The Reading Cafe Reviews Bleddyn Hall

cropped-bluegreenbackgroundreadingcafe2-1Bleddyn Hall is the third book for Amanda Shalaby, and I have been lucky enough to read her previous two historical romances. Having read two books by Ms. Shalaby I was eager to get started on Bleddyn Hall and in my opinion I’d say she has another hit on her hands. Bleddyn Hall is filled with everything I’ve come to enjoy in an historical romance. Blossoming love, courting, fancy balls and gowns, a dashing hero and feisty heroine, all with a perfectly good mystery thrown in… The the FULL REVIEW HERE!

Today’s The Day! #TRRParty

anniv2015Today is the day to answer the #9 question for BLEDDYN HALL on The Romance Review’s 4th Anniversary Party!  Click the picture tot he left or click HERE to participate!  Over 350 prizes and a Grand Prize of $100 gift card!

The question and answer options are:

In Bleddyn Hall by Amanda L.V. Shalaby, what happens when Lord Tresham Bleddyn’s father passed away?
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a: His marriage was delayed
b: Annalise’s season was ruined
c: All of the above
d: None of the above

The Answer is C: All of the Above!

The Romance Reviews 4th Anniversary Party & Prizes

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How Did I Come Up with my Gothic Romance Bleddyn Hall? Visit Me Today on Becky Lower’s Blog!

blogheaderwpid-attachment_1416250854960_bleddynhall_600.jpg“Gothic romance. Just those two words send a chill down my spine. Spooky, breathtakingly scary stories with a splash of romance are among my favorite genres, but they aren’t as prevalent today as they were in the past. Susan Elizabeth Phillips tried her hand at it with Heroes Are My Weakness, an homage to the greats of the genre: Mary Stewart, Anya Seton, Charlotte Bronte, Daphne du Maurier, Victoria Holt and Phyllis Whitney. With Amanda Shalaby’s latest novel, Bleddyn Hall, we have another gothic romance author to consider. Today, she shares with us how she came up with the idea.”