Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Before She Became A Lady Historical Romance

Before She Became A Lady

By: Wareeze Woodson
Genres: Historical Fiction, Romance


DESCRIPTION: Laurel Collingsworth, seventeen and deeply in love, expects to marry her hero and live in wedded bliss forever after. Instead, with the ink barely dry on the marriage lines, Lord Robert Laningham is called away to Spain and the war. With a heavy heart, she sends her husband off with a kiss and a prayer for his safe return.
Now alone in her new role of Lady Laningham, she faces a series of terrifying events, shadowy intruders, missing jewelry, and mysterious footfalls in the night. Added to her alarms, she must fight her hostile sister-in-law for the reigns of her husband’s establishment. When Lord Robert Laningham returns, can she convince him danger stalks the halls of the ancient mansion? In his wounded state, will he listen, or must she protect her child, her recovering husband, and her household by herself?

REVIEW:

Margie
Rating: 5.0
Before She Became A Lady is a suspenseful mystery romance. I absolutely loved laurel, the main character! At the start of the story, she is the poster child for innocence, followed by light rebellion. She's just a girl when she falls in love and chooses to marry, but throughout the coarse of the book you get to see her evolve into a real woman.
I thought reading this text was much like watching a butterfly break from it's cocoon - artful, pleasant, and suspenseful.
When her husband has to up and leave for war, Laurel is left alone to face the terrors that flood the night. Alone and in charge, Laurel has no choice but to step up to the plate and solve these break in mysteries.
The romance and suspense were spot on perfection! I'm not just saying that. I mean I honest to god felt like I was Laurel on multiple occasions and it scared the hell out of me!! (Not the love making! That part was very romantic and not at all scary, I promise. This isn't Mr. Penn.)
I loved the historical time period, as well. It's no secret I'm obsessed with historical fiction and the mannerisms and setting in this book specifically did NOT disappoint! In fact, this is one of the best historical romances I have ever read! It's truly capturing, breathtaking, and a lot of other -ings! I recommend this book for those who enjoy a little mystery added to their historical romance.

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