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False Pretences – Review – Rosemary Morris

False Pretences – Review

False Pretences – Review

A sweet and suspenseful Regency Romance

Review By Great Historicals – Published on Amazon.com
Format : Kindle Edition

Rosemary Morris has penned a delightful romantic story about a young woman named Annabelle in search of her family. Raised in a boarding school, with no contact with any family, and the charge of a guardian she has never met, she runs away only to find herself in danger. Roland, a handsome man of means, saves her from imminent danger. He takes her under his wing and together they unravel a web of lies until the shocking truth of Annabelle’s past life is revealed.

Rosemary Morris writes with ease and readability. Her characters are well rounded, evolving as the plot unfurls. This novel has a bit of everything – an endearing romance, a hint of mystery, dastardly villains, plenty of suspense, and a memorable hero and heroine who will stay with you long after you finish reading. The ending is intense as all the secrets are revealed, leading to a highly satisfying conclusion. A lovely sweet romance worthy of all age groups!

Great Plot, Well Researched, Enjoyable Novel

Review Jennifer’s Reviews VINE VOICE
Format : Kindle Edition

I very much enjoyed this novel by Rosemary Morris. It is set in 1815, but is not what I’d call a typical ‘Regency Romance’. There certainly is a romance involved, eventually, but there’s an elegant, well-told mystery story before we get there. The plot is intricate and the research superb. I very much enjoyed following Annabelle’s search for identity, which involves bitter discoveries about her father and half-brothers’ political intrigues, covers her own fears and worries for her sister and servants (she’s a compassionate lass, is Annabelle, and inclined to pick up waifs and strays) and finally the moment when she succumbs to a delicious hero.
All in all, I hope Rosemary Morris has some more books under her sleeve.

This book is suitable for those who like their history accurate, their heroine to be a real person, the hero likewise (but gorgeous). There is no explicit sex in this novel. As a kindle read it’s also suitable for those with a visual disability.