Mom2Zoo (Amazon Review)

Keep writing, Ms London!

I really enjoyed this book. I didn’t really have a problem with some of the issues other readers seem to have disliked — I thought it was kind of funny that of all people, Quincy propositions Sabre — mostly because it’s outside his normal character and though admittedly, he was distracted by the blackmailer (and when you read it, think about the way the notes are delivered; I know that would freak me RIGHT out).

Like the first book in the series, the heroine acts outside the norm of both her time and the usual constrictions of the ton – though Sabre is more unconventional yet – but I’d like to think that there were some women in the time who weren’t completely brainwashed! It’s a little more difficult a read than a one-off, Regency fluff, but not so heavy you have to put it down and change books for awhile (I’ve read a few of those, great books, but hard to get through the bad parts). If you’re a series-book fan (and I oh SO am), I think this is definitely going to be a series worth reading. Can’t wait for Book Three, ’cause I want to know what the heck George is up to! I mean, I have an idea, but I’m really looking forward to finding out the details!