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Published: November 11, 2015
Number of pages: 234
Synopsis:E.H. Nolan brings back the most beloved character from her Amazon best-selling debut in this sequel to "Mabel Crowley." Handsome, brilliant, charming, and a millionaire, Theodore Hartley is the most sought after man in all England. At thirty-nine, Theodore is confident that that he will never settle down, until he meets the beautiful and intriguing sixteen-year-old Alice Ingleson. Four decades of Mabel's life was recorded in "Mabel Crowley," but hers wasn't the only intriguing narrative. Dozens of characters, all struggling with their own hopes and hardships, mingled and crossed paths with Mabel throughout the years. Enter a world thirty years before Mabel Crowley, a time when Theodore Hartley was a young man in search of his destiny. It's time we read his story .
What did I think of this book:
This is the first book I have read by this author and even though it is part of a series it can be read as a stand alone book and you will not feel at all lost. Now with that being said I am sure by reading the rest of the series you will gain even more insight on some of the characters like Mabel Crowley for one. I liked how the author describes the settings. Her descriptions made you feel as if you were a part of the story and you could really see and feel as if you knew each person. I enjoyed reading how Theodore and Alice. It was nice to read him and watch him progress as a person and a man. I am glad I got the chance to read this book.
About the author:Nolan graduated magna cum laude from Chapman University, earning a B.A. in Political Science and a minor in Film Studies. Heavily involved in the arts, Nolan is an award-winning actress and an accomplished composer and playwright. She has written three musicals, music, lyrics, and libretto. Nolan's first novel "Mabel Crowley" was an Amazon best-seller. Nolan loves to read and participates in a family-run book club, finding inspiration from both classic literature and modern masterpieces.