About the Book
A violent storm. A sleepless night. A test.
Emma Widmore has longed to return to her childhood home since the day she was forced to leave it after her father’s death. Widmore Manor represents every hope Emma has ever had and every person she has ever loved. When she feels drawn back to Widmore Manor on a stormy night, she is granted refuge by the one person she is sure would still know her after all these years. But when James Atwood—heir of Widmore Manor and Emma’s childhood friend—shows nothing but suspicion, Emma’s hope falters. After hearing rumors of a test—a standard—that other young women have failed, Emma worries that she, too, will fail. As Emma seeks to understand this test, she must be reconciled with her past and learn what being home truly means.
Readers have fallen in love with this unique and moving regency retelling of The Princess and the Pea. Get your copy today!
About the Author
Jessilyn Stewart Peaslee was born into a family of avid readers, music lovers, and movie quoters. She graduated from Brigham Young University with a BA in English. Her debut novel, Ella, was awarded the Silver Quill by the League of Utah Writers. Jessilyn grew up in the beautiful high desert of Southern California and now resides in the shadow of the Rocky Mountains with her handsome husband and five incredible sons. As you read this, she is probably folding laundry . . . or should be.
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Author Jessilyn Peaslee has written a delightful and enchanting regency fairytale retelling of The Princess and the Pea. Readers that love regency romance and fairytale retellings will immediately be drawn to and fall in love with this charming read. This story is of a childhood friendship turned, a test, and a sweet romance. This is an enthralling feel good story that will give readers all the warm fuzzies. Readers will immerse themselves in the story and will not want to come back out again. This is a light, fun, charming story that readers will absolutely adore!
Series: Once Upon a Regency
Genre: regency, romance, historical, fairytale
Publication date: June 15, 2019
Number of pages: 147
Other books in the series:
1-The Fairest Heart by Heather Chapman
2-The Midnight Heiress by Ashtyn Newbold
3-Spun of Gold by Jen Geigle Johnson
4-Beauty's Rose by Rebecca J. Greenwood
A review copy of this book was provided purchased for review. A review was not required and all views and opinions expressed are my own.
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