The 11th Commandment: A Serial Regency in Ten Parts

Rated 3.50/5 based on 2 reviews
("The 11th Commandment" was a serial Regency romance written for publication in InD'Tale Magazine. This edition is all 10 installments.)

Approximate word count: 21,000 (novella)

Lady Katherine never learned the fine art of hiding one's indiscretions. Thus her one mistake became Society's biggest scandal. Can she overcome the shame and learn to love again?

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Words: 23,380
Language: English
ISBN: 9781617521768
About Jaimey Grant

Jaimey first delved into the Regency time period a decade ago and hasn't stopped since. After several years of tapping away at a keyboard for her own entertainment, she finally took the next step and self-published four of her Regency romances in 2008. In 2010, she signed a contract with TreasureLine Publishing.

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Review by: wgsproat on May 31, 2014 :
I thought this was a great quick read. I could easily get involved with the characters and resolve their issues during my lunch break. Sometimes when you need a fast getaway short stories are the way to go.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: Sharon E. Cathcart on Feb. 20, 2014 :
Lady Katherine has returned to England to hear her husband's will read ... and, to her surprise, she finds Simon in the lawyer's office as well. Simon, with whom she disgraced her husband ... whose petition to Parliament for a divorce was denied.

That's the set-up for this short tale that was serialized in In D'Tale magazine.

I realize that there are always limitations with short fiction, and that it is impossible, therefore, to capture every detail and nuance that one might capture in longer form. I've read and enjoyed a good many of Jaimey Grant's books, and part of what I love so much about them is getting to know and connect with the characters. This time? I didn't feel like I could care about any of them. I know that's my issue, but there it is. I couldn't connect to the characters and the plot seemed more than a little implausible as it unfolded.

Nevertheless, it was a decent, middle-of-the-road read that kept me occupied for an evening.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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