Belgrava certainly provides all the above and below stairs gossip and drama any period drama fan might be looking for.
Sometimes we miss out on some amazing titles that don’t make it on these lists, so for my most recent book segment on the CBC, I wanted to draw attention to the hidden gems that are still worth our time.
What I did take from Autumn was the feeling of hope. Despite unsettling times, the friendship between Elizabeth and Mr. Gluck offered hope and promise of a better way.
I’ll still recommend this book to my girlfriends because I know EACH AND EVERYONE OF THEM has pondered the topics Catron addresses in this book.
The question is this: will Kate, an independent, feisty woman be prepared to be used in this way? And will she be prepared to sacrifice her self for a man?
Each poem has the ability to take you in, to absorb you and hold you down like Petrificus Totalus, your eyeballs the only thing moving across the page.
It’s a refreshing change to see romance taking a back seat in this story because the plot really does center on these two women and the way they evolve as friends.