- File Size: 1052 KB
- Print Length: 88 pages
- Publisher: White Rose Publishing; 1 edition (November 24, 2017)
- Publication Date: November 24, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B077N2N173
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
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The Baron's Blunder (Black Diamond) Kindle Edition
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Hence, I appreciated the danger and intrigue in this Gothic Regency romance. It was great to come across a heroine with fire to her, and by that, I don’t mean she’s brash, wild, or rude to people. She isn’t perfect, may even be a bit snobbish, but she’s got wit, brains, faith, and a level of fearlessness that makes her character interesting.
I found some parts of the story to be rather clichéd or overdone, there’s perhaps too much winking, and the romance has quite a few references to “warmth” and “sensations,” which gets repetitive. Also, though this isn’t an insta-love story, the eventual jump to love still felt rushed to me, on one party’s part in particular, especially since they both began the story so opposed to marriage.
Still, I very much enjoyed this read, ate it up in one evening, and would be happy to continue the series.
So this story about them does end but not the Black Diamond and the problems he continues to cause.
The Black Diamond who takes young women's virtue - poor & from the 'ton' -
A party, a threat, and a compromising situation finds Henrietta in Charles’ arms and while they both fight it, perhaps that’s where she belongs.
Delightful historical romance. Ms. Baganz has captured the language and social culture of the Gregorian/Regency period in her well-chosen words and artfully painted scenes. Great quick read.
She paints the reluctant lovers with bold, colorful brush strokes so they leap off the page and into your heart. I love mystery and adventure—this book has it all. Great job, Ms. Baganz. I loved it and again read ‘til the wee hours of the morning ‘cause I couldn’t put it down! Five stars!
Lord Charles Percy takes out a man robbing a carriage, which happens to have a debutante as a passenger. From the first moment he meets Henrietta he is captivated by her, but not due to her beauty, but because of her strong spirit. He loves the banter that exchanges from both of them. She is strong willed, and does not need a man to fight her battles for her. She is perfectly capable to defending herself, and soon he will witness that first hand.
As the story progresses, she is put into a possible scandal that requires marriage to protect her reputation, but she promised herself that she would never marry. She has come to enjoy his company, but that doesn't mean she wants to marry him. His feelings for her have deepened, and she does not believe him that he loves her. So it is up to Lord Percy to express his true feeling for her.
This book will keep you guessing the entire time. Both of them are thick headed, and they are very entertaining. You will be laughing at the banter that goes back and forth between them. I have read quite a few historical romance books, but this one was very different. It is not your typical love story, and I think that is the point behind it. Love is many things, but when you don't believe in marriage, your faith can be tested. Only God knows our fate. Henrietta learns many lessons in this story.
There are many questions that arise out of this book. How do we know if we are truly following God's path for us. Does that include marriage for everyone? What is our purpose? Can another person teach us what we thought we already knew? Will love conquer all, especially when your skeptical? Read this book. You won't be disappointed at all!
Humor and love what a great combination!
I have one problem with this book. It ended. The story and characters were so compelling I wanted it to go on and I wanted it learn more about the couple and their journey. I hope to see them again soon.
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