Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Bath, England of 1810

Prelude for a Lord by Camille Elliot is a beautiful period drama. I loved that the heroine Alethea Sutherton is going against the norm of the time and chooses to play the violin even if all believe it wrong for her to do so. It was a breathe of fresh air that she was of mature age and was fighting the social standards. I instantly fell for her and the situation she has to battle to be her truest self and fortunately she finds the one man that will complete her and that would be equally challenging Lord "Bay" Dommick. He may not be the type of guy that women will be interested in for who he is, but his qualities and demeanor are intriguing to Alethea. Both have fought the expectations of society and will embark in life-changing decisions that will bring them together and they will also create some of the most beautiful music. Period dramas are my favorite to read and this one is a must. I was given a review copy from Booklookbloogers and all opinions are my own.

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