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5.0 out of 5 starsThey were courting and did not even know it, so sweet:-)
Reviewed in the United States on August 22, 2015
This has to be one of the sweetest love stories I have ever read. Heroine has always been over looked by her family that she believes nobody would be interested in her that way. Then you have the hero who just cant help himself and keeps seeking out the heroine from the beginning. He was older and jaded, so the whole love thing literally slaps him in the face before he realizes what has been happening. However, once he realizes he moves fast. The "courting" scenes were so sweet. My most favorite scene was him feeling desperate and going to heroin's home to beg her to see him again, incognito, after he tried to stop their meetings. I recommend it. PG rating. No cheating. Hero is heroines first love and defends her so sweetly:)
5.0 out of 5 starsThe unlikely heroine wins the day and the Lord
Reviewed in the United States on April 9, 2014
Like many Chesney heroines Fredrica is youngest and least likely to attract male attention in her vicarage family. With nothing else to occupy her time she sews for the poor and reads the wealth of books left by the previous vicar. Her lack of ego and her great conversational skills win her an unlikely friend and future.
5.0 out of 5 starsDelightful quick reads detailing aristocracy customs and vivid details of London, countryside and elegant clothing.
Reviewed in the United States on February 28, 2015
Read all books in this Series. Recommend these quick and delightful reads. Detailed information on the elegant clothes, customs of the aristocracy and describes the countryside and London in vivid details.
I really enjoy all of MC Beaton's books. Having gone through all the Hamish Macbeth (on Audible as well!) and Agatha Raisin I decided to start on the Regency novels. Yes, there are quite a few typos but nothing to detract from the storyline. I like a bit of escapism and these books fit the bill.