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Book Review: Lady Jane Disappears by Joanna Davidson Politano

187When Aurelie Harcourt’s father dies in debtor’s prison, he leaves her just two things: his wealthy family, whom she has never met, and his famous pen name, Nathaniel Droll. Her new family greets her with apathy and even resentment. Only the quiet houseguest, Silas Rotherham, welcomes her company.

When Aurelie decides to complete her father’s unfinished serial novel, writing the family into the story as unflattering characters, she must keep her identity as Nathaniel Droll hidden while searching for the truth about her mother’s disappearance–and perhaps even her father’s death.

Author Joanna Davidson Politano’s stunning debut set in Victorian England will delight readers with its highly original plot, lush setting, vibrant characters, and reluctant romance.

What I Loved: Lady Jayne Disappears was one of those fantastic novels that leave you speechless and wanting to gush all at the same time. I seriously loved everything here. The characters: There was a wide range of complex characters making up the cast.
The plot: This was such a fun ride from start to finish. The plot twisted and turned in unexpected ways. The mystery evolved at a slow and steady pace. And where the title may lead you to think it will be a suspenseful read, that wasn’t the case at all. It was mysterious but not life-threatening.
Politano brings a new, fresh voice to the Christian Historical Fiction genre and I can’t wait to see what she has for us next! Lady Jayne Disappears was delightful in every way and I plan to keep it on my re-read list.

Rating and Recommendation: I’m giving it 5 stars and recommending it to those who enjoy Christian Historical Fiction.

~I receivedĀ a copy from Revell through Net Galley. I was not compensated for this review. All thoughts are my own.

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