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Review: A Noble Masquerade

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Review: A Noble Masquerade

A Noble Masquerade by Kristi Ann Hunteranobelmasquerade
Reviewed by: Mary Ann Bell
Genre: Christian Historical Romance
Publisher: Bethany House
Publication Date: September 1, 2015

In this novel, we are transported back to the 1800’s where there levels in society, and one lives by the rules of the class they were born into. Here we are introduced to Lady Miranda Hawthorne who acts every inch the lady she has been brought up to be, but inside she desires to be bold and carefree. As she approaches spinsterhood in the eyes of society, she is after all 22 years old, she empties her deepest, private feelings in letters to her brother’s old school friend, the Duke of Marshington; whom she has never met.

One morning, she accidentally bumps into her brother’s new valet, who is very mysterious and handsome. Miranda is horrified when her brother’s mysterious new valet, Marlow, mistakenly mails one of the letters to the unsuspecting duke, which she never had any intention of sending these journal letters to a man she’s never actually met.

Miranda receives a reply from the duke that soon leads to a lively correspondence. Uncertainty about her lack of suitors soon becomes a muddle of thoughts as Miranda finds herself equally fascinated by Marlow, a man she has come to depend upon but whose behavior grows more suspicious by the day. As the secret goings-on at her family’s estate come to light, one thing is certain: Miranda’s heart is far from all that’s at risk for the Hawthorne’s and those they love.

This is book one of three in Hawthorne House Book Series. It is well written and keeps the reader captivated, wondering what will happen next.

The characters flow naturally in the story; and the reader can easily identify with one or more of the characters. The book deals with issues that we face day to day, although we live in a different era, they all are relevant to today.

This book is a wonderful read, and I look forward to reading more from this author.

Rated G: It’s an enjoyable book any age could read.

Reviewer’s copy was provided by Publisher. Thank you!


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