16 July 2018

Games of Secrets; Kim Foster

Game of SecretsGame of Secrets by Kim Foster
My rating: 2 of 5 stars

Dickensian-era London, people with special talents, warring factions between those people, and a young woman taken from her usual life of flower selling (luckily not named Eliza) to learn airs and graces and special tricks. We've read this before, right? And sadly, this series does nothing new in the genre.

eARC provided by publisher.

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