A Little Light Mischief (The Turner Series, #3.5) by Cat Sebastian

A Little Light Mischief (The Turner Series, #3.5)

A seductive thiefLady’s maid Molly Wilkins is done with thieving—and cheating and stabbing and all the rest of it. She’s determined to keep her hands to herself, so she really shouldn’t be tempted to seduce her employer’s prim and proper companion, Alice. But how can she resist when Alice can’t seem to keep her eyes off Molly?Finds her own heartFor the first time in her life, Alice Stapleton has absolutely nothing to do. The only thin...


Details A Little Light Mischief (The Turner Series, #3.5)

TitleA Little Light Mischief (The Turner Series, #3.5)
ISBN9780062951038
Author
Release DateAug 6th, 2019
PublisherAvon Impulse
LanguageEnglish
GenreRomance, Historical, Historical Fiction, Novella, LGBT, Historical Romance
Rating

Reviews A Little Light Mischief (The Turner Series, #3.5)

  • Chelsea (chelseadolling reads)
    1970-01-01
    Even though I've definitely burned myself out on historical romances, I still rather enjoyed this one! If you're a fan of the genre and want to read something fast and fun and also really, really gay, I highly recommend!
  • ⚔ Silvia ⚓
    1970-01-01
    I was sent this book as an advanced copy by the publisher via Edelweiss for reviewing purposes, but all opinions are my own. Historical romance is a genre I rarely read but with the recent surge of f/f historical romance I find myself more and more interested in the genre. Or maybe it's just that I'm so starved of f/f that I'll read it no matter the genre.This was my first book by Cat Sebastian and after hearing great things by my friends I was m...
  • Julia Rutledge
    1970-01-01
    That cover?? Yes! Finally a Cat Sebastian F/F! Yes! Thank god! Finally! Jesus! Oh man!
  • Acqua
    1970-01-01
    A Little Light Mischief is an f/f historical romance novella set in London in 1818. It follows two women as they fall in love and get revenge against the man who wronged one of them.It is part of a series, but I can tell you that you don't need to have read the previous books to understand it - I haven't, I don't know what they're about, and I had no problems with understanding the context. What I struggled more with was the writing style: Englis...
  • Lea (drumsofautumn)
    1970-01-01
    A Little Light Mischief is a really wholesome sapphic Historical Romance that I would definitely recommend if this is something you're craving more of. “You've made me feel like I deserve good things. And you're the best thing of all.” While this is technically part of a series, you can definitely read this without having read anything else in this series. I was definitely a little bit confused in the beginning, simply because there were so...
  • E.
    1970-01-01
    ★★★★☆ | Sexy and important! "You've made me feel like I deserve good things. And you're the best thing of all." ➽ SUMMARYA reformed thief and a penniless lady. What those two could possibly want from each other? They don't know either but they can't stop wanting it. And after some secrets are revealed and a certain unwanted man makes an appearance — there will be time for a little light mischief!➽ CHARACTERSAlice Stapleton — Al...
  • c,
    1970-01-01
    On my blog. Rep: wlw mcsGalley provided by publisherTo be honest, I was put off this book on the first page when there was the following line: Alice didn’t know how she was supposed to concentrate on her sewing – or whatever it was she was meant to be doing – when there was an ample bosom or a pert backside within reach at all moments. That would be sexual harassment, Alice.The book then goes on to establish Alice as meek and not at all lik...
  • Sarah
    1970-01-01
    I really enjoyed this book. Alice and Molly were great. I always think novellas are lacking in character development but it wasn’t too bad in this book. Alice and Molly were perfect for each other and I was glad they found there happy ending!
  • Racheal
    1970-01-01
    This was really sweet, with a great sense of attraction between the leads. I do wish it had been longer than a novella, though, as it could have been a bit more developed. But overall a nice little nugget!
  • aarya
    1970-01-01
    4.5 stars Link to bookstagrams: https://www.instagram.com/p/B0z9I4hgx...https://www.instagram.com/p/BzTooLpgJ...Love, love, love this adorable f/f novella between a lady’s maid/former thief and a disowned daughter of a vicar. You will love this if you enjoy any of the following:⚔🔥Revenge on despicable men (aka tearing down the patriarchy)🔥⚔🛌Bed sharing in a house party. Swoon🛌 👗One heroine constantly helping out the other her...
  • Melissa
    1970-01-01
    Lovely but short even for a novella. Cat’s first historical f/f for Avon contains the story of Molly the streetwise housemaid (we’ve met her before) and Alice the cast-off vicar’s daughter. While on the way to an HEA without relationship miscommunication or reluctance to acknowledge love the two ladies show a couple of awful dudes where to get off. Love the cover.
  • Erica Chilson
    1970-01-01
    I received a free copy of this title to read and review for Wicked Reads5 Stars Spoiler-Free Review A Little Light Mischief is a novella placed between the 3rd and 4th installment in the Turner series, and can easily be read as a standalone or skipped if FF is not your cup of tea. Seeing as FF is my cup of tea, I was intrigued to read Cat Sebastian's historical romance take on the genre. The ladies may have been up to a little light mischief, but...
  • Kaa
    1970-01-01
    Is this my new favorite Cat Sebastian? Yes, yes it is.
  • Monique
    1970-01-01
    London, January 1818Molly Wilkins is happy to be a lady's maid, it's so much better than the life she led before. Alice Stapleton is bored; she's grateful that Mrs Wraxall took her in as a companion, but Alice is not used to being decorative and embroidering handkerchiefs. This leaves her ample time to ogle Molly, and wonder if Molly is on the up-and-up. One evening Alice follows Molly on one of her mysterious errands. And it was the beginning of...
  • Kara Jorgensen
    1970-01-01
    Alice Stapleton is newly cast out and newly a lady's companion, but now that she no longer has her father's vicarage to run, she's itching to something, which is apparently something the ton don't do. To occupy herself, she sews, writes, and studies the assets of her companion's lady's maid. Molly knows Alice is watching, but she's sworn off the sins of her past unless absolutely necessary, but there's something about the quiet woman that intrigu...
  • Celine
    1970-01-01
    A Little Light Mischief is a sweet sapphic novella by Cat Sebastian. Alice is only just respectable - penniless, she seeks sanctuary by acting as a lady's companion. She meets Molly, a direct and brutally honest lady's maid who has had enough of Alice's wallflower tendencies. They learn from each other, growing closer throughout the obstacles in their path. Sebastian has written a solid novella, though its limited length cramped the storytelling,...
  • Ruthie Taylor
    1970-01-01
    ~~I received a free copy of this book to read and review for Wicked Reads ~~ I don't often read historical romance, but this novella just caught my attention, and I am so happy that I took a chance, as this is a really well rounded story, with two very likeable characters and a very happy ending.Alice has been seriously wronged, but good fortune has her as a lady's companion, a role that she finds very lacking in busyness, as she had previously b...
  • Amanda
    1970-01-01
    I love fluffy books about queer people, so this was right up my alley. This is a low angst novella with a bit of thievery at a house party and lots of longing glances. Molly (who I read as bi) is more comfortable in her sexuality, whereas Alice is just realizing that she likes women. But there's no violence or queerphobia or anything like that and it's just so refreshing to read a fun historical romp about two women falling in love.CW: mention of...
  • Norah Gibbons
    1970-01-01
    I received an ARC of this book through Edelweiss+ to read in exchange for a fair review. A Little Light Mischief by Cat Sebastian is an F/F novella that is part of her Turner Series. It can be read as a standalone but I recommend reading the entire series as I enjoyed it very much. Alice Stapleton became a companion when her father the vicar tossed her out with nothing when she was accused of trying to seduce a male visitor. Feeling isolated and ...
  • Sarah Meerkat
    1970-01-01
    This was absolutely everything my little queer heart wanted. Two women getting what they want and empowering themselves and each and having no shame in their desires or that one of them has a child. And becoming a family together and telling the me who hurt them to fuck off. Also special appearance of Jack Turner and Oliver being the best boys
  • Tori
    1970-01-01
    More historical f/f always! This is very fun, sexy novella. I liked seeing Molly again, and she and Alice were wonderful. There was a lot going on, and this is a very short novella (it finishes before 84%) so I would have liked to see it developed a little more, but I enjoyed it very much!
  • Cori
    1970-01-01
    The only thing I wanted that this book didn't give me was more of this book
  • Monica
    1970-01-01
    A lovely readThis will be joining all of Cat Sebastian's other books on my Read Over and Over Again list. The kindness in her MC's always leaves me feeling good.
  • Rike @ RikeRandom
    1970-01-01
    This was pretty much exactly what the title said: A Little Light Mischief. Just a couple pages full of fluffy historical f/f romance. Short and sweet, without much depth or character development, but some nice drama and a few fun moments.
  • Gaele
    1970-01-01
    Alice is the daughter of a vicar who wasn’t a model of propriety, and has taken a position as a companion to a woman who not only treats her well, but is more than happy to have her about. Another in service is Molly, the lady’s maid with a history of thieving, and a big secret. Alice has never quite been “like the others”, but she’s convinced herself that her lot in life is to be of service, and away from her father’s influence and t...
  • Mfred
    1970-01-01
    BE GAY, DO CRIMES!Queer women breaking the law in the name of justice and retribution! Cat Sebastian has written a lovely, sweet little novella featuring two women falling in love and getting even while they are at it.Molly is a former lightskirt and thief, now a proper and mostly law-abiding lady’s maid. Alice is her employer’s newest addition to the household, a prim and staid lady’s companion. Drawn to the sharp-tongued and even downrigh...
  • Amanda
    1970-01-01
    “She pulled Molly a bit closer so the brims of their bonnets were nearly touching. “You’ve made me feel like I deserve good things. And you’re the best thing of all.”This quote really stuck with me, because of Alice’s feels inducing words yes, but also just the imagery of their heads bent together nearly touching but not quite because they were in public and appearances must be maintained and yet you still felt every single raw emotio...