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By Susana Ellis | Comments: ( 860 ) | Date: ( Oct 15, 2019 )

At the betrothal ball of the man she had expected to marry herself, Lady Theresa latches on to the most dashing gentleman present, hoping to divert attention from her own humiliation That gentleman happens to be her father s distant cousin and heir, Damian Ashby, a useless London fribble in her opinion He is not favorably impressed with her either.But when her father becAt the betrothal ball of the man she had expected to marry herself, Lady Theresa latches on to the most dashing gentleman present, hoping to divert attention from her own humiliation That gentleman happens to be her father s distant cousin and heir, Damian Ashby, a useless London fribble in her opinion He is not favorably impressed with her either.But when her father becomes mortally ill and Damian is unwillingly obligated to spend time with her at the Earl s country estate, the two of them unexpectedly find admirable qualities in each other and discover a mutual attraction.But can a London swell and a country lady ever make their diverse lives and interests work together A sweet traditional Regency short story.


  • Title: Treasuring Theresa
  • Author: Susana Ellis
  • ISBN: 9781419944093
  • Page: 284
  • Format: ebook

About Author:

Susana Ellis

Susana has always had stories in her head waiting to come out, especially when she learned to read and her imagination began to soar Voracious reading led to a passion for writing, and her fascination with romance and people of the past landed her firmly in the field of historical romance.A teacher in her former life, Susana lives in Toledo, Ohio in the summer and central Florida in the winter She is a member of the Central Florida Romance Writers and the Beau Monde chapters of RWA and Maumee Valley Romance Inc.



Comments Treasuring Theresa

  • Selene Grace Silver

    Recommended for fans of Jane Austen and Downton Abbey.A short novella, "Treasuring Theresa" does an effective job of showing how a country lass and her jaded London cousin fall in love. Initially unimpressed with each with the other, they must individually overcome their prejudices. Theresa is an independent-minded young woman who has turned her energy to managing the family property. After a dismal London Season, she shuns social events, and therefor lacks the social graces of her peers. Meanwh [...]


  • Linda Banche

    "Treasuring Theresa" is an enjoyable short Regency romance about discovering that what you should do is exactly what you want to do.Damian and Theresa are both likeable, the situation is true to the era, and although we know we'll have a happy ending, the author keeps us wondering just a bit all the way to the end. The hero's blond, too. I love blond heroes!There's also lots of delicious Regency language that most Regencies no longer use--a sad loss, in my opinion.If you're looking for a real "R [...]


  • Lori

    Find this review and more at Lusty Penguin Reviews!Pleasant and entertaining, Treasuring Theresa is a Regency romance by Susana Ellis that draws you in with endearing characters. The author’s attention to historical details resonates throughout this story, vividly describing the English countryside estates and the people who live there. The author’s harmonious prose in addition to her use of language fitting the time period makes this story jump off the page.When a sudden illness befalls her [...]


  • Teri Donaldson

    How sad that Lady Theresa has to attend a betrothal ball for the man she wanted to marry. Determined to make the best of it, she latched on to her distant cousin, Damian Ashby. Damian was not about to get caught compromising Lady Theresa or any other lady.When Theresa's father becomes ill, Damian must come to the estate to learn its affairs as he will inherit it on the Earl's passing. This is a short and sweet novella of how two individuals with very different views on life learn to respect, enj [...]


  • Nicole Laverdure

    If you love Regency romances, Treasuring Theresa, this short novella written by Susana Ellis, will surely please you. It’s a quick read, charming! I enjoyed Theresa’s story, the 1st story in The Hertfordshire Hoydens series!


  • Crystal Marie

    The cover had this right, this book is a quickie. But sometimes quickies aren't that bad. I really enjoyed reading this story because even though it was quick, I felt really fulfilled with what had happened during the course of it. Even though there were some aspects that would have been nice, more character development, the story still worked out well.Theresa comes off as a very strong character, she puts her life on hold to take care of the family house and take care of her father. Seeing as h [...]


  • Rose Wynters

    I was given Treasuring Theresa in exchange for an honest review. I was very excited to read it. I adore historical romances, and the description of this one sounded perfect! Damian Ashby, Viscount Clinton is attending the ball of one of his relatives, and he wishes he was anywhere but there. He's approached by a very, very distant relative of his and asked to dance. Her name is Theresa. The author really makes her words count, and pretty soon we see that Damian sets himself above the people at t [...]


  • Evelyn Nathalia

    I really love this book. It has a very interesting plot and lovable characters.Lady Theresa went to the engagement ball of her close friend, Reese. She thought she would be marrying him one day and his impromptu decision to marry another left her alone with no hope of marrying a nice gentleman. When her father's distant cousin, Damian Ashby stayed in her estate since her father was sick, she was really busy taking care of her father and the estate, not to mention the event coming up. When Damian [...]


  • Aleen ~Lampshade Reader

    "No high-sticklers!"This is the first time reading this author. It was a refreshing change from the other historical romances that I have been reading. A short read, Treasuring Theresa, is set in London during the 1800s. It was a short and sweet story. There are no sex scenes and truly there is no need. It is about a woman, Theresa, who is dealing with the illness of her father, an entailment of the estate, and of the marriage of the man she wanted to marry who picked someone else. To add to her [...]


  • Dixie

    This is an excellent example of the "animosity at first sight" theme, one of my favorites. The problem was that I so thoroughly disliked Cousin Damian by the end of the first chapter, that I found it hard to switch gears and believe that he was capable of change and of truly loving Theresa. Nonetheless, as Theresa taught Damian about the Granville estate, introducing him to its inhabitants and country customs, he was, in fact, charmed by her intelligence and industry. Charming the lady and convi [...]


  • Molly

    I loved this short novella is was great and I can't wait to read more. Susanna Ellis has a way with her character even though this is a short it was amazing. At the betrothal ball of the man she had expected to marry herself, Lady Theresa latches on to the most dashing gentleman present, hoping to divert attention from her own humiliation. That gentleman happens to be her father’s distant cousin and heir, Damian Ashby. I won't spoil any more since it is short but I loved it.


  • Diane K. Peterson

    I enjoyed this city-mouse-country-mouse Regency romance. It was a sweet story of surprising attraction and adjusting your aspirations. I found the romance believable and intriguing. Very nice story.


  • Brittany

    This was a short historical that I enjoyed a great deal. It was an enjoyable read and will definitely be looking for more in the series.


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