Harkworth Hall by L.S. Johnson (Book Review #273)
Posted on March 31, 2017
by Jeyran Main
Harkworth Hall is a late Georgian historical adventure novel that has hints of goth, romance, and thrill embedded into it. The story focuses on the lead heroine, Caroline whom is very smart, adventurous, and is likeable. Her situation in life is The author and underrated.com kindly requested this review, and it is very easy to see how lost and stuck she feels having to marry. There is, however, a twist to this tale and that is what makes the novel very interesting. The secretary knows of a secret that changes everything for Caroline.
Although the story is short, it was well put together and was filled with an immense amount of content. It was very surprising to feel as gratified as I was, once I had finished reading this book. The literature style of writing is in a classic format adding to the texture of the theme, and it is action packed with romance and hidden twists, making it an ideal choice for a fast-enjoyable read.
There is a sequel to this book which made the ending more intriguing. It definitely provides something to look forward to and promises great potential for something as good as this one. What the work could improve on was its character development. Having said this, it did not take away much from the book since it was a short story.
I recommend this book to historical fantasy readers.
Written by Jeyran Main
This review was kindly requested by the author and underrated.com
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