Patience is a virtue. And patience is what you’re going to need as you wait for Book 2 of Julie Klassen’s On Devonshire Shores series as its not coming out till December of this year. But to whet your appetite, here is the COVER REVEAL for A Winter by the Sea. Enjoy!
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REVIEW of The Sisters of Sea View (On Devonshire Shores #1) by Julie Klassen
When their father dies of an apoplectic attack, the four Summers sisters and their mother must find a way to earn an income if they are to avoid descending into utter poverty. The gentlewomen have the blessing of owning their own large house in the ocean village of Sea View, and at the prompting of their managing older sister Sarah, they resolve to become a popular seaside boarding house….
REVIEW of Shadows of Swanford Abbey by Julie Klassen (BLOG TOUR)
Klassen’s novels are always shot through with strands of mystery, but this is the first one that I remember being a straight-up murder mystery….
REVIEW of The Bridge to Belle Island by Julie Klassen
After Benjamin Booker loses a London court case due to the wiles of a beautiful woman, he’s determined not to … More
REVIEW of The Bride of Ivy Green (Tales from Ivy Hill #3) by Julie Klassen
In this third and final book of the Tales from Ivy Hill series, both Jane and Mercy will find their … More
REVIEW of The Ladies of Ivy Cottage, by Julie Klassen (Tales from Ivy Hill #2)
The second book in Julie Klassen’s Ivy Hill series came out earlier this month, and I was happy to use … More
REVIEW of The Innkeeper of Ivy Hill (Tales from Ivy Hill #1) by Julie Klassen
This book tells the story of Jane Bell, a young woman in 1820 England who was born to privilege but … More
REVIEW of Lady Maybe, by Julie Klassen
Loosely based on the story of Jane Eyre, Lady Maybe follows the romantic adventures of a servant mistakenly assumed to … More
REVIEW of The Secret of Pembrooke Park, by Julie Klassen
I read my first Julie Klassen regency a little less than two years ago, and since then, I’ve completed every … More