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Daphne UvillerBrown's story feels as if it were written on the eve of the 20th century, not the 21st. In part, this charming, old-fashioned flavor derives from her premise: We are told on the second page that Norris 'has been struck by love for Vida.' Unlike many modern novels, which culminate in love only after the writer has dutifully proven one character's desire for another, Lamb in Love begins with Norris's heart's conclusion.
— Time Out New York