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    Not a typical Season in London!

    4. 5 Stars I love all things Regency. I'm delighted that A Timeless Romance Anthologies has been doing the all Regency Collections. This lovely collection centers around the ups and downs and ins and outs of the London Season. There are rules, there are places to see and be seen, and there are lots of matchmaking mommas. In each of these stories, the characters push the boundaries of London Society's rules in one way or another. They may show interest in someone who is not who their "momma" would like. Or they may purposefully sabotage their season in an effort to control their fate. These stories each take a different look at the typical London Season. Warnings: None I would let my 15 year old daughter read this collection. Received ebook in exchange for an honest review
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    Delightfully Different

    A Season in London: Poor Relations by Elizabeth Johns: A well-written and creative romance. Elements of mystery/treason included. Just when I was getting tired of every heroine marrying a peer of the realm, along comes a refreshing story where love happens on a less-wealthy, more down-to-earth scale. I'll definitely try Elizabeth Johns' full-length novels. Her writing is very good; I felt immersed in the era with no glaringly modern language or situations to pull me out. Edward and Emily by Heather B. Moore Delightful! Two unconventional people find each other and learn to trust one another enough to share their unique interests. I learned something new about the Regency era. I have read Ms. Moore's other novellas in this series and have enjoyed her writing. I'll be trying her full-length novels. A Sporting Season by Rebecca Connolly I read this one twice and it was so unique and fun and enjoyable! I look forward to more from this talented author. I think the sign of a truly talented writer is his/her ability to write humor. Ms. Connolly has that ability and yet she can write touching scenes as well as humorous ones. Another author I've discovered thanks to the Timeless Regency Collections.
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    Unique Regency Stories

    Another book from the Timeless Regency Collection! Yay!! I love these collections, and this one did not disappoint! Poor Relations by Elizabeth Johns – 4 stars There was a good amount of suspense and mystery in this novella. I loved Emma’s determination to find out what happened to her brother. Colonel Shelton was such an honorable man. Emma had heard rumors and wasn’t sure what to think of him, but he proved to be the best of men. Edward & Emily by Heather B. Moore – 5 stars I loved the relationship that Edward and Emily shared. There was true friendship between them and it made the romance even better. And there was great romance!! I loved the way they supported each other and wanted to know about the other’s interests. I loved their story! A Sporting Season by Rebecca Connolly – 5 stars I laughed through this whole story! Daphne’s antics were hilarious. I could picture the shocked faces all around her. I loved James! I loved the way he saw through the act to the real person underneath, and was there for her when she needed him. I would love to read more about their life together! I received a complimentary copy of the book. I have given my honest opinion.
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    great collection

    This is a great collection of clean Regency romances. Poor Relations by Elizabeth Johns Emma Standrich is having a season in London before becoming a governess, as her family is impoverished and needs her income, especially since the death of her brother, who was a soldier. However, when Colonel Colin Shelton, her brother's superior officer, dances with her a ball, her prospects change. While Emma's main goal for her season was to try to find out what really happened with her brother's death, she soon finds herself with an offer of marriage. This was the weakest novella of the three; I just felt like it wasn't as smooth or developed as the other two. While I liked the mystery aspect as Emma tried to figure out the truth behind her brother's death and who she could trust, the romance was good have been developed better; I felt like it didn't really show developing feelings very well and wish there had been more to show how they came to care for each other. Edward & Emily by Heather B. Moore Edward is recently returned home, as his brother has died and he is now the heir to the family estate. His neighbor Emily, whom he knew but pretty much ignored in favor of his books as a child, has recently experienced the death of her father. While Edward returned home reluctantly, and he participates in the social events his mother has planned even more reluctantly, when he becomes reacquainted with Emily, he finds that perhaps London has more to offer than he expected. This was a delightful story. I liked the letters that Emily and Edward exchanged and the humor in them, as well as the growing friendship, trust, and affection they showed. A Sporting Season by Rebecca Connelly Daphne Hutchins absolutely does not want a season in London. Forced by her parents anyway, she is determined to do all that she can--short of completely ruining herself--to make sure she receives no offers. So she wears dresses completely out of style, refuses to dance, and makes impolite conversation, which should ensure an unsuccessful season. But instead, Jamie Woodbridge is completely entranced by her and courts her (without her consent but to her parents' complete delight), even though Daphne tries to push him away. As determined as she is to achieve her goal, Daphne can't help but be drawn to him. This was my favorite of the three novellas. There were laugh-out-loud moments, great banter between Daphne and Jamie, and totally sweet moments as well. Daphne was spunky and determined and well-developed, and Jamie was dreamy. I really, really liked this story. I received a free copy from the publisher. All opinions are my own.
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