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Lessons in Love (Cambridge Fellows, #1) It S The Turn Of The Century, Queen Victoria S Reign Is Over, It S Time For A New Beginning In Cambridge, Jonty Stewart Takes Up A Teaching Post, Acting As A Catalyst For Change Within The Archaic Institution But He Also Has A Catalytic Effect On Orlando Coppersmith Orlando Is A Brilliant, Introverted Mathematician With Very Little Experience Of Life Outside The College Walls He Strikes Up An Alliance With The Outgoing Jonty, And Soon Finds Himself Having Feelings He S Never Experienced Before Before Long Their Friendship Blossoms Into Than Either Man Had Hoped And They Enter Into A Clandestine Relationship Yet Their Romance Is Complicated When A Series Of Murders Is Discovered Within St Brides And All Of The Victims Have One Thing In Common A Penchant For Men A Fact That Only Puts Orlando And Jonty In Greater Danger, When They Are Enlisted To Act As The Eyes And Ears For The Police


About the Author: Charlie Cochrane

Because Charlie Cochrane couldn t be trusted to do any of her jobs of choice like managing a rugby team she writes Her mystery novels include the Edwardian era Cambridge Fellows series, series, and the contemporary Best Corpse for the Job Multi published, she has titles with Carina, Samhain, Riptide and Bold Strokes, among others A member of the Romantic Novelists Association, Mystery People a



10 thoughts on “Lessons in Love (Cambridge Fellows, #1)

  1. says:

    Utterly charming pre Great War romance set at Cambridge University Not hard to believe in Orlando s innocence having grown up in a cloistered environment and Jonty s optimistic realism having experience the world rad


  2. says:

    3.5 I liked the characters, I adore the era as a backdrop, I like the college theme and the gentle mystery murder plot And yet this feels only like 3.5 I will be able to compare, because I bought the first three books of the


  3. says:

    Charlie Cochrane s Lessons in Love is a lovely Edwardian mixture of romance and murder mystery Set in 1906 at Cambridge University, two fellows a term we Americans are unfamiliar with, but refers to a former student of the Univ


  4. says:

    I m not even going to try and figure out a star rating for this one It started out around a 4, ended up close to a 1 and flailed around the whole way between like the whacky waving inflatable tube man.I didn t set out to read this book I was p


  5. says:

    01 18 13 Revised rating after a couple of years of reading m m from 4 to 3.This is a cute and sweet story of a seduction with a crime to solve.Orlando lives in a world by himself, he s only concerned about his teaching and he knows almost nothing of th


  6. says:

    3.5 stars


  7. says:

    3.5 starsWhat struck me most in the story, besides the wonderful writing, is the exploration of the great divide between innocence and experience I think this works so very well in a setting, too end of Victorian era , where though, hard for us to believe in this day an


  8. says:

    I tried to read this a couple of years ago but dnf at idk maybe 20% Back then I thought the author was trying to convey the feeling that in yon olden times people were refined and less prone to fall victim to their baser instincts which is not the case do a Google picture searc


  9. says:

    Jonty and Orlando would get the most frightful shock if they tried to walk around the Cambridge of today Yes, all the streets are still there, but everywhere is choked with traffic and students on bikes Nice little ...


  10. says:

    Sweet period story without being too sweet, or cloying The mystery was well developed, and the chracters were relatable I look forward to reading of these.


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