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Affectionately Yours

2.91  ·  Rating Details  ·  11 Ratings  ·  4 Reviews
Anna Tremain was thrilled when after months of silence she received a letter from her dearest friend, Valerie Monroe. Welcoming their renewed correspondence, Anna happily revealed her most intimate thoughts and fondest wishes to her cherished confidant. Then Anna met Valentine, Lord Alverston, Valerie's sensitive, handsome brother, who seemed to know her every secret desir ...more
Paperback, 256 pages
Published February 1st 2000 by Zebra
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Kathy ~ Bookworm Nation
I thought the plot sounded like a lot of fun, kind of like a Regency You’ve Got Mail. Unfortunately, it kind of failed in the execution. I think my biggest problem with the book was the over detailed descriptions and repetitiveness. For me, it caused the story to drag and I caught myself skimming quite a bit. In so doing, it made it hard for me to really relate to the characters or their situation. I liked the idea of Valentine writing to Anna (pretending to be his sister), I was glad the letter ...more
Jacqueline
Pages survived: 40

So, at forty pages into this novel, I was already start to lean towards the idea that such was heading straight towards Suckage City. The brief introduction we, the reader, is given of the hero was so stiff, jaunty, and disconnected that I immediately didn’t care about who he was, or his back-story. However, I bided my time, for I firmly believe more than one novel's aspect has to suck in order for me to cease reading so PDQ. Well, then the letter exchange starts happening. And
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Sonja
Feb 18, 2009 Sonja rated it really liked it
I enjoyed this book not only for its romance but also for a well done glimpse into the fringes of London society we don't often get to see in Regency novels. I think there's a little bit of country girl in all of us, and it was fun to read about Anna falling in love with a man she thought was so out of her league, even as he had already fallen head over heels for her. I'd love to read more from Kathryn June. Here's hoping there's more to come.
Evelyn
Dec 30, 2010 Evelyn rated it really liked it
Enjoyable. I think Anna overreacted somewhat when she discovered it was Valentine who had written the letters, and not Valerie. But I feel I can overlook that since I liked the way it ended. :)
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