Ain’t Misbehavin’

Ain't Misbehavin' (Roaring Twenties #2)Ain’t Misbehavin’ by Jennifer Lamont Leo
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

What a great way to experience the Roarin’ Twenties! Leo does a bang-up job of setting the reader into the thick of gangster-ridden Chicago at a very volatile time in U.S. history. It’s a roller coaster of ups and downs that will keep the reader turning the pages.

Dot Rodgers hasn’t been a poster girl for propriety since she fled her family and moved to Chicago, but she’s not apologizing for it … exactly. Charlie Corrigan may have been scarred by the Great War, but he’s still got ambitions. Recapturing the interest of the flapper who holds his heart is chief among them. So he opens a new business near Chicago … and then things get really interesting.

Published by Pegg Thomas

Pegg Thomas lives on a hobby farm in Northern Michigan with Michael, her husband of *mumble* years. They raise sheep and chickens; keep a few barn cats, and Murphy the spoiled rotten dog. A life-long history geek, she writes “History with a Touch of Humor.” Pegg is published in the Barbour historical romance collections. Pegg also works as Publisher of Smitten Historical Romance, an imprint of Lighthouse Publishing of the Carolinas. When not working or writing, Pegg can be found in her barn, her garden, her kitchen, or sitting at her spinning wheel creating yarn to turn into her signature wool shawls. Pegg won the Romance Writers of America's Faith, Hope, & Love Award for 2019, was a finalist for the 2019 ACFW Editor of the Year, and a double finalist for the 2019 ACFW Carol Awards.

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