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An Infamous Betrayal
An Infamous Betrayal: A Regency Cozy | Lynn Messina
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Having solved the two murders that somehow fell in her path, Beatrice Hyde-Clare is on the lookout for a third. Through a absurd quirk of stupid fate, the shy spinster has fallen in love with the thoroughly unattainable Duke of Kesgrave and is desperate for something, anything, to occupy her mind. A dead body would do nicely. Fortunately for her, a fellow guest from a Lake District house party appears on her doorstep with exactly that: the lover of his fiance's mother expired after a wretchedly painful episode just that morning in an apparent poisoning. As unorthodox as it is, he would like Bea to investigate rather than calling the authorities. Bea begins her inquiry into Mr. Wilson's death at once and almost immediately finds herself in the company of Kesgrave, who is as determined as ever to assist her. 'Twas patently unfair, for the whole point of the investigation was to get away from the handsome lord. Now Bea is faced with the daunting challenge of exposing the villain without revealing her heart.
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Lynnsoprano
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A fun cozy historical mystery, the third of the series. It‘s also a very unconventional romance. I love these characters, and this is the first binge read I‘ve done in a long time. I‘ve already loaded the next installment onto my Kindle.

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Lynnsoprano
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I couldn‘t wait. Thank goodness for the Kindle store 😂

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CoffeeK8
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Another cozy regency mystery, this one ups the #romansy factor. Bea is a spinster/amateur detective and the Duke of Kesgrave. I love that the Duke respects Bea so much he‘s willing to play Watson to her Holmes.

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Sharanya
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Oh, what a delightful romp this series has been! Beatrice‘s third adventure is as lively as the others, with the added sweetness of her deepening romance with the Duke of Kesgrave, even as they continue to match wits. Their interactions are so adorable. The mystery, too, was an intriguing one, though once again it had a rather sudden end. Overall, this was a charming, hilarious regency mystery/romance series. I hope there will be more! ★★★★☆

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Sharanya
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#currentlyreading | always so sad when you get to the last book in a series you were enjoying 😭

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