This set of three Victorian novellas were loosely connected by their seasonal setting and the fact that they are romances, but other than that, they felt very distinct in atmosphere and theme….
Each of these novellas was simple and sweet. Those who enjoy animals and the country life will find this collection a nice change of pace from the London ballroom…
Summer on the seaside . . . a perfect place for romance. Each of these three novellas was a delightful little gem. As every novelist knows, sometimes writing short is harder than writing long, but each storyline was well-crafted and perfectly paced and took me about an hour to read.
superstitions in Tudor England were actually based in fact? What if animals could talk and fairies roamed free, ready to wreak their mischief on hapless town folk?
Helen O’Neill has a gift, a lightness and quickness about her hands that seems otherworldly–a great contrast to the heaviness … More
Have any of you started your Christmas reading yet?
Here are three novellas centered around a Victorian Christmastide…
This book was a lifesaver for me. I have been staying up way too late every night of our three-week … More
Ostracized from polite society after her father’s suicide, Miss Sylvia Stafford takes up a position as a governess for a … More
Mina Scott escapes from her daily duties at her father’s inn by delving into Charles Dickens’ books and daydreaming about … More
Sophie Appersett has tried to get to know her new suitor Edward Sharpe for two months. But no matter how … More