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    Lovely read & story

    When I bought this book I had in my mind my review would be; Keeep Dancing but all I can say is Anton, Keeep Writing . . . . Please! A brilliant book, superb read, will be purchasing others by you! Fantastic!
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    Fantastic historical fiction loved it

    Absolutely loved it !!! First, I am a big fan of historical fiction and I love to be swept away to another time and place. Moonlight over Mayfair definitely does that. Whether in the Grand Ballroom or in the staff quarters of the Buckingham Hotel. The story is set in 1937, between the two wars. Think Downton Abbey, Upstairs Downstairs, Mr Selfridges and The Paradise. After reading the first book by Anton Du Beke, and loving it, I really wanted to read his second novel, and I wasn’t disappointed. I’m so excited to read there will be a third in the series. Even if you haven’t read the first novel, Moonlight over Mayfair is complete as a stand alone story. There are reoccurring characters but you wouldn’t be aware of that if this was your first Anton Du Beke book. With memorable characters like Nancy the chambermaid and Vivienne Edgerton and lots of love, lies, secrets and even a thief, this novel has you from page one all the way to the end.
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    Another delightful visit to the Buckingham Hotel..

    “Moonlight Over Mayfair” is the second novel written by Anton Du Beck and features the plush London based Buckingham Hotel and it’s Grand Ballroom. Set in 1937, I loved visiting this era and felt the author really captured the atmosphere of the time, politically and socially, absolutely perfectly. There’s a checklist of characters at the beginning, which is always a useful addition to any book and I was pleased to see that the dazzling characters I fell in love with in the first book - “One Enchanted Evening” - were making a pleasant return. I couldn’t wait to see what new events were happening in the hotel and what new dances were being introduced to England. As with any sequel, it’s always nice to read the first book to become acquainted with the characters and although you can probably read this book as a stand-alone, I do feel you’d get more enjoyment from reading the first and seeing how the characters develop, romantically and through their occupations within the Buckingham Hotel. I particularly enjoyed reading Maynard Charles’ story with his arch enemy Abner Grant and Maynard’s partner Aubrey. Though this book does start off a lot slower than its previous counterpart, it does pick up towards the end and rollicks to a satisfying conclusion. Anton is not just a talented, suave and debonair dancer and a respected television personality but is also now a very sophisticated, intelligent and creative author. I’m very impressed by his literary skills and I’m delighted to hear there will be more to come from him in this truly delightful and sassy series, suitable for all ages. I’ll be booking my suite again for next year at Buckingham Hotel and I can’t wait to catch up with Raymond De Guise, Nancy and all the other endearing and captivating characters. Perfectly written, easy to follow and very addictive, I’m more than happy to recommend Anton and his fashionably historical romance sagas set during the 1930’s. 4 stars

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