Review of A Springtide Meeting by Emily Murdoch

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I received a copy of this book from the author, this is my honest review.

I discovered this author while reading Have Yourself A Merry Little Secret during Christmas. I adored her novella, Christmas With A Czar. From there I put her on my to be read list. The author was kind enough to gift me a copy of this novella for my honest review. This is the introductory novella to her Seasons Of Love series. It is a sweet historical romance novella. It was a nice change from the Regency England novels I have been reading lately! Below is my review. I really enjoyed reading and reviewing this story and look forward to reading more from this author!

A refreshing, romantic little love story!

This was the love story between Timothy and Cordelia, set in Weymouth. It was a lovely short story. The story focused on the conversations of the primary characters. The dialogue was quick-witted and fast paced. The push and pull between the two characters was electric. The characters themselves were well developed for such a short story. The plot moved well. I loved the backdrop of the sea, it was such a refreshing change from London. The connection between the two was electric, you could feel the attraction between them. I utterly enjoyed this quick read and look forward to reading the next book in this series and her other series as well. I would recommend this novella to anyone who loves sweet historical romance.

That is all for now, have a great day! Until next time!

Published by jelee1976

I love to review historical romance books! I discuss book reviews, thoughts on authors and series, and just general stuff about me!

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