A Well-written Regency Romance

Sunday’s Child, my Romantic Historical Fact Fiction novel, Heroines born on Different Days of the Week Book One, set in the Regency era, is published by Books We Love Inc. To take advantage of the 25% discount on the retail price please log into https://www.smashwords.com and enter the Coupon code EU39P.

Review – A Well-written Regency Romance

Despite loss and past love, self-sacrifice, brutality and honour, will it be possible for Tarrant, who fought in the Napoleonic wars, and Georgianne, whose father and brothers died in battle, to find happiness?

Review – A Well-written Regency Romance

Review By Janet Glasweron.

Author Rosemary Morris whisks us away in this historical romance to the Regency times in England. Life was so different for women in the early 1800’s than the 21st century even for those who come from privileged families. The culture of finding a rich husband during the “season” in London and the pressure to marry well was uppermost in the minds of the well-to-do families. Morris’ well-written story is rich in vivid details of the time–the outstanding description of clothing, the settings, and the culture of civility and purity. If you are a reader of historical romance, be sure to read the first in the series of the Heroines Born on Different Days.

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