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Saturday, March 30, 2019

The Hummingbird Dagger

Title: The Hummingbird Dagger
Author: Cindy And try
Genre: teen/YA
Pages 353
Date
Netgalley

From the author of Suitors and Sabotage comes a suspenseful and enthralling new Regency novel, perfect for readers who like their Jane Austen classics with a side of mystery and murder.
1833. A near-fatal carriage accident has deposited an unconscious young woman on the doorstep of Hardwick Manor and into the care of young Lord James Ellerby. But when she finally awakens, it is with no memory of who she is or where she came from.
Beth, as she calls herself, has no identity; the only clue to her circumstances is a recurring nightmare of a hummingbird, blood dripping from its steel beak.
With the help of James and his sister, Caroline, Beth tries to solve the mystery of her own identity and the appalling events that brought her to their door. But nothing could prepare her for the escalating dangers that threaten her and the Ellerby clan. From the hazardous cliffs of Dorset to the hostile streets of London, Beth will fight to reclaim her past, hunted by a secretive foe with murderous intentions.

My thoughts
Rating: 5 
Would I recommend it? Yes 
Will I read anything else by her? yes
Dark , unknown secrets that can't be remembered , a romance that is just started out, a young lord who is just starting to come in to his title, and a young woman who has no idea who she is, with trouble around every corner the mystery deeps, from nightmares that seem to be more then nightmares , a murder , and a kidnapping , and a near -fatal carriage accident non thing is what it seems to be to Beth , no even her name ,the only thing she knows is that she can trust James and his family in to helping her find out who she is , and what really happened  and why. So set back and enjoy a story about secrets, family , young love , friends , family and danger. With that said I want to think Netgalley for letting me read and review it exchange for my honest opinion

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