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  • This book is a nice read if you're taking a flight and want a book with a very descriptive narrative, Return to Summerhouse is for you

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      This book is a nice read if you’re taking a flight and want a book with a very descriptive narrative, Return to Summerhouse is for you. Once again you are introduced to Madame Zoya from Jude’s book Summerhouse and three women who seemingly have nothing in common.

      This book is different from the first


      one in that it centers around Amy who is distraught after a miscarriage.

      Amy begins to go back in time before she meets with Madame Zoya and requests that her two housemates go back in time with her.

      At 425 pages it is neither too long nor too short and Jude does a really good job ...


      • interweaving the story lines.

        If you are into historical romances - this is it.

        She also paints a different picture of the late 19th century in regards to women and how they are treated.

        The women in this tale are strong women and get their way even in the face of ingrained sexism.

        At

        first, I was a little put out by the fact that Jude does not tell us what happens during Amy’s final two days with Tristian (the man she meets in the past) but I realize that she wants each reader to make the decision for themselves and that works out even better.

        This is a good read.




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