Prolixity Julien’s #CBR4 Review #20: Silk Is for Seduction by Loretta Chase
I signed up for a quarter Cannonball, but I’ve completed it and I’m working on my half Cannonball (speaking of cannonballs, my behind is one), and, not wanting to let the 79 works I’ve read in this genre since February go to waste, I now return to Loretta Chase, who, while not my favourite romance novelist, is extremely reliable and entertaining. I’ve chosen Silk Is for Seduction because it’s about romance and fashion, specifically 1830s clothing which is particularly ridiculous. Look at what the fashionable wore under their clothing, and keep in mind that a shift, drawers, and more petticoats would be added, and that those things on her shoulders would be like wearing down pillows –
Isn’t the thumbnail hideous? I dare you to click on it.
Once you have composed yourself, please visit my tiny little blog for the full review, including pictures of my own wedding dress.