Wednesday, May 29, 2013
A WEDDING IN SPRINGTIME may be purchased here.
A WEDDING IN SPRINGTIME
Miss Eugenia Talbot's presentation to the queen is ruined, when she displeases the queen by laughing. William Grant is the culprit, who makes her laugh and causes the faux pas that ruins her chances in society. After this debacle, Eugenia's aunt is desperate to get her married off. William decides to help Eugenia establish herself in society but finds himself greatly attracted to her. Meanwhile, William's friend needs his help to capture a spy.
A WEDDING IN SPRINGTIME is a very entertaining regency romance with charming characters and many humorous scenes. William is a likable hero with a dandyish flair for dressing and a wicked sense of humor. Eugenia, also, stands out as a country miss, who likes to help others. While I really enjoyed the characters of Eugenia and William, two secondary characters are my favorites: Penelope and the Duke of Marchford. These two characters really need a book of their own, and I hope it will be the next book in the series. The spy subplot is fairly easy to figure out but adds excitement to the story.
All in all, A WEDDING IN SPRINGTIME is a very enjoyable read, and I highly recommend it.
NOTE: I received this book in return for an impartial review.
Posted by Marlene Breakfield at 7:19 PM