A Note from Lady Isabel Sutton of Bleddyn Hall
“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.”
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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?
“An interesting genre blend of sweet romance and gothic mystery, Bleddyn Hall by Amanda L.V. Shalaby, takes place in Regency England during the year 1860. Set in both London and the English countryside, Bleddyn Hall is filled with colorful characters, Regency fashion and behavior and a mystery with several twists and turns. If you like historical suspense, this just might be the book for you.”
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“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.”
What did cutting the first three chapters of my first book have to do with my first sale? Find out today at Katie Teller’s blog by clicking HERE. Also, you can learn more about my latest gothic Victorian mystery, Bleddyn Hall!
I’ve been waiting for February 11th to come for some time now, and its finally here! Happy Release Day to my latest novel, Bleddyn Hall!
You can read about the full back cover HERE. And you can get your copy HERE.
Happy reading everyone!