A Fatal Waltz
Publish date: May 20th 2008
Pages no: 320
Edition language: English
Series: Lady Emily (#3)
At a country house party, invited by her friend Ivy, Lady Emily Ashton expects that she will be irritated but she doesn't expect that her one of her irritations would end up dead. Ivy's husband is arrested for the murder and Emily feels that she needs to defend the innocent and prove who did it. It'...
Reading the first Lady Emily book I of course adored the characters but it wasn't just that. I was also amazed by the attention to detail about life in the Victorian times and the amount of research that has clearly gone into it.Which makes it even more disappointing that the author didn't bother wi...
I'll admit, I read a short story the author posted online about Emily and Colin that takes place immediately after A Fatal Waltz, before I read this book. The short story was replete with spoilers, so I knew, in essence, how this book ended. I don't mind spoilers and I've been known to seek them o...
Once again I'm impressed with all the details of Edwardian culture that Tasha Alexander gets right. It makes her novels a pleasure to read.
I was on the edge of my seat reading this book... And I blush to say that I didn't give Colin as much faith as Lady Emily did! The Countess had me seeing red every time she was present; I realize that was her purpose and goal. She'd have had an easy time of it with me, if I'd have been Lady Emily!So...