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Trisha Ashley recipesBudding author and die hard Bronte fan Eleri Groves decides to escape from her disastrous love life to a remote farm cottage in YorkshireLiving in the land of the Brontes has got to be better than her life at home and she ho. This is a very short story and conseuently I felt there was very little time or effort spent to really develop anything about the characters or the romance This story trades on the fact that you are already familiar with the novel Jane Eyre because that way the reader can fill in the details of the romantic hero s Henry s character I found there was little to interest me in this ebook sadly It was only because it was so short that I found it a uick read but there is hardly anything uniue about this story or any new light shed on what a modern Mr Rochester would be like Eleri feels very taken with Henry very uickly and mostly it seems it s because he bears a resemblance to the description of Mr Rochester in the novel There s hardly any backstory on these characters lives given with the only drama between Henry and his cousin over their inheritance Which was all rather lackluster The writing is fine and there were some ideas in this story that I enjoyed but ultimately this was a disappointment because I felt it had very little substance

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Finding Mr Rochester

In this fabulous ebook short story Trisha Ashley will whisk you away for a romantic treat on the Yorkshire moorsPlus the first chance to read the opening chapter of Trisha’s new novel Every Woman For Herself and get your hands on some exclusive. 04316 4 stars 20717 26 stars

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Pes that she’ll find some inspiration for her next bookBut what she doesn’t expect is to find her own Mr Rochester and much than she bargained for A warm witty and romantic short story from Sunday Times top 5 best selling author Trisha Ashley. Too short I did enjoy it although the fictional idea that Charlotte was inspired to create Mr R based on a farmer was highly amusing Somehow methinks that sounds like Emily s Heathcliff than Mr R And when the modern writer goes to visit the fictional farm the conflict between brothers Henry and Charlie certainly feels like WH than JE With that being said still amusing that Henry aka the descendant of Charlotte Bronte s farmer muse is a chef and an ambitious entrepreneur The part where Henry comes out with baked cheese scones had me laughing for several minutes What would make for even humorous fan fiction of sorts Somehow have the actual Jane and Rochester view all of this as a play Sort of like Hamlet s famous play within a play scene Jane and Rochester s reactions are sure to be priceless In all seriousness this is not a bad novella I wish it had been longer and developed but the idea itself isn t bad I ve read a few Bronte inspired spinoffs and sadly uite a few are poorly done Not the case with Finding Mr Rochester As I said good idea in need of further development but the writing was decent I recommend for a uick and fun read


10 thoughts on “Finding Mr Rochester

  1. says:

    This was such a lovely short but delightful story it was really enjoyable from start to finish and even gave me a giggle in a couple of places The only downside to it is that it was a short story I think this wo

  2. says:

    04316 4 stars 20717 26 stars

  3. says:

    I know this was a novella but it was still a lot shorter than I was expecting I wish it had been a full length novel because it had so much potential

  4. says:

    A very short little romantic novella perfect for reading with a cup of tea

  5. says:

    Really enjoyed this little story expecially with me being a bronte fan jane eyre being a favourite The truth is i'd have loved it to be a ful

  6. says:

    This is a very short story and conseuently I felt there was very little time or effort spent to really develop anything about the char

  7. says:

    A really nice fun uick read that has really whetted my appetite for Trisha's new novel I didn't dare read the preview of the new book at the end because they always make me so frustrated with having to wait to find out what happens next The story is great fun though and feels just like her novels which short stories don't always do

  8. says:

    Too short I did enjoy it although the fictional idea that Charlotte was inspired to create Mr R based on a farmer was highly amusing Somehow methinks that sounds like Emily’s Heathcliff than Mr R And when the modern writer goes t

  9. says:

    A fun albeit short book that whisks the reader from wherever they are to the York Moors for a modern retelling of Jane Eyre

  10. says:

    Short and sweet

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