genre. I loved it! Definitely WOW. This choose-your-own-adventure historical romance novel was awesome. From witty banter with a Darcy-esque aristocrat to pirate adventures in Egypt with your lesbian lover to do-gooding with a rogue Scotsman to paranormal intrigue with Lord Craven aka Rochester, all the plotlines were creative and most of all side-splittingly funny. This book had me laughing out loud many times. It hits the perfect spot between a genuine homage to and affectionate parody of the genre. I loved it! Definitely highly recommended.Check out my status updates for some sneak peeks of the plotlines and some quotations.
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  • Wiebke (1book1review)
    January 1, 1970
    This was a blast to read. I had so much fun with the characters and different storylines and also the play on words.
  • Annie
    January 1, 1970
    Lol. What to say about this one.The writing itself . . . uhhhhhhh . . . left something to be desired. But let’s face it: this is a choose-your-own adventure romance novel. It’s the potato chips of literature. Were we expecting the leafy greens of Dickens when we bit into it? It aggressively makes fun of terrible romance novels, and sometimes it was funny, othertimes just cringeworthily awkward. Some highlights (or, rather, lowlights): —-There is a character named Fabian de Mangepoussey. Yes. Th Lol. What to say about this one.The writing itself . . . uhhhhhhh . . . left something to be desired. But let’s face it: this is a choose-your-own adventure romance novel. It’s the potato chips of literature. Were we expecting the leafy greens of Dickens when we bit into it? It aggressively makes fun of terrible romance novels, and sometimes it was funny, othertimes just cringeworthily awkward. Some highlights (or, rather, lowlights): —-There is a character named Fabian de Mangepoussey. Yes. That is correct. His last name is “Eats Pussy.” —-“Erect obelisk.” Oh. Dear. God. No.—-“The moonstone of your sex glows with otherworldly desire”—-When a penis is referred to as a “faithful steed”—-“He is a fool, of course, for thinking he could take down Benedict with such a hasty scheme. It takes more finesse. More artistry. More watching, waiting, planning. Paperwork.” —-After “you” help another character birth a newborn foal: You: “How long until it’s is ready to ride?Him: “It will be quite some time.”You: “I don’t mean the horse.”… STOP THE BOOK I’M GETTING OFF this is too much for my delicate sensibilities. —-“He slips his dirk into your sheath”—-“He slides his slick fingers into your aching rainbow, searching for the gold at the end of it.” —-“Together, you play the most beautiful song on the bagpipes of your joined bodies.”—-WHEN HE NAMES HER TITS “RENT PROMISE” AND “RAVEN’S WING.”The best parts were the footnotes. They made you feel like you were interacting with the authors. You made choices, and they responded to those choices with commentary. It was fun. For example: “Does seducing your way out of this sound appealing? If so, turn to page 000, you hussy, you.” “So, now that you have two handsome men in hand-to-hand combat, how do you proceed? If you are enjoying the show and want to continue watching the pair whale on each other with homoerotic vigor, turn to page 000.”“If animal husbandry truly gets you going, turn to page 000. If, on second thought, you feel a little less alluring thanks to the afterbirth, and making violent love in front of two horses seems a wee bit weird, go to page 000.” All that said . . . If this were a regular book, it would get 1 star. The writing, as I mentioned, is unpleasant. There are many roll-your-eyes moments even though you know the authors are being jokesy. The plots are unoriginal and the characters are completely monofaceted. But the choose-your-own-adventure styling made it fun for me, and I ended up exploring every storyline after playing it all the way through the first time (it should come as little shock I ended up lesbianing it up). Mixed bag. ~~~~~~~Book Riot's Read Harder Challenge~~~~~~~#10: A romance novel by or about a person of color (Kitty Curran)
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  • Olivia (The Candid Cover)
    January 1, 1970
    3.5 StarsIt has been a long time since I have read a “choose-your-own-adventure” book. My Lady’s Choosing by Kitty Curran and Larissa Zageris is an historical romance that is a humorous and engaging book of stories that allows the reader to decide the path of the book. There is a plethora of interesting characters to meet in this unique novel, however the sexual innuendos become a little bit too much.Full review on The Candid Cover
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  •  ✨ Dianna ✨ (mylifeasannaidreading)
    January 1, 1970
    sounds pretty cool I guess
  • Elena Salvatore
    January 1, 1970
    When I found out about this book I was very excited. I have never read a book that had an interactive story before, so I couldn't wait for it to come out and to start reading it.To say that this book left me disappointed would be an understatement.I dnf'd it long before I got to read all the endings but the ones I did manage to read had all the same progress. Meet-Instant attraction-Sassy back and forth-More attraction despite the disliking-Following them somewhere-Insta Love-Happy Ending.Honest When I found out about this book I was very excited. I have never read a book that had an interactive story before, so I couldn't wait for it to come out and to start reading it.To say that this book left me disappointed would be an understatement.I dnf'd it long before I got to read all the endings but the ones I did manage to read had all the same progress. Meet-Instant attraction-Sassy back and forth-More attraction despite the disliking-Following them somewhere-Insta Love-Happy Ending.Honestly I'm proud that I even made is as far as I did. All that insta love were too much to go through with every character we met.
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  • Cyndi
    January 1, 1970
    This book was so much fun! It is a ‘choose-your-own-adventure’ type romance. Depending on what you choose the story ends up with different routes to the happily ever after. It has a lot of the various usual romantic story ideas but they are twisted around to be sarcastically funny. Lots of fun because you can finally choose what you want the characters to do.
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  • Stephanie
    January 1, 1970
    I received a copy of this title via NetGalley. It does not impact my review.I love the concept of this book so much. I have very fond memories of the Choose Your Own Adventure books from childhood and I love the idea of it for adults.If you are unfamiliar with the choose your own adventure concept, it is set up so that at the end of every scene you are given a choice of how you would like to proceed (which potential suitor you’d like to meet, whether to continue a conversation or walk away, whet I received a copy of this title via NetGalley. It does not impact my review.I love the concept of this book so much. I have very fond memories of the Choose Your Own Adventure books from childhood and I love the idea of it for adults.If you are unfamiliar with the choose your own adventure concept, it is set up so that at the end of every scene you are given a choice of how you would like to proceed (which potential suitor you’d like to meet, whether to continue a conversation or walk away, whether to stay in a situation or leave it for a new adventure, etc.) and the corresponding page number to turn to. I read through the book several times choosing different scenarios to follow and I feel like I only scratched the surface on the different possibilities.While the concept was really fun, the plots were all pretty “trashy romance novel”-ish, which isn’t really my cup of tea. The tone was pretty tongue-in-cheek, though, which I enjoyed. I didn’t particularly like the main character, which is kind of ironic because it’s supposed to be me. Even though I got to always choose “my” path, I didn’t always like how she handled the choices.Overall, I did enjoy My Lady’s Choosing. While the plot lines left a little to be desired, I loved the concept. I feel like I only read a few of the many possible scenarios and plan on picking it up again to try some of the other untraveled paths.Overall Rating (out of 5): 3 Stars
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  • Ambur
    January 1, 1970
    I went through MY LADY'S CHOOSING and tried out three different versions of the story, and I absolutely loved every single one! I've always been a fan of "Choose Your Own Adventure" stories, and I love, love, LOVE romance, so this was right up my alley! I loved that it didn't take itself seriously and that the authors had so much fun with the genre and with various tropes/stories that they were inspired by. It was a blast to read and you could tell they had a lot of fun putting it all together! I went through MY LADY'S CHOOSING and tried out three different versions of the story, and I absolutely loved every single one! I've always been a fan of "Choose Your Own Adventure" stories, and I love, love, LOVE romance, so this was right up my alley! I loved that it didn't take itself seriously and that the authors had so much fun with the genre and with various tropes/stories that they were inspired by. It was a blast to read and you could tell they had a lot of fun putting it all together! Now I'll tell a bit about each of the versions that I tried out. :)The first time I chose Captain Angus "Mac" McTaggart: the rugged, philanthropic red-headed Scot...who also happens to share many similarities with a well beloved character some people know as Jamie Alexander Malcolm Mackenzie Fraser...or Jamie Fraser if you've never read Outlander. Mac was definitely similar to Jamie in some ways, but he was also still uniquely Mac! He was wonderful and constantly had me swooning, and the story was super sweet! It also had a bit of mystery going on which was a lot of fun!The second time I chose Sir Benedict Granville, the Mr. Darcy character of the bunch! He was a bit of a broody butthead when the story started, but I won him over with my....assets. We partook in some witty banter and hung out in some secluded alcoves. This version had some mystery, too, and quite a few of those alcoves/dark corners that I spoke of. I had a lot of fun with this one and I loved that this version of the story had a ball, card games, and witty banter...all the fixings of some of my favourite Austen novels!And the third and final time that I ran through MY LADY'S CHOOSING, I chose Lord Craven, who was the Mr. Rochester of the bunch. This one was definitely the most ridiculous and outlandish out of all of the storylines that I chose, but it was super amusing! I also loved the commentary on my choices from the authors...even though they did call me a hussy. :P This one also had some mystery, but it mostly just went full on gothic and it gave me serious Northanger Abbey, Jane Eyre, and Wuthering Heights vibes. I loved it! In addition to the three storylines that I tried out, there's also a storyline where you can choose to be a companion to your female friend in case anyone is looking to try out a same-sex relationship. The companion and Lord Craven storylines pop up during the Sir Benedict and Mac storylines, so if you're looking to play out either of them, make sure to keep your eyes peeled! :)Overall, I had a blast reading through the various storylines of MY LADY'S CHOOSING. I loved that each one pulled inspiration from classics and popular stories, but that they still managed to be unique so that you were still left with surprises. I really enjoyed all of the storylines, but I have to admit that Mac's was definitely my favourite! :D
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  • Andrew Shaffer
    January 1, 1970
    This "choose your own adventure"-style romance novel is the perfect beach read, because it's not just one book--it's several, all under a single cover. Depending on what path you take, you (the plucky heroine) could end up with the fetching bachelor Sir Benedict Granville...the hardworking Irishman Captain Angus McTaggart...or, in my case, Ollie, a somewhat-dull ex-flame. Now I have to re-read My Lady's Choosing: An Interactive Romance Novel to see if I can hook up with a REAL romance hero.
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  • Flavia
    January 1, 1970
    This book was so much fun! I had seen these choose your own adventure type books around for a few years now, but always felt too intimidated to pick any of them up. I’m not sure why? Maybe I thought that I would get confused or frustrated by the formatting. But I’m so glad that I decided to read and review My Lady’s Choosing, because not only was the formatting fun to follow, but the writing was also funny and satirical! I burst out laughing quite a few times, while making my way through the sto This book was so much fun! I had seen these choose your own adventure type books around for a few years now, but always felt too intimidated to pick any of them up. I’m not sure why? Maybe I thought that I would get confused or frustrated by the formatting. But I’m so glad that I decided to read and review My Lady’s Choosing, because not only was the formatting fun to follow, but the writing was also funny and satirical! I burst out laughing quite a few times, while making my way through the story lines.I really appreciated how much work must have gone into writing out so many potential plot lines, and then arranging them so that they all connect and work in some way. Another thing that I really appreciated was that there were not only a variety of romantic partners to choose from, but also a variety of genres, and outcomes. Just because you picked one particular partner, does not mean that you will actually get your happily ever after. It very much depends on your choices, and I can really see myself picking up a lot more of these choose your own adventure type books now!The second person writing took some getting used to, because I had never read anything written in the second person before. I generally avoided (and still avoid) fan fiction that is written in the second person, because it bothered me and always kind of threw me off. But I found that it was a perfect choice for this book, since the story is in a way your story. The narrative style really adds to that make believe magic, and I definitely learned to appreciate the benefits and uses for second person point of view.Another thing that I really liked was that this book can be a quick read, or a longer read, depending on what you choose. So, I read one of the story lines in just a few hours. But I ended up having so much fun, that I went back, changed one of my choices, and explored another story line altogether! Then when I finished that one, I tried out one more before my eyes finally started drooping. And there are still numerous possibilities that I haven’t yet explored! So, I definitely recommend this book to those who enjoy historical romance, adult content (haha), the idea of having a say in how the story progresses, and those who enjoy satirical humour!
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  • Dina
    January 1, 1970
    Worth the purchase price for the metaphors alone.
  • Eileen (BookCatPin)
    January 1, 1970
    I've never read an interactive story before so it was really refreshing to try to picture myself as the main character in a book. My Lady's Choosing is a hilarious love story with no shortage of swoons and eye rolls.The book starts off introducing you to yourself and a couple other leading figures. Maybe because of my love for historical settings I found I was able to comfortably settle myself into the role. The instructions were easy to follow and even humourous to read. I liked that you never I've never read an interactive story before so it was really refreshing to try to picture myself as the main character in a book. My Lady's Choosing is a hilarious love story with no shortage of swoons and eye rolls.The book starts off introducing you to yourself and a couple other leading figures. Maybe because of my love for historical settings I found I was able to comfortably settle myself into the role. The instructions were easy to follow and even humourous to read. I liked that you never know which path your choices could lead you. Until that find THE END everything was fair game.I’ve gone through a couple different scenarios and each one made me laugh. They were creative for sure but some were just plain ridiculous. It was impossible not to let lose a chuckle at some of word choices. The dramatic descriptions and witty dialogues were spot on. While some storylines may have been a tad far-fetched, others made sense and fitted well with the choices.The stories also weren't very long so I had some time to play through a couple different scenarios. There were times when I wasn't sure if I should be taking myself seriously. Especially in a situation where I'm suppose to "...wipe some of the dirt and blood from Benedict's firm pectorals, biting your lip at the sight of his deeply masculine chest." (p. 148). Isn't that just every lady's fantasy come true ;)All in all, My Lady's Choosing was a well-thought-out hoot of an interactive read. If you're a reader and fancy taking center stage for once pick this book up. You might just find yourself in the embrace of a strapping lad galloping atop his handsome steed towards a most dazzling sunrise~
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  • Lauren James
    January 1, 1970
    Super, super cute. Love that one of the storylines is f/f! Its very silly good fun and an outrageous historical romp.
  • evey
    January 1, 1970
    this book made me so soft.This gave me a lesbian adventure-loving girlfriend to explore the world with a bunch of lady pirates, I'm so soft
  • Allie
    January 1, 1970
    - a plucky, curious bisexual heroine in Victorian London- who enjoys sex and has lots of it with beautiful people - and goes on adventures in Scotland, Egypt, the moors, and the seedy streets of London - with the options to romance Mr. Darcy, Jamie Fraser, and Edward Rochester- alikes or a spirited lady Egyptologist - and stories containing ghosts, werewolves, revenge, lady pirates, spirited orphans, handsome scots, secret spy rings, and demonic promises - and all the endings are happy for our h - a plucky, curious bisexual heroine in Victorian London- who enjoys sex and has lots of it with beautiful people - and goes on adventures in Scotland, Egypt, the moors, and the seedy streets of London - with the options to romance Mr. Darcy, Jamie Fraser, and Edward Rochester- alikes or a spirited lady Egyptologist - and stories containing ghosts, werewolves, revenge, lady pirates, spirited orphans, handsome scots, secret spy rings, and demonic promises - and all the endings are happy for our heroine ?sign me tf up
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  • Dianna
    January 1, 1970
    In the delightfully funny ‘My Lady’s Choosing’ the reader has control of the heroine, and can steer her through various romantic adventures, doing Gothic things or Scottish things or Egyptology things or whatever the Benedict pathway is. Snarky Regency? It was all great. The authors pack in a lot of tropes and snortable turns of phrases, especially when you decide to permit the heroes be to be a complete hussy. Really enjoyed this book, and wouldn’t mind at all if CYOR became a valid sub-genre.
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  • Sara (A Gingerly Review)
    January 1, 1970
    4.5 stars!What an absolute joy to read! I will not stop singing the praises of this book... choose your own adventure for the adults! I spent so much time wondering who would be better for me... the rugged Scott or the witty Lord? So many choices! Masterfully done and full of wonderful laugh inducing snark. I want to read more from these authors.**Thank you to the publisher for sending me a Finished Copy to review!**---------Full review can be found here: https://agingerlyreview.wordpress.com... 4.5 stars!What an absolute joy to read! I will not stop singing the praises of this book... choose your own adventure for the adults! I spent so much time wondering who would be better for me... the rugged Scott or the witty Lord? So many choices! Masterfully done and full of wonderful laugh inducing snark. I want to read more from these authors.**Thank you to the publisher for sending me a Finished Copy to review!**---------Full review can be found here: https://agingerlyreview.wordpress.com...I. Loved. This. Book. It was so much fun! It is a modern day hilarious love story that is a choose your own adventure! AAHH! I loved those books growing up and this was just marvelous.This book starts off by telling you your place in society – you are a lady who is seeking a man to wed and take care of you. Your duty is to pick the most suitable bachelor but you may not always pick correctly. You could pick the wealthy Lord only to find that you have been shipped from Europe to the States where you wed an older man with a teenage daughter who treats you like the hired help. You just have to follow your heart.I went through nearly every possible scenario I could come across. Every time I came across the dreaded THE END, I would happily start over and choose another path. I never grew tired of the absolutely hilarious instructions at the bottom of the page or the creative situations I would find myself involved in. (Burning orphanage with a shirtless Scottsman, anyone?) I was constantly chuckling, snickering, or downright belting out a belly laugh at the witty dialogue and descriptions. These two authors made me want to be friends with them in real life. I will now forever read whatever they write.NO matter what, this book was just downright FUN. It is a level of fun that I feel is missing in books today and it was refreshing to read. If you would like to relieve some of your childhood days of picking your own path, you need to get your hands on a copy of My Lady’s Choosing now. I don’t believe you’ll be disappointed. It is a hoot of a good time! Who knows, you might find yourself riding off until the sunset on the back of a galloping steed with a handsome devil sitting behind you. What girl wouldn’t want that?
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  • Casey
    January 1, 1970
    It's difficult to say when you're really done with a choose your own adventure book, but after flailing through several if not most of the endings (quite difficult while trying to find *anything* to serve as yet another bookmark while packed in on a rush hour train), I think I've gotten the most out of this book. Adventures were had, lovers taken and lost, and drama was encountered along the way.This book does a great job at drawing in various tropes/subgenres. Your main options involve a genero It's difficult to say when you're really done with a choose your own adventure book, but after flailing through several if not most of the endings (quite difficult while trying to find *anything* to serve as yet another bookmark while packed in on a rush hour train), I think I've gotten the most out of this book. Adventures were had, lovers taken and lost, and drama was encountered along the way.This book does a great job at drawing in various tropes/subgenres. Your main options involve a generous Scot who wants to help poor orphans, a sullen lord who needs help looking after his son in his gothic manse, your typical English gentleman who is as handsome as he is infuriating, and, as a pleasant surprise, an adventurous woman keen to explore Egypt (amongst other things). Are those your only options? Of course not! You might decide to get it on with a mailman, a bookish museum employee, a stammering gentleman, a reverend, a spy, a duplicitous brother keen on destroying his sibling's good name, a vampire, a werewolf, and much more!As this does celebrate the creative and sometimes ridiculous nature of romance, most of the metaphors, especially the sexual ones, are over the top. However, it's all in good fun and not to mock any lovers of the genre. This was an enjoyable jaunt into fluff.
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  • Shruthi
    January 1, 1970
    This was just a incredibly fun choose-your-own-adventure as we get to follow our protagonist through several timelines that affectionately parody common historical romance tropes and settings. The inclusion of a F/F option was pretty delightful and the merry band of lady rogues within this particular plot thread was probably my favorite thing. The language and euphemisms were consistently hilarious (one half-French character is named FABIEN DE MANGEPOUSSEY), especially since they were tailored t This was just a incredibly fun choose-your-own-adventure as we get to follow our protagonist through several timelines that affectionately parody common historical romance tropes and settings. The inclusion of a F/F option was pretty delightful and the merry band of lady rogues within this particular plot thread was probably my favorite thing. The language and euphemisms were consistently hilarious (one half-French character is named FABIEN DE MANGEPOUSSEY), especially since they were tailored to fit the mood of each romance subgenre. I would love to read so many more romance books in this format!
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  • Audra (Unabridged Chick)
    January 1, 1970
    Work has been wicked stressful so this was the perfect escape -- as long as you know you're not getting a legit romance. This is a loving send up to historical romances, but it's heavy on comedy (mostly in the form of groan-worthy euphemisms and metaphors) and light on real romance. Still, meandering my way through our heroine's various romantic options was hilarious fun, and it reminded me of what I love about this genre. There's even a sapphic option which I appreciated!
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  • kayla ☺
    January 1, 1970
    DNFthis book was really entertaining but I honestly lost interest and motivation so sadly I'm going to DNF it. doesn't mean that it's bad I'm just not in the mood for it!
  • Christen
    January 1, 1970
    I ended up with the postman. Ha! An entertaining adventure.
  • Annette
    January 1, 1970
    This would have worked better if the authors kept it mild on the sexual content. I don’t find the unnecessary sex scenes a romantic HEA at all. Also, I think it would be better to have longer story lines than a ton of endings. I didn’t feel any chemistry with any of the love interests. I feel terrible for the poor h.
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