A Love Song for Ricki Wilde

A Love Song for Ricki Wilde

Fiction & Poetry, Modern & Contemporary Fiction
Hardback Published on: 06/02/2024
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A Love Song for Ricki Wilde
Modern fairytale
This was a beautifully written, whimsical romance that swept me off my feet. It wove in elements of mystery and history that made the novel all the more ca... READ MORE
Sophie at Windsor

Synopsis

'One florist. One pianist. One love story . . . One hundred years in the making.' Ricki Wilde has many talents, but being a Wilde isn't one of them. As the impulsive, artistic daughter of a powerful Atlanta dynasty, she's the opposite of her famous socialite sisters. In her bones, Ricki knows that somewhere, a more exciting life awaits her. So, when she is invited to rent the bottom floor of a Harlem brownstone, Ricki jumps at the chance for a fresh start. She leaves behind her wealth and chaotic romantic decisions to realize her dream of opening a flower shop. Then one evening in February, as the heady scent of night-blooming jasmine fills the air, Ricki encounters a handsome stranger who knocks her world off balance in the most unexpected way. Set against the backdrop of modern Harlem and Renaissance glamour, A Love Song for Ricki Wilde is a swoon-worthy love story of two passionate artists drawn to the magic, romance, and opportunity of New York.

  • Publisher: Quercus Publishing
  • ISBN: 9781529426168
  • Number of pages: 352
  • Weight: 560g
  • Dimensions: 236 x 160 x 36 mm

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A Love Song for Ricki Wilde
Definitely not as strong as William's previous novel(s), a little disappointing
Having read (and enjoyed) Tia William's previous novel 'Seven Days in June', I was really looking forward to this title and the premise of 1920s meets the ... READ MORE
Sydney K
A Love Song for Ricki Wilde
An evocative story of love against all odds. Highly recommended
REVIEW  cw: racism, mention of lynchings, grief, anxiety, BPD, miscarriage, addiction, cancer, suicide  Ricki has always been a mystery to her rich and p... READ MORE
AlisAdventuresInLiterature
A Love Song for Ricki Wilde
Wildly Entertaining and Hot
This was ridiculously entertaining. I love Tia Williams. She writes with a really broad sense of humour bordering on the ridiculous. Her characters are bol... READ MORE
Katy Wheatley