Reviews - Historical

To Kiss a Wallflower (Timeless Regency Collection Anthology)
Jen Geigle Johnson, Heather B. Moore &
Anneka R. Walker

“To Kiss a Wallflower” is a three-story anthology including ‘The Wallflower’s Dance’, ‘Letters to a Wallflower’, and ‘To Marry a Wallflower’. The stories are all standalone and complete. In ‘The Wallflower’s Dance’, shy and introverted Lottie Hughes relies on her two friends, Denny and Grace, to guide her through the social season.

When Katherine Radbourne goes in search of her missing brother, she’s abducted by Morgan Langston, Earl of Whetherford who mistakes her for another woman who stole from his family. He’s tired of the life he was living and has reconciled himself to his duty to marry and produce an heir. Yet, he believes love has no place in a marriage.

Disillusioned by the state of her parents’ marriage and infidelity, Diana Kendricks is perfectly happy with the prospect of living out her life in spinsterhood. That is, until she meets Lord James Barrington, known as the Marquess of Magic. James has loved magic his entire life, often using it as a shield for his emotions. When Diana returns to visit Mrs.

Thoroughly Captivated
Chantry
Dawes

It’s in the early nineteenth century and Captain War is busy making sure none of his men is left behind helpless as his battalion retreats from the battlefield near Erivan. Pulling them from the physical fires caused by their enemy’s cannons comes almost naturally. Mending all their scars and making his wounded men functional again is his second item in his list of priorities.

Lady Lucretia Tifton, beautiful and pregnant, is trapped in a horrible marriage to Sir Matthew Tifton. Lucretia runs away trying to escape from Matthew but is stopped by a judgmental furniture-maker, Mr. Giles Morecambe, who brings her back home. Matthew, on his deathbed, shows his hatred.

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