Reading: Her Ladyship’s Companion

I love how Evangeline Collins writes!  I think I picked up this book at the 2010 RWA National Conference, but I’m not sure.  I brought home at least two dozen books and accumulate hords of romance novels from friends, book stores, and library sales so it’s really hard to say exactly from whence it came.  Maybe it was hidden in the depths of my goody bag from the Southern Lights Conference.  However it arrived in my house, I’m thrilled to have lifted it from one of my TBR stacks.

The writing is suberb and the setting descriptions are so well executed I feel like I’m in the carriage with the h/h, or in the garden, or hot house, etc.

Her Ladyship’s Companion

The emotions, actions, and reactions of the characters are perfect and plausible.  I wish I could live in their world with them.  The only thing that depresses me about this story is that it will come to an end. 😦  I’m trying to read it slow, to savor each and every page.

This story definitely gets a 5-star rating from me. 🙂

Advertisements

4 thoughts on “Reading: Her Ladyship’s Companion

  1. 5 star? Got to check it out.

    Your blog is gorgeous.
    jgavinallan.wordpress.com

    when you have time, can you check out my blog? May is important month for my floundering career.
    Thanks
    Jaye

    Like

    • I loved it and can’t wait to buy her next book. I thought the writing was superb and scene-setting perfect.

      Thanks for the props on my theme choice! I adore it. 🙂

      I’m heading over to your blog to find out why May is important. I confess to wondering why maybe April or June aren’t so much! *grin*

      Like

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s