by Sandy HusebyMay, 2003
Seems like old times
Intrigues aren't limited to contemporary headlines, as Amanda Quick's Regency romance, Late for the Wedding, ably proves. In the newest adventures of detectives Tobias March and Lavinia Lake, the pair anticipate a delightful country romp at Beaumont Castle. But instead of Lavinia, Tobias finds Aspasia Gray at his door, desperate for his protection from a serial killer. Add in a body falling from a rooftop and the sparkling repartee between Tobias and Lavinia as they mix their romance with mystery-solving, and readers are in for vintage Quick storytelling. Late for the Wedding is as full-bodied and flavorful as the claret Tobias and Lavinia share while they pursue the killer and each other. Sandy Huseby writes and reviews from her homes in Fargo, North Dakota, and northern Minnesota.