Review: Mask of Duplicity

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  • Title: Mask of Duplicity
  • Author: Julia Brannon
  • Pages: 394
  • Publisher: Kindle ebook
  • Release Date: June 8, 2015
  • Genre: Historical Fiction
  • My rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

*My opinions are my own

*May contain spoilers

Following the death of their father, Beth’s brother Richard returns from the army to claim his share of the family estate. However, Beth’s hopes of a quiet life are dashed when Richard, dissatisfied with his meagre inheritance and desperate for promotion, decides to force her into a marriage for his military gain. And he will stop at nothing to get his way.Beth is coerced into a reconciliation with her noble cousins in order to marry well and escape her brutal brother. She is then thrown into the glittering social whirl of Georgian high society and struggles to conform. The effeminate but witty socialite Sir Anthony Peters offers to ease her passage into society and she is soon besieged by suitors eager to get their hands on her considerable dowry. Beth, however, wants love and passion for herself, and to break free from the artificial life she is growing to hate. She finds herself plunged into a world where nothing is as it seems and everyone hides behind a mask. Can she trust the people professing to care for her? This book was fast paced and full of fun. I hated putting it down. Beth and the other characters were so richly created I wish I could of been part of their world.

Julia Brannon created a world filled with sutle details. I loved the unexpected details about someones clothes or furniture and the way it made me feel.

Anyone looking to read about 1700 England would love this book. It shows you the atmosphere of the time without throwing it in your face. Go read this book.

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