“A stroll through Cremorne Gardens is an exciting event for a young lady in Victorian London – during the day, that is….Once the sun goes down over Cremorne Gardens, a riotous environment ensues and a young lady may be mistaken to be for hire!
I invite you to join me as I recall one, memorable day at Cremorne Gardens below. It may never
acquire the popularity of its rival, Vauxhall Gardens, but within its gates could be found the single most important attraction of all – Tresham, Lord Dancy of Bleddyn Hall.”
“Upon the unexpected death of her parents, Rhianna Braden finds the enigmatic Lord Guilford Kingsley on her doorstep. He escorts her to Kingsley Manor, where family secrets and scandals begin to unfold.
Her uncommon beauty captures the attention of the dashing Lord Thayne Brighton of Ravensleigh, but Rhianna is certain, despite their mutual attraction, that he would never choose her over his wealthy intended. Meanwhile, Lady Lydia Kingsley suspects her husband’s attention to Rhianna has led to an affair between them. Events turn deadly when the truth of their relationship is discovered.
Eventually, Rhianna is forced to make a life-altering decision—while discovering that some secrets are not meant to be kept.”
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“This is a well-written historical romance with a Gothic touch. The plot is right out of a Gothic romance of the period, complete with a dark gloomy castle on the sea.”
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Was Isabel’s happy future with Tresham nothing more than an illusion? What is more, will she survive her stay at Bleddyn Hall?
“This was a historical romance set in 1862. The added mystery was spellbinding. The romance is sweet and clean and I enjoyed their flirting … Bleddyn Hall had delightful secret passages that ended up playing a big part in the mystery.”
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