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    Tilly will capture your heart...

    Tilly Fenwick and her father, The Squire, have inherited Fenwick Manor. It’s a beautiful estate but not without its quirks, including a ghost. The servants run off and Tilly is left wondering what to do when she meets a mysterious man named Freddy in the woods. She offers him a job but he declines. It’s not until her father meets Freddy that things start to get interesting. Is the “ghost” driving people away? There’s a rumor of treasure at Fenwick Manor and Tilly wonders if Freddy is after the treasure. When the truth is revealed as well as Freddy’s feelings for her, she’s conflicted. Does Freddy love her, even with her plain looks, or is he speaking platitudes to gain control of Fenwick Manor and its treasure? This is my first hearing about the Common Elements Romance Project, and it intrigued me. Five common elements connect Haunting Miss Fenwick with the other books. Brilliant! Haunting Miss Fenwick is a delightful romance with dashes of the supernatural and intrigue thrown in. Both Tilly and Freddy are intelligent people which I thoroughly enjoyed. The attraction between Tilly and Freddy is immediate but their romance blooms slowly. Tilly’s dog is a friendly big dog whose instincts are 100% accurate. The mystery behind the “ghost” kept me turning the pages. I couldn’t stop reading and read it in two sessions. Haunting Miss Fenwick is a character-driven story with a lot going on. Historically accurate but that is not surprising as Alina K. Field is a stickler for research. If you’re looking for a sweet romance with suspenseful elements, pick up Haunting Miss Fenwick today. Highly recommend! Favorite Character/Quote: Tilly. I love a spirited heroine, especially in the Regency era. She speaks her mind and more times than not, gets her into trouble. She’s very protective of those she loves and thinks nothing of putting her own life in danger. Independent, high-spirited and loves with her whole being… everything you want in a heroine. My Rating: 5+ stars

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