Friday, January 25, 2013

Great Review of The Folly at Falconbridge Hall!






InD'Tale Magazine has given THE FOLLY AT FALCONBRIDGE HALL a 5 Star Review!



Vanessa Ashley is still grieving over the death of her parents

when she arrives at Falconbridge Hall. She has refused the help of a wealthy, titled uncle to accept the position of governess to Blythe, daughter of Lord Julian Falconbridge.

A scientist, Lord Falconbridge travels extensively to the

Amazon and is not home most of the time. Blythe, although a

delightful child, has been melancholy since the death of

her mother and is longing for her father's affections. As Vanessa

unravels the curious aspects of both the disappearance of the

former governess and the perplexing nature of Lord

Falconbridge she discovers her own heart has begun to heal and

is ready to find love.

Intrigue and mystery is introduced early in this story and

soon captures the reader's attention ten-fold! The author

deftly writes the character of Vanessa as strong-willed and

well-educated, making her a very interesting character that

gains one's respect and admiration. Lord Falconbridge is

equally interesting with his scientific knowledge and as the

reader journeys with him to the Amazon, the story is graced with

an exotic aspect. Thereʼs even more intrigue, however, as Lord

Falconbridge also employs a gypsy named Lovel who can

seduce a person with one look.

Suddenly, the reader is in the middle of a full blown whodunnit

with Scotland Yard on the case!

The author deserves high praise for her ability to capture the

reader's attention and engage one in both the mystery and the

romance of this delightful story!

Margaret Faria

InD’Tale Magazine

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