[EBOOK] (Passing as Elias)
Descent and lacking at the same timeThis book was a great asy readand also not that predictable The romance comes at the latter half of the book and I was hoping there d be of it throughout otherwise awesome book This is one of those books that are really hard to put away once started The story is good and I can really mpathize with In 18th century England a woman's role is to be a wife and a mother something which holds no appeal for Elizabeth Searson When Elizabeth's Professor dies unexpectedly leaving his apothecary to her she dis.
EBOOK (Passing as Elias)
He narrator and her affections for the other characters I only found the character of Merril a bit superficial which is a shame since the personalities of the other characters are much clear through the bookI uite liked this novel though Too many missing apostrophes Needs one round of dits The story is also far too rushed for all it con. Covers that she must marry in order to claim her inheritanceThreatened by bankruptcy Elizabeth begins a double life by dressing as a man and uickly learns the perks of being male Under her alias Elizabeth.
Tains and very repetitive The heroine comes across as a little girl on one page and a 20 yo the next Inconsistent I like girls dressed as boys stories and was looking forward to this but unfortunately the writing was not very good and an 18th century apothecary would not recommend vitamins which weren t discovered until the 20th century. Soon finds she is uite popular with the ladies and finds herself under a particular ladies spellWill Elizabeth dare to reveal her true gender and risk losing her beloved apothecaryContains Mature Content.
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