A MOST PECULIAR CIRCUMSTANCE
Turano’s second novel is a laugh-out-loud, charming historical romance with witty, sweet characters. Her amazing stories are believable and will remain in the hearts of readers long after the end of the book.
Born into privilege, Arabella Beckett has always wanted to help those less fortunate than herself. She traipses across the country attending suffragette rallies and lectures. When she lands in jail after trying to help a fellow suffragette, her brother sends P.I. Theodore Wilder to find her and bring her back into the family fold. Back in New York, they are thrown together on more than one occasion and they soon find themselves in a situation that neither of them really wants to get out of. (BETHANY HOUSE, Jun., 352 pp., $14.99)