Stevenson (1892-1973) was a bestselling author of light romantic fiction, known for her warm and captivating characters, her humor, her vivid settings (often Scotland but sometimes London), and her wonderful storytelling. Reading about how she crafted her stories was very interesting for a fan like me.
several have been reprinted by the Furrowed Middlebrow imprint of Dean Street Press. Try one of these in book or electronic form:
Spring Magic - 25-year-old Frances Field escapes to a small village in Scotland to finds herself
Vittoria Cottage - Caroline, a young widow, and her children, find romance in small English town - but it's complicated . . .
Mrs. Tim Christie (aka Mrs. Tim of the Regiment) - Set in the 1930s, this is written in the form of journal entries about Hester Christie's quirky life as the wife of a British military officer.
|I look forward to adding to my shelves soon!|