|Reviews for Petals|
| LetMeWonder chapter 13 . 11/15/2014
Ohhh what's he planning?!
| LetMeWonder chapter 12 . 11/15/2014
Baha- her retort at the end!
| LetMeWonder chapter 11 . 11/15/2014
YAS! Thank you Melanie!
| LetMeWonder chapter 10 . 11/15/2014
He saw her, yeah!
| LetMeWonder chapter 9 . 11/15/2014
Why won't she reveal herself?! Gah.
| LetMeWonder chapter 8 . 11/15/2014
| LetMeWonder chapter 7 . 11/15/2014
WHY IS SHE SO STUBBORN?
| LetMeWonder chapter 6 . 11/15/2014
Way to go Lorraine! Get her back on track!
| LetMeWonder chapter 5 . 11/15/2014
AHHH! He must find her!
| LetMeWonder chapter 4 . 11/15/2014
| LetMeWonder chapter 3 . 11/15/2014
Her sister had better not mess this up...
| LetMeWonder chapter 2 . 11/15/2014
This is so cool!
| LetMeWonder chapter 1 . 11/15/2014
What a facinating concept!
| Elizabeth Newsom chapter 18 . 10/1/2014
Aww, this was so sweet! It kind of reminds me of Jane Austen and it's so lovely to have a clean story to read! I loved the plots, the flowers, and, of course, the romance. Nicely done! And, judging from your number of favorites, I'm not the only one who thinks so ;)
| Julietish chapter 1 . 8/31/2014
Hi! It's Juliet from A Drop of Romeo. When your story was featured on ADoR, this review was written for it: In Petals, Danielle Night whisks us away to the gossiping ladies and dashing gentlemen of Regency London and tells the story of Annabelle Bradford, a young girl enamoured with a man she dare not approach – Adrian Morey, the Earl of Dunlap.
Annabelle has a great knowledge of flowers, understanding their various meanings, and so, against propriety, sends a bouquet of bluebottles to Adrian to show her timid admirations, unintentionally starting a correspondence through her rough stable hand Jack and many, many flowers. In the meantime Adrian is under pressure from his father to marry, and not captivated by any of the young ladies London society has to offer so far, begins a desperate (and, at times, rather amusing) search to find the Lady.
Petals is a well paced, easy read and the writing is nearly flawless. Danielle Night gives us an idyllic snapshot of society, supported by a vibrant cast of characters. Adrian is everything a gentlemen should be – handsome and benign – whilst Annabelle is a shy, likable young woman who often reacts childishly in situations (making you want to strangle her through your screen), but her insecurity is a trait many can relate to. Overall, Petals is a sweet and charming story that should be considered a classic upon Fictionpress.