February 22, 2015

An Affair Downstairs by Sherri Browning

I received this book in exchange for a fair and honest review

An Affair Downstairs by Sherri Browning
Thornbrook Park #2
ISBN: 9781402286827
Mass Market Paperback

Synopsis: The attraction of the forbidden cannot be suppressed...
Lady Alice Emerson is entirely unsatisfied with the endless stream of boring suitors her family finds appropriate. She wants something more. Something daring. Something real. Each tiresome new suitor only serves to further inflame Lady Alice's combustible attraction to Thornbrook Park's rugged, manly estate manager, Logan Winthrop. Despite Logan's stubborn attempts to avoid her, Lady Alice is irresistible, and so is the forbidden desire exploding between them...
If you're a fan of Downton Abbey, don't miss the fascinating Edwardian world of Thornbrook Park.
My review: Sherri has done it again with An Affair Downstairs. She had me from the first page. I love Aunt Agatha she never seizes to amaze me with what she says. She reminds me of the Dowager Countess in Downton Abbey. Then in this book we get to know Alice a lot more. I really like her as she is independent and knows what she wants and will not give up until she gets it. Logan is also someone we get to know and another person who I fell in love with. Lord Ralston is someone I could not stand. He was night right and very rude if you ask me. I would get so mad while reading this book because just when you thought things were going Alice's way something would happen to stop them. Sophia is someone who I would also get frustrated with. I love how Sherri develops her characters and make them strong and easy to get to know. She also does a very good job with descriptions of the settings so much so that you feel as if you are really right there at Thornbrook Park. I can't wait to read the third one in this series later this year. I recommend this book to fans of Downton Abbey type stories and anyone looking for a nice romance with a few twists in the story. 

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