Ms. Conner has taken on an interesting issue with Redemption for a Rogue. The hero has dyslexia. What makes this short story especially interesting is the fact it takes place in Victorian times, long before the disorder was recognized and diagnosed. Those that suffered from it were often thought slow-witted and stupid. This is part of Conner's Regimental Heroes series, where she's tackled other thorny issues like PTSD, again in a time when no one spoke of the residual stress of war.