This is a full-length novel, not a traditional Regency but a surprisingly intricate cloak-and-dagger, spy-and-adventure story with a generous splash of romance. The amount of plotting, organization, and research that went into this book's preparation leave me astonished. The clever, well-sorted resolution, and the sweet romance, are more than satisfying. I've been pleased with author Sherry Gloag's work before; this time, not even the occasional misplaced word or lacking quote marks dulled my delight nor stopped me from clicking through to the next screen. Well done indeed, lady!
Vivian Roycroft is a pseudonym for historical fiction and adventure writer J. Gunnar Grey. And if she’s not careful, her pseudonymous pseudonym will have its own pseudonym soon, too. With its own e-reader, a yarn stash, an old Hermès hunt saddle, and a turtle sundae at Culver‘s.
A Different Sort of Perfect
Works in progress:
Kissing the Toad: In Berkeley Square, book #1