As the newest release in the Timeless Regency Collection, the novellas in a Summer House Party are a well written and entertaining of tales about expectations, love unrequited, and love found. Taking readers back to the Regency period in England, readers explore three very unique house parties from that time period.
An Engagement of Convenience by Regina Scott has an unexpected plot and an unlikely heroine. Kitty, an orphan living with relatives discovers an unlikely suitor in her attempts to chaperon younger cousins. A Perfect Match by Donna Hatch introduces us to a woman determined to help her best friend secure a match. While she did all she could, love has plans for her as well. The Paupers’ House Party by Sarah M. Eden is a somber parody on the traditional regency house party. With creativity and insightful characters, readers experience an unconventional house party that still includes love and hope.
Overall, Summer House Party was entertaining, fast-paced, and definitely worth reading. Heather B. Moore gave me a complimentary copy of Summer House Party: Timeless Regency Collection for my candid review.