Once again this year, I am delighted to have a short story in an anthology published by The New Romance Café. The collection is called A Winter Romance, and all proceeds go to breast cancer research. All the stories are historical, and I have, again, written a story based around Chanukah. This time, my characters … Continue reading Light a Flame
Here's a lovely review of The Bennet Affair at the wonderful blog Austenesque Reviews. The Bennet Affair: A Pride and Prejudice Variation "With The Bennet Affair, Riana Everly skillfully crafts an exciting Pride and Prejudice variation about espionage, hidden rooms, and falling in love with the enemy! This variation is a perfect choice for readers who enjoy Pride and … Continue reading Review of The Bennet Affair
Here's a lovey review of Death of a Clergyman from A Novel Sentiment (formerly Half Agony Half Hope). My Review: I'm really not one for mystery books but this one sounded interesting and one of the main characters is Mary Bennet who doesn't get a lot of love. I read the first book in this series … Continue reading A Review from A Novel Sentiment
What a lovely surprise it was to see this great review from Gumshoe Review of Death of a Clergyman!Here's the link: http://www.gumshoereview.com/php/Review-id.php?id=6689 And here's the text: Death of a Clergyman is the first of a new series featuring Miss Mary Bennet as the investigator. For those who are Jane Austen fans, you'll find your first guess … Continue reading Gumshoe Review loved Miss Mary!
You cannot imagine my surprise and joy at seeing this lovely review appear this morning. Thank you, and I'm just thrilled you enjoyed the novel. https://austenesquereviews.com/2019/06/the-assistant-riana-everly.html
Thanks, Francine, for this lovely review of The Assistant: Before Pride and Prejudice.https://romancereviewsmagazine.blogspot.com/2019/03/regency-pride-prejudice-prequel.html "When a Pride & Prejudice prequel is as good as the original, then indeed the author has excelled in the medium of writing, and Riana Everly does just that with this novel. Her rendition of young Mr. Gardiner in the prime of … Continue reading A lovely review for The Assistant!