Convincing Charlotte by Julie Matern

May 3, 2021 | 1 Comment
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Convincing Charlotte by Julie MaternConvincing Charlotte
Author: Julie Matern
Genres: Historical Romance
Format: eBook, Print
Pages: 437
Date: May 1, 2021
Publisher: Wild Poppy Publishing

Charlotte Abernathy has met the man of her dreams, Henry Westbrook. Though Henry is currently not a wealthy man, his great aunt appears set to make him her heir. The stage is set for a love-match.

However, disaster strikes in more than one quarter and the lovers are torn apart by forces outside their control.

Henry leaves to seek his fortune, after which he promises to return for Charlotte, but a dastardly scheme sows seeds of doubt in the pair, dividing them by distance and circumstance.

Will they be divided forever or will fate take pity on them?

Rating: Mild. Mild substance use.

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About Julie Matern

Julie Matern

Julie Matern was born and raised in London, England and graduated with honors from Exeter Univesity. When her formal education was finished she was free to read anything she wanted; and read she did! It wasn’t until later in life that she considered writing. Julie emigrated to the US after she married. She has six children, loves to write, read, dance, sew and do family history.


One response to “Convincing Charlotte by Julie Matern

  1. Maria

    This romance was very different from most I read. I won’t do spoilers but this love story does not follow a straight path to its happily ever after. So many twists and turns to get there. Along the way their is separation, angst, grief, depression, hopelessness, and acceptance until it finally turns to full joy.

    I liked Charlotte and Henry. And I even liked George by the end. Charlotte’s parents are something else. Her mother is a piece of work. Wow.

    The original title of this book is Convincing Charlotte but then changed to Misfortune is a Rolling Tide. While I like the original title better I think, the new title is much more descriptive of the book.

    Sex: attempted seducement
    Language: no
    Violence: some
    *I won this book in a giveaway and voluntarily chose to review it.

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