Tea & Strumpets: A Regency Romance Review

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Summary

Today's episode may seem a bit daunting in length, but be not afraid dear listener, there are a couple of excellent reasons for its loquaciousness. Firstly, the book we read had a lot of swoon-worthy moments to talk about and secondly, we were joined by some very special guests! Jeff Adams and Will Knauss of The Big Gay Fiction Podcast dropped in to talk about Cat Sebastian’s The Soldier’s Scoundrel. Will by-the-book Oliver let himself fall for don’t-ask-questions Jack? Will pessimist Jack open his heart to the idea of love at all? Sparks fly in this steamy regency as these two solve the mystery of some stolen letters and along the way find their HEA. **Spoilers are sneaking in**

Show Notes

Thank you again to Jeff & Will of The Big Gay Fiction Podcast for joining us today!
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In this episode we referenced the Stuff You Missed In History Class episode on The Ladies of Llangollen. Listen to that, here!

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What is Tea & Strumpets: A Regency Romance Review?

Tune in to hear two friends discuss all the steamy (and sometimes tepid) details of the regency romance genre.