The Wallflowers

The Wallflowers

Megan Mulry / Feb 28, 2020

The Wallflowers Being the Anglo French daughters of a Parisian father and a titled British mother in would have been inconvenient Being their orphaned daughters unwed and eighteen was turning out to be disastrou

  • Title: The Wallflowers
  • Author: Megan Mulry
  • ISBN: 9780989997522
  • Page: 164
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Being the Anglo French daughters of a Parisian father and a titled British mother in 1825 would have been inconvenient Being their orphaned daughters unwed and eighteen was turning out to be disastrous Join twin sisters Carrie and Diana as they enter society in Regency London and unwittingly snare two of the most eligible bachelors in the ton ALL PROCEEDS FROM THE Being the Anglo French daughters of a Parisian father and a titled British mother in 1825 would have been inconvenient Being their orphaned daughters unwed and eighteen was turning out to be disastrous Join twin sisters Carrie and Diana as they enter society in Regency London and unwittingly snare two of the most eligible bachelors in the ton ALL PROCEEDS FROM THE SALE OF THIS WORK WILL GO TO MD ANDERSON CANCER CENTER 10,000 word novella.

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    About "Megan Mulry"

      • Megan Mulry

        Megan Mulry writes sexy, stylish, romantic fiction Her first book, A Royal Pain, was an NPR Best Book of 2012 and USA Today bestseller Before discovering her passion for romance novels, she worked in magazine publishing and finance After many years in New York, Boston, London, and Chicago, she now lives with her family in Florida.


    207 Comments

    1. There are no words to express my love and gratitude for Megan for creating such a wonderful short story about the sisters Diana and Carrie. In losing myself in their world, I've grown more in love with mine and all that I blessedly share with my best friend. Ainsi, à partir du fond de mon coeur, merci Mlle Megan.


    2. I liked this, but it really isn't even a short story, more of a short character study. There isn't any real conflict, not even a complication to the couples getting together. I would have loved to read a longer story about them, though.


    3. I was hesitant to write a review due to the fact that my opinion would be terribly biased XD But I couldn't resist. I must say while reading that I couldn't help but fall in love with the characters. And to see how the story unfolds, to learn what would come of the sisters, Diana and Carrie, was such a treat. To feel the life and love was just an adventure.Megan Mulry was so very kind to let my friend and I be a part of this charming read. To be connected to such a sweet story just makes my hear [...]


    4. Abrupt EndingI get that this was a novella, but wow. The author had barely introduced the main characters before it was over. The ladies meet the gentlemen, dance once and are married on the next page. That's the whole thing. It felt like the author had no clue where to take it from there, so she just ended it. It's a shame. I liked the characters and feel like she could have expanded it into a novel.


    5. This is very short but is a sweet and enjoyable little romance about twin sisters who meet the men of their dreams. The setting was 1825 London and was nicely done. Some of the supporting cast were barely there but the twins and their true loves were nicely defined with clear distinctions in character. A quick read with a little fun.


    6. Good short storyEnjoyed the short story. If you like when the wallflower gets the most eligible bachelor you will enjoy it too.


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