In the newest release of a Timeless Regency Collection, authors Sally Britton, Elizabeth Johns and Sarah M. Eden share memorable short stories about finding love at Almack’s, a social venue where anyone who was anyone scrambled to get vouchers to attend elite social events. Mattie, Rua and Felicity find themselves in London’s social whirl with invitations to Almack’s.
From false pretense to unfortunate encounters to an unexpected miracle, Oliver, Deverell and William try to make the most of frustrating and unexpected situations. Full of great characters, unique plots, romance and humor, An Evening at Almack’s is a collection of charming tales about life taking unplanned routes to happily ever after. I received a complimentary copy of An Evening at Almack’s: Timeless Regency Collection for my candid review.
The Orient Express from the Timeless Victorian Collection is a new twist on the intrigue and luxury travel with which people associate the real Orient Express. Authors Elizabeth Johns, Annette Lyon and Nancy Campbell Allen introduce us to Kate, Grace and Emily, three young ladies on traveling on the Orient Express. Finding themselves traveling alone for various reasons, they all encounter unexpected friendship and intrigue as they travel the famed international route.
These award winning authors create well written stories with resilient characters that entertain, amuse, and charm. Great characters, unexpected plots and plenty of scheming along the way, The Orient Express is entertaining reading. I received a complimentary copy of A Grand Tour for my candid review.
What do a poor relative, a clandestine painter and a young woman desperate to make her first London season her final one have in common? These women are the main characters of the most recent addition to the Timeless Regency Collection. A Season in London by authors Elizabeth Johns, Heather B. Moore and Rebecca Connolly delivers another entertaining collection of novellas focusing on the quintessential London season. Distinctive characters, unexpected plots, and plenty of wit and humor make Emma, Emily and Daphne women who know how to hold their own despite society’s expectations. A charming collection. Heather B. Moore gave me a copy of A Season in London for my candid review.