Her Lady’s Whims and Fancies – Review

whims by Jen Geigle Johnson

Series: Lords for the Sisters of Sussex (Book 3)
Paperback: 196 pages
Publisher: Jen Geigle Johnson (July 9, 2020)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1734128860
ISBN-13: 978-1734128864

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Miss Kate is full of spontaneity and dreams of fashion. Put her in a room with Ackerman’s fashion plates, the makings of a new bonnet, and a strong cup of tea, and she would be happy for hours. But she is not your typical Regency miss. No one knows that she is the designer behind London’s famous fashion section, the woman who knows every fashion trend before it happens.

Lord Dennison, the ton’s best most brightly dressed dandy, the prodigy of Beau Brummel himself, is often the subject of Her Lady’s Whims and Fancies, a gossip column in the Morning Star newspaper. He moves in circles with the most fashion conscious set. But he hides a deep hurt and doesn’t plan to ever ask another girl to marry him…ever again.


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This series is fun and has some unique characters. I have always enjoyed reading a series where we get to follow characters through multiple books. While this book can be read as a standalone, it’s so much nicer to read at least The Earl’s Winning Wager before this one. When this book first started I already felt like I knew the sisters so well.

Kate Standish and Lord Dennison are both Paragons of fashion, and both are hiding their secret reason why. They have some really great interactions together.

I made the mistake of looking up the next book in the series (Suitors for the Proper Miss) and now I am having a very real problem with trying to be patient. February 9th 2021 is a long time away!

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