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Tangled Love is the story of two great estates. The throne has been usurped by James II’s daughter Mary and her husband William of Orange. In 1693, loyal to his oath of allegiance, ten year old Richelda’s father must follow James to France. Before her father leaves, he gives her a ruby ring she will treasure and wear on a chain round her neck. In return Richelda swears an o Tangled Love is the story of two great estates. The throne has been usurped by James II’s daughter Mary and her husband William of Orange. In 1693, loyal to his oath of allegiance, ten year old Richelda’s father must follow James to France. Before her father leaves, he gives her a ruby ring she will treasure and wear on a chain round her neck. In return Richelda swears an oath to try o regain their ancestral home, Field House. By the age of eighteen, Richelda’s beloved parents are dead. She believes her privileged life is over. At home in dilapidated Belmont House, her only companions are her mother’s old nurse and her devoted dog, Puck. Clad in old clothes she dreams of elegant gowns and trusts her childhood friend, a poor parson’s son, who promised to marry her. Richelda’s wealthy aunt takes her to London and arranges her marriage to Viscount Chesney, the new owner of Field House, where it is rumoured there is treasure. If she finds it Richelda hopes to ease their lives. However, while trying to find it her life is in danger.


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Tangled Love is the story of two great estates. The throne has been usurped by James II’s daughter Mary and her husband William of Orange. In 1693, loyal to his oath of allegiance, ten year old Richelda’s father must follow James to France. Before her father leaves, he gives her a ruby ring she will treasure and wear on a chain round her neck. In return Richelda swears an o Tangled Love is the story of two great estates. The throne has been usurped by James II’s daughter Mary and her husband William of Orange. In 1693, loyal to his oath of allegiance, ten year old Richelda’s father must follow James to France. Before her father leaves, he gives her a ruby ring she will treasure and wear on a chain round her neck. In return Richelda swears an oath to try o regain their ancestral home, Field House. By the age of eighteen, Richelda’s beloved parents are dead. She believes her privileged life is over. At home in dilapidated Belmont House, her only companions are her mother’s old nurse and her devoted dog, Puck. Clad in old clothes she dreams of elegant gowns and trusts her childhood friend, a poor parson’s son, who promised to marry her. Richelda’s wealthy aunt takes her to London and arranges her marriage to Viscount Chesney, the new owner of Field House, where it is rumoured there is treasure. If she finds it Richelda hopes to ease their lives. However, while trying to find it her life is in danger.

3 review for Tangled Love

  1. 4 out of 5

    N.N. Light

    At first blush, fans of Jane Austen might be taken by this book. The first third of the book is a brilliantly written historical romance that sets the scene beautifully between Lady Richelda and Lord Chesney. In some ways, their finding a happily-ever-after at that point and then moving forward with the story might have made this book something I could recommend to everyone. Alas, that was not to be. This is a book for lovers of conflict as conflict abounds. There was less conflict in the 100 y At first blush, fans of Jane Austen might be taken by this book. The first third of the book is a brilliantly written historical romance that sets the scene beautifully between Lady Richelda and Lord Chesney. In some ways, their finding a happily-ever-after at that point and then moving forward with the story might have made this book something I could recommend to everyone. Alas, that was not to be. This is a book for lovers of conflict as conflict abounds. There was less conflict in the 100 years war then there is in the last 70% of this tome. The author can be credited for creating a multi layered conflict that is hard to fathom in how complicated it is. It is no small wonder any romance could survive or thrive in such an atmosphere. The author did such a superb job of setting in stone the feelings of the main characters that I was dumbstruck with the ending and found it completely unbelievable. When something is so far down one road, it is highly unlikely to find it then on the opposite road, back at the beginning. Personally, I was extremely dissatisfied with the lack of detailed and lengthy vengeance being slowly done to the main protagonist whose antics and behavior the reader had to put up with for most of the book. It had a great start but couldn't carry it through in my view. My Rating: 3.5 stars Reviewed by: Mr. N This review first appeared: https://www.nnlightsbookheaven.com/si...

  2. 5 out of 5

    Eileen O'Finlan

  3. 5 out of 5

    Courtney Perry

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