Julie Johnstone has quickly became one of my favorite historical romance authors. I like her style of writing and she has a great talent for telling an interesting story. Season for Surrender is a relatively quick read that I thoroughly enjoyed.
I don't normally judge a book by it's cover but when I love the cover as much as I love the story inside I always feel the need to mention the beautiful cover work. Check out that beautiful cover, that along with Julie Johnstone's name would make me want to pick up this book.
Lillian Lancaster has had a lot of things happen in her life and most of them have been really bad. This poor girl is still very strong and independent and trying to take care of people that are very important to her. Her jerk of a father has left a will that says she has to marry or lose the theater that means so much to her. The very last thing she ever wants to do is marry after her past experiences. However she is determined to save the theater and the jobs of the people that work there.
Lord Edgeworth is determined to never marry. He is just not interested in that type of headache. So when his family says he must marry or his grandfather is taking away all support, he has a big decision to make. When Lillian suggest a marriage of convenience, they both think this is the perfect answer.
I loved that this marriage started off with respect for each other and things developed from there for both of them. I don't want to tell you too much about this wonderful story. I want you to go grab your own copy and enjoy it for yourself. I will tell you that I found this to be one tremendously sweet story that I truly enjoyed reading. There is plenty of drama and a steamy scene or two that kept me flipping pages quickly.
If you enjoy a good historical romance, I think you will enjoy this one. If you are already a fan of Julie Johnstone then don't wait, hurry! Go grab a copy of this book so you may start enjoying Lillian and Edgeworth's story. I think you are going to love this story, I know that I certainly did.
I was given the opportunity to read this great story so that I may share my thoughts with you. As always it has been my great pleasure to share my thoughts with you on Season for Surrender.