Dear Julia

Dear Julia Rosalie Stanton is a city girl who loves parties and fixing people When she finds a long lost love letter in a house she s redecorating she sets off on a quest to find its rightful owner Commander Wil

  • Title: Dear Julia
  • Author: Romy Sommer
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  • Page: 180
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  • Rosalie Stanton is a city girl who loves parties and fixing people When she finds a long lost love letter in a house she s redecorating she sets off on a quest to find its rightful owner Commander William Cavendish has lived as a recluse since his return from the Great War His peaceful existence is shattered by the return of the letter that once held all his hopes aRosalie Stanton is a city girl who loves parties and fixing people When she finds a long lost love letter in a house she s redecorating she sets off on a quest to find its rightful owner Commander William Cavendish has lived as a recluse since his return from the Great War His peaceful existence is shattered by the return of the letter that once held all his hopes and by its bearer, the irrepressible Rosalie, who bears an uncanny resemblance to his lost love Rosalie is just as determined to fix William and re introduce him into society as he is determined to resist her They both might have met their match.

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    1. This review was posted by me to Storm Goddess Reviews several months ago.Here is a delightful novel that will thrill even the most jaundiced of romance readers, a well-crafted exploration of a man’s deep fears and doubts, and a woman’s ability to lift his sorrow to the realm of joy. The novel is a sure-handed and brilliantly told romance.“Dear Julia,” Rae Summers’ book begins. In a letter to a young woman named Julia from her mother, we learn that the woman Julia’s one-time admirer W [...]

    2. Reviewed by AngieBook provided by the publisher for reviewReview originally posted at Romancing the BookRight away you pretty much like Rosalie and her spunky tenacity. Her mother long dead and her father too wrapped up in his writing, Rosalie takes over renovating their newest home and finds a letter to someone who hadn’t opened it, probably because it had fallen behind the mantle. She embarks on a rather quick journey to find the writer and is captivatingly determined to find out what his st [...]

    3. Dear Julia by Romy Sommer is a historical romance set in the 1920's.Rosalie and her father are renovating a house in Somerset. Rosalie finds a yellowed envelope behind the mantelpiece, with a ring inside it, and addressed to Julia. Rosalie is determined to find out who the mysterious Julia is, and turns amateur sleuth around the village.Major William Cavendish is a World War I veteran and a recluse. War has damaged him. See how his path crosses with Rosalie, as she determines to uncover the trut [...]

    4. I really loved this story! Rosalie is a really charming character, and determined to bring William back into meeting people and finding someone suitable, and despite his misgivings William can't resist getting drawn in!I think the thing I like best is the way that their relationship changes so subtly and graduallybut I don't want to give any spoilers, so will only say if you fancy a lovely period romance with a heroine 'helping' a reluctant hero, mixed with a compelling mystery in the form of a [...]

    5. It's been a while since I've read anything not set in this century but recently I read Dear Julia by Romy Sommer and loved it! Set in post World War II England, this book brings you the story of Rosalie and William. Rosalie's bright, bubbly personality makes you fall in love with her instantly and William's damaged war hero makes you want to rescue him. Will love conquer all? I highly recommend reading this book to find out.

    6. am not a historical romance reader but after starting the story I found myself in a lovely story that is truly a romance just in a different time then I am used to. The characters are lovely and its wonderful to see how as she helps the hero with a mystery and trying to find him a suitable women. Their relationship changes so elegantly into more and you find yourself immersed in a lovely story. I enjoyed this book and even if you are a modern romance reader you will enjoy this book.

    7. I don't normally read historical romances, but Dear Julia set the standard as to what it should be for me. I loved the spunky interaction between the hero and heroine and the sense of mystery that accompanied the main romance storyline. This is a must-read for any lover of historical romances.

    8. With a wonderful atmospheric setting and interesting fully developed characters, Dear Julia is an elegantly written must read historical romance. Rae Summers will leave you smiling and sighing well after you've read her book!

    9. As always, Rae kept me gripped from the beginning with her gentle, rolling style, gorgeous setting and sense of mystery. I couldn't put the book down until I was finished.

    10. Jane Hunt Writer First StepsJane Hunt Writer Book Reviews FacebookJane Hunt Writer Book Reviews Google+ There is a definite air of mystery with this story, which starts with a letter about a missing naval officer and continues when Rosalie finds an unopened letter, as her father’s newly acquired house undergoes renovation.Rosalie likes to fix things and play the matchmaker, often with unexpected results. This time she seeks the rightful owner of the unopened letter and when she finds William, [...]

    11. I ABSOLUTELY LOVED THIS BOOK.'Dear Julia' is everything we love in a historical romance. There is romance, a reclusive man and the girl who shakes his world and parties where.We have Julia, a smart, outgoing, brave and sweet woman who doesn't follow the rules of her time. And then we have William Cavendish. The perfect, quiet, mystery, handsome and secretive man. He has a secret personality hidden under a hard shell.After finding a lost letter while redecorating her new home, Julia sets her mind [...]

    12. This novella is set in 1920s Somerset and begins with a mystery which instantly captures the reader’s interest.I found myself wanting to know more about the enigmatic Julia of the title, who remained a little two dimensional. The action is told mainly from the perspective of the central character Rosalie, enabling the reader to emphasis with her feelings and actions.The storyline is straightforward and easy to follow but has few surprises along the way, so it doesn’t perhaps quite live up to [...]

    13. In Dear Julia we get to meet the very determined and motivated Rosalie. She discovers a letter to “Julia” in her family’s home while they are renovating and is intrigued by the letter and ring immediately. It is a letter to “Julia” from her Mother, and due to the aging on the envelope appears it has been there a wile. Determined to find out who this person was and return her letter to her, Rosalie sets out in town to find someone who knows who this person who use to live in her home is [...]

    14. Dear Julia by Romy SommerRosalie Stanton was a city girl, she loved parties and to “fix” people. Her father had bought a house in the country and it needed some make overs. While the worker were tearing off the old mantle an envelope was discovered. She had to find out whom it belonged to and return it to the rightful owner but all she had to go on was that it said Julia on the outside of the envelope. She asked enough people without it becoming obvious what she had to return to Julia. Comma [...]

    15. "Dear Julia" by Romy Sommer is my first read by this author and will not be my last. We have Rosalie Stanton who loves to 'fix' things, and Commander William Cavendish who is kind of a recluse. Rosalie finds an envelope with "Julia" written on the outside and returns it to William. Julia and Rosalie are similar in looks, and she makes it a mission to 'fix' William. Set in Post WWII era their romance has you cheering for this couple as they become closer.

    16. A mesmerizing historical romance, with a warm and welcoming setting and lovable characters that captures your attention from page one. Ms. Sommer has just found herself a new fan! Can't wait to see what she brings out next. Recommended.

    17. Sorry I'm sorry that I didn't read all of the other reviews. It could have saved me from wasting my time. The type of story where main character is flighty, vulgar, and loose is not my cup of tea. I exited at the too-descriptive sex scene. Shallow and predictable plot in any case.

    18. I would recommend this book with a clear conscience.I am not a fan of historical romances, but this was well written, the plot fast and the characters interesting.

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