About the Book
When Mahala Kent’s tea party honoring her brother’s marriage turns into a brawl over tea, she’s forced out of her wealthy neutrality. A public debate on the subject pushes her even closer to her childhood friend and hoped-for suitor, Jothan Stout. Will the arrival of a tea shipment in Greenwich push Jothan and Mahala further apart—or give them a common taste for herbal infusions?
About the Author
Darlene Franklin’s greatest claim to fame is that she writes full-time from a nursing home. She lives in Oklahoma, near her son and his family, and continues her interests in playing the piano and singing, books, good fellowship, and reality TV in addition to writing.
Ms. Franklin is a graduate of Northeastern Bible College and Southwestern Baptist Seminary. Her devotionals have appeared in sixteen books and five magazines. It is Well with My Soul was written and compiled by Ms. Franklin.
Ms. Franklin has also written more than thirty works of fiction. Connect with Darlene on:
Darlene Franklin’s A Teacup Courtship was an absolute delight to read! I am a huge fan of historical fiction stories and the 18th Century time period. This story takes place during the unrest between Mother England and America and the argument over tea. I thoroughly enjoy reading about this struggle. Darelen’s novella in the A Teacup Courtship Collection has fun characters, including spunky and opinionated Mahala Kent, as well as a history based and pleasurable story with Tea Party debates and of course mention of dumping tea in the ocean so Americans can get their point across to England. There is also a bit of romance, which enhances this charming tale. I would recommend this novella to readers that enjoy historical fiction and stories that take place in the 18th Century.
Series: A Teacup Courtship Novella
Genre: historical fiction, Boston Tea Party, 18th Century
Publisher: Forget Me Not Romances, a division of Winged
Publication date: January 22, 2016
Number of pages: 72
Content Rating: PG, some violence due to Tea Party activities and debates, but nothing graphic
Book Rating: 5 stars
Other books in this novella collection:
1-A Touch of Sugar by Cynthia Hickey
3-Gold Dust Tea by Teresa Ives Lilly
A review copy of this book was provided by Darlene Franklin's Street Team.
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