Three Romances: Brizecombe Hall, Kitty & The Hangar Dance

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Collection of Three Romantic Stories that are Short & Sweet: "5 stars; perfect for a quick romance fix!" Brizecombe Hall - set in early Victorian England, 'A young woman must value, above all else, her virtue.' Kitty - "Captured the spirit of our well-loved Regency romances far better than some lengthier works." The Hangar Dance - set during World War II, "A story about love, innocence and loss." More

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Words: 25,790
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301457373
About Catherine E. Chapman

I write women's fiction and romance. My longer works have been described as quirky romances. I also write shorter fiction in the genre of historical romance.

For tasters of my writing, the short stories, 'Opening Night,' 'The Ramblers,' 'The Family Tree,' 'The Office Party' and 'All The Trimmings,' are available to download for free from Smashwords & their retailers.

Many thanks to all who have reviewed, recommended and rated my books. I really appreciate feedback from readers.

'Brizecombe Hall,' a novelette set in England in the early Victorian period, has been my most popular book to date, receiving great responses from readers who appreciate that it's intended to be an homage to the Brontes.

A review of 'Kitty,' my Regency romance, written in an Austen-esque style, concluded, "Well worth your time for a light and light-hearted read. I recommend it to all who just need a small diversion from life."

'Three Romances,' a collection of the stories, 'Brizecombe Hall,' 'Kitty' and my WWII romance, 'The Hangar Dance,' is available digitally and in print.

The novel, 'Elizabeth Clansham,' is also available in both digital and print formats.

My latest contemporary novella is 'Clifton.' There are more short historical romances in the pipeline...

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Review by: John Whelan on Feb. 09, 2014 :
Three good short stories, two historical and one more recent historical.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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