Review: THE SHORT AND FASCINATING TALE OF ANGELINA WHITCOMBE by Sabrina Darby

About the book:

Wanted:

A beautiful young woman—preferably one with no connections, who won’t ask too many questions—to spend two weeks in the North of England with an obstinate, aloof, and utterly handsome man.

Must love dogs, fixing up crumbling castles, and gorgeous and complicated war heroes who may or may not be hiding hearts of gold under their gruff exteriors.

Must not, under any circumstances, fall in love . . .

Simpering misses need not apply.

I really enjoyed this story. Angelina is unrepentant about her past and doesn’t hide who she is to John. Their connection is real and sweet. They listen to each other and seem to understand more than just what’s being said. John’s “injury” isn’t something to be fixed and Angelina knows this and doesn’t attempt to fix him. She even tells his mother to give him space. The story is short, but well written with characters and a story line that are completely fleshed out.

(The book is $0.99 on Kindle with a release date of 7/31 – Print is $3.99 with a release date of 8/14)

the book girl gives THE SHORT AND FASCINATING TALE OF ANGELINA WHITCOMBE a 5/5

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2 thoughts on “Review: THE SHORT AND FASCINATING TALE OF ANGELINA WHITCOMBE by Sabrina Darby

  1. Aw, sounds like a good story. I’m always looking for good short reads — too busy this summer to get much reading done!

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