I’m so glad you’ve stopped by the blog. I can’t wait to share my thoughts on Megan Walker’s Lakeshire Park. It’s definitely a must read! So grab a cup of tea (or coffee) and chat with me!
*FYI: This historical fiction is a clean read.
About the Book
Brighton, England 1820
Amelia Moore wants only one thing—to secure the future happiness of her younger sister, Clara. With their stepfather’s looming death, the two sisters will soon be on their own—without family, a home, or a penny to their names. When an invitation arrives to join a house party at Lakeshire Park, Amelia grasps at the chance. If she can encourage a match between Clara and their host, Sir Ronald, then at least her sister will be taken care of.
Little does she know that another guest, the arrogant and overconfident Mr. Peter Wood, is after the same goal for his own sister. Amelia and Peter begin a rivalry that Amelia has no choice but to win. But competing against Peter—and eventually playing by his rules—makes Amelia vulnerable to losing the only thing she has left to claim: her heart.
All. The. Feels!!
I’ve found a new author! Y’all, this book is soooo good and has all the romantic feelings in it. The voice of Amelia Moore immediately hooks you in as you watch her struggle to put her sister above her wants and desire.
And the hero—swoon alert, ladies!—is the best! I loved how he tries to draw Amelia out of her shell and show her what love could be.
This book was so good I reread it a few times and still cannot seem to find the words on how great I found it. All I can say is please get it and read it so I can talk to you about how awesome it truly is.
It’s a great escape, especially in these times of the pandemic. I give it all the stars!
*I received a copy from the publisher via NetGalley. My review was not required nor influenced.
About the Author
Megan Walker was raised on a berry farm in Poplar Bluff, MO, where her imagination took her to times past and worlds away. While earning her degree in Early Childhood Education from Brigham Young University, she married her one true love and started a family. But her imaginings wouldn’t leave her alone, so she picked up a pen. And the rest is history. She lives in St. Louis, Missouri, with her husband and three children.