October, November & December 2018 Wrap-Up Part II

Welcome back!

Find Part I here.

A Very Murderous Christmas: This was an anthology as part of my Christmas reading challenge. It was a fun, festive read. I enjoyed some stories more than others. 

Scandal at the Christmas Ball, a novella collection by Marguerite Kaye and Bronwyn Scott: This was also part of my Christmas reading challenge. Both stories were set in a country house during the Regency era in England. Fun, flirty and festive.

Snowdrift and Other Stories by Georgette Heyer: This was my very first Georgette Heyer and I am wowed. If you like your literary heroes tall, strong and silent then Heyer’s heroes are your kind of guys! I’m definitely reading more Heyer very soon!

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Lady Susan by Jane Austen: Ha, this was great. I love Jane Austen, but I’ve never read this novella before. Lady Susan was quite something: cunning, deceiving and selfish. I don’t know whether I should be repulsed by her or whether I should admire her. One thing is certain though, Jane Austen was a master storyteller! This novella inspired me to (someday) write something in the epistolary style. 

Now we move on to our 2019 reading. What’s on your list?

Happy Reading!