Monday, October 15, 2018

Tabitha's Folly by Jen Geigle Johnson

Tabitha's Folly (Regency House Party: Somerstone)

Author: Jen Geigle Johnson

Published: September 30, 2018

e-book/paperback: 164 pages


FTC FYI: I received an e-book copy from the author. All views and opinions expressed are my own.

Goodreads Summary

Tabitha's Folly is one of Five books all set at the same Regency House Party Series. While each is a standalone story, watch our characters mingle together with others from the books in the series. The stories can be read in any order. 

Lady Tabitha Easton recklessly dodges four over-protective brothers while trying to gain attention from the man who holds her heart. She has many choices of suitors, and with Henry as disinterested as ever, she turns to what is wholly forbidden, an irresistibly handsome footman. While their friendship grows, her trust in him increases while her hurt and doubt in her childhood love and friend pushes her away from all she's ever known as family. 

When Lord Henry Courtenay discovers a new attraction to his childhood friend, his role as one of her chaperones at the house party becomes near impossible. Irrationally defensive about any potential suitors and seeking time alone with the enticing Tabby, maintaining friendship with her brothers proves more difficult than he ever imagined. His task becomes all the more difficult when she refuses to understand his growing attraction and often finds herself in almost compromising situations. 

When Tabitha's choices might lead her to danger, and doubt and distrust are high, Henry must prove himself or lose her forever.

My Review

Very fun story with humor and heart. Henry’s struggle was real when it came to Tabitha. I loved his ah ha moments. Their wager at whist was fun to read. Tabitha’s brothers were enduring, sometimes over the top, but their hearts were in the right place. Damien was intriguing at first. I really liked this book, it was a quick, fun, and enjoyable read.

4 out of 5 stars.

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