Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Scandal at the Midsummer Ball

Scandal at the Midsummer Ball
Marguerite Kaye and Bronwyn Scott
 The Midsummer Ball is well known among the ton as the place to go for a match. The hosts have carefully chosen their guests for the intent of matching them up with another guest. But sometimes plans don't go as they should. And the hosts and guests will learn that sometimes the heart will change a course of action no matter what anyone tells it.

These two stories were fun, romantic, and well written. The two authors worked well together to create two stories that fit seamlessly together. Each author told a story about two guests at the ball. So while the stories were happening at the same time, the reader got a glimpse into the main events from different perspectives. I enjoyed the plots and the setting of a week long ball. Both stories were romantic and fit well in the regency genre that I enjoy.

I received this book free of charge from NetGalley in exchange for my honest review.

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