The Respectable Charades
No one predicted the chain of events triggered by Jenny's discovery of her fiancé's body in his library. Least of all her chance to find true love.
Reviews for TRC 1st editon
(formally part of the Nine Ladies Dancing2018 Anthology)
5.0 out of 5 stars
"I loved Sherry's contribution, just the right amount of society intrigue, passion and jewellery for me!
Can't wait to read more."
11 November 2018
4.0 out of 5 stars
"The Respectable Charades by Sherry Gloag was a fascinating and poignant story with strong characters and message. Loved it!"
9 January 2019
No Job for a Woman
5 STARS Charming, sweet regency romance
"I read this story as part of an anthology. It's a sweet-romance regency filled with well-developed characters and plenty of action. I don't believe in reviews that contain spoilers or repeating what you can read in the blurb, but I recommend this story...enough that I intend to buy another of Ms. Gloag's books!"
December 20, 2016
The Wrong Target
5 STARS ~ it was amazing
"What a fun and clean romance with a great cast of characters, witty dialog and just enough angst between the main characters. Headmistress Tina Blackberry is just following school rules that had been in place for several years. She isn’t targeting Sheila Thomas, but the girl broke the school rules bringing a golden arrow to school. Ryan Thomas is beside himself with his daughter and the various schools she has been expelled from, and now it looks like another one. He will go down there and set things straight. Throw in a Cupid with a bad aim, shooting his arrows of love into the wrong guy and the right girl. The plot kept me captivated with this quick and quirky read. Sometimes Cupid’s targets can have a sweet happily ever after ending." Kathy Heare Watts
Noelle McBride considers her independence is worth more than a broken promise, and a catalogue of lies, and an eight million pound ruby and diamond ring.
Reed Tanner intends to prove her wrong.
Noelle woke to find a stranger staring down at her, hatred in her eyes. "Where is it? I know you have it, and it's mine."
Struggling to overcome the painkillers still fogging her brain, Noelle gaped at the woman. "Who are you? What are you're talking about?" Something about her actions, fiddling with her drip, cleared the fog from her mind.