ARC Review: Royally Ever After by Loretta Chase

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ARC Review: Royally Ever After by Loretta Chase
Royally Ever After

3 Stars


Book Info

Released: 07 April 2015
Genre: Historical Romance
Pages: 192
 

“This was such a charming duo of novellas!” ~ Under the Covers

At this point in a review I normally dive into a brief (hopefully spoiler free) synopsis of the book, but with Royally Ever After I am giving this a miss. This book is two historical romance novellas put together, Lord Lovedon’s Duel and The Jilting of Lord Rothwick.

This was such a charming duo of novellas! I haven’t read much of Loretta Chase, but it has certainly perked my interest in finding out more and doing an extensive Goodreads search. Both novellas were romantic with some gentle humour threaded in and although I preferred the first one, Lord Lovedon’s Duel I had a great time reading them both.

If you want something quick and fun to read, and perhaps haven’t tried any Loretta Chase novels before and want a taster, this is a great book, especially at only £/$0.99 (I feel we Brits have missed out somewhere with the pricing!).

 

About Loretta Chase

Loretta Lynda Chekani was born in 1949, of Albanian ancestry. For her, the trouble started when she learned to write in first grade. Before then, she had been making up her own stories but now she knew how to write them down to share. In her teenage years, she continue to write letters, keep a journal, write poetry and even attempt the Great American Novel (still unfinished). She attended New England public schools, before she went off to college and earned an English degree from Clark University.

After graduation, she worked a variety of jobs at Clark including a part-time teaching post. She was also moonlighting as a video scriptwriter. It was there that she met a video producer who inspired her to write novels and marry him. Under her married name, Loretta Chase, has been publishing historical romance novels since 1987. Her books have won many awards, including the Romance Writers of America RITA.

 

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Timitra

Thanks for the review Suzanne

Elizabeth

I’ve loved some of her books and thought others were eh…so i’ll wait and see on this ….thanks!

Amy R

Thanks for the review.