Sunday, April 1, 2012


I'll note the reviews that contain spoilers.

5 Stars from Lindsay Townsend (The Snow Bride)“I read the novella in a single sitting, smiling and laughing out loud at times. The romance is...tender and realistic, with a lovely subplot of a romance for Angela's companion. Not to be missed.” Full review here.

4 out of 5 (Lovely Rose) from Laci at Romancing the Book
"I enjoyed this blush romance immensely...I got the happily ever after that I was hoping for with not only the two main characters, but two of the supporting characters as well. Add to that a mystery and the whacky ducks, and this is a book that I would read again and definitely recommend to anyone who is looking for a well-written book that’s short, sweet, and humorous.” Full review here.

4 out of 5 from Snapdragon at Long and Short Romance Reviews"This story is full of unpredictable twists and turns. Quirky events and wry humor frequently lighten and speed events along… Conversations, like fowl behavior, were believable and often hysterical. Descriptions were exceptional, and wonderful for setting the mood… Characters, events, and setting were completely engaging and delightful - yet deliciously surprising…Fans of the English historic setting with the classic romance will really enjoy this one. Everything about this one is "right as a trivet"." Full review here.

4 out of 5 from Mac at Two Lips Reviews
“…a delightful and funny story… Ms. Banche makes the reader laugh and sigh with delight, while reading her most entertaining and lovely tale. AN INHERITANCE FOR THE BIRDS will brighten any reader’s day.” Full review here.

Colleen Snodgrass at Nights and Weekends
“...whimsical and romantic and altogether charming...I really enjoyed this book—much more than I originally thought I would. The inheritance might have been for the birds, but this book certainly isn’t!” Full review here.

Blurb and Excerpt here.

Available at The Wild Rose Press, Amazon, Barnes and Noble, All Romance Ebooks and other places where ebooks are sold.

Thank you all,

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