Friday, 11 April 2014

EBook Review: Finding Mr Rochester By Trisha Ashley

Name: Finding Mr Rochester
Author: Trisha Ashley
Publisher: Avon

Summary: In this fabulous ebook short story Trisha Ashley will whisk you away for a romantic treat on the Yorkshire moors.
Plus the first chance to read the opening chapter of Trisha’s new novel Every Woman For Herself and get your hands on some exclusive Trisha Ashley recipes.
Budding author and die-hard Bronte fan Eleri Groves decides to escape from her disastrous love life to a remote farm cottage in Yorkshire.
Living in the land of the Brontes has got to be better than her life at home and she hopes that she’ll find some inspiration for her next book.
But what she doesn’t expect is to find her own Mr Rochester and much more than she bargained for …

A warm, witty and romantic short story from Sunday Times top 5 best-selling author Trisha Ashley.

Review: I'm kind of late to the party with Trisha Ashley's work, but with what I've read so far I haven't been disappointed. Since purchasing my Kobo last July I have read a lot more short stories. A lot of which I would never have had the chance to do so as they are only e-books. It upsets and kind of annoys me when I read reviews that say it wasn't long enough. It's a short story, it's supposed to be devoured quickly. Having nearly stopped breathing whilst reading my last read I needed to read something lighter so I knew this short would be the perfect medicine and I was right yay!!
My only criticism of this read is that I now want more from these characters.
Eleri, Henry and Martha are all easily loveable characters. Henry has that brooding (Mr Rochester) air about him, but he's a softie deep down especially where writer Eleri is concerned. If you love Trisha Ashley and the Bronte sisters then you will not be disappointed by Finding Mr Rochester.

At the end of this loveable short story you get two chapters of Trisha's up and coming novel Every Woman For Herself. What I read of Charlie's story I really enjoyed and I even pre-ordered a copy so it'll be winging it's way to my Kobo library on release day which is 8th May 2014.






2 comments:

Librarian Lavender said...

This story is on my wishlist, thanks for the great review, I might buy it now...

Dark Readers said...

I definitely would recommend. Trisha has even said she may go back to these characters in a later book. A bargain at 99p. Thanks for the comment. X

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