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Product Details

  • Paperback: 234 pages
  • Publisher: O W Press (July 18, 2013)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0983623260
  • ISBN-13: 978-0983623267
  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.5 x 9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 14.7 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,463,581 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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I play the violin and understand Sophie's love of her instrument.
The story had intrigue, suspense, betrayal, secrets, surprises, romance, and very clean.
I thoroughly enjoyed reading this the third in GG's series of Regency Romance.
William F. Whitaker

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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Anna Tueller on July 23, 2013
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The joy of reading one of GG Vandagriff's Regency romances comes from first reveling in how well the author has mastered the familiar aspects of the genre but then immediately noticing how she has pushed the boundaries and stretched the rules of the formula. This is especially true in Lord Trowbridge's Angel, GG Vandagriff's latest publication. Sophie Edwards is everything a heroine of a Regency romance should be: beautiful, new to the ton, innocent, but at the same time, she walks with a limp. Furthermore, her passion and purpose in life come from her music. Sophie is a gifted, dedicated violinist. Frank, Lord Trowbridge, is everything a Regency hero should be: handsome, witty, athletic, suffering from ennui. When he first hears Sophie play the violin, he recognizes the emptiness of his life and desires more. He understands that Sophie inspires in him a desire to do and be more than he has ever required of himself; he wants her as his "angel." As is always the case in a Regency romance, the course of their love doesn't run smoothly. A former mistress gets in the way. Sophie's insecurities come into play. These difficulties are the stuff of the Regency formula, but what stretches the formula are the glimpses we get into the past histories and the psychological scars of the two characters. While adhering to the dictates of the genre, GG Vandagriff creates two vulnerable characters whose inability to trust is not just a plot formula but a believable response to the lives they have lived before they met. In Lord Trowbridge's Angels, the reader enjoys the familiarity of the tried and true along with the sense of something deeper and darker.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By booklover on March 26, 2014
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This was the second book of G.G. Vandagriff that I read, and I must say, I didn't like it at all. I am glad though that I gave the author another chance and read some of her other stories, which I liked very well.

This one was just lacking! Like another reviewer wrote, the dialogues (in my opinion one of the author's strong points) were stilted... they didn't feel natural. The heroine kept changing her mind about the hero. Honestly I didn't feel that she was in love at all. At least her behaviour didn't show it. She kept questioning the hero's love and herself during the whole book.

The hero on the other hand was obviously in love. BUT... he did one stupid thing after another!!! OMG!!!! I really wanted to hit him! It was also annoying that it took so long to solve the problem. The solution was obvious to me as a reader, and I hate it when the the figures in a book don't show any initiative and keep moaning about their problem instead of doing something about it.

I hope the next one will be better...
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Masquerade Crew on March 27, 2014
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I liked the idea of this story; I’m a closet Regency romance reader and this had all the makings of a good read. I wasn't disappointed, but the story was slightly predictable.

There were a few moments, when I shook my head as I was reading or blatantly cried out, ‘Noooooooo!’ And not in a good way, either.

While we learnt about the characters, I didn't connect with them. But at the same time, I did like them. I enjoyed the added extras about Sophie’s abilities on the violin as well as the Home/School for girl orphans. I loved her descriptions, G.G really did describe the dresses and the scenes so I felt I was there.

I did enjoy the book and would I recommend it to other people? The 20,000 dollar question?

Yes. I would.

I liked it and would read another book by this author. You can’t ask for more.

Review Disclaimer: Book provided in exchange for an honest review.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Kit-Kat75 on October 3, 2013
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Frank was asked to escort Sophie to her first ball. She had an injury as a child that left her unable to dance. Little did he know, she would charm the socks off him!!

I'm not an expert of the Regency period, but Ms. Vandagriff seemed to do an exceptional job in using true-to-period language and dialogue. I thought that really added to the story.

Sophie was such a sweet and trusting girl. Even when Frank became involved in some compromising situations, she wasn't overly angry--she was more self-punishing, if anything. She was willing to give him up and live the life of a spinster, because if she couldn't have him, she wanted no one. I guess she was naive, but it was endearing. It seemed that she and Melissa were such good friends, yet they knew nothing about the other one's feelings.

Frank, for all of his worldliness, was clueless to the ways of the ton. I had to laugh at some of the situations he found himself in. It was like someone gave him a shovel--he would try and get out of one scrape and find himself even deeper into another one. The harder he tried to dig himself out, the worse things got.

I enjoyed watching the story and the different bits and pieces come together. I would have liked more closure on the school for the poor. I felt like that was brought up time and again and then dropped. I had forgotten that I had read a book about one of Sophie's sisters awhile ago. This book is part of a series, yet is perfectly fine as a stand-alone.

Content: talk of mistresses (no descriptions); kissing. Clean.
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I realize that I am one of those rare people in the world who gets to live a life full of passion, romance, suspense, angst, fulfillment, humor, and mystery. I am a writer. Every day when I sit down at my computer, I enter into a world of my own making. I am in the head of a panoply of characters ranging from a nineteen-year-old Austrian debutante (The Last Waltz) to a raging psychopath (The Arthurian Omen) and four women at once in The Only Way to Paradise. Then there are the feisty heroines of my Regency romances . . .

I am a traditionally published,award-winning, best-selling writer who has recently gone Indie. I enjoy genre-hopping, having published a genealogical mystery series, two women's fiction novels, two historical romances, two suspense novels, seven Regency romances, and a couple of non-fiction offerings.

With a BA from Stanford and an MA from George Washington University in International Relations, I somehow stumbled into finance. But, once my husband was through law school, I never wanted to do anything but write and raise kids. Now the kids are gone, but (even better) there are five grandchildren who provide my rewards for finishing a manuscript.

Aside from the grandchildren, my favorite things include: Florence, Italy; snow storms; Oreos; real hot chocolate; sweaters; Sundance Resort; lilacs; and dachshunds.

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