Sunday, November 29, 2015

Review: Treasuring Theresa by Susana Ellis

Treasuring Theresa

by Susana Ellis

Regency Historical Romance
ebook, 44 pages
January 3, 2013 by Ellora's Cave Publishing Inc.

At the betrothal ball of the man she had expected to marry herself, Lady Theresa latches on to the most dashing gentleman present, hoping to divert attention from her own humiliation. That gentleman happens to be her father’s distant cousin and heir, Damian Ashby, a useless London fribble, in her opinion. He is not favorably impressed with her either.

But when her father becomes mortally ill and Damian is unwillingly obligated to spend time with her at the Earl’s country estate, the two of them unexpectedly find admirable qualities in each other and discover a mutual attraction.

But can a London swell and a country lady ever make their diverse lives and interests work together?

My Thoughts

I really love this book. It has a very interesting plot and lovable characters.

Lady Theresa went to the engagement ball of her close friend, Reese. She thought she would be marrying him one day and his impromptu decision to marry another left her alone with no hope of marrying a nice gentleman. When her father's distant cousin, Damian Ashby stayed in her estate since her father was sick, she was really busy taking care of her father and the estate, not to mention the event coming up. When Damian showed that he was more than London fribble, she was rethinking her judgement.

Theresa was a young woman with a compassionate heart and she loved people around her. She respected everyone in the village. I really love her character. Damian was a rakehell at first, but when he saw Theresa's caring nature, he began to realize that she was a better woman and he became devoted to her. It was really sweet that he adored her eyes more than anything else.

A must read!!!

Source: From Susana Ellis which does not affect my review in any way.

About the Author

Susana Ellis has always had stories in her head waiting to come out, especially when she learned to read and her imagination began to soar. Voracious reading led to a passion for writing, and her fascination with romance and people of the past landed her firmly in the field of historical romance.

A teacher in her former life, Susana lives in Toledo, Ohio in the summer and central Florida in the winter. She is a member of the Central Florida Romance Writers and the Beau Monde chapters of RWA and Maumee Valley Romance Inc.

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