The Heiress Effect (Brothers Sinister, #2)
Publisher: Courtney Milan
, British Literature
, Historical Fiction
, Historical Romance
, Regency Romance
, Victorian Romance
This was an adorable little read.Perfect for the distraction I was looking for.We are following a story of Jane.Poor Jane, she doesn't know any better, so she simply does the exact opposite instead of putting effort in and failing. She's over the top, extreme in topic, loud in conversation and overa...
On the strength of her incredible inheritance, Jane Fairfield is, despite her questionable birth, undoubtedly a catch. Which is normally a terrific thing, except marriage would mean separation from her epileptic little sister Emily, who languishes underneath the dubious care of an overprotective gua...
Courtney Milan is an auto-buy author for me. Her historical romance novels never fail to draw me into her world and into the lives of her characters. Her characters are never conventional or cliched. They feel like real people with quirks and flaws. I always have a really emotional response to her s...
4/5; 4 stars; A-Courtney Milan has some mighty fine characters in her stories.I really enjoyed Jane Fairfield. This book has a lot to say about judging people (or rather, not judging them) and accepting the people in your life for who they are, not who you think they should be. Both Jane and Fre...
Courtney Milan can clearly write. She is talented. But for me this is a round up to three stars read. I liked most of the story, especially the first half. (Of course, downhill is not ideal as far as enjoyment of a book.) It's simply personal preference that I don't care for this type of male prota...