Independently Published 2019
This was an interesting read. Normally I don’t like split time books. This had me flip flopping, at the beginning I was intrigued with Shannon’s storyline but half way I wanted to read more about Adeline’s.
I felt the historical part, which seemed well researched, to be like “Gone With The Wind.” It has all the show of southern charm but that not everything is as perfect as it’s portrayed.
With Adeline’s storyline, it’s interesting that she’s restoring the home and uncovering some of its history. While in tandem reading what really happened in the home.
Apparently I’m not fashionable or not fashionable about shoes because I had to look up what chukka boots were and sperries. I didn’t know they had special names besides boots and boat shoes. 🤷🏻♀️ And for Adeline and Adrian, to have been living together for at least 4 months they would have talked a bit more. It’s all awkward. But I pictured him like a young Jeff Goldblum. This is more of a historical fiction/women’s fiction because the romance isnt coming through but I can’t wait to read the next part!
Check out the author’s website for a lot of history and details about the book. https://teaandrebellion.com