Susan Karsten’s Latest book review: Prelude for a Lord, by Camille Elliot

Prelude for a Lord takes the reader on a little-used path, with a plot element I have never run across before. The violin, female musician, and the mysterious melange cooked up by the author for this delightful tale give a savor that is unforgettable.

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The delightful voice in this regency stays with you, even in the hours of waiting eagerly to pick up the book again for the next bout of delicious reading.
The characters are sketched so well, the emotions so real, and the plot — delicious. Elliot brings it, making the historical era so attainable and embracing of the reader.

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4 thoughts on “Susan Karsten’s Latest book review: Prelude for a Lord, by Camille Elliot

  1. I just finished this book the other day. You were spot on when you stated about the hero/heroine’s emotions. Anyone who reads this book can feel the characters passion and love for music.

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