The Lady's Guide to Celestial Mechanics: Feminine Pursuits
As Lucy Muchelney watches her ex-lover's sham of a wedding, she wishes herself anywhere else. It isn't until she finds a letter from the Countess of Moth, looking for someone to translate a groundbreaking French astronomy text, that she knows where to go. Showing up at the Countess' London home, she hoped to find a challenge, not a woman who takes her breath away.
Catherine St Day looks forward to a quiet widowhood once her late husband's scientific legacy is fulfilled. She expected to hand off the translation and wash her hands of the project--instead, she is intrigued by the young woman who turns up at her door, begging to be allowed to do the work, and she agrees to let Lucy stay. But as Catherine finds herself longing for Lucy, everything she believes about herself and her life is tested.
While Lucy spends her days interpreting the complicated French text, she spends her nights falling in love with the alluring Catherine. But sabotage and old wounds threaten to sever the threads that bind them. Can Lucy and Catherine find the strength to stay together or are they doomed to be star-crossed lovers?
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About the Author
Olivia Waite writes erotic, historical, and paranormal romance and is the author of the Feminine Pursuits series, as well as several stand-alone novels.
"Waite delivers a luscious gem with The Lady's Guide to Celestial Mechanics...a bittersweet read that will make your heart ache, bursting with genuinely funny, remarkable surprises."-- "Entertainment Weekly"
"Utterly charming and subtly subversive."-- "Kirkus Reviews (starred review)"
[A] sweet lesbian Regency that deftly explores the rigid societal strictures imposed on women personally and professionally."-- "Library Journal (starred review)"
"Superbly written...[and] simply stellar in every way...Everything in this resplendent romance is done to perfection."-- "Booklist (starred review)"