A Practical Arrangement
Publisher: Nadja Notariani
Pages no: 196
Evangeline has always been in her sister Melody’s shadow; the plainer of the two sisters, she fully expects to stay a spinster. When her father decides it’s time for Evangeline to marry and Melody to re-marry; she doesn’t put much stock in it. Who would marry her when most only see Melody?Thomas M...
I admit that I love the cover on this book. It is perfect for the story within. This book captured me with the first chapter. I was fascinated with this book. When reading I got a sense that the author had stepped from the time when Jane Austen was writing. Yes, I compared this modern author to some...
The premise of arranged marriages is something that I find highly interesting, one one my favorite plots to be honest, it’s rich to see how these relationships could work out. However I wasn’t particularly excited about how the author decided to tell this story.A Practical Arrangement is a curious b...
4 stars - Reviewed in InD'Tale, November 2012. See full review here
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