Review: No Wind of Blame

No Wind of Blame
No Wind of Blame by Georgette Heyer
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

While I didn’t love this as much as the last Heyer that I read, I did find it engaging and the characters were impossibly silly but with lots of sparkly dialogue. I love Hemingway’s snarky comments, you feel like you are in on the jokes but the characters in the book are too thick to get them. I loved Vicky’s flakey personas and Ermentrude was a proper piece of work. Nice twist in the romantic workings of the story but this story didn’t reach the dizzying heights of the previous one that I read.

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