Monday, April 17, 2017

#Review A Lady to Remember by Samantha Grace

I know I have a good book on my hands when I pick it up and finish it in one setting. A Lady to Remember by Samantha Grace is one of those realllllly good books that was impossible to put down. 

Lady Adele Sinclair is one of those characters that I bonded with quickly. This lady has not had an easy life. Life throws her another obstacles just when she thought everything was going well and she had found the love of her life. 

So once again Lady Adele and her brother set off on their own. It's time for Adele's brother to find a different way of paying the rent and this time Adele finds a way to help too. It's a whole lot less dangerous than how her brother Harry was keeping them fed and a roof over the their head. Oh my... that boy was living dangerously. I have to admit I wasn't fond of Harry to start with. I didn't agree with some of his ways but the more I read I think he truly was just doing what he had to do to take care of his sister.

Marcus Fletcher is caught up in something that is not his fault. He is parted from his lovely lady Adele and a lot is kept from him. I felt so sorry for Marcus. This guy is punished for something he didn't do and then is left out of the loop and has no idea why his beloved isn't there. 

I could go on and on about this book. I truly was captivated and could not turn the pages fast enough. I don't want to tell you too much though because you will want to enjoy each of the emotions as I did, while you read. 

One of my favorite scenes is when Adele and Marcus run into each other in the theater. What an incredible surprise for both of them. Their reactions and the reactions of those around them are just are perfect. It was an interesting twist to the story. There is so much these two have to work though and so many misunderstandings that have to be reveled. If they are going to get their happily ever after it's not going to be an easy task that is for sure. 

There is a mystery in this book that I have a feeling may play out to be more than expected at this time. I am so anxious for the next book in this series to see what Ms. Grace has in story for us very lucky readers. 

This is the second book in the Drayton Theatre Production series. I found that it stood on it's own just fine though. I haven't had a chance to read the first book in the series but after reading this one I sure would like to. I didn't feel like I was missing any information that distracted my enjoyment of the story at all. 

Overall I was completely captivated by the story line. The characters are charming, charismatic, and easy to bond with. I always enjoy Samantha Grace's writing style. She has a nice smooth writing voice that makes the story just flow. The drama and suspense kept me on the edge of my seat and the romance was heart breaking and then heart melting. 

I was given the opportunity to read this fabulous story and it has been my great pleasure to share my thoughts with you.

You may read more of my reviews on Samantha Grace's work here.

Resisting Romeo (Drayton Theatre Production Book 1) by [Grace, Samantha]

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