If you've read and loved The Gentleman's Guide to Vice and Virtue, I would highly recommend this book. If you've never read The Gentleman's Guide to Vice and Virtue, I would highly recommend this book and then suggest you pick up that one as well.

Lee has a wicked wit that shines through in Felicity's voice, while she still addresses some issues new to this installment. Here, Felicity Montague has left home to pursue her dream of becoming a physician. Unfortunately for her, it is the 1700s and she is a woman. Unwilling to give up on her dream, Felicity is determined to find her idol and become his assistant. High jinks ensue.

A well-paced adventure with a touch of fantasy, The Lady's Guide is the perfect story for people who were told they couldn't do something when they could, people who were told they couldn't do something because of their genders, and all the people who enjoy a story with pirates.

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