Review of “Finding Lady Enderly” by Joanna Davidson Politano

If you like suspenseful romance novels without all the explicit sex and bad language then Joanna Davidson Politano’s “Finding Lady Enderly” is just the book you’re looking to read. This books was hard to put down with the edge of your seat situations that occur throughout the book. My favorite thing in this book are the notes that the main character and her love interest exchange using books. They using the initials of the author, a colon, the initials of the book, and then the page number to tell the other where to look for an underlined passage. The underlined passage is the message for the other person. I really like on page 92 where the author says “My dear lady, carrying yourself with poise doesn’t mean you believe yourself to be perfect. It simply means you aren’t bothered by the parts that aren’t.” I also really like on page 163 where the main character’s love interest tells her “The weakest version of the real you is stronger than the best imitation of someone else.” One thing I think that people will be surprised about in regards to this book are the life lessons that you can take from it. I highly recommend this book and I intend on going back to read other authors other books.

Disclaimer: I received a free copy of this book in order to give an honest review.