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Friday, September 30, 2011

I had the pleasure of reading A Necessary Deception for endorsement. What a privilege! Here's what I said: Laurie Alice Eakes weaves the fine silk threads of historical richness, dangerous intrigue, and forbidden romance into a flawless literary tapestry. This is Georgette Heyer meets Terri Blackstock in 1812 Regency London, an adventure that will leave readers breathless.

In addition to my endorsement, I feel compelled to write a review of this exciting book. Laurie Alice Eakes seamlessly weaves historical details into the fabric of the story, carrying readers away to 1812 Regency London with romance, intrigue, and spiritual truths. This author never fails to tell an enthralling story with characters you believe in and exciting adventures that always satisfy.

The romance between Lydia and Christien is fresh and endearing. Lydia is a charming heroine who thinks her time for romance has long departed. Christien is a hero everyone can believe it. We know they will get together in the end, but how on earth? The secondary characters also add to the story and pave the way for the coming sequels.

However, it is the suspense takes this story deeper than a typical romance. With her scholarly knowledge of the Regency period, Eakes creates a spine tingling adventure that keeps the reader guessing at the outcome.

A Necessary Deception is available in the format of your choice: bound book or e-book. So what are you waiting for? Get your copy now and get lost in 1812 London, where the suspense is as thick as the fog and you can never be sure who your friends are. And that’s half of the fun.


Blogger Patsy said...

Louise, I love reading books set in that time period. It sounds really good. I've have to check it out.


October 7, 2011 at 7:18 AM  

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