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And What About College?: How Homeschooling Leads to Admissions to the Best Colleges & Universities
Cafi Cohen
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Jana Riess
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John D. Barrow
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Kenneth L. Fisher
The Fellowship of the Ring
J.R.R. Tolkien
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A Woman Entangled - Cecilia Grant First-rate writing, great characterization, good plot. Cecilia Grant is stretching the boundaries for a Regency romance, setting this tale among the barristers of London, with occasional forays into the upper crust and a brief visit lower. The moral of the story seems to be love triumphs over social class.
Female lead: Kate Westbrook, gorgeous, intelligent, and hoping to move up in the world
Male lead: Nick Blackshear, handsome, skilled barrister, with a scandal in his family
Setting: The middle-class household of the Westbrooks, the father is an experienced lawyer, with a thriving practice
Secondary characters: Some standouts, some not-so-finely sketched

A must-read if the setting appeals.