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Sir Aubrey Tabor began with the most altruistic of motives. When the Brundys' seaside wedding trip is interrupted by a young woman claiming to be Mr. Brundy's sister, Sir Aubrey promises to do what he can in order to relieve his friend of an imposter whose presence poses a threat to marital bliss. But golden-haired Polly proves to be more than a match for Sir Aubrey, and with each encounter, he finds himself thinking less of his friend's honeymoon, and more about having one of his own.

©2000, 2002, 2011 Sheri Cobb South (P)2017 Sheri Cobb South

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Sir Aubrey’s tale & more of the Bundys!

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For those of you, like me, who couldn’t get enough of the Bundys in “The Weaver Takes A Wife” their tale continues here as they attempt to embark on their honeymoon in Brighton. However this is ostensibly the tale of Sir Aubrey trying to rid the Bundys of Polly, a somewhat unwelcome house guest and how he goes about accomplishing that feat. Once again, we have a rollicking good time, this time in Brighton and the surrounds instead of London and have Prinny thrown in for good measure! It’s a Regency isn’t it? I loved it and only wished there was a third book to continue the stories. Thanks to the author for providing me with a free audiobook for my unbiased opinion. I’ve read the print copy, as well, and think I enjoyed the audio even more!

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I really enjoyed this book, the characters are engaging, the story line is solid and it's well executed. The blurb that comes with the book doesn't do it justice.

There was a fair bit of drama in the story but it's very well done and does not come across as manufactured, rather it just seems to fit. The same can be said when there are misunderstandings between the characters.

Polly is a charming character, her naivete and her determination mix together well to create a very likable woman that you can't help but connect with.

I thoroughly enjoyed it.

The narration was well done with good character voices and a smooth and natural delivery.

I received a free copy of this book from the author and/or narrator and/or publisher and I voluntarily wrote this honest review.

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A worthy sequel

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Brighton Honeymoon was a worthy follow-up to The Weaver Takes a Wife, but not quite so disarming. It's charms weren't enough to keep me from occasional annoyance at the cliche Regency tropes (deception, silly misunderstandings). It was a delight to encounter Lady Helen and her Mr. Brundy again.

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Fun Regency!

This was a fun little listen!
I did not exactly care for Polly's deception but could understand why she felt she had to lie.
I would still consider this a "clean" romance, there was nothing explicit. Though the discussion of a mouse or rat at the breakfast table was funny.
Poor Mr. Brundy wanted a honeymoon, alone, with his wife. He didn't exactly get it.
I love how Helen loves Ethan. I found Sir Aubry's love of Polly quite amusing as it seemed to surprise him.
The ending was perfect!

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A Proper Romp!

While this tale can be read as a standalone, why would you want to? This is the second in a series about a weaver who happens to be one of the richest men in Regency England, and the characters and storytelling are too delicious not to enjoy them all. Book 2 concerns an orphan who claims to be Mr. Brundy's sister but she's really looking for her father. Delightful mayhem ensues. I had the pleasure of listening to narrator Noah Michael Levine's interpretation and actually enjoyed my chores!

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Good!

I really enjoyed this audio! Well written and great narration. I loved the humor in this story!


I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review. The fact that I was gifted this book had no influence over my opinion of it.

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Absolutely Awful

Where to start?

I did not like Polly one iota. One can't help but feel for her situation but she was a manipulative bit of goods. Although she was not malicious, the blatant lies were wearying. In addition to being naive (you will see what I mean when you hear her motives for going to London & her subsequent behaviour with the older gentleman in Brighton), she was haughty and testy at times. I liked Sir Aubrey but the romance between him and Polly was not believable so it was hard to cheer for a HEA.

Even the beautiful dynamics between Ethan and Helen were not the same. To be honest, this entire story felt rushed and didn't flow well--dull is an understatement. The secondary characters were not endearing. Sigh, this was a poor sequel to The Weaver Takes a Wife--Aubrey really deserved better. I can not recommend this. Save yourself the time. -_-

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Good read

Brighton Honeymoon by Sheri Cobb South was a good read. Ethan and Lady Helen are newlyweds that go on a wedding trip. Unfortunately the cottage they are staying in is filled with a lot of people. I enjoyed reading Ethan and Lady Helen's story.

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Loved This

"I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request, via Audiobook Boom, and have voluntarily left this review."

This was book two of the weaver's story. I loved the first story and this one did not disappoint. Helen played her role perfectly and the H/h were able to find each other after all of the twists and turns. this was a good story and the narrator was spot on.

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Next in the Ethan Brundy Series

About four months ago, Ethan Brundy saw Lady Helen Radney at a theatre performance and fell hard. Lady Helen's father, deep in debt, accepts a financial settlement from Ethan in exchange for her hand. At first, Helen resents her rich merchant, former mill worker husband. But soon she sees his character.

Now, Ethan and Lady Helen are getting ready for their seaside honeymoon in Brighton. A redheaded young lady shows up at their home claiming to be his long-lost sister. Lady Helen takes in Polly immediately and invites her on their trip, but Ethan is suspicious. Ethan asks his friend Sir. Aubrey to accompany them as well and keep an eye on her. Soon, Sir. Aubrey sees there's more to Polly than meets the eye.

I love Sherri Cobb South's regency romances. She combines likable, multifaceted characters with mystery and clever humor. Her novels are clean romances. ( I'll put it this way - I'm comfortable recommending her books my 70-year-old mother.)

It took me awhile to warm up to Polly because of her deception. And, at first glance, Sir. Aubrey seems to be a bored, unmotivated young lord with an overbearing mother. However, I liked them more as I got to know them. (Like Ethan, there's more to them than meets the eye!) The mismatched societal rankings are an interesting part of these stories.

Ethan and Lady Helen continue to shine! I love how Ethan stands up to Sir. Aubrey's sniping mother without being mean-spirited. Lady Helen shows deep levels of kindness and compassion.

Overall, a well written historical romance with lovely characters and a satisfying ending.

This book can be read as a standalone novel.

I received this audiobook in exchange for an honest review.

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This is a beautiful story I loved it so much. It is a classic romance of the period and absolutely charming. So elegant and full of colour in it's description of a period sadly long gone. A moment in time captured forever, to be brought out and enjoyed as if the day had just dawned.

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  • Layla
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Loved it.

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I love John pickett mysteries, so when I saw this I thought I had to get my hands on it. I have to admit that it is not as good as John Pickett series but I still liked it. It has humours moments with drama.
Just like I love John Pickett in the other series I found myselft falling for Mr Brundy.

I would highly recommend this to those who love regency romance with some humour and drama!