Edenbrooke by Julianne Donaldson

Whimsy Journals


For a long, long time Edenbrooke (by Julianne Donaldson) was on my to-be-read list. The blurb was excellent, ratings on goodreads remarkable and that pretty cover totally sold me out. But obviously with everything so much flawless I didn’t, even for a second, consider that the book was going to be a complete bummer.

Marianne Daventry, a seventeen year old girl has been rusticating in Bath after her mother’s death. Meanwhile her twin sister Cecily is busy enjoying the London season. When she is invites Marianne to Edenbrooke, a grand country estate, she is ecstatic. While Cecily wants to win over Sir Philip, the heir of Edenbrooke, all Marianne wants is to enjoy the country air and twirl, yes I’m not kidding. She never considers that she may herself get attracted to Philip. After a number of ups and downs – a threatening highwayman, morning horse rides, a few misunderstandings, a…

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