Sunday, September 23, 2012

Review: Stairway To My Heart

Driven by her mother's ambitions, Cordelia Conner is determined to marry her way into high society.  Kevin Newkirk comes from old money Boston and requires a wife of suitable pedigree to produce a Newkirk heir.  A match is made . . . but is it a match made in heaven?

Marion Marchetto's Stairway to My Heart (iUniverse, 2012) is a delightfully decadent guilty pleasure read.  We're talking 566 pages of gaudily glamorous bed-hopping.   Fun, fun, fun!  Plus, I adore the 1890s / early 1900s setting.  If you're looking for some very well-written fluff, Stairway to My Heart is an excellent choice.

I received a complimentary copy of Stairway to My Heart to facilitate my review.  No other compensation was received.  For full disclosure, see the sidebar.


Fireblossom said...

Fluff is my favorite thing. That's why I keep so much of it hidden between my ears!

Pat said...

Ha ha! I had to laugh at Fireblossom's comment!

This sounds like a good read. I like to change things up and read all kinds of novels. Thanks for the review.

Vision By MILA said...

looks like something I'd read on a Sunday afternoon, I will consider it..

A Lady's Life said...

There is so much reading done every day that picking up an actual book is a novelty these days.
and then there is kindle every one tells me I will have no choice but get hooked on lol

SandyCarlson said...

Sounds like some good entertainment!