Lady’s Guide to Piracy and Petticoats by Mackenzi Lee

Hey everyone, it’s Sarah!

I absolutely loved the first book in this series, Gentleman’s Guide to Vices and Virtues, and I couldn’t wait to read the next book. However, I was torn because I loved the audiobook. It made me laugh out loud and I was having such a great time that I wasn’t double-fisted reading it (listening and reading alternately). I just had to know what happened, so I was all aboard with the ARC…but I think I am still going to listen to it too.

I received this eARC from Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review.

If you want to see Becky’s review, click here.


After the Montague siblings have been thrown out of their family, Felicity and her brother Monty have parted ways. Felicity is still desperate to enroll into a formal medical program that will allow her to become a doctor. After Edinburgh only offers her the prospect of a marriage with no opportunity for a medical license, Felicity returns to London to live with her brother and his boyfriend. London does not turn out to be the promised land that Felicity had hoped, instead she meets up with old friends, who have a connection to a famous doctor. Felicity plans to become an assistant to the doctor, to prove her worth. Felicity soon finds herself in a new daring adventure complete with pirates and mysterious sicknesses.


I had just as much fun with this book as I did with the first. I was laughing throughout and found myself unable to breath from the laughter. While Monty is still my favorite character, Felicity stands on her own and takes possession of her narrative. I hope that there will be more books to come.



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