“How could you not know that there is nothing in the world I want as much as I want you?”

Edenbrooke, Julianne Donaldson

Edenbrooke was written by Julianne Donaldson in 2012. Genre: romance. Proper romance.

This book was introduced to me by my best friend, and I’m so glad it was! This book has officially made it to my favorites list. Now, bare with me for this one. This book is a type of story you can’t exactly describe in a review. You have to read it to really understand how touching the story is.

The story takes place in 1816 Bath, England. The main character is Miss Marianne Daventry. In the beginning of the story, she is invited by her sister to stay at the Edenbrooke estate for the summer with her sister’s friends. And her grandmother is expecting to her learn to be a proper lady by the end of the summer. And Miss Marianne thinks she’s anything but! But her journey there goes off rails right at the beginning. And there’s more happening at Edenbrooke, and in her own heart, than she expected!

The characters are all so unique, each created with their own secrets! The creativity behind each person is magnificent!

This story is definitely for those who like a good laugh. The relationship between the two characters is crafted in such a way you can never stop laughing and smiling at what goes on between them! You can’t help but fall in love with them yourself.

The story is written in such a fashion that you see the attitude and writing style from the 1800s, yet it’s easy to read. It’s light and airy with a style that is still easy to understand and very easy to enjoy.

I can’t think of anything I don’t like about this book. It’s clean, easy to read, suspenseful, and funny.

Overall, I give this book a 5 star rating!

You can check it out on amazon here.

-R.E. Klinzing

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The Magic of Book Dedications

To my sister Audrey. Thanks for being my wall.T.S.O. The Bayshire, R.E. Klinzing Hello readers! Welcome back, where today we are talking about book dedications. I know it isn’t something usually discussed in book writing, or a necessary addition to a story, but they are important nonetheless. A book dedication, like the one from The…

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