Review: Heiress without a cause by Sara Ramsey

Heiress Without a Cause (Muses of Mayfair, #1)Heiress Without a Cause by Sara Ramsey

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The girls born in the wrong era!

I wish Muses of Mayfair are my best friends. They are fun, and confident girls (with the time setting where girls suppose to be meek and softies) and of course they're kick-asses.

Somehow, they reminded me of the Bronte sisters, with the pseudonym and the confidence to speak out their talent in the era of 'Men's world'

If this is Ramsey's debut novel, i predict success on her future novels. Her story, to me, is vivid and quite realistic page-turner. which is great for me to 'living up' the historical settings.

The attraction between Lady Madeline and Ferguson have been felt from their first sight. I love both of the main characters, which is not often, and their ideals written in 3rd person is great for the readers to connect to them. I found them so adorable to sneak to their own house, it's so adolescence!

Big respect for Ferguson to confess his attraction first. Historical hero tend to be more introvert about their affection, it's refreshing to see a quirky hero. i love quirky.

If you love romance, friendship, feel good, with a dash of historical; Sara Ramsey is the author for you.

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Copy supplied by Spencerhill Associate via NetGalley.

Sara Ramsey writes fun, feisty Regency historical romances. She won the prestigious 2009 Romance Writers of America ® Golden Heart® award with her first book, Scotsmen Prefer Blondes (formerly titled An Inconvenient Marriage). The prequel, Heiress Without A Cause (formerly titled One Night to Scandal), was a 2011 Golden Heart finalist.

Sara grew up in a small town in Iowa, and her obsession with fashion, shoes, and all things British is clearly a rebellion against her hopelessly uncool youth. She graduated from Stanford University in 2003 with a degree in Symbolic Systems (also known as cognitive science) and a minor in history. Sara subsequently worked at Google for seven years in a variety of sales, management, and communications roles. She left Google in 2010 to pursue her writing career full time. Read all about her Regency obsessions and upcoming works at


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