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A Lady's Guide to Celestial Mechanics 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 awayCatherine St Day looks forward to a uiet 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 testedWhile 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

10 thoughts on “A Lady's Guide to Celestial Mechanics

  1. says:

    They were here all along spotting comets naming stars pointing telescopes at the sky alongside their fathers and brothers and sons And still the men they worked with scorned them A Lady’s Guide to Celestial Mechanics is a historical romance novel about two girls who fall in unlikely love Lucy is an aspiring astronomer whose father has recently died and whose lover has gotten married to a man she does not love Catherine is a widower of a famous scientist whose anger at her often o

  2. says:

    The love story is a delightful ff romance set in Regency England 1816 The romance is slow burning passionate caring and intense The women are both scarred by failed relationships and their awkwardnesses and insecurities inform their behaviour which is very real if a bit frustrating at times for the reader but even when they don’t believe in their own relationship or the other’s love they still have one another’s backs It’s a glorious depiction of solidarity and female strength a

  3. says:

    JANE AUSTEN WISHESthis was such a lovely historical romance truly the best i've ever read AND IT'S SAPPHIC? i know we're thriving in 2019such a perfect blend of plot astronomy fighting the patriarchy and romance what really stood out to me was how each woman was so thoughtfully written and given her own uniue set of characteristics interests ways of interacting romances are hit or miss with characters and olivia waite really went ALL THE FUCK OUT making these ladies uniue and interesting i

  4. says:

    This was such a thoughtful gift from Bethany “We thought we were separate satellites but we aren’t We’re stars and though we might burn separately we’ll always be in one another’s orbit” I really loved this a lot I especially loved all the different kinds of reclaiming in this story Maybe all it took for me to fall in love with a historical romance was sapphics in STEM and art Who would have guessed? This was so feminist so ueer so healing and so beautiful And I loved hearing th

  5. says:

    I was sent this book as an advanced copy by the publisher via Edelweiss for reviewing purposes but all opinions are my own I don't often read historical fiction but I've been trying to make exceptions for ueer histfic especially when they're ff And there's a special set of emotions I go through while reading the most unpleasant of which is the fear that something bad will happen that will make me recoil and make me want to put down the book not because it's not good but because of the unnecessary

  6. says:

    425 Stars This was lovely In a few weeks the second book in Waite’s Feminine Pursuits will be released While I wasn’t sure how connected the two books actually are I wanted to read this book one first since I’m very careful about reading books in order I’m glad I decided on this plan because this was a really enjoyable historic romance This is exactly the kind of historical fiction book that I love to read I prefer them to be feel good and less depressing but while still having a lot of depth

  7. says:

    Maybe of a 35 I enjoyed this one but I wanted romance and less science If you're someone that really enjoys science and math and stuff and are looking for a ueer romance you will probably LOVE this

  8. says:

    The audiobook is finally out and narrated by Morag Sims Who is Morag Sims? Besides my favourite reader she read The Hunting Party by Lucy Foley a ‘the butler didn’t do it’ murder mystery and A Little Light Mischief by Cat Sebastian FF Historical RomanceJane Austen said If a Book Is Well Written I Always Find It Too ShortMost of us said I dread finishing a great bookPartner said after hijacking the book from me and finishing it in a couple of hours Absolutely great let's get a copy for MumI said Be sti

  9. says:

    45 stars The Lady's Guide to Celestial Mechanics is an FF historical romance set in England in 1816 and it's currently my favorite adult romance novel It wasn't perfect as I did struggle with the pacing as I usually do with this genre but to read a novel like this one about unashamedly happy ueer women during the Regency era was such a refreshing experienceThe main characters of this novel are Lucy Muchelney an astronomer who runs away to London to translate a French astronomical text and Catherine St Day the wido

  10. says:

    Ah this cover does so much for the book but mostly as a disservice Yep it gets the point across that this is a historical read with an ff relationshipBut I think it also may scare people away that aren't looking for a completely fluffy harleuin or overly dramatic romance for their read Basically it sells the uality of the story short because this is in fact a very high uality story with superb writing Don't pass it upWhere does the title come from? The romance is between an astronomer's apprentice Lucy and the widow o

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About the Author: Olivia Waite

Olivia Waite writes erotic historical and paranormal romance sometimes all three at once She lives in the Pacific Northwest with the love of her life and their mischievous miniature dachshund