The All Regency Collection introduces readers to six regency novellas, six romances, and six delightful stories written by six different authors that introduce us to characters all yearning for love in unique and compelling circumstances. If you like regency romance, you are in for a delightful treat.
Anna Elliot takes us through the previously unknown two weeks before our favorite Jane Austin character Elizabeth Bennett weds Mr. Darcy in The Wedding Gift: A Pride and Prejudice Story. This was an entertaining story fit to be included in upcoming editions of the classic Pride and Prejudice. In a Dream of a Glorious Season, Sarah M. Eden Elizabeth shows readers how goodness and politeness can attract miracles and true love if people have the courage to be themselves, despite difficulties.
I particularly enjoyed The Mender by Carla Kelly. Kelly creates a captivating plot around the naval battle that took the life of Admiral Lord Nelson. I loved the poignancy of her characters hardships and how she draws us into them.
In Begin Again, Josi S. Kilpack, introduces us to Regina who lives with her widowed brother. What appears to be happy, content life for Regina quickly shows itself to be a thin veneer that covers a tragically broken heart. I loved the heartbreaking depth of emotion that Kilpack so vividly conveys through Regina and Ross and their contrasting stories.
Annette Lyon’s Mrs. Ellen Stanhope is a touching story about why we need love at every stage of life. Finally, The Duke’s Brother by Heather B. Moore is fun, entertaining story about when it is better to disregard polite society and pursue your dreams of true happiness. Heather B. Moore gave me a complimentary ebook copy of A Timeless Romance Anthology: All Regency Collection for my candid review.