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Four In Hand - Stephanie Laurens At first, I thought I would hate this book when I borrowed this from the library on a whim. I really hate the whole reforming the rake storyline especially with no suspense involved. However, I was pleasantly surprised how it played out. We don't have one but four strong women and four rakes. It was a cute story. Since we have several main characters, there wasn't significant deep character development. The three younger sisters' stories melded and entwined nicely. I still don't buy the reform especially with Arabella and Hugo and Martin and the youngest sister (I can't remember her name at the moment).

However, it was great to see positive and supportive relationship portrayed by the sisters. A lot of times, you get an antagonistic scenario rather than one where the sisters stick together. It's a fun book. Not heavy in any way and it ends well.