With three London seasons behind her and no husband to show for it, forthright and direct Julia is getting a little desperate. An opportunity to stay with a relative far from the humiliation of London looks like a true blessing until she meets Henry. He of the title, extensive lands, and firmly locked heart. Will Julia overcome the embarrassment of her fruitless search for a bridegroom in time to thaw Henry’s frozen heart?
In Paula Kremser’s newest novel, To Suit a Suitor, all the elements are there for a fun, energetic romp through the ballrooms of Regency England. Beautiful, but sadly unattached heroine. Life-saving, aging cousin. Conniving mother. Self-absorbed sister. Mysterious friend. And heart-broken suitor. All crafted together to create a glorious, page-turner of a romance.
I was not compensated in any way for reading and reviewing this delightful romance. Except that Paula promised to read mine. Best. Trade. Ever!
About the Author:
Paula Kremser began writing while living in
England, so choosing to write about the Regency
era was no coincidence. She is an avid reader, but decided to write because sometimes stories just didn’t go the way she wanted. She obviously has control issues; just ask her four kids. She hopes to someday win an award for writing, in the meantime, she brags about once winning a
bubble gum blowing competition. She continually practices that skill (along with writing) in her new hometown of Sandy, Utah.