First review of “My Fair Lord”

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“Through the title and premise of the book, Wilma counts pays homage to the 1964 film My Fair Lady but manages to put her own stamp on the tale. Like the movie, a person from a lower class is taught by someone of a higher class how to speak and act with maturity and finesse. Unlike the movie, the motivation of the main characters is deeper and more complicated. In addition to the romance that is brewing, there is a heavy reference of government conspiracy that will appeal to readers who are true historians. There are some parts that move really slow but overall this is a satisfying read.” – RT Book Reviews
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