The Lady of Skye (book #23)

Patricia Cabot, 2000.

Surprisingly poor (given that the author is also Meg Cabot). Over-long and messy, and no clarity about some plot devices (such as the absence of the heroine’s parents). At least the heroine is shown as having scientific interests, though they seem a bit random (you’d think she’d have solved the cholera problem once she’d drawn the map and listed all the sufferers, just by asking what they had in common).

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