Dorothy by Anya Wylde (review by Kristi)


About the book:  Anya Wylde is back with yet another Fairweather sister novel full of comedy, adventure and, of corse, toe-curling romance.
The Fairweather sisters adore each other and always stand by one another. But when circumstances force Dorothy May Fairweather to marry Lord William Edmund Huxley, the man her best friend is in love with and the Duke’s arch enemy, things change.
With her one foolish mistake, Dorothy manages to vex all those that mean the most to her.
Now all alone and miserable, Dorothy has to win back her sisters, the duke, her in-laws and of course, her breathtakingly handsome new husband.

Ebook, 242 pages                          Published October, 16, 2016, by Smashwords


My review:  Anya Wylde has done it again! She has created a story with a relatable and lovable heroine and a hero that you are sure to fall in love with, too. Dorothy is a quick read that will make you smile, laugh out loud, and love from beginning to end.

I immediately liked Dorothy. I found her to be spunky, witty, and kind-hearted. She seemed like the girl next door who often finds herself in awkward situations. Situations that will have you laughing out loud like the one she finds herself in with Huxley that results in their marriage. I loved the way their relationship progressed throughout the book and seemed natural. It was easy to fall in love with these characters and want them to find happiness. Huxley was the perfect hero for the story. Someone hiding behind a gruff exterior who you want to find true happiness and love.

I love reading Anya Wylde’s books as I know I am in for a good, fun, and lighthearted read and a fantastic love story that will make you swoon. Dorothy proved to be all these things. Dorothy is the perfect lazy day read. An entertaining and charming story. Definitely a book to read again!


About the author:  Anya Wylde lives in Ireland along with her husband and a fat French poodle (now on a diet). She can cook a mean curry, and her idea of exercise is occasionally stretching her toes. She holds a degree in English literature and adores reading and writing.



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