Saturday, February 19, 2022

Blog Tour: Review & Excerpt from Presenting the Lady by Daisy Landish

: Daisy Landish 
Narrator: Harry Frost
Length: 1 hour 8 minutes
Publisher: Daisy Landish2021
Genre: Historical Romance
Series: The Lady Series, Book 2
Release date: Oct. 21, 2021

Presenting the Lady is the second stand-alone regency romance story in The Lady series.
Arabella, nearing the time she will be presented and have her first season, is a little zealous and gets into the type of scrapes that could easily cause a scandal. Her brother, the Earl of Sunningdale and her friend, the new Countess, do everything they can to keep her from inadvertently sabotaging her future.
Follow the family as they feud, attend balls, hunt, and hatch scheme after scheme to get Arabella safely launched into society.

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My thoughts:

Presenting the Lady is the second short story in the The Lady series.  This one is Arabella's story.  Of the two that I have read so far, this one was not my favorite.  It's not really a romance.  It's more about Josephine and her husband from the first story trying to keep Arabella in line until her presentation at court.  I would have liked it to focus more on her eventual match and how they ended up in love.  Despite that, it was still a worthwhile listen.  It shows the lengths family will go to protect their own. The audio quality and narrator was as good as the first one. Give it a try.

About the Author: Daisy Landish

When she’s not writing romance books, Daisy Landish enjoys hiking at dawn and riding into the sunset on her trusted steed, Rosebud.

About the Narrator: Harry Frost

Harry Frost is an English voice actor specialising in audiobook narration and production. He’s passionate about the power of the audio medium to bring literature to life in every sense; to turn books into true companions for life as it is lived, rather than things one must escape the world and defer responsibility to read. His studio is in rural Leicestershire, he has recently found an unlikely love of Economics, and he mixes a really good Manhattan.

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