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Five Star review.
By Maggi Andersen on July 11, 2016
I enjoy the historical accuracy in Rosemary Morris' novels. This one is no exception, the exquisite details are a delight. Feisty, adventurous heroine, Annabelle Allan, yearns to discover who her guardian is. With only a dim memory of a French lady who left her at Beeches, a school for young ladies, Annabelle runs away when she is told she is to marry a stranger, an older man with a rakish reputation. This charming story lives up to its title, False Pretences, and we remain unsure who anyone is, including the gorgeous hero, until near the end of the story when the mystery is revealed. Despite the lack of explicit detail in the sex scenes, there is an unceasing, delicious frisson between the hero and heroine throughout.
Rosemary Morris’s novels
Regency Romances. False Pretences, Heroines born on Different Days of the Week, Book 1 Sunday’s Child, Book 2 Monday’s Child, Book 3 Tuesday’s Child.
Early 18th century Romances. False Pretences, Far Beyond Rubies, The Captain and The Countess.
Reviews of my novels are always welcome.