Timeless Regency: An Evening at Almack’s

March 19, 2019 | 1 Comment
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Timeless Regency: An Evening at Almack’sAn Evening at Almack's
Author: Elizabeth Johns, Sally Britton, Sarah M. Eden
Series: Timeless Regency Collection #12
Genres: Historical Romance
Format: eBook
Pages: 223
Date: March 19, 2019
Publisher: Mirror Press

Receiving an invitation to Almack’s, the most exclusive ball in London, is every woman’s dream come true. Love and marriage are certain to follow.

An Evening at Almack’s. Featuring bestselling authors Sally Britton, Elizabeth Johns, and Sarah M. Eden.


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About Sally Britton

Sally Britton

Sally Britton is sixth generation Texan, received her BA in English from Brigham Young University, and reads voraciously. She started her writing journey at the tender age of fourteen on an electric typewriter, and she’s never looked back. Sally lives in Arizona with her husband, four children, and their dog. She loves researching, hiking, and eating too much chocolate.

About Sarah M. Eden

Sarah M. Eden

Sarah M. Eden read her first Jane Austen novel in elementary school and has been addicted to historical romance ever since. With a degree in research and a fascination with history, Eden loves delving deep into history. She is the author of multiple historical romances.

One response to “Timeless Regency: An Evening at Almack’s

  1. Maria

    Sweet, clean regency romance collection…

    This collection has some of my favorite regency writers so I was excited to read it.

    The Heart’s Choice by Sally Britton
    I liked both Mattie and Oliver. (Beatrice I was not so fond of as she seemed to think the whole world revolved around her but even she was able to push others toward happiness in the end). Mattie and Oliver were both caring people. I liked how they both treated her father who suffered from dementia. The outcome of the novella was predictable but it was an enjoyable read. Kind of a second chance romance since they first knew one another in their youth.

    My Unfair Lady by Elizabeth Johns
    First off, that is a clever title. I enjoyed the interaction between Lord Deverell and Rua. I was amused with the war of wits between them and that they were both aware of what was going on rather than the joke being on just one of them. And of course their war of wits could only lead to love.

    Six Wishes by Sarah M. Eden
    This novella was the sad one. I felt such heart ache through out as the family prepared themselves to lose their beloved daughter/sister. This one was also a second chance romance since the sisters find themselves befriended once again by the neighbor of their youth whom they hadn’t seen since the death of his parents 5 years earlier. The care for the ailing Angelina touched my heart as did their desire to grant her six wishes in experiencing a London Season. And I loved how having learned that time is often short Angelina pushed Felicity to forget the usual timidity in expressing feelings and grasp for happiness while she could. The happily ever after is there in the story but it is underlined with the grief of losing loved ones through out.

    No sex, language or violence

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