Monday, September 8, 2008

The Weaver Takes a Wife

The Weaver Takes a Wife The Weaver Takes a Wife by Sheri Cobb South

rating: 5 of 5 stars

My friend Sarah recommended this book, and I'm SO GLAD she did. This book is just pure delight.

The Weaver Takes a Wife is a novel that has a Pygmalion essence to it. Ethan Brundy is a workhouse orphan who through hard work and good luck has amassed a very large fortune. His breeding, however, makes him shunned by most of London society. But, when he spies Lady Helen Radney at the theater, he declares that she will be his wife.

A nice clean romance, easily read in one sitting. It is definitely worth tracking down a copy.

Thank you Sarah!

7 comments:

Corinne said...

This sounds really fun! I've added it to my list :)

Sarah McBride said...

It really is such a charming story and book. I am so glad you liked it!!

Sarah McBride said...

duh. I forgot something.
I left you an award!!

http://blueboygifts.blogspot.com/2008/09/i-your-blog.html

Mrs. B. said...

This sounds great! Like something right up my alley. Thanks! :)

Rae said...

I'm adding it to my list as well. I love all of your recommendations!

bermudaonion said...

Sounds like a fun read. I've put it on my wish list, and boy has it gotten long.

trish said...

What a cute little book! I'll have to see if I can't mooch it. :-)