Simply Anna Review

Thursday, May 26, 2016

Lord Phillip Hamilton escapes London to run a plantation in Jamaica after a painful disappointment.  Hamilton's world becomes disrupted when a mysterious girl named Anna washes up shore in Simply Anna by Jennifer Moore.

Like most of Moore's work, Simply Anna is not the typical regency romance set in London society. I enjoyed learning about the characters and the side stories (and this story has colorful Pirates). Simply Anna is adventurous, entertaining and captivating. I loved the minor characters as much as the main characters. Moore understands how to tell a story and use words in such a way that the reader can visualize the details. Check it out at your local library or buy it for your collection through Amazon.

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