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By Barbara on 01-11-15
This is a delightful story, in spite of being based on a truly dark time for the poor and unprotected children of the Victorian era. These particular orphans and their teacher manage to turn glittering Society and its dark counterpart on its head.
The teacher, Concordia, is in the mold of the best of Amanda Quick's characters. She is smart, quirky, and cheerfully keeps moving forward no matter how badly things get.
The narrator reads most of her characters with a shrill voice. Nevertheless the listener has no trouble knowing who is speaking.
Even though this book has been in print/audio for a good while, it is still fresh and compelling.
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By Listener on 20-04-18
Lie by Moonlight
Not my favorite sub-genre but I quite enjoyed the mystery of this. And how helpful the teacher Concordia was and what she did for her charges.
The girls were funny and so sweet they only wanted what was best for their teacher.
The romance comes from Ambrose who not only helps the teacher and gets the girls to safety. But who is determined to solve the mystery surrounding the teacher and her charges to find out why they were fleeing from the ‘orphan school.’
Overall I liked the story and who Ambrose and Concordia became lovers.
I liked the narration the accent was perfect for this book. I very much enjoyed it.
*You don't have to like my review but its 100% my opinion, and I am allowed to have it.*
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