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No Proper Lady - Isabel Cooper I almost gave up on this book. The pacing is painfully slow even though the actual story is very interesting. Joan travels back to the past during Victorian times to try and save the world. In her time, the world is overrun by demons and humanity is losing. Her mission is to kill the man who wrote the book that opened a gateway for the demons to cross into their world.

I liked the characters. I liked the story. I'm just not overly thrilled with the writing style. It's not bad; just not my cup of tea. It's very dense and after 20 pages you have gone no further in the story. This author does a lot of telling as well as showing and slows the story down considerably. If you don't mind the pacing, then you will enjoy the novel