P.S. I Love You



[PDF / Epub] ☁ P.S. I Love You By Miranda Neville – E17streets4all.co.uk Handsome, inarticulate Frank Newnham asks for his cousin, Christian s help when he woos Rosanne Lacy by letter Rosanne falls for Frank s delicious prose, but when they meet in person at a ducal house Handsome, inarticulate Frank Newnham asks for his cousin, Christian s help when he woos Rosanne Lacy by letter Rosanne falls for Frank s delicious prose, but when they meet in person at a ducal house party, Rosanne can t understand why Frank seems so dull And why is P.S. I PDF \ she drawn to the dark, brooding Earl of Bruton, with his scarred face and air of melancholy This , words Regency novella was inspired by Cyrano de Bergerac but with the happy ending readers crave It was originally published in the anthology At The Duke s Wedding.P.S. I Love You

Miranda Neville grew up in England, loving the books of Georgette Heyer and other Regency romances She now lives in Vermont with her daughter and an immensely talented cat who made a book trailer for her novel The Importance of Being Wicked Her historical romances published by Avon P.S. I PDF \ include the popular Burgundy Club series, about Regency book collectors, and The Wild Quartet Since Goodreads is for readers, I don t interact about reviews here though I do appreciate them, positive or otherwise If you have any questions or comments about my books or characters, I d love to hear them through the contact form on my website, or on my Facebook page.

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  • 101 pages
  • P.S. I Love You
  • Miranda Neville
  • English
  • 08 October 2019

10 thoughts on “P.S. I Love You

  1. says:

    Well, I m not a big fan of Cyrano de Bergerac retellings Or homages Whatever you want to call them Considering Cyrano spoiler view spoiler the retelling end happily hide spoiler There s too much dishonesty inherent in the premise.But bigger problem for me here is once the truth came out, everything happened WAY too quickly I kept scrolling back to see if I missed something Well, I m not a big fan of Cyrano de Bergerac retellings Or homages Whatever you want to call them Considering Cyrano spoiler view spoiler the retelling end happily hide spoiler There s too much dishonesty inherent in the premise.But bigger problem for me here is once the truth came out, everything happened WAY too quickly I kept scrolling back to see if I missed something

  2. says:

    A rather cute retelling of the Cyrano plot, which unfortunately turns totally unbelievable towards the end, particularly because of a too fast pacing, even for a novella Thus the 2,5 stars.

  3. says:

    What do a scarred, embittered gentleman, a handsome, albeit speechless around women, gentleman a beautiful woman have in common The makings for an amusing novella by Miranda Neville.What s a cousin to do when he s asked by his handsome, easy going cousin to help him write letters to the woman he has fallen in love with Christian, Lord Bruton, reluctantly helps Frank write love letters to the girl he s fallen in love with after briefly meeting her at a house party No one has caught Rosanne s What do a scarred, embittered gentleman, a handsome, albeit speechless around women, gentleman a beautiful woman have in common The makings for an amusing novella by Miranda Neville.What s a cousin to do when he s asked by his handsome, easy going cousin to help him write letters to the woman he has fallen in love with Christian, Lord Bruton, reluctantly helps Frank write love letters to the girl he s fallen in love with after briefly meeting her at a house party No one has caught Rosanne s attention until she meets the handsome Lieutenant Frank Newnham at a house party And the letters she receives from him have her falling in love UNTIL they meet again at another house party Rosanne is having a hard time relating to the silent Frank to the passionate Frank of her letters While Christian, realizing that he has fallen in love with his cousin s lady What follows is a wonderfully amusing story of honor the power of love.I adore Ms Neville s writing P.S I Love you does not disappoint

  4. says:

    This novella is a quick nice read whose potential was somewhat poorly exploited The Cyrano trope would have allowed, if not demanded, aengaging correspondence andarticulate wooing, while the balcony scene e.g was hastily done with barely two worn out quotations from Shakespeare and the correspondence lacked both charachter and depth with the only exception of one episode that is at least pivotal in the plot It you like the idea of love based on affinity of souls discovered through This novella is a quick nice read whose potential was somewhat poorly exploited The Cyrano trope would have allowed, if not demanded, aengaging correspondence andarticulate wooing, while the balcony scene e.g was hastily done with barely two worn out quotations from Shakespeare and the correspondence lacked both charachter and depth with the only exception of one episode that is at least pivotal in the plot It you like the idea of love based on affinity of souls discovered through correspondence with the hindrance of initial mistaken identities, I recommend Love in the Afternoon by Lisa Kleypass

  5. says:

    Cute story.

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