Review: In Good Company
`In Good Company`(Jen Turano) is set in the 1800's. I would have picked this novel just for the cover itself. It looks fun and inviting! The novel had me hooked from the first chapter. When Miss Millie Longfellow and Mrs. Cutling had a spat over childcare. I think the best part of this novel is the children's antics.
`In Good Company` is the continuing saga of `After A Fashion`. So the reader would be amiss if they didn't read `After A Fashion` first. I would suggest keeping a dictionary close by for the words the reader may not recognize, there are several. However, the new words do not take away from the storyline.
I would recommend this novel to readers who like historical fiction and/or children. I give this novel 5*, especially for the children.
**I won this novel from author Jen Turano. Thanks Jen!
Jen Turano is the best-selling, critically acclaimed author of The Ladies of Distinction series, and A Class of Their Own series, published through Bethany House Publishers. Her novel, After a Fashion, was chosen as a top pick from Romantic Times, as well as being named a top ten romance of 2015 from Booklist. It is also a nominee for Romantic Times 2015 Reviewers’ Choice Award. Her book, A Most Peculiar Circumstance, was chosen as a top ten romance by Booklist in 2013. Her seventh book, Playing the Part, will release in the spring of 2016, followed by a new four-book series, The Wallflowers. When she’s not writing, Jen spends her time outside of Denver with her husband and neurotic Cattle Dog, enjoying herself as an empty-nester since her son recently abandoned her for the college life. She can be found on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/jenturanoauthor/ or visit her on the web at www.jenturano.com. She is represented by Susan Brower of the Natasha Kern Literary Agency. Her books may be found in most fine bookstores, or follow the Baker House Publishing link to find additional places to purchase her work - http://bakerpublishinggroup.com/authors/jen-turano/1761