Suitors and Sabotage

Suitors and Sabotage

Shy aspiring artist Imogene Chively has just had a successful Season in London, complete with a suitor of her father's approval. Imogene is ambivalent about the young gentleman until he comes to visit her at the Chively estate with his younger brother in tow. When her interest is piqued, however, it is for the wrong brother. Charming Ben Steeple has a secret: despite being Shy aspiring artist Imogene Chively has just had a successful Season in London, complete with a suitor of her father'...

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Title:Suitors and Sabotage
Author:Cindy Anstey
Rating:
Genres:Historical
ISBN:1250145651
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:336 pages pages

Suitors and Sabotage Reviews

  • katayoun Masoodi
    Apr 23, 2018

    4.5 stars. Might round up to five, haven't decided! ***Review posted on The Eater of Books! blog*** Suitors and Sabotage by Cindy Anstey Publisher: Swoon Reads Publication Date: April 17, 2018 Rating: 4 stars Source: ARC sent by the publisher Summary (from Goodreads): ...

    I have loved all of Cindy?s previous books, so I was beyond eager to start reading this one. I loved Imogene and Ben. She?s smart and he?s charming and together they?re really good people with the most chemistry you could have during this time period. I?m a sucker for the...

    The story started as Imogene was supposed to be engaged to Ernest but as we get through the book, Imogene realized that she isn?t in love with Ernest but only see him as a friend because her heart belonged to Ernest?s brother, Ben. Imogene is a shy lady with a passion for arts. She...

    ARC received from Netgalley for a fair review. When Imogene has a good season in London, her family deems it best for the most suitable gentleman to join them over the summer. She is eager to get to know her suitor better as a proposal is bound to come, that is until she meets his y...

    I mean when do I ever say no to historical fiction? ...

    In which a young lady finds her attention is drawn to her charming but rather serious suitor?s hotter younger brother.? Apologies to Cindy Anstey for my rather poor attempt to emulate her humorous chapter headings that playfully evoke the era of Jane Austen. Some of my favourite...

    hello friends, you can read this review on my blog as well! --- I am a bit unsure about Suitors and Sabotage. One the one hand, I did like the growing attraction between Ben and Imogene. On the other, it was really messy and complicated between the two. This third novel by Anstey ...

    Full Review at Tale Out Loud | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram Actual rating: 3.5 out of 5 stars "Love was a gift, a compliment. It might not be reciprocated..." Imogene Chively's suitor Ernest Steeple arrived at the Gracebridge Manor a little too early with his brother Ben St...

    As a huge Jane Austen and Regency-era fan this book seemed right up my ally, but unfortunately I was just so incredibly?.. bored and uninterested that I decided it just wasn?t worth it when I could be reading something I actually want to read, you know? You feel? You get me? Fir...

    I've come to realize that I really enjoy historical fiction whether it has magic or not. Question that I don't have an answer to: was this story inspired by the play, The Importance of Being Ernest ???? We follow a story of a group of four - essentially a very messy love square ...

    I received an e-ARC in exchange for an honest review. Review can be found on *Milky Way of Books* I really enjoyed Suitors and Sabotage! There is a unique style in Cindy's books that reminds you strongly of Pride and Prejudice"! All the English form and attitude, the shy heroine who...

    I hope this is a great fluffy romance followed by some stabby stabby ...

    This book has such a nice cover and, as a fan of both Jane Austen and mysteries, I was hype to read Suitors and Sabotage. Reading the other reviews here has got me a little disquieted, because most of them are full of praise, and the one word I came away with to describe this book was ...

    Another book by Cindy Anstey.Pinch me, please. ...

    Added to my TBR because of Alyssa's very convincing review @ The Eater of Books! ...

    This book was provided by the publisher. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. I'm not sure if it was intentional, butSuitors and Sabotage reminded me a bit of Shakespeare'sA Midsummer Night's Dream. To be fair, it's referenced in the book as t...

    Another utterly delightful YA historical romance from Cindy Anstey! The romantic entanglements and the mysterious accidents befalling one of the suitors created for quite a web of intrigue. Cindy writes such charming characters and stories, with witty banter and English manners. Though...

    This was a cute book. If you aren't a fan of love triangles, this isn't a book for you, haha. I have to say I didn't mind it in this book. The mystery element was nice as well. I am part of the blog tour and my full review can be read here: https://thebookdutchesses.wordpress.c... ...

    Cindy Anstey has done it again! Another adorable, swoon worthy story set in the Regency era had me hooked from the first chapter. Don't even get me started on how amazing and charming Benjamin Steeple is....I think he is by far my new favorite leading man from Anstey! Imogen is pretty ...

    Review and more can be found at https://smadasbooksmack.blogspot.com/ ** "Might I have the return of my hands, Ben?" Ben looked down to see that Imogen's hands were encased in his. He rather liked the way they fit together; then he realized that he had been holding them overlong. "...

    Rating: 3.5 stars but leaning more towards 3 Almost exactly two years ago, I reviewed Anstey's debut, Love, Lies and Spies . I really enjoyed that one, and I hoped for the same sort of experience withSuitors and Sabotage. Alas, I will admit I didn't get as stuck in to this as th...

    Suitors and Sabotage is Cindy Anstey's third novel. It centres around Imogene, who is getting prepared for her possible engagement to one Ernest Steeple, and Benjamin, who happens to be Ernest's brother. However, both Imogene and Benjamin hit it off while Imogene's best friend, Emi...

    Actual Rating 2.5 Stars AS SEEN ON: A THOUSAND WORDS A MILLION BOOKS I received an ARC from Macmillan Intl in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are entirely my own. Over the last few months, I?ve been reading more romance books than ever before. I a...

    Suitors and Sabotage is fun and flirtatious. It?s an endearing and cheeky story set in the regency period. For lovers of historical fiction romances, this one is for you. I thought this one was really cute. It had an elegant writing style and was very engaging. It reminded me of r...

    I recently finished Love, Lies, and Spies, so I was excited to get my hands on an ARC of Suitors and Sabotage. While I enjoyed it, I didn't feel like it was as strong of an offering as the first book. (Still need to read Duels and Deception, though.) Imogene Chivey is courting the atte...

    Thanks to NetGalley and Macmillan Children's/Swoon reads for providing this free eARC. I haven't read other Cindy Anstey titles, but picked this one on the strength of the fun title, cover art, and descriptions that mentioned Jane Austen. I don't think the book lived up to the prom...

    It was a good and entertaining story, and such an easy read even with the well applied old-English vocabulary. My few problems with this book are simply personal taste: the romantic feelings can be a tad too sappy; and it annoys me how the characters always know their feelings so well....

    Mystery aspect barely there and the romance was predictable. ...

    read the first couple of chapters and the two last ones, and can't say that i liked the story or the writing. ...

  • Scrill
    Apr 15, 2018

    4.5 stars. Might round up to five, haven't decided! ***Review posted on The Eater of Books! blog*** Suitors and Sabotage by Cindy Anstey Publisher: Swoon Reads Publication Date: April 17, 2018 Rating: 4 stars Source: ARC sent by the publisher Summary (from Goodreads): ...

    I have loved all of Cindy?s previous books, so I was beyond eager to start reading this one. I loved Imogene and Ben. She?s smart and he?s charming and together they?re really good people with the most chemistry you could have during this time period. I?m a sucker for the...

    The story started as Imogene was supposed to be engaged to Ernest but as we get through the book, Imogene realized that she isn?t in love with Ernest but only see him as a friend because her heart belonged to Ernest?s brother, Ben. Imogene is a shy lady with a passion for arts. She...

    ARC received from Netgalley for a fair review. When Imogene has a good season in London, her family deems it best for the most suitable gentleman to join them over the summer. She is eager to get to know her suitor better as a proposal is bound to come, that is until she meets his y...

  • Jen (The Starry-Eyed Revue)
    Apr 25, 2018

    4.5 stars. Might round up to five, haven't decided! ***Review posted on The Eater of Books! blog*** Suitors and Sabotage by Cindy Anstey Publisher: Swoon Reads Publication Date: April 17, 2018 Rating: 4 stars Source: ARC sent by the publisher Summary (from Goodreads): ...

    I have loved all of Cindy?s previous books, so I was beyond eager to start reading this one. I loved Imogene and Ben. She?s smart and he?s charming and together they?re really good people with the most chemistry you could have during this time period. I?m a sucker for the...

    The story started as Imogene was supposed to be engaged to Ernest but as we get through the book, Imogene realized that she isn?t in love with Ernest but only see him as a friend because her heart belonged to Ernest?s brother, Ben. Imogene is a shy lady with a passion for arts. She...

    ARC received from Netgalley for a fair review. When Imogene has a good season in London, her family deems it best for the most suitable gentleman to join them over the summer. She is eager to get to know her suitor better as a proposal is bound to come, that is until she meets his y...

    I mean when do I ever say no to historical fiction? ...

    In which a young lady finds her attention is drawn to her charming but rather serious suitor?s hotter younger brother.? Apologies to Cindy Anstey for my rather poor attempt to emulate her humorous chapter headings that playfully evoke the era of Jane Austen. Some of my favourite...

    hello friends, you can read this review on my blog as well! --- I am a bit unsure about Suitors and Sabotage. One the one hand, I did like the growing attraction between Ben and Imogene. On the other, it was really messy and complicated between the two. This third novel by Anstey ...

    Full Review at Tale Out Loud | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram Actual rating: 3.5 out of 5 stars "Love was a gift, a compliment. It might not be reciprocated..." Imogene Chively's suitor Ernest Steeple arrived at the Gracebridge Manor a little too early with his brother Ben St...

    As a huge Jane Austen and Regency-era fan this book seemed right up my ally, but unfortunately I was just so incredibly?.. bored and uninterested that I decided it just wasn?t worth it when I could be reading something I actually want to read, you know? You feel? You get me? Fir...

    I've come to realize that I really enjoy historical fiction whether it has magic or not. Question that I don't have an answer to: was this story inspired by the play, The Importance of Being Ernest ???? We follow a story of a group of four - essentially a very messy love square ...

    I received an e-ARC in exchange for an honest review. Review can be found on *Milky Way of Books* I really enjoyed Suitors and Sabotage! There is a unique style in Cindy's books that reminds you strongly of Pride and Prejudice"! All the English form and attitude, the shy heroine who...

    I hope this is a great fluffy romance followed by some stabby stabby ...

    This book has such a nice cover and, as a fan of both Jane Austen and mysteries, I was hype to read Suitors and Sabotage. Reading the other reviews here has got me a little disquieted, because most of them are full of praise, and the one word I came away with to describe this book was ...

    Another book by Cindy Anstey.Pinch me, please. ...

    Added to my TBR because of Alyssa's very convincing review @ The Eater of Books! ...

    This book was provided by the publisher. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. I'm not sure if it was intentional, butSuitors and Sabotage reminded me a bit of Shakespeare'sA Midsummer Night's Dream. To be fair, it's referenced in the book as t...

    Another utterly delightful YA historical romance from Cindy Anstey! The romantic entanglements and the mysterious accidents befalling one of the suitors created for quite a web of intrigue. Cindy writes such charming characters and stories, with witty banter and English manners. Though...

  • Aimee ♥ | Aimee, Always
    Feb 18, 2018

    4.5 stars. Might round up to five, haven't decided! ***Review posted on The Eater of Books! blog*** Suitors and Sabotage by Cindy Anstey Publisher: Swoon Reads Publication Date: April 17, 2018 Rating: 4 stars Source: ARC sent by the publisher Summary (from Goodreads): ...

    I have loved all of Cindy?s previous books, so I was beyond eager to start reading this one. I loved Imogene and Ben. She?s smart and he?s charming and together they?re really good people with the most chemistry you could have during this time period. I?m a sucker for the...

    The story started as Imogene was supposed to be engaged to Ernest but as we get through the book, Imogene realized that she isn?t in love with Ernest but only see him as a friend because her heart belonged to Ernest?s brother, Ben. Imogene is a shy lady with a passion for arts. She...

    ARC received from Netgalley for a fair review. When Imogene has a good season in London, her family deems it best for the most suitable gentleman to join them over the summer. She is eager to get to know her suitor better as a proposal is bound to come, that is until she meets his y...

    I mean when do I ever say no to historical fiction? ...

    In which a young lady finds her attention is drawn to her charming but rather serious suitor?s hotter younger brother.? Apologies to Cindy Anstey for my rather poor attempt to emulate her humorous chapter headings that playfully evoke the era of Jane Austen. Some of my favourite...

    hello friends, you can read this review on my blog as well! --- I am a bit unsure about Suitors and Sabotage. One the one hand, I did like the growing attraction between Ben and Imogene. On the other, it was really messy and complicated between the two. This third novel by Anstey ...

    Full Review at Tale Out Loud | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram Actual rating: 3.5 out of 5 stars "Love was a gift, a compliment. It might not be reciprocated..." Imogene Chively's suitor Ernest Steeple arrived at the Gracebridge Manor a little too early with his brother Ben St...

    As a huge Jane Austen and Regency-era fan this book seemed right up my ally, but unfortunately I was just so incredibly?.. bored and uninterested that I decided it just wasn?t worth it when I could be reading something I actually want to read, you know? You feel? You get me? Fir...

    I've come to realize that I really enjoy historical fiction whether it has magic or not. Question that I don't have an answer to: was this story inspired by the play, The Importance of Being Ernest ???? We follow a story of a group of four - essentially a very messy love square ...

    I received an e-ARC in exchange for an honest review. Review can be found on *Milky Way of Books* I really enjoyed Suitors and Sabotage! There is a unique style in Cindy's books that reminds you strongly of Pride and Prejudice"! All the English form and attitude, the shy heroine who...

    I hope this is a great fluffy romance followed by some stabby stabby ...

    This book has such a nice cover and, as a fan of both Jane Austen and mysteries, I was hype to read Suitors and Sabotage. Reading the other reviews here has got me a little disquieted, because most of them are full of praise, and the one word I came away with to describe this book was ...

    Another book by Cindy Anstey.Pinch me, please. ...

    Added to my TBR because of Alyssa's very convincing review @ The Eater of Books! ...

  • Erin Arkin
    Mar 17, 2018

    4.5 stars. Might round up to five, haven't decided! ***Review posted on The Eater of Books! blog*** Suitors and Sabotage by Cindy Anstey Publisher: Swoon Reads Publication Date: April 17, 2018 Rating: 4 stars Source: ARC sent by the publisher Summary (from Goodreads): ...

    I have loved all of Cindy?s previous books, so I was beyond eager to start reading this one. I loved Imogene and Ben. She?s smart and he?s charming and together they?re really good people with the most chemistry you could have during this time period. I?m a sucker for the...

    The story started as Imogene was supposed to be engaged to Ernest but as we get through the book, Imogene realized that she isn?t in love with Ernest but only see him as a friend because her heart belonged to Ernest?s brother, Ben. Imogene is a shy lady with a passion for arts. She...

    ARC received from Netgalley for a fair review. When Imogene has a good season in London, her family deems it best for the most suitable gentleman to join them over the summer. She is eager to get to know her suitor better as a proposal is bound to come, that is until she meets his y...

    I mean when do I ever say no to historical fiction? ...

    In which a young lady finds her attention is drawn to her charming but rather serious suitor?s hotter younger brother.? Apologies to Cindy Anstey for my rather poor attempt to emulate her humorous chapter headings that playfully evoke the era of Jane Austen. Some of my favourite...

    hello friends, you can read this review on my blog as well! --- I am a bit unsure about Suitors and Sabotage. One the one hand, I did like the growing attraction between Ben and Imogene. On the other, it was really messy and complicated between the two. This third novel by Anstey ...

    Full Review at Tale Out Loud | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram Actual rating: 3.5 out of 5 stars "Love was a gift, a compliment. It might not be reciprocated..." Imogene Chively's suitor Ernest Steeple arrived at the Gracebridge Manor a little too early with his brother Ben St...

    As a huge Jane Austen and Regency-era fan this book seemed right up my ally, but unfortunately I was just so incredibly?.. bored and uninterested that I decided it just wasn?t worth it when I could be reading something I actually want to read, you know? You feel? You get me? Fir...

    I've come to realize that I really enjoy historical fiction whether it has magic or not. Question that I don't have an answer to: was this story inspired by the play, The Importance of Being Ernest ???? We follow a story of a group of four - essentially a very messy love square ...

    I received an e-ARC in exchange for an honest review. Review can be found on *Milky Way of Books* I really enjoyed Suitors and Sabotage! There is a unique style in Cindy's books that reminds you strongly of Pride and Prejudice"! All the English form and attitude, the shy heroine who...

    I hope this is a great fluffy romance followed by some stabby stabby ...

    This book has such a nice cover and, as a fan of both Jane Austen and mysteries, I was hype to read Suitors and Sabotage. Reading the other reviews here has got me a little disquieted, because most of them are full of praise, and the one word I came away with to describe this book was ...

    Another book by Cindy Anstey.Pinch me, please. ...

    Added to my TBR because of Alyssa's very convincing review @ The Eater of Books! ...

    This book was provided by the publisher. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. I'm not sure if it was intentional, butSuitors and Sabotage reminded me a bit of Shakespeare'sA Midsummer Night's Dream. To be fair, it's referenced in the book as t...

    Another utterly delightful YA historical romance from Cindy Anstey! The romantic entanglements and the mysterious accidents befalling one of the suitors created for quite a web of intrigue. Cindy writes such charming characters and stories, with witty banter and English manners. Though...

    This was a cute book. If you aren't a fan of love triangles, this isn't a book for you, haha. I have to say I didn't mind it in this book. The mystery element was nice as well. I am part of the blog tour and my full review can be read here: https://thebookdutchesses.wordpress.c... ...

    Cindy Anstey has done it again! Another adorable, swoon worthy story set in the Regency era had me hooked from the first chapter. Don't even get me started on how amazing and charming Benjamin Steeple is....I think he is by far my new favorite leading man from Anstey! Imogen is pretty ...

    Review and more can be found at https://smadasbooksmack.blogspot.com/ ** "Might I have the return of my hands, Ben?" Ben looked down to see that Imogen's hands were encased in his. He rather liked the way they fit together; then he realized that he had been holding them overlong. "...

    Rating: 3.5 stars but leaning more towards 3 Almost exactly two years ago, I reviewed Anstey's debut, Love, Lies and Spies . I really enjoyed that one, and I hoped for the same sort of experience withSuitors and Sabotage. Alas, I will admit I didn't get as stuck in to this as th...

    Suitors and Sabotage is Cindy Anstey's third novel. It centres around Imogene, who is getting prepared for her possible engagement to one Ernest Steeple, and Benjamin, who happens to be Ernest's brother. However, both Imogene and Benjamin hit it off while Imogene's best friend, Emi...

    Actual Rating 2.5 Stars AS SEEN ON: A THOUSAND WORDS A MILLION BOOKS I received an ARC from Macmillan Intl in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are entirely my own. Over the last few months, I?ve been reading more romance books than ever before. I a...

    Suitors and Sabotage is fun and flirtatious. It?s an endearing and cheeky story set in the regency period. For lovers of historical fiction romances, this one is for you. I thought this one was really cute. It had an elegant writing style and was very engaging. It reminded me of r...

    I recently finished Love, Lies, and Spies, so I was excited to get my hands on an ARC of Suitors and Sabotage. While I enjoyed it, I didn't feel like it was as strong of an offering as the first book. (Still need to read Duels and Deception, though.) Imogene Chivey is courting the atte...

    Thanks to NetGalley and Macmillan Children's/Swoon reads for providing this free eARC. I haven't read other Cindy Anstey titles, but picked this one on the strength of the fun title, cover art, and descriptions that mentioned Jane Austen. I don't think the book lived up to the prom...

    It was a good and entertaining story, and such an easy read even with the well applied old-English vocabulary. My few problems with this book are simply personal taste: the romantic feelings can be a tad too sappy; and it annoys me how the characters always know their feelings so well....

    Mystery aspect barely there and the romance was predictable. ...

    read the first couple of chapters and the two last ones, and can't say that i liked the story or the writing. ...

    Full review to come. ...

  • Dani (Dani Reviews Things & Love in a time of Feminism)
    Apr 19, 2018

    4.5 stars. Might round up to five, haven't decided! ***Review posted on The Eater of Books! blog*** Suitors and Sabotage by Cindy Anstey Publisher: Swoon Reads Publication Date: April 17, 2018 Rating: 4 stars Source: ARC sent by the publisher Summary (from Goodreads): ...

    I have loved all of Cindy?s previous books, so I was beyond eager to start reading this one. I loved Imogene and Ben. She?s smart and he?s charming and together they?re really good people with the most chemistry you could have during this time period. I?m a sucker for the...

    The story started as Imogene was supposed to be engaged to Ernest but as we get through the book, Imogene realized that she isn?t in love with Ernest but only see him as a friend because her heart belonged to Ernest?s brother, Ben. Imogene is a shy lady with a passion for arts. She...

    ARC received from Netgalley for a fair review. When Imogene has a good season in London, her family deems it best for the most suitable gentleman to join them over the summer. She is eager to get to know her suitor better as a proposal is bound to come, that is until she meets his y...

    I mean when do I ever say no to historical fiction? ...

    In which a young lady finds her attention is drawn to her charming but rather serious suitor?s hotter younger brother.? Apologies to Cindy Anstey for my rather poor attempt to emulate her humorous chapter headings that playfully evoke the era of Jane Austen. Some of my favourite...

    hello friends, you can read this review on my blog as well! --- I am a bit unsure about Suitors and Sabotage. One the one hand, I did like the growing attraction between Ben and Imogene. On the other, it was really messy and complicated between the two. This third novel by Anstey ...

    Full Review at Tale Out Loud | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram Actual rating: 3.5 out of 5 stars "Love was a gift, a compliment. It might not be reciprocated..." Imogene Chively's suitor Ernest Steeple arrived at the Gracebridge Manor a little too early with his brother Ben St...

    As a huge Jane Austen and Regency-era fan this book seemed right up my ally, but unfortunately I was just so incredibly?.. bored and uninterested that I decided it just wasn?t worth it when I could be reading something I actually want to read, you know? You feel? You get me? Fir...

    I've come to realize that I really enjoy historical fiction whether it has magic or not. Question that I don't have an answer to: was this story inspired by the play, The Importance of Being Ernest ???? We follow a story of a group of four - essentially a very messy love square ...

    I received an e-ARC in exchange for an honest review. Review can be found on *Milky Way of Books* I really enjoyed Suitors and Sabotage! There is a unique style in Cindy's books that reminds you strongly of Pride and Prejudice"! All the English form and attitude, the shy heroine who...

    I hope this is a great fluffy romance followed by some stabby stabby ...

    This book has such a nice cover and, as a fan of both Jane Austen and mysteries, I was hype to read Suitors and Sabotage. Reading the other reviews here has got me a little disquieted, because most of them are full of praise, and the one word I came away with to describe this book was ...

    Another book by Cindy Anstey.Pinch me, please. ...

    Added to my TBR because of Alyssa's very convincing review @ The Eater of Books! ...

    This book was provided by the publisher. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. I'm not sure if it was intentional, butSuitors and Sabotage reminded me a bit of Shakespeare'sA Midsummer Night's Dream. To be fair, it's referenced in the book as t...

    Another utterly delightful YA historical romance from Cindy Anstey! The romantic entanglements and the mysterious accidents befalling one of the suitors created for quite a web of intrigue. Cindy writes such charming characters and stories, with witty banter and English manners. Though...

    This was a cute book. If you aren't a fan of love triangles, this isn't a book for you, haha. I have to say I didn't mind it in this book. The mystery element was nice as well. I am part of the blog tour and my full review can be read here: https://thebookdutchesses.wordpress.c... ...

    Cindy Anstey has done it again! Another adorable, swoon worthy story set in the Regency era had me hooked from the first chapter. Don't even get me started on how amazing and charming Benjamin Steeple is....I think he is by far my new favorite leading man from Anstey! Imogen is pretty ...

    Review and more can be found at https://smadasbooksmack.blogspot.com/ ** "Might I have the return of my hands, Ben?" Ben looked down to see that Imogen's hands were encased in his. He rather liked the way they fit together; then he realized that he had been holding them overlong. "...

    Rating: 3.5 stars but leaning more towards 3 Almost exactly two years ago, I reviewed Anstey's debut, Love, Lies and Spies . I really enjoyed that one, and I hoped for the same sort of experience withSuitors and Sabotage. Alas, I will admit I didn't get as stuck in to this as th...

  • Grace
    Jan 02, 2018

    4.5 stars. Might round up to five, haven't decided! ***Review posted on The Eater of Books! blog*** Suitors and Sabotage by Cindy Anstey Publisher: Swoon Reads Publication Date: April 17, 2018 Rating: 4 stars Source: ARC sent by the publisher Summary (from Goodreads): ...

    I have loved all of Cindy?s previous books, so I was beyond eager to start reading this one. I loved Imogene and Ben. She?s smart and he?s charming and together they?re really good people with the most chemistry you could have during this time period. I?m a sucker for the...

    The story started as Imogene was supposed to be engaged to Ernest but as we get through the book, Imogene realized that she isn?t in love with Ernest but only see him as a friend because her heart belonged to Ernest?s brother, Ben. Imogene is a shy lady with a passion for arts. She...

    ARC received from Netgalley for a fair review. When Imogene has a good season in London, her family deems it best for the most suitable gentleman to join them over the summer. She is eager to get to know her suitor better as a proposal is bound to come, that is until she meets his y...

    I mean when do I ever say no to historical fiction? ...

    In which a young lady finds her attention is drawn to her charming but rather serious suitor?s hotter younger brother.? Apologies to Cindy Anstey for my rather poor attempt to emulate her humorous chapter headings that playfully evoke the era of Jane Austen. Some of my favourite...

    hello friends, you can read this review on my blog as well! --- I am a bit unsure about Suitors and Sabotage. One the one hand, I did like the growing attraction between Ben and Imogene. On the other, it was really messy and complicated between the two. This third novel by Anstey ...

    Full Review at Tale Out Loud | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram Actual rating: 3.5 out of 5 stars "Love was a gift, a compliment. It might not be reciprocated..." Imogene Chively's suitor Ernest Steeple arrived at the Gracebridge Manor a little too early with his brother Ben St...

    As a huge Jane Austen and Regency-era fan this book seemed right up my ally, but unfortunately I was just so incredibly?.. bored and uninterested that I decided it just wasn?t worth it when I could be reading something I actually want to read, you know? You feel? You get me? Fir...

    I've come to realize that I really enjoy historical fiction whether it has magic or not. Question that I don't have an answer to: was this story inspired by the play, The Importance of Being Ernest ???? We follow a story of a group of four - essentially a very messy love square ...

    I received an e-ARC in exchange for an honest review. Review can be found on *Milky Way of Books* I really enjoyed Suitors and Sabotage! There is a unique style in Cindy's books that reminds you strongly of Pride and Prejudice"! All the English form and attitude, the shy heroine who...

    I hope this is a great fluffy romance followed by some stabby stabby ...

    This book has such a nice cover and, as a fan of both Jane Austen and mysteries, I was hype to read Suitors and Sabotage. Reading the other reviews here has got me a little disquieted, because most of them are full of praise, and the one word I came away with to describe this book was ...

  • Stacee
    Nov 18, 2017

    4.5 stars. Might round up to five, haven't decided! ***Review posted on The Eater of Books! blog*** Suitors and Sabotage by Cindy Anstey Publisher: Swoon Reads Publication Date: April 17, 2018 Rating: 4 stars Source: ARC sent by the publisher Summary (from Goodreads): ...

    I have loved all of Cindy?s previous books, so I was beyond eager to start reading this one. I loved Imogene and Ben. She?s smart and he?s charming and together they?re really good people with the most chemistry you could have during this time period. I?m a sucker for the...

  • Cathy
    Apr 19, 2018

    4.5 stars. Might round up to five, haven't decided! ***Review posted on The Eater of Books! blog*** Suitors and Sabotage by Cindy Anstey Publisher: Swoon Reads Publication Date: April 17, 2018 Rating: 4 stars Source: ARC sent by the publisher Summary (from Goodreads): ...

    I have loved all of Cindy?s previous books, so I was beyond eager to start reading this one. I loved Imogene and Ben. She?s smart and he?s charming and together they?re really good people with the most chemistry you could have during this time period. I?m a sucker for the...

    The story started as Imogene was supposed to be engaged to Ernest but as we get through the book, Imogene realized that she isn?t in love with Ernest but only see him as a friend because her heart belonged to Ernest?s brother, Ben. Imogene is a shy lady with a passion for arts. She...

    ARC received from Netgalley for a fair review. When Imogene has a good season in London, her family deems it best for the most suitable gentleman to join them over the summer. She is eager to get to know her suitor better as a proposal is bound to come, that is until she meets his y...

    I mean when do I ever say no to historical fiction? ...

    In which a young lady finds her attention is drawn to her charming but rather serious suitor?s hotter younger brother.? Apologies to Cindy Anstey for my rather poor attempt to emulate her humorous chapter headings that playfully evoke the era of Jane Austen. Some of my favourite...

  • Sarah
    Apr 03, 2018

    4.5 stars. Might round up to five, haven't decided! ***Review posted on The Eater of Books! blog*** Suitors and Sabotage by Cindy Anstey Publisher: Swoon Reads Publication Date: April 17, 2018 Rating: 4 stars Source: ARC sent by the publisher Summary (from Goodreads): ...

    I have loved all of Cindy?s previous books, so I was beyond eager to start reading this one. I loved Imogene and Ben. She?s smart and he?s charming and together they?re really good people with the most chemistry you could have during this time period. I?m a sucker for the...

    The story started as Imogene was supposed to be engaged to Ernest but as we get through the book, Imogene realized that she isn?t in love with Ernest but only see him as a friend because her heart belonged to Ernest?s brother, Ben. Imogene is a shy lady with a passion for arts. She...

    ARC received from Netgalley for a fair review. When Imogene has a good season in London, her family deems it best for the most suitable gentleman to join them over the summer. She is eager to get to know her suitor better as a proposal is bound to come, that is until she meets his y...

    I mean when do I ever say no to historical fiction? ...

    In which a young lady finds her attention is drawn to her charming but rather serious suitor?s hotter younger brother.? Apologies to Cindy Anstey for my rather poor attempt to emulate her humorous chapter headings that playfully evoke the era of Jane Austen. Some of my favourite...

    hello friends, you can read this review on my blog as well! --- I am a bit unsure about Suitors and Sabotage. One the one hand, I did like the growing attraction between Ben and Imogene. On the other, it was really messy and complicated between the two. This third novel by Anstey ...

    Full Review at Tale Out Loud | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram Actual rating: 3.5 out of 5 stars "Love was a gift, a compliment. It might not be reciprocated..." Imogene Chively's suitor Ernest Steeple arrived at the Gracebridge Manor a little too early with his brother Ben St...

    As a huge Jane Austen and Regency-era fan this book seemed right up my ally, but unfortunately I was just so incredibly?.. bored and uninterested that I decided it just wasn?t worth it when I could be reading something I actually want to read, you know? You feel? You get me? Fir...

    I've come to realize that I really enjoy historical fiction whether it has magic or not. Question that I don't have an answer to: was this story inspired by the play, The Importance of Being Ernest ???? We follow a story of a group of four - essentially a very messy love square ...

    I received an e-ARC in exchange for an honest review. Review can be found on *Milky Way of Books* I really enjoyed Suitors and Sabotage! There is a unique style in Cindy's books that reminds you strongly of Pride and Prejudice"! All the English form and attitude, the shy heroine who...

    I hope this is a great fluffy romance followed by some stabby stabby ...

    This book has such a nice cover and, as a fan of both Jane Austen and mysteries, I was hype to read Suitors and Sabotage. Reading the other reviews here has got me a little disquieted, because most of them are full of praise, and the one word I came away with to describe this book was ...

    Another book by Cindy Anstey.Pinch me, please. ...

    Added to my TBR because of Alyssa's very convincing review @ The Eater of Books! ...

    This book was provided by the publisher. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. I'm not sure if it was intentional, butSuitors and Sabotage reminded me a bit of Shakespeare'sA Midsummer Night's Dream. To be fair, it's referenced in the book as t...

    Another utterly delightful YA historical romance from Cindy Anstey! The romantic entanglements and the mysterious accidents befalling one of the suitors created for quite a web of intrigue. Cindy writes such charming characters and stories, with witty banter and English manners. Though...

    This was a cute book. If you aren't a fan of love triangles, this isn't a book for you, haha. I have to say I didn't mind it in this book. The mystery element was nice as well. I am part of the blog tour and my full review can be read here: https://thebookdutchesses.wordpress.c... ...

    Cindy Anstey has done it again! Another adorable, swoon worthy story set in the Regency era had me hooked from the first chapter. Don't even get me started on how amazing and charming Benjamin Steeple is....I think he is by far my new favorite leading man from Anstey! Imogen is pretty ...

    Review and more can be found at https://smadasbooksmack.blogspot.com/ ** "Might I have the return of my hands, Ben?" Ben looked down to see that Imogen's hands were encased in his. He rather liked the way they fit together; then he realized that he had been holding them overlong. "...

    Rating: 3.5 stars but leaning more towards 3 Almost exactly two years ago, I reviewed Anstey's debut, Love, Lies and Spies . I really enjoyed that one, and I hoped for the same sort of experience withSuitors and Sabotage. Alas, I will admit I didn't get as stuck in to this as th...

    Suitors and Sabotage is Cindy Anstey's third novel. It centres around Imogene, who is getting prepared for her possible engagement to one Ernest Steeple, and Benjamin, who happens to be Ernest's brother. However, both Imogene and Benjamin hit it off while Imogene's best friend, Emi...

    Actual Rating 2.5 Stars AS SEEN ON: A THOUSAND WORDS A MILLION BOOKS I received an ARC from Macmillan Intl in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are entirely my own. Over the last few months, I?ve been reading more romance books than ever before. I a...

    Suitors and Sabotage is fun and flirtatious. It?s an endearing and cheeky story set in the regency period. For lovers of historical fiction romances, this one is for you. I thought this one was really cute. It had an elegant writing style and was very engaging. It reminded me of r...

    I recently finished Love, Lies, and Spies, so I was excited to get my hands on an ARC of Suitors and Sabotage. While I enjoyed it, I didn't feel like it was as strong of an offering as the first book. (Still need to read Duels and Deception, though.) Imogene Chivey is courting the atte...

    Thanks to NetGalley and Macmillan Children's/Swoon reads for providing this free eARC. I haven't read other Cindy Anstey titles, but picked this one on the strength of the fun title, cover art, and descriptions that mentioned Jane Austen. I don't think the book lived up to the prom...

  • mith
    Nov 26, 2017

    4.5 stars. Might round up to five, haven't decided! ***Review posted on The Eater of Books! blog*** Suitors and Sabotage by Cindy Anstey Publisher: Swoon Reads Publication Date: April 17, 2018 Rating: 4 stars Source: ARC sent by the publisher Summary (from Goodreads): ...

    I have loved all of Cindy?s previous books, so I was beyond eager to start reading this one. I loved Imogene and Ben. She?s smart and he?s charming and together they?re really good people with the most chemistry you could have during this time period. I?m a sucker for the...

    The story started as Imogene was supposed to be engaged to Ernest but as we get through the book, Imogene realized that she isn?t in love with Ernest but only see him as a friend because her heart belonged to Ernest?s brother, Ben. Imogene is a shy lady with a passion for arts. She...

    ARC received from Netgalley for a fair review. When Imogene has a good season in London, her family deems it best for the most suitable gentleman to join them over the summer. She is eager to get to know her suitor better as a proposal is bound to come, that is until she meets his y...

    I mean when do I ever say no to historical fiction? ...

    In which a young lady finds her attention is drawn to her charming but rather serious suitor?s hotter younger brother.? Apologies to Cindy Anstey for my rather poor attempt to emulate her humorous chapter headings that playfully evoke the era of Jane Austen. Some of my favourite...

    hello friends, you can read this review on my blog as well! --- I am a bit unsure about Suitors and Sabotage. One the one hand, I did like the growing attraction between Ben and Imogene. On the other, it was really messy and complicated between the two. This third novel by Anstey ...

  • Aditi ~ •A Thousand Words A Million Books
    Mar 30, 2018

    4.5 stars. Might round up to five, haven't decided! ***Review posted on The Eater of Books! blog*** Suitors and Sabotage by Cindy Anstey Publisher: Swoon Reads Publication Date: April 17, 2018 Rating: 4 stars Source: ARC sent by the publisher Summary (from Goodreads): ...

    I have loved all of Cindy?s previous books, so I was beyond eager to start reading this one. I loved Imogene and Ben. She?s smart and he?s charming and together they?re really good people with the most chemistry you could have during this time period. I?m a sucker for the...

    The story started as Imogene was supposed to be engaged to Ernest but as we get through the book, Imogene realized that she isn?t in love with Ernest but only see him as a friend because her heart belonged to Ernest?s brother, Ben. Imogene is a shy lady with a passion for arts. She...

    ARC received from Netgalley for a fair review. When Imogene has a good season in London, her family deems it best for the most suitable gentleman to join them over the summer. She is eager to get to know her suitor better as a proposal is bound to come, that is until she meets his y...

    I mean when do I ever say no to historical fiction? ...

    In which a young lady finds her attention is drawn to her charming but rather serious suitor?s hotter younger brother.? Apologies to Cindy Anstey for my rather poor attempt to emulate her humorous chapter headings that playfully evoke the era of Jane Austen. Some of my favourite...

    hello friends, you can read this review on my blog as well! --- I am a bit unsure about Suitors and Sabotage. One the one hand, I did like the growing attraction between Ben and Imogene. On the other, it was really messy and complicated between the two. This third novel by Anstey ...

    Full Review at Tale Out Loud | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram Actual rating: 3.5 out of 5 stars "Love was a gift, a compliment. It might not be reciprocated..." Imogene Chively's suitor Ernest Steeple arrived at the Gracebridge Manor a little too early with his brother Ben St...

    As a huge Jane Austen and Regency-era fan this book seemed right up my ally, but unfortunately I was just so incredibly?.. bored and uninterested that I decided it just wasn?t worth it when I could be reading something I actually want to read, you know? You feel? You get me? Fir...

    I've come to realize that I really enjoy historical fiction whether it has magic or not. Question that I don't have an answer to: was this story inspired by the play, The Importance of Being Ernest ???? We follow a story of a group of four - essentially a very messy love square ...

    I received an e-ARC in exchange for an honest review. Review can be found on *Milky Way of Books* I really enjoyed Suitors and Sabotage! There is a unique style in Cindy's books that reminds you strongly of Pride and Prejudice"! All the English form and attitude, the shy heroine who...

    I hope this is a great fluffy romance followed by some stabby stabby ...

    This book has such a nice cover and, as a fan of both Jane Austen and mysteries, I was hype to read Suitors and Sabotage. Reading the other reviews here has got me a little disquieted, because most of them are full of praise, and the one word I came away with to describe this book was ...

    Another book by Cindy Anstey.Pinch me, please. ...

    Added to my TBR because of Alyssa's very convincing review @ The Eater of Books! ...

    This book was provided by the publisher. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. I'm not sure if it was intentional, butSuitors and Sabotage reminded me a bit of Shakespeare'sA Midsummer Night's Dream. To be fair, it's referenced in the book as t...

    Another utterly delightful YA historical romance from Cindy Anstey! The romantic entanglements and the mysterious accidents befalling one of the suitors created for quite a web of intrigue. Cindy writes such charming characters and stories, with witty banter and English manners. Though...

    This was a cute book. If you aren't a fan of love triangles, this isn't a book for you, haha. I have to say I didn't mind it in this book. The mystery element was nice as well. I am part of the blog tour and my full review can be read here: https://thebookdutchesses.wordpress.c... ...

    Cindy Anstey has done it again! Another adorable, swoon worthy story set in the Regency era had me hooked from the first chapter. Don't even get me started on how amazing and charming Benjamin Steeple is....I think he is by far my new favorite leading man from Anstey! Imogen is pretty ...

    Review and more can be found at https://smadasbooksmack.blogspot.com/ ** "Might I have the return of my hands, Ben?" Ben looked down to see that Imogen's hands were encased in his. He rather liked the way they fit together; then he realized that he had been holding them overlong. "...

    Rating: 3.5 stars but leaning more towards 3 Almost exactly two years ago, I reviewed Anstey's debut, Love, Lies and Spies . I really enjoyed that one, and I hoped for the same sort of experience withSuitors and Sabotage. Alas, I will admit I didn't get as stuck in to this as th...

    Suitors and Sabotage is Cindy Anstey's third novel. It centres around Imogene, who is getting prepared for her possible engagement to one Ernest Steeple, and Benjamin, who happens to be Ernest's brother. However, both Imogene and Benjamin hit it off while Imogene's best friend, Emi...

    Actual Rating 2.5 Stars AS SEEN ON: A THOUSAND WORDS A MILLION BOOKS I received an ARC from Macmillan Intl in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are entirely my own. Over the last few months, I?ve been reading more romance books than ever before. I a...

  • Alyssa
    Apr 11, 2017

    4.5 stars. Might round up to five, haven't decided! ***Review posted on The Eater of Books! blog*** Suitors and Sabotage by Cindy Anstey Publisher: Swoon Reads Publication Date: April 17, 2018 Rating: 4 stars Source: ARC sent by the publisher Summary (from Goodreads): ...

  • Tin
    Apr 18, 2018

    4.5 stars. Might round up to five, haven't decided! ***Review posted on The Eater of Books! blog*** Suitors and Sabotage by Cindy Anstey Publisher: Swoon Reads Publication Date: April 17, 2018 Rating: 4 stars Source: ARC sent by the publisher Summary (from Goodreads): ...

    I have loved all of Cindy?s previous books, so I was beyond eager to start reading this one. I loved Imogene and Ben. She?s smart and he?s charming and together they?re really good people with the most chemistry you could have during this time period. I?m a sucker for the...

    The story started as Imogene was supposed to be engaged to Ernest but as we get through the book, Imogene realized that she isn?t in love with Ernest but only see him as a friend because her heart belonged to Ernest?s brother, Ben. Imogene is a shy lady with a passion for arts. She...

  • Rebecca
    May 04, 2018

    4.5 stars. Might round up to five, haven't decided! ***Review posted on The Eater of Books! blog*** Suitors and Sabotage by Cindy Anstey Publisher: Swoon Reads Publication Date: April 17, 2018 Rating: 4 stars Source: ARC sent by the publisher Summary (from Goodreads): ...

    I have loved all of Cindy?s previous books, so I was beyond eager to start reading this one. I loved Imogene and Ben. She?s smart and he?s charming and together they?re really good people with the most chemistry you could have during this time period. I?m a sucker for the...

    The story started as Imogene was supposed to be engaged to Ernest but as we get through the book, Imogene realized that she isn?t in love with Ernest but only see him as a friend because her heart belonged to Ernest?s brother, Ben. Imogene is a shy lady with a passion for arts. She...

    ARC received from Netgalley for a fair review. When Imogene has a good season in London, her family deems it best for the most suitable gentleman to join them over the summer. She is eager to get to know her suitor better as a proposal is bound to come, that is until she meets his y...

    I mean when do I ever say no to historical fiction? ...

    In which a young lady finds her attention is drawn to her charming but rather serious suitor?s hotter younger brother.? Apologies to Cindy Anstey for my rather poor attempt to emulate her humorous chapter headings that playfully evoke the era of Jane Austen. Some of my favourite...

    hello friends, you can read this review on my blog as well! --- I am a bit unsure about Suitors and Sabotage. One the one hand, I did like the growing attraction between Ben and Imogene. On the other, it was really messy and complicated between the two. This third novel by Anstey ...

    Full Review at Tale Out Loud | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram Actual rating: 3.5 out of 5 stars "Love was a gift, a compliment. It might not be reciprocated..." Imogene Chively's suitor Ernest Steeple arrived at the Gracebridge Manor a little too early with his brother Ben St...

    As a huge Jane Austen and Regency-era fan this book seemed right up my ally, but unfortunately I was just so incredibly?.. bored and uninterested that I decided it just wasn?t worth it when I could be reading something I actually want to read, you know? You feel? You get me? Fir...

    I've come to realize that I really enjoy historical fiction whether it has magic or not. Question that I don't have an answer to: was this story inspired by the play, The Importance of Being Ernest ???? We follow a story of a group of four - essentially a very messy love square ...

    I received an e-ARC in exchange for an honest review. Review can be found on *Milky Way of Books* I really enjoyed Suitors and Sabotage! There is a unique style in Cindy's books that reminds you strongly of Pride and Prejudice"! All the English form and attitude, the shy heroine who...

    I hope this is a great fluffy romance followed by some stabby stabby ...

    This book has such a nice cover and, as a fan of both Jane Austen and mysteries, I was hype to read Suitors and Sabotage. Reading the other reviews here has got me a little disquieted, because most of them are full of praise, and the one word I came away with to describe this book was ...

    Another book by Cindy Anstey.Pinch me, please. ...

    Added to my TBR because of Alyssa's very convincing review @ The Eater of Books! ...

    This book was provided by the publisher. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. I'm not sure if it was intentional, butSuitors and Sabotage reminded me a bit of Shakespeare'sA Midsummer Night's Dream. To be fair, it's referenced in the book as t...

    Another utterly delightful YA historical romance from Cindy Anstey! The romantic entanglements and the mysterious accidents befalling one of the suitors created for quite a web of intrigue. Cindy writes such charming characters and stories, with witty banter and English manners. Though...

    This was a cute book. If you aren't a fan of love triangles, this isn't a book for you, haha. I have to say I didn't mind it in this book. The mystery element was nice as well. I am part of the blog tour and my full review can be read here: https://thebookdutchesses.wordpress.c... ...

    Cindy Anstey has done it again! Another adorable, swoon worthy story set in the Regency era had me hooked from the first chapter. Don't even get me started on how amazing and charming Benjamin Steeple is....I think he is by far my new favorite leading man from Anstey! Imogen is pretty ...

    Review and more can be found at https://smadasbooksmack.blogspot.com/ ** "Might I have the return of my hands, Ben?" Ben looked down to see that Imogen's hands were encased in his. He rather liked the way they fit together; then he realized that he had been holding them overlong. "...

    Rating: 3.5 stars but leaning more towards 3 Almost exactly two years ago, I reviewed Anstey's debut, Love, Lies and Spies . I really enjoyed that one, and I hoped for the same sort of experience withSuitors and Sabotage. Alas, I will admit I didn't get as stuck in to this as th...

    Suitors and Sabotage is Cindy Anstey's third novel. It centres around Imogene, who is getting prepared for her possible engagement to one Ernest Steeple, and Benjamin, who happens to be Ernest's brother. However, both Imogene and Benjamin hit it off while Imogene's best friend, Emi...

    Actual Rating 2.5 Stars AS SEEN ON: A THOUSAND WORDS A MILLION BOOKS I received an ARC from Macmillan Intl in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are entirely my own. Over the last few months, I?ve been reading more romance books than ever before. I a...

    Suitors and Sabotage is fun and flirtatious. It?s an endearing and cheeky story set in the regency period. For lovers of historical fiction romances, this one is for you. I thought this one was really cute. It had an elegant writing style and was very engaging. It reminded me of r...

    I recently finished Love, Lies, and Spies, so I was excited to get my hands on an ARC of Suitors and Sabotage. While I enjoyed it, I didn't feel like it was as strong of an offering as the first book. (Still need to read Duels and Deception, though.) Imogene Chivey is courting the atte...

    Thanks to NetGalley and Macmillan Children's/Swoon reads for providing this free eARC. I haven't read other Cindy Anstey titles, but picked this one on the strength of the fun title, cover art, and descriptions that mentioned Jane Austen. I don't think the book lived up to the prom...

    It was a good and entertaining story, and such an easy read even with the well applied old-English vocabulary. My few problems with this book are simply personal taste: the romantic feelings can be a tad too sappy; and it annoys me how the characters always know their feelings so well....

  • Katherine Paschal
    Apr 19, 2018

    4.5 stars. Might round up to five, haven't decided! ***Review posted on The Eater of Books! blog*** Suitors and Sabotage by Cindy Anstey Publisher: Swoon Reads Publication Date: April 17, 2018 Rating: 4 stars Source: ARC sent by the publisher Summary (from Goodreads): ...

    I have loved all of Cindy?s previous books, so I was beyond eager to start reading this one. I loved Imogene and Ben. She?s smart and he?s charming and together they?re really good people with the most chemistry you could have during this time period. I?m a sucker for the...

    The story started as Imogene was supposed to be engaged to Ernest but as we get through the book, Imogene realized that she isn?t in love with Ernest but only see him as a friend because her heart belonged to Ernest?s brother, Ben. Imogene is a shy lady with a passion for arts. She...

    ARC received from Netgalley for a fair review. When Imogene has a good season in London, her family deems it best for the most suitable gentleman to join them over the summer. She is eager to get to know her suitor better as a proposal is bound to come, that is until she meets his y...

    I mean when do I ever say no to historical fiction? ...

    In which a young lady finds her attention is drawn to her charming but rather serious suitor?s hotter younger brother.? Apologies to Cindy Anstey for my rather poor attempt to emulate her humorous chapter headings that playfully evoke the era of Jane Austen. Some of my favourite...

    hello friends, you can read this review on my blog as well! --- I am a bit unsure about Suitors and Sabotage. One the one hand, I did like the growing attraction between Ben and Imogene. On the other, it was really messy and complicated between the two. This third novel by Anstey ...

    Full Review at Tale Out Loud | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram Actual rating: 3.5 out of 5 stars "Love was a gift, a compliment. It might not be reciprocated..." Imogene Chively's suitor Ernest Steeple arrived at the Gracebridge Manor a little too early with his brother Ben St...

    As a huge Jane Austen and Regency-era fan this book seemed right up my ally, but unfortunately I was just so incredibly?.. bored and uninterested that I decided it just wasn?t worth it when I could be reading something I actually want to read, you know? You feel? You get me? Fir...

    I've come to realize that I really enjoy historical fiction whether it has magic or not. Question that I don't have an answer to: was this story inspired by the play, The Importance of Being Ernest ???? We follow a story of a group of four - essentially a very messy love square ...

    I received an e-ARC in exchange for an honest review. Review can be found on *Milky Way of Books* I really enjoyed Suitors and Sabotage! There is a unique style in Cindy's books that reminds you strongly of Pride and Prejudice"! All the English form and attitude, the shy heroine who...

    I hope this is a great fluffy romance followed by some stabby stabby ...

    This book has such a nice cover and, as a fan of both Jane Austen and mysteries, I was hype to read Suitors and Sabotage. Reading the other reviews here has got me a little disquieted, because most of them are full of praise, and the one word I came away with to describe this book was ...

    Another book by Cindy Anstey.Pinch me, please. ...

    Added to my TBR because of Alyssa's very convincing review @ The Eater of Books! ...

    This book was provided by the publisher. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. I'm not sure if it was intentional, butSuitors and Sabotage reminded me a bit of Shakespeare'sA Midsummer Night's Dream. To be fair, it's referenced in the book as t...

    Another utterly delightful YA historical romance from Cindy Anstey! The romantic entanglements and the mysterious accidents befalling one of the suitors created for quite a web of intrigue. Cindy writes such charming characters and stories, with witty banter and English manners. Though...

    This was a cute book. If you aren't a fan of love triangles, this isn't a book for you, haha. I have to say I didn't mind it in this book. The mystery element was nice as well. I am part of the blog tour and my full review can be read here: https://thebookdutchesses.wordpress.c... ...

    Cindy Anstey has done it again! Another adorable, swoon worthy story set in the Regency era had me hooked from the first chapter. Don't even get me started on how amazing and charming Benjamin Steeple is....I think he is by far my new favorite leading man from Anstey! Imogen is pretty ...

    Review and more can be found at https://smadasbooksmack.blogspot.com/ ** "Might I have the return of my hands, Ben?" Ben looked down to see that Imogen's hands were encased in his. He rather liked the way they fit together; then he realized that he had been holding them overlong. "...

  • Candyce Kirk
    Apr 15, 2018

    4.5 stars. Might round up to five, haven't decided! ***Review posted on The Eater of Books! blog*** Suitors and Sabotage by Cindy Anstey Publisher: Swoon Reads Publication Date: April 17, 2018 Rating: 4 stars Source: ARC sent by the publisher Summary (from Goodreads): ...

    I have loved all of Cindy?s previous books, so I was beyond eager to start reading this one. I loved Imogene and Ben. She?s smart and he?s charming and together they?re really good people with the most chemistry you could have during this time period. I?m a sucker for the...

    The story started as Imogene was supposed to be engaged to Ernest but as we get through the book, Imogene realized that she isn?t in love with Ernest but only see him as a friend because her heart belonged to Ernest?s brother, Ben. Imogene is a shy lady with a passion for arts. She...

    ARC received from Netgalley for a fair review. When Imogene has a good season in London, her family deems it best for the most suitable gentleman to join them over the summer. She is eager to get to know her suitor better as a proposal is bound to come, that is until she meets his y...

    I mean when do I ever say no to historical fiction? ...

    In which a young lady finds her attention is drawn to her charming but rather serious suitor?s hotter younger brother.? Apologies to Cindy Anstey for my rather poor attempt to emulate her humorous chapter headings that playfully evoke the era of Jane Austen. Some of my favourite...

    hello friends, you can read this review on my blog as well! --- I am a bit unsure about Suitors and Sabotage. One the one hand, I did like the growing attraction between Ben and Imogene. On the other, it was really messy and complicated between the two. This third novel by Anstey ...

    Full Review at Tale Out Loud | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram Actual rating: 3.5 out of 5 stars "Love was a gift, a compliment. It might not be reciprocated..." Imogene Chively's suitor Ernest Steeple arrived at the Gracebridge Manor a little too early with his brother Ben St...

    As a huge Jane Austen and Regency-era fan this book seemed right up my ally, but unfortunately I was just so incredibly?.. bored and uninterested that I decided it just wasn?t worth it when I could be reading something I actually want to read, you know? You feel? You get me? Fir...

    I've come to realize that I really enjoy historical fiction whether it has magic or not. Question that I don't have an answer to: was this story inspired by the play, The Importance of Being Ernest ???? We follow a story of a group of four - essentially a very messy love square ...

    I received an e-ARC in exchange for an honest review. Review can be found on *Milky Way of Books* I really enjoyed Suitors and Sabotage! There is a unique style in Cindy's books that reminds you strongly of Pride and Prejudice"! All the English form and attitude, the shy heroine who...

    I hope this is a great fluffy romance followed by some stabby stabby ...

    This book has such a nice cover and, as a fan of both Jane Austen and mysteries, I was hype to read Suitors and Sabotage. Reading the other reviews here has got me a little disquieted, because most of them are full of praise, and the one word I came away with to describe this book was ...

    Another book by Cindy Anstey.Pinch me, please. ...

    Added to my TBR because of Alyssa's very convincing review @ The Eater of Books! ...

    This book was provided by the publisher. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. I'm not sure if it was intentional, butSuitors and Sabotage reminded me a bit of Shakespeare'sA Midsummer Night's Dream. To be fair, it's referenced in the book as t...

    Another utterly delightful YA historical romance from Cindy Anstey! The romantic entanglements and the mysterious accidents befalling one of the suitors created for quite a web of intrigue. Cindy writes such charming characters and stories, with witty banter and English manners. Though...

    This was a cute book. If you aren't a fan of love triangles, this isn't a book for you, haha. I have to say I didn't mind it in this book. The mystery element was nice as well. I am part of the blog tour and my full review can be read here: https://thebookdutchesses.wordpress.c... ...

  • Aimie
    Apr 19, 2018

    4.5 stars. Might round up to five, haven't decided! ***Review posted on The Eater of Books! blog*** Suitors and Sabotage by Cindy Anstey Publisher: Swoon Reads Publication Date: April 17, 2018 Rating: 4 stars Source: ARC sent by the publisher Summary (from Goodreads): ...

    I have loved all of Cindy?s previous books, so I was beyond eager to start reading this one. I loved Imogene and Ben. She?s smart and he?s charming and together they?re really good people with the most chemistry you could have during this time period. I?m a sucker for the...

    The story started as Imogene was supposed to be engaged to Ernest but as we get through the book, Imogene realized that she isn?t in love with Ernest but only see him as a friend because her heart belonged to Ernest?s brother, Ben. Imogene is a shy lady with a passion for arts. She...

    ARC received from Netgalley for a fair review. When Imogene has a good season in London, her family deems it best for the most suitable gentleman to join them over the summer. She is eager to get to know her suitor better as a proposal is bound to come, that is until she meets his y...

    I mean when do I ever say no to historical fiction? ...

    In which a young lady finds her attention is drawn to her charming but rather serious suitor?s hotter younger brother.? Apologies to Cindy Anstey for my rather poor attempt to emulate her humorous chapter headings that playfully evoke the era of Jane Austen. Some of my favourite...

    hello friends, you can read this review on my blog as well! --- I am a bit unsure about Suitors and Sabotage. One the one hand, I did like the growing attraction between Ben and Imogene. On the other, it was really messy and complicated between the two. This third novel by Anstey ...

    Full Review at Tale Out Loud | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram Actual rating: 3.5 out of 5 stars "Love was a gift, a compliment. It might not be reciprocated..." Imogene Chively's suitor Ernest Steeple arrived at the Gracebridge Manor a little too early with his brother Ben St...

    As a huge Jane Austen and Regency-era fan this book seemed right up my ally, but unfortunately I was just so incredibly?.. bored and uninterested that I decided it just wasn?t worth it when I could be reading something I actually want to read, you know? You feel? You get me? Fir...

    I've come to realize that I really enjoy historical fiction whether it has magic or not. Question that I don't have an answer to: was this story inspired by the play, The Importance of Being Ernest ???? We follow a story of a group of four - essentially a very messy love square ...

    I received an e-ARC in exchange for an honest review. Review can be found on *Milky Way of Books* I really enjoyed Suitors and Sabotage! There is a unique style in Cindy's books that reminds you strongly of Pride and Prejudice"! All the English form and attitude, the shy heroine who...

    I hope this is a great fluffy romance followed by some stabby stabby ...

    This book has such a nice cover and, as a fan of both Jane Austen and mysteries, I was hype to read Suitors and Sabotage. Reading the other reviews here has got me a little disquieted, because most of them are full of praise, and the one word I came away with to describe this book was ...

    Another book by Cindy Anstey.Pinch me, please. ...

    Added to my TBR because of Alyssa's very convincing review @ The Eater of Books! ...

    This book was provided by the publisher. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. I'm not sure if it was intentional, butSuitors and Sabotage reminded me a bit of Shakespeare'sA Midsummer Night's Dream. To be fair, it's referenced in the book as t...

    Another utterly delightful YA historical romance from Cindy Anstey! The romantic entanglements and the mysterious accidents befalling one of the suitors created for quite a web of intrigue. Cindy writes such charming characters and stories, with witty banter and English manners. Though...

    This was a cute book. If you aren't a fan of love triangles, this isn't a book for you, haha. I have to say I didn't mind it in this book. The mystery element was nice as well. I am part of the blog tour and my full review can be read here: https://thebookdutchesses.wordpress.c... ...

    Cindy Anstey has done it again! Another adorable, swoon worthy story set in the Regency era had me hooked from the first chapter. Don't even get me started on how amazing and charming Benjamin Steeple is....I think he is by far my new favorite leading man from Anstey! Imogen is pretty ...

    Review and more can be found at https://smadasbooksmack.blogspot.com/ ** "Might I have the return of my hands, Ben?" Ben looked down to see that Imogen's hands were encased in his. He rather liked the way they fit together; then he realized that he had been holding them overlong. "...

    Rating: 3.5 stars but leaning more towards 3 Almost exactly two years ago, I reviewed Anstey's debut, Love, Lies and Spies . I really enjoyed that one, and I hoped for the same sort of experience withSuitors and Sabotage. Alas, I will admit I didn't get as stuck in to this as th...

    Suitors and Sabotage is Cindy Anstey's third novel. It centres around Imogene, who is getting prepared for her possible engagement to one Ernest Steeple, and Benjamin, who happens to be Ernest's brother. However, both Imogene and Benjamin hit it off while Imogene's best friend, Emi...

  • Rachel
    Apr 12, 2018

    4.5 stars. Might round up to five, haven't decided! ***Review posted on The Eater of Books! blog*** Suitors and Sabotage by Cindy Anstey Publisher: Swoon Reads Publication Date: April 17, 2018 Rating: 4 stars Source: ARC sent by the publisher Summary (from Goodreads): ...

    I have loved all of Cindy?s previous books, so I was beyond eager to start reading this one. I loved Imogene and Ben. She?s smart and he?s charming and together they?re really good people with the most chemistry you could have during this time period. I?m a sucker for the...

    The story started as Imogene was supposed to be engaged to Ernest but as we get through the book, Imogene realized that she isn?t in love with Ernest but only see him as a friend because her heart belonged to Ernest?s brother, Ben. Imogene is a shy lady with a passion for arts. She...

    ARC received from Netgalley for a fair review. When Imogene has a good season in London, her family deems it best for the most suitable gentleman to join them over the summer. She is eager to get to know her suitor better as a proposal is bound to come, that is until she meets his y...

    I mean when do I ever say no to historical fiction? ...

    In which a young lady finds her attention is drawn to her charming but rather serious suitor?s hotter younger brother.? Apologies to Cindy Anstey for my rather poor attempt to emulate her humorous chapter headings that playfully evoke the era of Jane Austen. Some of my favourite...

    hello friends, you can read this review on my blog as well! --- I am a bit unsure about Suitors and Sabotage. One the one hand, I did like the growing attraction between Ben and Imogene. On the other, it was really messy and complicated between the two. This third novel by Anstey ...

    Full Review at Tale Out Loud | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram Actual rating: 3.5 out of 5 stars "Love was a gift, a compliment. It might not be reciprocated..." Imogene Chively's suitor Ernest Steeple arrived at the Gracebridge Manor a little too early with his brother Ben St...

    As a huge Jane Austen and Regency-era fan this book seemed right up my ally, but unfortunately I was just so incredibly?.. bored and uninterested that I decided it just wasn?t worth it when I could be reading something I actually want to read, you know? You feel? You get me? Fir...

    I've come to realize that I really enjoy historical fiction whether it has magic or not. Question that I don't have an answer to: was this story inspired by the play, The Importance of Being Ernest ???? We follow a story of a group of four - essentially a very messy love square ...

    I received an e-ARC in exchange for an honest review. Review can be found on *Milky Way of Books* I really enjoyed Suitors and Sabotage! There is a unique style in Cindy's books that reminds you strongly of Pride and Prejudice"! All the English form and attitude, the shy heroine who...

    I hope this is a great fluffy romance followed by some stabby stabby ...

    This book has such a nice cover and, as a fan of both Jane Austen and mysteries, I was hype to read Suitors and Sabotage. Reading the other reviews here has got me a little disquieted, because most of them are full of praise, and the one word I came away with to describe this book was ...

    Another book by Cindy Anstey.Pinch me, please. ...

    Added to my TBR because of Alyssa's very convincing review @ The Eater of Books! ...

    This book was provided by the publisher. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. I'm not sure if it was intentional, butSuitors and Sabotage reminded me a bit of Shakespeare'sA Midsummer Night's Dream. To be fair, it's referenced in the book as t...

    Another utterly delightful YA historical romance from Cindy Anstey! The romantic entanglements and the mysterious accidents befalling one of the suitors created for quite a web of intrigue. Cindy writes such charming characters and stories, with witty banter and English manners. Though...

    This was a cute book. If you aren't a fan of love triangles, this isn't a book for you, haha. I have to say I didn't mind it in this book. The mystery element was nice as well. I am part of the blog tour and my full review can be read here: https://thebookdutchesses.wordpress.c... ...

    Cindy Anstey has done it again! Another adorable, swoon worthy story set in the Regency era had me hooked from the first chapter. Don't even get me started on how amazing and charming Benjamin Steeple is....I think he is by far my new favorite leading man from Anstey! Imogen is pretty ...

    Review and more can be found at https://smadasbooksmack.blogspot.com/ ** "Might I have the return of my hands, Ben?" Ben looked down to see that Imogen's hands were encased in his. He rather liked the way they fit together; then he realized that he had been holding them overlong. "...

    Rating: 3.5 stars but leaning more towards 3 Almost exactly two years ago, I reviewed Anstey's debut, Love, Lies and Spies . I really enjoyed that one, and I hoped for the same sort of experience withSuitors and Sabotage. Alas, I will admit I didn't get as stuck in to this as th...

    Suitors and Sabotage is Cindy Anstey's third novel. It centres around Imogene, who is getting prepared for her possible engagement to one Ernest Steeple, and Benjamin, who happens to be Ernest's brother. However, both Imogene and Benjamin hit it off while Imogene's best friend, Emi...

    Actual Rating 2.5 Stars AS SEEN ON: A THOUSAND WORDS A MILLION BOOKS I received an ARC from Macmillan Intl in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are entirely my own. Over the last few months, I?ve been reading more romance books than ever before. I a...

    Suitors and Sabotage is fun and flirtatious. It?s an endearing and cheeky story set in the regency period. For lovers of historical fiction romances, this one is for you. I thought this one was really cute. It had an elegant writing style and was very engaging. It reminded me of r...

    I recently finished Love, Lies, and Spies, so I was excited to get my hands on an ARC of Suitors and Sabotage. While I enjoyed it, I didn't feel like it was as strong of an offering as the first book. (Still need to read Duels and Deception, though.) Imogene Chivey is courting the atte...

  • Alexandra
    Apr 01, 2018

    4.5 stars. Might round up to five, haven't decided! ***Review posted on The Eater of Books! blog*** Suitors and Sabotage by Cindy Anstey Publisher: Swoon Reads Publication Date: April 17, 2018 Rating: 4 stars Source: ARC sent by the publisher Summary (from Goodreads): ...

    I have loved all of Cindy?s previous books, so I was beyond eager to start reading this one. I loved Imogene and Ben. She?s smart and he?s charming and together they?re really good people with the most chemistry you could have during this time period. I?m a sucker for the...

    The story started as Imogene was supposed to be engaged to Ernest but as we get through the book, Imogene realized that she isn?t in love with Ernest but only see him as a friend because her heart belonged to Ernest?s brother, Ben. Imogene is a shy lady with a passion for arts. She...

    ARC received from Netgalley for a fair review. When Imogene has a good season in London, her family deems it best for the most suitable gentleman to join them over the summer. She is eager to get to know her suitor better as a proposal is bound to come, that is until she meets his y...

    I mean when do I ever say no to historical fiction? ...

    In which a young lady finds her attention is drawn to her charming but rather serious suitor?s hotter younger brother.? Apologies to Cindy Anstey for my rather poor attempt to emulate her humorous chapter headings that playfully evoke the era of Jane Austen. Some of my favourite...

    hello friends, you can read this review on my blog as well! --- I am a bit unsure about Suitors and Sabotage. One the one hand, I did like the growing attraction between Ben and Imogene. On the other, it was really messy and complicated between the two. This third novel by Anstey ...

    Full Review at Tale Out Loud | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram Actual rating: 3.5 out of 5 stars "Love was a gift, a compliment. It might not be reciprocated..." Imogene Chively's suitor Ernest Steeple arrived at the Gracebridge Manor a little too early with his brother Ben St...

    As a huge Jane Austen and Regency-era fan this book seemed right up my ally, but unfortunately I was just so incredibly?.. bored and uninterested that I decided it just wasn?t worth it when I could be reading something I actually want to read, you know? You feel? You get me? Fir...

    I've come to realize that I really enjoy historical fiction whether it has magic or not. Question that I don't have an answer to: was this story inspired by the play, The Importance of Being Ernest ???? We follow a story of a group of four - essentially a very messy love square ...

    I received an e-ARC in exchange for an honest review. Review can be found on *Milky Way of Books* I really enjoyed Suitors and Sabotage! There is a unique style in Cindy's books that reminds you strongly of Pride and Prejudice"! All the English form and attitude, the shy heroine who...

  • Rachael
    Nov 22, 2017

    4.5 stars. Might round up to five, haven't decided! ***Review posted on The Eater of Books! blog*** Suitors and Sabotage by Cindy Anstey Publisher: Swoon Reads Publication Date: April 17, 2018 Rating: 4 stars Source: ARC sent by the publisher Summary (from Goodreads): ...

    I have loved all of Cindy?s previous books, so I was beyond eager to start reading this one. I loved Imogene and Ben. She?s smart and he?s charming and together they?re really good people with the most chemistry you could have during this time period. I?m a sucker for the...

    The story started as Imogene was supposed to be engaged to Ernest but as we get through the book, Imogene realized that she isn?t in love with Ernest but only see him as a friend because her heart belonged to Ernest?s brother, Ben. Imogene is a shy lady with a passion for arts. She...

    ARC received from Netgalley for a fair review. When Imogene has a good season in London, her family deems it best for the most suitable gentleman to join them over the summer. She is eager to get to know her suitor better as a proposal is bound to come, that is until she meets his y...

    I mean when do I ever say no to historical fiction? ...

    In which a young lady finds her attention is drawn to her charming but rather serious suitor?s hotter younger brother.? Apologies to Cindy Anstey for my rather poor attempt to emulate her humorous chapter headings that playfully evoke the era of Jane Austen. Some of my favourite...

    hello friends, you can read this review on my blog as well! --- I am a bit unsure about Suitors and Sabotage. One the one hand, I did like the growing attraction between Ben and Imogene. On the other, it was really messy and complicated between the two. This third novel by Anstey ...

    Full Review at Tale Out Loud | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram Actual rating: 3.5 out of 5 stars "Love was a gift, a compliment. It might not be reciprocated..." Imogene Chively's suitor Ernest Steeple arrived at the Gracebridge Manor a little too early with his brother Ben St...

    As a huge Jane Austen and Regency-era fan this book seemed right up my ally, but unfortunately I was just so incredibly?.. bored and uninterested that I decided it just wasn?t worth it when I could be reading something I actually want to read, you know? You feel? You get me? Fir...

  • Kassie
    Apr 12, 2018

    4.5 stars. Might round up to five, haven't decided! ***Review posted on The Eater of Books! blog*** Suitors and Sabotage by Cindy Anstey Publisher: Swoon Reads Publication Date: April 17, 2018 Rating: 4 stars Source: ARC sent by the publisher Summary (from Goodreads): ...

    I have loved all of Cindy?s previous books, so I was beyond eager to start reading this one. I loved Imogene and Ben. She?s smart and he?s charming and together they?re really good people with the most chemistry you could have during this time period. I?m a sucker for the...

    The story started as Imogene was supposed to be engaged to Ernest but as we get through the book, Imogene realized that she isn?t in love with Ernest but only see him as a friend because her heart belonged to Ernest?s brother, Ben. Imogene is a shy lady with a passion for arts. She...

    ARC received from Netgalley for a fair review. When Imogene has a good season in London, her family deems it best for the most suitable gentleman to join them over the summer. She is eager to get to know her suitor better as a proposal is bound to come, that is until she meets his y...

    I mean when do I ever say no to historical fiction? ...

    In which a young lady finds her attention is drawn to her charming but rather serious suitor?s hotter younger brother.? Apologies to Cindy Anstey for my rather poor attempt to emulate her humorous chapter headings that playfully evoke the era of Jane Austen. Some of my favourite...

    hello friends, you can read this review on my blog as well! --- I am a bit unsure about Suitors and Sabotage. One the one hand, I did like the growing attraction between Ben and Imogene. On the other, it was really messy and complicated between the two. This third novel by Anstey ...

    Full Review at Tale Out Loud | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram Actual rating: 3.5 out of 5 stars "Love was a gift, a compliment. It might not be reciprocated..." Imogene Chively's suitor Ernest Steeple arrived at the Gracebridge Manor a little too early with his brother Ben St...

    As a huge Jane Austen and Regency-era fan this book seemed right up my ally, but unfortunately I was just so incredibly?.. bored and uninterested that I decided it just wasn?t worth it when I could be reading something I actually want to read, you know? You feel? You get me? Fir...

    I've come to realize that I really enjoy historical fiction whether it has magic or not. Question that I don't have an answer to: was this story inspired by the play, The Importance of Being Ernest ???? We follow a story of a group of four - essentially a very messy love square ...

  • Alejandra Ibarra
    May 06, 2018

    4.5 stars. Might round up to five, haven't decided! ***Review posted on The Eater of Books! blog*** Suitors and Sabotage by Cindy Anstey Publisher: Swoon Reads Publication Date: April 17, 2018 Rating: 4 stars Source: ARC sent by the publisher Summary (from Goodreads): ...

    I have loved all of Cindy?s previous books, so I was beyond eager to start reading this one. I loved Imogene and Ben. She?s smart and he?s charming and together they?re really good people with the most chemistry you could have during this time period. I?m a sucker for the...

    The story started as Imogene was supposed to be engaged to Ernest but as we get through the book, Imogene realized that she isn?t in love with Ernest but only see him as a friend because her heart belonged to Ernest?s brother, Ben. Imogene is a shy lady with a passion for arts. She...

    ARC received from Netgalley for a fair review. When Imogene has a good season in London, her family deems it best for the most suitable gentleman to join them over the summer. She is eager to get to know her suitor better as a proposal is bound to come, that is until she meets his y...

    I mean when do I ever say no to historical fiction? ...

    In which a young lady finds her attention is drawn to her charming but rather serious suitor?s hotter younger brother.? Apologies to Cindy Anstey for my rather poor attempt to emulate her humorous chapter headings that playfully evoke the era of Jane Austen. Some of my favourite...

    hello friends, you can read this review on my blog as well! --- I am a bit unsure about Suitors and Sabotage. One the one hand, I did like the growing attraction between Ben and Imogene. On the other, it was really messy and complicated between the two. This third novel by Anstey ...

    Full Review at Tale Out Loud | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram Actual rating: 3.5 out of 5 stars "Love was a gift, a compliment. It might not be reciprocated..." Imogene Chively's suitor Ernest Steeple arrived at the Gracebridge Manor a little too early with his brother Ben St...

    As a huge Jane Austen and Regency-era fan this book seemed right up my ally, but unfortunately I was just so incredibly?.. bored and uninterested that I decided it just wasn?t worth it when I could be reading something I actually want to read, you know? You feel? You get me? Fir...

    I've come to realize that I really enjoy historical fiction whether it has magic or not. Question that I don't have an answer to: was this story inspired by the play, The Importance of Being Ernest ???? We follow a story of a group of four - essentially a very messy love square ...

    I received an e-ARC in exchange for an honest review. Review can be found on *Milky Way of Books* I really enjoyed Suitors and Sabotage! There is a unique style in Cindy's books that reminds you strongly of Pride and Prejudice"! All the English form and attitude, the shy heroine who...

    I hope this is a great fluffy romance followed by some stabby stabby ...

    This book has such a nice cover and, as a fan of both Jane Austen and mysteries, I was hype to read Suitors and Sabotage. Reading the other reviews here has got me a little disquieted, because most of them are full of praise, and the one word I came away with to describe this book was ...

    Another book by Cindy Anstey.Pinch me, please. ...

    Added to my TBR because of Alyssa's very convincing review @ The Eater of Books! ...

    This book was provided by the publisher. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. I'm not sure if it was intentional, butSuitors and Sabotage reminded me a bit of Shakespeare'sA Midsummer Night's Dream. To be fair, it's referenced in the book as t...

    Another utterly delightful YA historical romance from Cindy Anstey! The romantic entanglements and the mysterious accidents befalling one of the suitors created for quite a web of intrigue. Cindy writes such charming characters and stories, with witty banter and English manners. Though...

    This was a cute book. If you aren't a fan of love triangles, this isn't a book for you, haha. I have to say I didn't mind it in this book. The mystery element was nice as well. I am part of the blog tour and my full review can be read here: https://thebookdutchesses.wordpress.c... ...

    Cindy Anstey has done it again! Another adorable, swoon worthy story set in the Regency era had me hooked from the first chapter. Don't even get me started on how amazing and charming Benjamin Steeple is....I think he is by far my new favorite leading man from Anstey! Imogen is pretty ...

    Review and more can be found at https://smadasbooksmack.blogspot.com/ ** "Might I have the return of my hands, Ben?" Ben looked down to see that Imogen's hands were encased in his. He rather liked the way they fit together; then he realized that he had been holding them overlong. "...

    Rating: 3.5 stars but leaning more towards 3 Almost exactly two years ago, I reviewed Anstey's debut, Love, Lies and Spies . I really enjoyed that one, and I hoped for the same sort of experience withSuitors and Sabotage. Alas, I will admit I didn't get as stuck in to this as th...

    Suitors and Sabotage is Cindy Anstey's third novel. It centres around Imogene, who is getting prepared for her possible engagement to one Ernest Steeple, and Benjamin, who happens to be Ernest's brother. However, both Imogene and Benjamin hit it off while Imogene's best friend, Emi...

    Actual Rating 2.5 Stars AS SEEN ON: A THOUSAND WORDS A MILLION BOOKS I received an ARC from Macmillan Intl in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are entirely my own. Over the last few months, I?ve been reading more romance books than ever before. I a...

    Suitors and Sabotage is fun and flirtatious. It?s an endearing and cheeky story set in the regency period. For lovers of historical fiction romances, this one is for you. I thought this one was really cute. It had an elegant writing style and was very engaging. It reminded me of r...

    I recently finished Love, Lies, and Spies, so I was excited to get my hands on an ARC of Suitors and Sabotage. While I enjoyed it, I didn't feel like it was as strong of an offering as the first book. (Still need to read Duels and Deception, though.) Imogene Chivey is courting the atte...

    Thanks to NetGalley and Macmillan Children's/Swoon reads for providing this free eARC. I haven't read other Cindy Anstey titles, but picked this one on the strength of the fun title, cover art, and descriptions that mentioned Jane Austen. I don't think the book lived up to the prom...

    It was a good and entertaining story, and such an easy read even with the well applied old-English vocabulary. My few problems with this book are simply personal taste: the romantic feelings can be a tad too sappy; and it annoys me how the characters always know their feelings so well....

    Mystery aspect barely there and the romance was predictable. ...

  • Austine (NovelKnight)
    Apr 08, 2018

    4.5 stars. Might round up to five, haven't decided! ***Review posted on The Eater of Books! blog*** Suitors and Sabotage by Cindy Anstey Publisher: Swoon Reads Publication Date: April 17, 2018 Rating: 4 stars Source: ARC sent by the publisher Summary (from Goodreads): ...

    I have loved all of Cindy?s previous books, so I was beyond eager to start reading this one. I loved Imogene and Ben. She?s smart and he?s charming and together they?re really good people with the most chemistry you could have during this time period. I?m a sucker for the...

    The story started as Imogene was supposed to be engaged to Ernest but as we get through the book, Imogene realized that she isn?t in love with Ernest but only see him as a friend because her heart belonged to Ernest?s brother, Ben. Imogene is a shy lady with a passion for arts. She...

    ARC received from Netgalley for a fair review. When Imogene has a good season in London, her family deems it best for the most suitable gentleman to join them over the summer. She is eager to get to know her suitor better as a proposal is bound to come, that is until she meets his y...

    I mean when do I ever say no to historical fiction? ...

    In which a young lady finds her attention is drawn to her charming but rather serious suitor?s hotter younger brother.? Apologies to Cindy Anstey for my rather poor attempt to emulate her humorous chapter headings that playfully evoke the era of Jane Austen. Some of my favourite...

    hello friends, you can read this review on my blog as well! --- I am a bit unsure about Suitors and Sabotage. One the one hand, I did like the growing attraction between Ben and Imogene. On the other, it was really messy and complicated between the two. This third novel by Anstey ...

    Full Review at Tale Out Loud | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram Actual rating: 3.5 out of 5 stars "Love was a gift, a compliment. It might not be reciprocated..." Imogene Chively's suitor Ernest Steeple arrived at the Gracebridge Manor a little too early with his brother Ben St...

    As a huge Jane Austen and Regency-era fan this book seemed right up my ally, but unfortunately I was just so incredibly?.. bored and uninterested that I decided it just wasn?t worth it when I could be reading something I actually want to read, you know? You feel? You get me? Fir...

    I've come to realize that I really enjoy historical fiction whether it has magic or not. Question that I don't have an answer to: was this story inspired by the play, The Importance of Being Ernest ???? We follow a story of a group of four - essentially a very messy love square ...

    I received an e-ARC in exchange for an honest review. Review can be found on *Milky Way of Books* I really enjoyed Suitors and Sabotage! There is a unique style in Cindy's books that reminds you strongly of Pride and Prejudice"! All the English form and attitude, the shy heroine who...

    I hope this is a great fluffy romance followed by some stabby stabby ...

    This book has such a nice cover and, as a fan of both Jane Austen and mysteries, I was hype to read Suitors and Sabotage. Reading the other reviews here has got me a little disquieted, because most of them are full of praise, and the one word I came away with to describe this book was ...

    Another book by Cindy Anstey.Pinch me, please. ...

    Added to my TBR because of Alyssa's very convincing review @ The Eater of Books! ...

    This book was provided by the publisher. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. I'm not sure if it was intentional, butSuitors and Sabotage reminded me a bit of Shakespeare'sA Midsummer Night's Dream. To be fair, it's referenced in the book as t...

  • Nadhira Satria
    Jan 04, 2018

    4.5 stars. Might round up to five, haven't decided! ***Review posted on The Eater of Books! blog*** Suitors and Sabotage by Cindy Anstey Publisher: Swoon Reads Publication Date: April 17, 2018 Rating: 4 stars Source: ARC sent by the publisher Summary (from Goodreads): ...

    I have loved all of Cindy?s previous books, so I was beyond eager to start reading this one. I loved Imogene and Ben. She?s smart and he?s charming and together they?re really good people with the most chemistry you could have during this time period. I?m a sucker for the...

    The story started as Imogene was supposed to be engaged to Ernest but as we get through the book, Imogene realized that she isn?t in love with Ernest but only see him as a friend because her heart belonged to Ernest?s brother, Ben. Imogene is a shy lady with a passion for arts. She...

    ARC received from Netgalley for a fair review. When Imogene has a good season in London, her family deems it best for the most suitable gentleman to join them over the summer. She is eager to get to know her suitor better as a proposal is bound to come, that is until she meets his y...

    I mean when do I ever say no to historical fiction? ...

  • Karlita
    Apr 16, 2018

    4.5 stars. Might round up to five, haven't decided! ***Review posted on The Eater of Books! blog*** Suitors and Sabotage by Cindy Anstey Publisher: Swoon Reads Publication Date: April 17, 2018 Rating: 4 stars Source: ARC sent by the publisher Summary (from Goodreads): ...

    I have loved all of Cindy?s previous books, so I was beyond eager to start reading this one. I loved Imogene and Ben. She?s smart and he?s charming and together they?re really good people with the most chemistry you could have during this time period. I?m a sucker for the...

    The story started as Imogene was supposed to be engaged to Ernest but as we get through the book, Imogene realized that she isn?t in love with Ernest but only see him as a friend because her heart belonged to Ernest?s brother, Ben. Imogene is a shy lady with a passion for arts. She...

    ARC received from Netgalley for a fair review. When Imogene has a good season in London, her family deems it best for the most suitable gentleman to join them over the summer. She is eager to get to know her suitor better as a proposal is bound to come, that is until she meets his y...

    I mean when do I ever say no to historical fiction? ...

    In which a young lady finds her attention is drawn to her charming but rather serious suitor?s hotter younger brother.? Apologies to Cindy Anstey for my rather poor attempt to emulate her humorous chapter headings that playfully evoke the era of Jane Austen. Some of my favourite...

    hello friends, you can read this review on my blog as well! --- I am a bit unsure about Suitors and Sabotage. One the one hand, I did like the growing attraction between Ben and Imogene. On the other, it was really messy and complicated between the two. This third novel by Anstey ...

    Full Review at Tale Out Loud | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram Actual rating: 3.5 out of 5 stars "Love was a gift, a compliment. It might not be reciprocated..." Imogene Chively's suitor Ernest Steeple arrived at the Gracebridge Manor a little too early with his brother Ben St...

  • Teresa
    Jun 27, 2017

    4.5 stars. Might round up to five, haven't decided! ***Review posted on The Eater of Books! blog*** Suitors and Sabotage by Cindy Anstey Publisher: Swoon Reads Publication Date: April 17, 2018 Rating: 4 stars Source: ARC sent by the publisher Summary (from Goodreads): ...

    I have loved all of Cindy?s previous books, so I was beyond eager to start reading this one. I loved Imogene and Ben. She?s smart and he?s charming and together they?re really good people with the most chemistry you could have during this time period. I?m a sucker for the...

    The story started as Imogene was supposed to be engaged to Ernest but as we get through the book, Imogene realized that she isn?t in love with Ernest but only see him as a friend because her heart belonged to Ernest?s brother, Ben. Imogene is a shy lady with a passion for arts. She...

    ARC received from Netgalley for a fair review. When Imogene has a good season in London, her family deems it best for the most suitable gentleman to join them over the summer. She is eager to get to know her suitor better as a proposal is bound to come, that is until she meets his y...

    I mean when do I ever say no to historical fiction? ...

    In which a young lady finds her attention is drawn to her charming but rather serious suitor?s hotter younger brother.? Apologies to Cindy Anstey for my rather poor attempt to emulate her humorous chapter headings that playfully evoke the era of Jane Austen. Some of my favourite...

    hello friends, you can read this review on my blog as well! --- I am a bit unsure about Suitors and Sabotage. One the one hand, I did like the growing attraction between Ben and Imogene. On the other, it was really messy and complicated between the two. This third novel by Anstey ...

    Full Review at Tale Out Loud | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram Actual rating: 3.5 out of 5 stars "Love was a gift, a compliment. It might not be reciprocated..." Imogene Chively's suitor Ernest Steeple arrived at the Gracebridge Manor a little too early with his brother Ben St...

    As a huge Jane Austen and Regency-era fan this book seemed right up my ally, but unfortunately I was just so incredibly?.. bored and uninterested that I decided it just wasn?t worth it when I could be reading something I actually want to read, you know? You feel? You get me? Fir...

    I've come to realize that I really enjoy historical fiction whether it has magic or not. Question that I don't have an answer to: was this story inspired by the play, The Importance of Being Ernest ???? We follow a story of a group of four - essentially a very messy love square ...

    I received an e-ARC in exchange for an honest review. Review can be found on *Milky Way of Books* I really enjoyed Suitors and Sabotage! There is a unique style in Cindy's books that reminds you strongly of Pride and Prejudice"! All the English form and attitude, the shy heroine who...

    I hope this is a great fluffy romance followed by some stabby stabby ...

    This book has such a nice cover and, as a fan of both Jane Austen and mysteries, I was hype to read Suitors and Sabotage. Reading the other reviews here has got me a little disquieted, because most of them are full of praise, and the one word I came away with to describe this book was ...

    Another book by Cindy Anstey.Pinch me, please. ...

    Added to my TBR because of Alyssa's very convincing review @ The Eater of Books! ...

    This book was provided by the publisher. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. I'm not sure if it was intentional, butSuitors and Sabotage reminded me a bit of Shakespeare'sA Midsummer Night's Dream. To be fair, it's referenced in the book as t...

    Another utterly delightful YA historical romance from Cindy Anstey! The romantic entanglements and the mysterious accidents befalling one of the suitors created for quite a web of intrigue. Cindy writes such charming characters and stories, with witty banter and English manners. Though...

    This was a cute book. If you aren't a fan of love triangles, this isn't a book for you, haha. I have to say I didn't mind it in this book. The mystery element was nice as well. I am part of the blog tour and my full review can be read here: https://thebookdutchesses.wordpress.c... ...

    Cindy Anstey has done it again! Another adorable, swoon worthy story set in the Regency era had me hooked from the first chapter. Don't even get me started on how amazing and charming Benjamin Steeple is....I think he is by far my new favorite leading man from Anstey! Imogen is pretty ...

  • Riddhi Mazumder
    Aug 03, 2017

    4.5 stars. Might round up to five, haven't decided! ***Review posted on The Eater of Books! blog*** Suitors and Sabotage by Cindy Anstey Publisher: Swoon Reads Publication Date: April 17, 2018 Rating: 4 stars Source: ARC sent by the publisher Summary (from Goodreads): ...

    I have loved all of Cindy?s previous books, so I was beyond eager to start reading this one. I loved Imogene and Ben. She?s smart and he?s charming and together they?re really good people with the most chemistry you could have during this time period. I?m a sucker for the...

    The story started as Imogene was supposed to be engaged to Ernest but as we get through the book, Imogene realized that she isn?t in love with Ernest but only see him as a friend because her heart belonged to Ernest?s brother, Ben. Imogene is a shy lady with a passion for arts. She...

    ARC received from Netgalley for a fair review. When Imogene has a good season in London, her family deems it best for the most suitable gentleman to join them over the summer. She is eager to get to know her suitor better as a proposal is bound to come, that is until she meets his y...

    I mean when do I ever say no to historical fiction? ...

    In which a young lady finds her attention is drawn to her charming but rather serious suitor?s hotter younger brother.? Apologies to Cindy Anstey for my rather poor attempt to emulate her humorous chapter headings that playfully evoke the era of Jane Austen. Some of my favourite...

    hello friends, you can read this review on my blog as well! --- I am a bit unsure about Suitors and Sabotage. One the one hand, I did like the growing attraction between Ben and Imogene. On the other, it was really messy and complicated between the two. This third novel by Anstey ...

    Full Review at Tale Out Loud | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram Actual rating: 3.5 out of 5 stars "Love was a gift, a compliment. It might not be reciprocated..." Imogene Chively's suitor Ernest Steeple arrived at the Gracebridge Manor a little too early with his brother Ben St...

    As a huge Jane Austen and Regency-era fan this book seemed right up my ally, but unfortunately I was just so incredibly?.. bored and uninterested that I decided it just wasn?t worth it when I could be reading something I actually want to read, you know? You feel? You get me? Fir...

    I've come to realize that I really enjoy historical fiction whether it has magic or not. Question that I don't have an answer to: was this story inspired by the play, The Importance of Being Ernest ???? We follow a story of a group of four - essentially a very messy love square ...

    I received an e-ARC in exchange for an honest review. Review can be found on *Milky Way of Books* I really enjoyed Suitors and Sabotage! There is a unique style in Cindy's books that reminds you strongly of Pride and Prejudice"! All the English form and attitude, the shy heroine who...

    I hope this is a great fluffy romance followed by some stabby stabby ...

    This book has such a nice cover and, as a fan of both Jane Austen and mysteries, I was hype to read Suitors and Sabotage. Reading the other reviews here has got me a little disquieted, because most of them are full of praise, and the one word I came away with to describe this book was ...

    Another book by Cindy Anstey.Pinch me, please. ...

  • Darque  Dreamer
    Apr 17, 2018

    4.5 stars. Might round up to five, haven't decided! ***Review posted on The Eater of Books! blog*** Suitors and Sabotage by Cindy Anstey Publisher: Swoon Reads Publication Date: April 17, 2018 Rating: 4 stars Source: ARC sent by the publisher Summary (from Goodreads): ...

    I have loved all of Cindy?s previous books, so I was beyond eager to start reading this one. I loved Imogene and Ben. She?s smart and he?s charming and together they?re really good people with the most chemistry you could have during this time period. I?m a sucker for the...

    The story started as Imogene was supposed to be engaged to Ernest but as we get through the book, Imogene realized that she isn?t in love with Ernest but only see him as a friend because her heart belonged to Ernest?s brother, Ben. Imogene is a shy lady with a passion for arts. She...

    ARC received from Netgalley for a fair review. When Imogene has a good season in London, her family deems it best for the most suitable gentleman to join them over the summer. She is eager to get to know her suitor better as a proposal is bound to come, that is until she meets his y...

    I mean when do I ever say no to historical fiction? ...

    In which a young lady finds her attention is drawn to her charming but rather serious suitor?s hotter younger brother.? Apologies to Cindy Anstey for my rather poor attempt to emulate her humorous chapter headings that playfully evoke the era of Jane Austen. Some of my favourite...

    hello friends, you can read this review on my blog as well! --- I am a bit unsure about Suitors and Sabotage. One the one hand, I did like the growing attraction between Ben and Imogene. On the other, it was really messy and complicated between the two. This third novel by Anstey ...

    Full Review at Tale Out Loud | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram Actual rating: 3.5 out of 5 stars "Love was a gift, a compliment. It might not be reciprocated..." Imogene Chively's suitor Ernest Steeple arrived at the Gracebridge Manor a little too early with his brother Ben St...

    As a huge Jane Austen and Regency-era fan this book seemed right up my ally, but unfortunately I was just so incredibly?.. bored and uninterested that I decided it just wasn?t worth it when I could be reading something I actually want to read, you know? You feel? You get me? Fir...

    I've come to realize that I really enjoy historical fiction whether it has magic or not. Question that I don't have an answer to: was this story inspired by the play, The Importance of Being Ernest ???? We follow a story of a group of four - essentially a very messy love square ...

    I received an e-ARC in exchange for an honest review. Review can be found on *Milky Way of Books* I really enjoyed Suitors and Sabotage! There is a unique style in Cindy's books that reminds you strongly of Pride and Prejudice"! All the English form and attitude, the shy heroine who...

    I hope this is a great fluffy romance followed by some stabby stabby ...

    This book has such a nice cover and, as a fan of both Jane Austen and mysteries, I was hype to read Suitors and Sabotage. Reading the other reviews here has got me a little disquieted, because most of them are full of praise, and the one word I came away with to describe this book was ...

    Another book by Cindy Anstey.Pinch me, please. ...

    Added to my TBR because of Alyssa's very convincing review @ The Eater of Books! ...

    This book was provided by the publisher. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. I'm not sure if it was intentional, butSuitors and Sabotage reminded me a bit of Shakespeare'sA Midsummer Night's Dream. To be fair, it's referenced in the book as t...

    Another utterly delightful YA historical romance from Cindy Anstey! The romantic entanglements and the mysterious accidents befalling one of the suitors created for quite a web of intrigue. Cindy writes such charming characters and stories, with witty banter and English manners. Though...

    This was a cute book. If you aren't a fan of love triangles, this isn't a book for you, haha. I have to say I didn't mind it in this book. The mystery element was nice as well. I am part of the blog tour and my full review can be read here: https://thebookdutchesses.wordpress.c... ...

    Cindy Anstey has done it again! Another adorable, swoon worthy story set in the Regency era had me hooked from the first chapter. Don't even get me started on how amazing and charming Benjamin Steeple is....I think he is by far my new favorite leading man from Anstey! Imogen is pretty ...

    Review and more can be found at https://smadasbooksmack.blogspot.com/ ** "Might I have the return of my hands, Ben?" Ben looked down to see that Imogen's hands were encased in his. He rather liked the way they fit together; then he realized that he had been holding them overlong. "...

    Rating: 3.5 stars but leaning more towards 3 Almost exactly two years ago, I reviewed Anstey's debut, Love, Lies and Spies . I really enjoyed that one, and I hoped for the same sort of experience withSuitors and Sabotage. Alas, I will admit I didn't get as stuck in to this as th...

    Suitors and Sabotage is Cindy Anstey's third novel. It centres around Imogene, who is getting prepared for her possible engagement to one Ernest Steeple, and Benjamin, who happens to be Ernest's brother. However, both Imogene and Benjamin hit it off while Imogene's best friend, Emi...

    Actual Rating 2.5 Stars AS SEEN ON: A THOUSAND WORDS A MILLION BOOKS I received an ARC from Macmillan Intl in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are entirely my own. Over the last few months, I?ve been reading more romance books than ever before. I a...

    Suitors and Sabotage is fun and flirtatious. It?s an endearing and cheeky story set in the regency period. For lovers of historical fiction romances, this one is for you. I thought this one was really cute. It had an elegant writing style and was very engaging. It reminded me of r...

  • Vee ♔Under Mountain Books♔
    Apr 17, 2018

    4.5 stars. Might round up to five, haven't decided! ***Review posted on The Eater of Books! blog*** Suitors and Sabotage by Cindy Anstey Publisher: Swoon Reads Publication Date: April 17, 2018 Rating: 4 stars Source: ARC sent by the publisher Summary (from Goodreads): ...

    I have loved all of Cindy?s previous books, so I was beyond eager to start reading this one. I loved Imogene and Ben. She?s smart and he?s charming and together they?re really good people with the most chemistry you could have during this time period. I?m a sucker for the...

    The story started as Imogene was supposed to be engaged to Ernest but as we get through the book, Imogene realized that she isn?t in love with Ernest but only see him as a friend because her heart belonged to Ernest?s brother, Ben. Imogene is a shy lady with a passion for arts. She...

    ARC received from Netgalley for a fair review. When Imogene has a good season in London, her family deems it best for the most suitable gentleman to join them over the summer. She is eager to get to know her suitor better as a proposal is bound to come, that is until she meets his y...

    I mean when do I ever say no to historical fiction? ...

    In which a young lady finds her attention is drawn to her charming but rather serious suitor?s hotter younger brother.? Apologies to Cindy Anstey for my rather poor attempt to emulate her humorous chapter headings that playfully evoke the era of Jane Austen. Some of my favourite...

    hello friends, you can read this review on my blog as well! --- I am a bit unsure about Suitors and Sabotage. One the one hand, I did like the growing attraction between Ben and Imogene. On the other, it was really messy and complicated between the two. This third novel by Anstey ...

    Full Review at Tale Out Loud | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram Actual rating: 3.5 out of 5 stars "Love was a gift, a compliment. It might not be reciprocated..." Imogene Chively's suitor Ernest Steeple arrived at the Gracebridge Manor a little too early with his brother Ben St...

    As a huge Jane Austen and Regency-era fan this book seemed right up my ally, but unfortunately I was just so incredibly?.. bored and uninterested that I decided it just wasn?t worth it when I could be reading something I actually want to read, you know? You feel? You get me? Fir...

    I've come to realize that I really enjoy historical fiction whether it has magic or not. Question that I don't have an answer to: was this story inspired by the play, The Importance of Being Ernest ???? We follow a story of a group of four - essentially a very messy love square ...

    I received an e-ARC in exchange for an honest review. Review can be found on *Milky Way of Books* I really enjoyed Suitors and Sabotage! There is a unique style in Cindy's books that reminds you strongly of Pride and Prejudice"! All the English form and attitude, the shy heroine who...

    I hope this is a great fluffy romance followed by some stabby stabby ...