AN IMPROBABLE SEASON synopsis from the publisher:
AN IMPROBABLE SEASON by Rosalyn Eves
When Thalia, Kalliope, and Charis set off to Regency London for their first Season, they know exactly what they want. Thalia means to make her mark among the intelligentsia and publish her poetry. Her sister, Kalli, aims to take high society by storm, with parties and gowns galore and a proper husband at the end of it all.
Their cousin Charis hopes to earn her place among the (nearly exclusively male) scientific elite.
But it doesn’t take long for things to fall apart. Kalli finds herself embroiled in scandal and reliant upon an arranged marriage to redeem her reputation, Thalia’s dreams of becoming a great poet are threatened by her attraction to a charming rake, and Charis finds herself an unexpected social hit—and the source of a scientific dilemma that her heart might not survive. Can these young women find their happily ever afters in this turbulent London Season?
My Review: An Improbable Season
Be ready to be delighted by this enchanting regency novel!
Filled with strong female characters ready to take on London and the ton. Character driven, AN IMPROBABLE SEASON has three very distinct voices, Thalia, Kalliope, and Charis and readers will probably be drawn to one or all three.
I absolutely LOVED Charis. She’s this quirkily, blunt, academic driven eighteen-year-old who would prefer to be at a science lecture or in a lab discovering the next species of bird (think Madam Curie, but in ornithology instead of chemistry) than at a ball or social call.
A Few More Thoughts
And friends, the banter between Charis and her love interest! I couldn’t get enough. If you love enemies-to-lovers trope, they are perfection. AN IMPROBABLE SEASON is a series of unfortunate events that leads Kalliope into the hands of Thalia’s best friend (who by the way is absolutely adorable), while Thalia clearly is falling for a rake, and as for my favorite, Charis’ uninterest and honesty lands her in uncharted territory when it comes to romantic relationships.
It’s so wonderfully crafted, readers will be charmed, giddy, and enwrapped from start to finish.
Go preorder this book!
Happy Reading ~ Cece
RATING: – Exceptionally Inked
|Pub Date||ISBN||Page Count||Publisher||Age Group||Source & Format||Review Posted Online|
|25-Apr-23||978-0374390181||352||Farrar, Straus and Giroux (BYR)||Young Adult||NetGalley, Digital ARC||August 1, 2022|
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