Sterling Redmond

Sterling Redmond

Kim Nathan / Oct 17, 2019

Sterling Redmond Set in Gilded Age America a young woman must choose between circumstance and destiny Orphaned as small children Sterling Redmond and her older sister Charlotte are raised by their grandfather at the

  • Title: Sterling Redmond
  • Author: Kim Nathan
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  • Page: 499
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  • Set in Gilded Age America, a young woman must choose between circumstance and destiny Orphaned as small children, Sterling Redmond and her older sister Charlotte are raised by their grandfather at the family s Maryland country estate of Northampton Charlotte blossoms into a famed Balti beauty, but Sterling is interested in books and horseback riding than femininSet in Gilded Age America, a young woman must choose between circumstance and destiny Orphaned as small children, Sterling Redmond and her older sister Charlotte are raised by their grandfather at the family s Maryland country estate of Northampton Charlotte blossoms into a famed Balti beauty, but Sterling is interested in books and horseback riding than feminine pursuits Concerned that her niece will never find a suitable husband among the local Balti gentry, Madame De Chant whisks Sterling away to Belle poque Paris in search of a gentleman who can understand her In their absence, Nicholas Pembroke, the son of an English earl, takes up residence in the manor bordering Northampton When Sterling and her aunt return to America for Charlotte s wedding, Sterling finds that her perfect husband is living right next door But there is a problem he is already engaged to marry Charlotte.

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      • Kim Nathan

        Kim Nathan is a life coach and author of historical and contemporary romance fiction Born and raised in Balti, Maryland, she relocated to Seattle, Washington in 1994, where she lives with her husband and cats.


    632 Comments


    1. This is a hard one for me to review. The plot was terribly engaging. I read like crazy just to see how it would turn out. And the author's prose style is pleasant. Nice sentence structure, good flow. But this was one of the most thorough examples I've ever read of telling, not showing. There were pages and pages of exposition. Everything happened in someone's head, or it was told to us by this third person narrative voice. The actual interactions and scenes of dialogue were so sparse that someti [...]


    2. I got this as a freebie on kindle and it was an amazing quick read you feel drawn in.Sterling, is a likable character, who has gone through so much at a young age. All the way through I found myself rooting for and hoping she would get her happy ending.


    3. This is a perfect example of why you should not rate a book after the first fifty pages. I will be honest with you. When I began reading this, I figured I would give it a 3-star rating. After all, it was a typical historical romance and probably had a lot of sappiness about it. Boy, was I wrong!As I read on, I discovered that nothing could be further from the truth. This book had an interesting twist--that you will have to read about. Maybe it deserved four stars. The characters were well-develo [...]


    4. I'd like to rate this 2.5 stars but can't. It was a very interesting story with very compelling characters however, it's very tragic. First off, there is a violent character who reappears occassionally in the story and he's very disturbing to read about. The story centers around the title character and the members of her family. The problem with this book is, nobody marries who they love and back in 1889, affairs were considered a normal part of life, acceptable as long as you were discreet. I d [...]


    5. Dancing about in an era with a storyline that reminds one of Jane Austen and Georgette Heyer, the author has created a compelling story, complete with the fanciful society setting of the time. It was a quick read despite the length, and the characters of Sterling and her sister are reasonably well-developed, with Sterling being far more flushed out and complete. The one complaint I do have with this story was the ever-variant point of view. While we have the majority of the story told in Sterlin [...]


    6. I got this as a free Prime lend because even though it had mixed reviews the blurb about it sounded like something I would enjoy, and well, it was free.Oh man, I loved this book. Sure a lot of what people complained about was true. No one in it ends up married to the person they love. There is a lot of adultery going on. And yeah - it's not exactly a happy book. BUT - Watching and waiting for how Sterling and Nicholas will end up together, because you know they just have to, kept me going. Plus [...]


    7. Kim Nathan’s work is encouraging with this novel, especially for those fans of the genre and era. In particular, the heroine is likeable, believable, and the reader will cheer for her. Heartache and missed opportunity abound, but what good period piece is complete without those elements? Those characters worthy of a reader’s admiration are well thought out and portrayed, while the villains equally sicken us along with the other players. It seems a long and painful road to the end, but the re [...]


    8. Kim pens "Sterling Redmond" a historical romance with fascinating characters that are well developed. A fantastic love story that hooked me in and kept me turning the pages from the start. One of those rare stories that you just don't want to end! Highly recommended to all romance fans.This review is based on a complimentary copy which was provided for an honest review.


    9. This story is painful. Lots of love, lots of heart break and heaps and heaps of pain. This story is also filled with flashbacks and can be overly descriptive at times. It is still a very good story and worth a read.




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