Perception & Illusion: A Regency Novel

Perception & Illusion: A Regency Novel

Cast out by her father for refusing the suitor of his choice, Lallie Grey accepts Hugo Tamrisk’s proposal, confident that he loves her as she loves him. But Hugo’s past throws long shadows as does his recent liaison with Sabina Albright. All too soon, Lallie must question Hugo’s reasons for marriage and wonder what he really wants of his bride.
Perception & Illusion charts Lallie’s and Hugo’s voyage through a sea of confusion and misunderstanding. Can they successfully negotiate the Rocks of Jealousy and the Shoals of Perplexity to arrive at the Bay of Delight or will they drift inexorably towards Cat & Dog Harbour or the Dead Lake of Indifference?
Catherine Kullmann skillful evocation of the Regency period rings true, as do her protagonists’ predicaments. It is a joy to step into this other world with her.
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    Perception & Illusion: A Regency Novel Reviews

  • OLT

    Kullmann is a relatively new Regency romance author and I randomly chose this particular book of hers to try out. Her writing is good and not full of annoying anachronisms and the story began well, ev...

  • Simone Z. Endrich

    Austen and Heyer RebornIt's been a while since I've read a Regency novel that drew me in as this one did. What a find, is what I kept saying to myself while reading this gem of a novel. There are so m...

  • Barbara K.

    Good, well-researched Regency era historical romance, with characters I could sympathize with and some interesting family relationships and romantic outcomes. It relates well how dependent women were ...

  • ClaireMS

    I was given an ARC of this book by TBC on Facebook and by kind permission of the author in exchange for a fair and honest review. All thoughts are my own.All good Regency novels must have a heroine, a...

  • Priya

    It's been a while since I read a regency romance and this one was simply delightful!Along with the lovely estates, titles, curtsies, the proprieties followed during the 19th century, the two central c...

  • Chris

    Gripping story, read it through in one night. Fairly early into the book there's a happy ending which leaves you wondering what the rest of the book will be about. But this is only when the main story...

  • Gail Atkins

    A period novel set in the early 1800's where society had different rules. Lallie is governess to her step-siblings, a role her father gave her to earn her keep. Unknown to Lallie, at the age of 25 she...

  • Babus Ahmed

    An alluring story of a young girl, Lallie, who lost her mother at birth and is kept closeted by her father and stepmother. However, when her father hatches a plan to wed her to a man she dislikes to k...

  • Vanessa Wild

    This is a very enjoyable Regency romance, with echoes of Georgette Heyer, about how misunderstandings can cause so much trouble and open up a whole can of worms.It’s extremely well written and plott...

  • Tina Miles

    TerrificI really enjoyed this second novel in the Gracechurch series and am eagerly waiting for the next book. Contrary to what other reviewers have said, I can easily imagine the miscommunication and...