The Redemption of Julian Price

The Redemption of Julian Price

by Victoria vane


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781530670123
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 03/21/2016
Pages: 196
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.45(d)

About the Author

Victoria Vane is a #1 best selling, award-winning author of of smart and sexy romance. Her books have received more than twenty awards and nominations to include the 2014 RONE Award for Treacherous Temptations and Library Journal Best E-Book romance of 2012 for The Devil DeVere series. Look for her scorching hot Hotel Rodeo series coming from Kensington/Lyrical Shine early 2016.

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The Redemption of Julian Price 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
DebDiem More than 1 year ago
The Redemption of Julian Price by Victoria Vane is a fantastic read. This is a fairly quick read, a great choice for historical romance fans with limited time for reading. Ms Vane has delivered a well-written book filled with amazing characters. Julian and Henrietta's story is full of drama, humor and spice. I loved The Redemption of Julian Price and look forward to reading more from Ms Vane in the future. This is a complete book, not a cliff-hanger. I purchased a print copy of this book at a book event.
BuckeyeAngel More than 1 year ago
Henrietta believes she will never marry although Tom had proposed but didn't make it back from war. But Henrietta wants to be independent and not live with her brother after he marries, So she decides to go to London to see her aunt Lady Cheswick. Maybe Henrietta can become her aunt's companion. Julian and Tom and Henrietta and her twin brother Harry were all best friends until Henrietta started turning into a young lady. Julian was back from the war but has survivors guilt as he had lived and Tom hadn’t and Tom had been his best friend. Julian shows up just before Henrietta is to leave and offers to give Henrietta a ride. Then they could catch up on each other. Julian’s uncle had mortgaged his land and squandered Julian’s inheritance while Julian was at war. Julian had been raised by his uncle. Then Henrietta learns her aunt is giving her a dowry of ten thousand pounds and she asks Julian to marry her so she can help him pay off his land and he agrees. I loved this story was bittersweet in a way. Going from childhood best friends and Henrietta still helping Julian plus he helped her in she wouldn’t be a spinster after all. This was a good quick read. Also this story got a lot of your emotions going. I love how loyal Henrietta was to Julian also. This story grabbed my attention right away and kept it until the story was over. I loved the plot and the characters . I also loved the ins and outs of this story and I highly recommend.
Historical_Romance_Lover More than 1 year ago
I really liked this story! We have childhood friends that come together out of necessity not knowing that the other has aways had feelings them. I really enjoyed watching watching Julian and Henrietta transition from friends to lovers. This is my first book by Vane, but it definitely won't be my last! Thanks go out to the author via NetGalley for a copy of the book in exchange of an honest review.
Lacy_Chaney More than 1 year ago
As usual, Victoria Vane captured me with one of her sweet, romantic tales! This story is of Henrietta and Julian. He just came back to Shropshire from his term in the military with his name and estate in shambles and owing a large sum of money. Known as a deviant with a heart of gold, Henrietta has missed him all these years while away. He never knew she was in love with him, and she never knew he felt even the smallest bit of attraction toward her prior to his absence. She is free now that she has reached age to make her own decisions, and has decided to take leave to visit her Aunt's in hope of finding adventure and independence. Julian, being her oldest friend accompanies her, but little did they know that they would end up in a much more serious situation. No longer a teenager hitting puberty, and no longer expected to be married to Thomas (one of the four best friends as children along with Henry, her brother) due to his untimely death while riding alongside Julian during wartime, Henrietta finds herself concocting a plan. After realizing that Julian is destitute, and will be forced to relinquish all of his holdings in order to pay off said debt she comes up with a plan to save him, and in the process help herself....hopefully. Julian intends to pay off his debt and steal away in the night to become a mercenary as there will be nothing left for him. However, when Hen brings up her intent to wed him, he finds himself in a position to gain everything he has always wanted. However, will he take a chance? What of his mistress? The ride these two take you on is not only enjoyable, but sweet and fun. I just love Victoria and all of her stories. You should give them a chance if you haven't!
MoniqueD More than 1 year ago
THE REDEMPTION OF JULIAN PRICE by VICTORIA VANE Henrietta Houghton and Julian Price were childhood friends. Henrietta was even one of the boys until the dreadful day when her friends noticed she really was a girl. Julian was raised by a dissolute uncle, and he more or less followed in his footsteps, until there is no more money; his uncle has squandered everything and Julian is almost penniless. His name is worthless and even going to war didn’t bring him any honour, only heartache. Henrietta’s twin brother is getting married, her only suitor died in the war, and now she’s resigned to be a spinster. She’s travelling to London to see her great-aunt, the formidable Lady Cheswick, in hope of maybe procuring a position as her companion. As it happens, Julian is also going to London to see how he can try to salvage whatever little is left of his paltry inheritance. Nothing much ever happened between Julian and Henrietta as they were growing up; they were friends, even though there was a little flirtation happening. And they might not have revealed everything they felt about each other throughout the years. Upon arriving in London, Lady Cheswick does something that will change Henrietta and Julian’s life… THE REDEMPTION OF JULIAN PRICE is a novella of absolute perfection! There are no silly misunderstandings, it’s fast-paced, every character is interesting and complex, the story is solid and everything is entirely believable. Julian and Henrietta are wonderfully engaging; theirs is a beautiful romance, growing from an honest and deep friendship. The dialogues sound entirely natural, and Ms. Vane’s prose is absolutely flawless; it is gorgeously written, there are delicious sensuous moments, and one prickly issue is settled in a most satisfying manner. And I so loved the deliciously wicked Lady Cheswick. THE REDEMPTION OF JULIAN PRICE could easily have been a whole book, there is so much story in there! Just wonderful! I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
Lashea677 More than 1 year ago
A product of circumstance, few people took the time to look behind the reckless behavior of Julian Price. Condemnation and judgement were constant in his daily life. For those who took a chance at getting to know him, it was easy to see the boy struggling to become a man needed guidance and love beyond all else. Henrietta knew what fear and anxiety felt like. In her youth she was carefree and happy. Maturity brought change and loneliness that left her on the outside looking in. The Redemption of Julian Price is a coming of age love sonnet that explores the insecurities that have been breed by carelessness, guilt and neglect. I received an ARC of this story in exchange for an honest review. Ms. Vane allows her readers to learn about life, love and temptation right along with her characters. There is almost an innocence about these two as they reacquaint themselves with each other as mature adults. A fluctuating tempo threw me off in the beginning but I enjoyed these two together despite that. My rating: 3.5