THE TEA ROSE
IF you love historical fiction, you won’t be able to put down The Tea Rose.
It’s an enthralling story that covers the complexities of family and fortune as it spans London and New York in the late 1800s.
You follow Fiona Finnegan and Joe Bristow as two young dreamers in London’s notorious Whitechapel as they and their families struggle to make ends meet in the shadows of the notorious Jack the Ripper murders.
The Tea Rose is a brave tale, with enough action to keep you engaged. Although it starts slowly, there’s a surprising depth that will have you spinning in the wake of the dramas they face.
Life is too fleeting, events change the course of their dreams within seconds and even hardened readers will be charmed by the characters.
There is enough description to furnish the imagination, not overwhelm it, and while it may not be 100 per cent historically accurate, it can be forgiven in a great story.
I would be remiss not to mention that the language, at times, can be colourful and strong.
This is only the first tale of Bristow and Finnegan and I hope you too will be captivated.
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