My Lady’s Choosing by Kitty Curran & Larissa Zageris

IMG_1874My Lady’s Choosing by Kitty Curran and Larissa Zageris is an interactive romance book, sometimes when I read romances I don’t always agree with the leads choices so I was curious to read a book where I got made the choices. This book comes out 3rd April 2018.


The book is written with you are the lead character, you are a young and penniless woman in the eighteen-century. At the beginning of the book you are a companion for the miserable Lady Craven, and have been invited to a charity event by your only friend Lady Evangeline Youngblood. This event will change the outcome of your life.

Will you fall for;

Sir Benedict Granville, a well off relation of Lady Craven. He is handsome and witty, and only interested in people who can match his wit.

Captain Angus Mactaggart, a rugged Scotsman who spends his day caring for Orphans and widows of the recent war. He has a heart of Gold but a chip on his shoulder.

Lord Garraway Craven, Lady Craven Son is brutish and brooding who is prone to disappear for period of time of no reason.


I really enjoyed this book, and like the fact I could control what happened to the character. I ended up making the choice I would never make if it was me in real life, which was fun.

This book is prefect to pick up with you want to read a story but do not have a lot of time to do so. I read all the different stories and it only took my about 3-4 hours, but this means you don’t have to have much time to read one of the stories. I like the fact that I can pick this book and get a different story every time depending on your mood.

I enjoyed the fact that the all the Romances were different, and mixed in different genre of romances like action, mystery and humour.

This is a light-hearted whimsical romance that is perfect for anyone that want some fun with their romance reading

I give this book 3.6 out of 5.


Thank you to Quirk for sending me a copy of the book to read for an honest review.

Thanks for reading

Gem x



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