Monday, January 27, 2014

Historical Fiction Virtual Book Tours Book Review: The Untitled Lady

About An Untitled Lady
Publication Date: December 20, 2013
Musa Publishing
ISBN: 9781619375963

Shocking family news forces Madeline Wetherby to abandon her plans to marry an earl and settle for upstart Manchester merchant Nash Quinn. When she discovers that her birth father is one of the weavers her husband is putting out of work—and a radical leader—Maddie must decide which family she truly desires, the man of her heart or the people of her blood.

An earl’s second son, Nash chose a life of Trade over Society. When protest marches spread across Lancashire, the pressure on him grows. If he can’t make both workers and manufacturers see reason he stands to lose everything: his business, his town, and his marriage.

As Manchester simmers under the summer sun, the choices grow more stark for Maddie and Nash: Family or justice. Love or money. Life or death.
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Review: It is so wonderful to find a romance novel that is more than just a romance novel. It is a novel that is rich in history and is more than just a deb looking for her mate.

I think the cover might put off some readers, it is definitely a book worth checking out, especially if you are interested in the time period more so than the usual round of balls at Almack's and talk of Prinny.

In fact, that's one of the reasons I recommend this book. It opens you eyes to the time period as well has being a romantic novel.

This book was so different from what I am used to reading and so much more. Maddie and Nash's story is one that will keep you turning the pages.

Rating: 5 flowers

About the Author

Nicky Penttila writes stories with adventure and love, and often with ideas and history as well. She enjoys coming up with stories that are set in faraway cities and countries, because then she *must* travel there, you know, for research. She lives in Maryland with her reading-mad husband and amazing rescue cat.

She’s chattiest on Twitter, @NickyPenttila, and can also be found at and on Facebook.


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