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Passing as Elias
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· Frost Arch (Book 1: The Fire Mage Trilogy)
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Gay/Lesbian/Bi

ISBN-10:  9781471710216 Type: 
Pages: 

200

Copyright:  March, 11 2012 ISBN-13:  9781471710216
Fiction

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 discovers that she must marry in order to claim her inheritance. Threatened by bankruptcy, Elizabeth begins a double life by dressing as a man and quickly learns the perks of being male. Under her alias, Elizabeth soon finds she is quite popular with the ladies, and finds herself under a particular ladies spell.

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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 discovers that she must marry in order to claim her inheritance. Threatened by bankruptcy, Elizabeth begins a double life by dressing as a man and quickly learns the perks of being male. Under her alias, Elizabeth soon finds she is quite popular with the ladies, and finds herself under a particular ladies spell.




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Passing As Elias
Beautiful story! Couldn't put it down, I was so excited to learn what happened in the end. Perfect amount of steamy romance and what you wanted to know behind it. I recommend this wonderful story to everyone.

Passing as Elias by Kate Bloomfield
Elizabeth Searson is an independent woman. At least she'd like to be. Studying to be an apothecary with the Professor was only one step in her plan to becoming her own woman. She did worry the town wouldn't accept a woman apothecary but the Professor said they would adjust and she was an excellent student. Suddenly the Professor dies. Elizabeth is distraught. What would happen to the apothecary shop now? When called to the local attorney's office for the reading of the will, Elizabeth can't imagine what the Professor would have left her. Once the will is read, she finds out the Professors's house and apothecary were hers. Or were they? During this same time period, Captain George Greenwood is spending more and more time in Elizabeth's company. He wants to court her, her mother tells her. After being told her husband would be the owner of the property left by the Professor, she decides to marry George. Seems like a happy ending for all doesn't it? It's only the beginning.

What a wonderful book! Celebrating a woman's need to be independent and her forward thinking ideas, this book will make you cheer the main character. When she gets the idea to pass as Elias, it's a stroke of genius. No woman of that time period would have dared do such a thing in daylight. Elizabeth is a character that's easy to love and feel sorry for. The story unfolds slowly and romantically. The twist at the end blew me out of the water!! I was so not expecting it! Kate Bloomfield continues to show us just what good writing is all about. I highly recommend this book.

I didn't have issues with this one.

I gave this one 5 out of 5 books because it's a stand out read!


absolutely enthralled by this book
Once I started reading this I could not put it down. A truly wonderful and heart touching story of a pure and perfect love! I hope she will write more books like this! I am going to start Frost Arch today! Love your writing Kate! Cassie


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