Reviews by gibel

Only One Love, or Who Was the Heir

by Charles Garvice

A good romance, in the same style as Garvice’s other books and fashionable to most romance books written in that period where good overcomes evil and true love always prevails. If you love wholesome traditional romances, you’ll enjoy this and other Charles Garvice’s books.

Reviewed on 2014.01.06

The Woman's Way

by Charles Garvice

You’ll have to have an incontestable view of fate to find the story believable. This is the third of Garvice’s book I have read and they follow the same themes as most other good romances of the period, ending in blissful love, wealth, and title with the bad guys punished. If you’re like me and enjoy these love stories from 100 years ago, you’ll love this one too.

Reviewed on 2013.12.24

At Love's Cost

by Charles Garvice

This was a wonderful romance and highly recommend it. The young couple are such good people that you look forward to every next page hoping it will bring their union and happiness. This is the second book I have read by Charles Garvice and I look forward to reading the rest his books.

Reviewed on 2013.12.10

Adrien Leroy

by Charles Garvice

This was a great story of good overcoming evil and finding true love. The ending was bitter sweet though, with the loss of an innocent life outweighing the happiness that usually comes at the end of a romance.

Reviewed on 2013.10.02

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