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An engaging read that was hard to put down Julian is an idiot He was an idiot but obviously he still is one as he has never asked Miranda for her side of the story He just condemned her on the word of his 'friend' Where is this bosom buddy No idea He never enters the story That and the rather uick ending are my reasons for 3 stars Because I really did enjoy this author's writing style and plan to read of her work despite the short endingMiranda has been barely making ends meet and only with the help of Julian's aunt since he chucked her to the curb with no money and never looked backI'm not going to get into the logistics of getting a divorce at that time in England 'cause it's a fun plot deviceShe is a strong character but not to the point of obstinacy or foolishness She is willing to admit that her pride is of a flaw than an admirable character trait Julian and Miranda wed when they were uite young Six years later and she is only 25 and he is only a couple years older than that So wed when they were young and foolish Very foolish on his partHe ran off to war after divorcing Miranda and returns with a lame leg Neither of them expects to see the other again and Miranda actively avoids that possibilityBut they do of course and his aunt lays into Julian but good It was delicious I loved that Miranda was strong and not easily swayed and still righteously pissed at how he treated her Present day Julian is not a happy man He has learned that life is hard and he feels closer to lower class people now than people of his own classOf course it is Justin their 5 year old son with help from his aunt and valet who brings them together and Julian begins to see that he is still very much in love with MirandaThrow in an evil rabble rouser and some action towards the end and it was a fun satisfying readSafety is OK view spoiler there is a brief mention of an opera dancer mistress at the start and suggestion that there have been spanish 'ladies' as well while on the Peninsula But we never meet them Miranda of course has been celibate So that was somewhat disappointing and I would have liked to see him apologize for it even though I rarely get that satisfaction in historical harleuins Miranda does not know the details except that he is much sought after by debutantes hide spoiler

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Please read our short guide how to send a book to Kindle Save for later Post a Review You can write a book review and share your experiences Other readers will The Major's Mistake Signet Regency Romance The Major's Mistake Signet Regency Romance Mass Market Paperback – August by Andrea Pickens Author The Major's Mistake Scandalous Secrets Series I enjoy Ms Picken's novels Interesting plot lines well drawn characters with sweet and realistic dialogs She doesn't leave loose minor plot lines unfinished Best of allthe reader doesn't have to skim past pages of tedious sex She leaves the romance to the readers imagination In The Major's Mistake every character is delightfully described I liked the groom the valet and the little lad all major mistake Traduction franaise – Linguee De trs nombreux exemples de phrases traduites contenant major mistake – Dictionnaire franais anglais et moteur de recherche de traductions franaises The Major's Mistake by Andrea Pickens Goodreads A Review of The Major's Mistake Author Andrea Pickens strikes all the right notes in this book The agony of rash actions and hurtful lack of courage to see through a blatant lie set the chain of events in motion throughout the introduction and development of the hero and heroine Thankfully supported b. Dramatic opening scene God I wish the author had drawn out the supposed adultery scene This could have been incredibly tumultuousUgh The author seems to be content to just use surface writing I can feel myself willing this book to be betterVery choppy scene changes One minute I'm with Julian then boom I'm with Miranda I never was able to become engrossed or get to know characters because I was bounced around so muchJulian going North to look for a French spy was totally irrelevant and tagged on There was never any real explanation for this aspect of the story I kept thinking what the hell is going on Authors the readers do have some intelligence and need somewhat believable reasons which you the author then CONTINUE to write about for why the characters are doing the things they are doing and why they are at places they are atThe ending was completely abrupt; Hey everyone is happy again Whoo hoo No silly need to resolve the past I mean Julian only DIVORCED Miranda in the year 1801 mind you thinking her a total slut left her to be disowned by her family thrown in the street and to raise his child Nope a simple hey sweetheart I was young and lacked self esteem works for meThe aspects of this story husband thinks his wife cheated on himdivorces wifehusband spends seven years in armywife if disowned by familywife raises ex husbands child are so compelling but the author did a total whiff There is no depth feelings or emotions truly expressed here in the writing There were elements in this story to create one hell of a book but the author only managed to give us readers the surface The two main characters Julian and Miranda for all their life drama are utterly forgettable because of the lack of insight personality traits or profundity to who these people are Somebody please take this stories elements and do them justice I wanted soooooo much from this bookThis book wasn't a total fail and received a C from me solely because there was so much promise to the actual backbone of the story and the hint just a hint insert disappointed sigh here of utter complete heartbreak and redemption Oh and it is a super fast read So if you would like to be simultaneously hopeful and disappointed give this one a go C


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  1. says:

    This reminded me a great deal of The Duke's Double by Anita Mills Both were about a young man who took another person's word and divorced his wife for infidelity cutting her from his life rather uickly and impulsively In both cases the wife was unknowingly pregnant at the timeThe night he believes his wife cheated on him Lord Sterling takes off to join the Napoleonic wars He also begins divorce proceedings Seven years later he is back in England with battle injuries and bitterness over his failed marriageHis ex Miranda was shunned by her own family and taken in by the hero's kind aunt She and her son have been living in virtuous poverty in Scotland Miranda refuses to allow the aunt to provide for her beyond shelter and food and spends her time nursing the townsfolk with herbs All while staying away from men The aunt inherits some property in England and they return around the same time the hero returns from the war Of course they run into one another almost immediately The hero soon learns he has a son and sets out to know him In the process he and Miranda fall in love again However Miranda is understandably uite bitter about the divorceThere is some adventuresuspense in the form of local rabble rousers and a nice cast of supporting characters It was an enjoyable read for the most part uite innocent compared to most romances today There was little mention of sexual things and no sex scene as was common in the Signet Regenciesview spoilerWhat made this just a 'like' was the lack of grovel or a big reveal until the very end The guilty party doesn't pay or even make an appearance in the present I forgave the hero for being so impulsive He was not presented as a bad guy or an alphhole but rather a young nobleman who had let his uestionable friends influence him than they should In the end he decided to forgive Miranda for her indiscretion and take blame on himself since he was spending too much time at the clubs with these so called friends instead of staying home with his wife He wasn't smug He didn't consider he was being magnanimous by wanting to re marry the heroine War and time had given him maturity and perspective Still It's grating when the wife is innocent He believed her without uestion when she explained the truth and was overcome with guilt but it was so late in the game by then I wanted to see him work harder I wanted to see him suffer Yeah yeah he was injured in war but it was his stupid ass decision to go to begin with Plus he had apparently not lacked for expensive mistresses abroad or at home while the heroine was nursing the sick in noble poverty He even had a mistress when he first returned to England shortly before seeing the heroine again I reuire a bit blood from the hero to balance the scales in these type of cases hide spoiler


  2. says:

    Better than The Duke's Double and Once a Duchess which fail because of the OTT anachronisms regarding divorce in the Regency era The author wisely skipped over what getting a divorce entailsThis started out gangbusters with a smart heroine with a spine of steel a fleshed out and engaging plot moppet a wily and supportive Aunt and a less than hero The one thing all three stories have in common besides divorce are what idiots the heroes are This H is a little better than the others He knows how to spell and feel humilityThe books starts out seven years after the divorce and the wronged h and her nature loving son are living with the H’s aunt in Scotland Auntie inherits a house near one of the H’s lesser estates and since they just know he won’t be there off they go He’s there There to check on a smuggling or something nefarious ringThe H meets up with the fiery h and sees his son He goes into guilt mode immediately and comes off as a nice guy if a little weak in the head from ever believing the h cheated on himAll the deets on what happened to initiate the divorce are shoved off until the end The h almost enters Mary SueMother Teresa territory as she tends to the sick with herbs but she’s feisty enough that it ends up adding layers to herThe almost crippled H bonds with his cute son there are fistfights for the honor of the h bad guys run amuck and all ends up with a HEA and a special licenseWhat was heading into a hardcore three stars gets derailed by what turns out to be a weak hero in the past a serious lack of grovel and ABSOLUTELY NO COMEUPPANCE to the evil doer who created this mess He’s not even on page And where the heck was the evil woman leering over the Maruess title if not the Maruess that always adds so much to a story? This heroine with her spine of steel would have slayed I will say this despite being a weak stinker in the past the H is definitely guilt ridden over the h’s current status even before he learns all the truth That said his jump to get remarried without abject groveling was an author failCharacters are excellent done and three dimensional Definitely will read of this author


  3. says:

    An engaging read that was hard to put down Julian is an idiot He was an idiot but obviously he still is one as he has never asked Miranda for her side of the story He just condemned her on the word of his 'friend' Where is this bosom buddy? No idea He never enters the story That and the rather uick ending are my reasons for 3 stars Because I really did enjoy this author's writing style and plan to read of her work despite the short endingMiranda has been barely making ends meet and only with the help of Julian's aunt since he chucked her to the curb with no money and never looked backI'm not going to get into the logistics of getting a divorce at that time in England 'cause it's a fun plot deviceShe is a strong character but not to the point of obstinacy or foolishness She is willing to admit that her pride is of a flaw than an admirable character trait Julian and Miranda wed when they were uite young Six years later and she is only 25 and he is only a couple years older than that So wed when they were young and foolish Very foolish on his partHe ran off to war after divorcing Miranda and returns with a lame leg Neither of them expects to see the other again and Miranda actively avoids that possibilityBut they do of course and his aunt lays into Julian but good It was delicious I loved that Miranda was strong and not easily swayed and still righteously pissed at how he treated her Present day Julian is not a happy man He has learned that life is hard and he feels closer to lower class people now than people of his own classOf course it is Justin their 5 year old son with help from his aunt and valet who brings them together and Julian begins to see that he is still very much in love with MirandaThrow in an evil rabble rouser and some action towards the end and it was a fun satisfying readSafety is OK view spoiler there is a brief mention of an opera dancer mistress at the start and suggestion that there have been spanish 'ladies' as well while on the Peninsula But we never meet them Miranda of course has been celibate So that was somewhat disappointing and I would have liked to see him apologize for it even though I rarely get that satisfaction in historical harleuins Miranda does not know the details except that he is much sought after by debutantes hide spoiler


  4. says:

    Dramatic opening scene God I wish the author had drawn out the supposed adultery scene This could have been incredibly tumultuousUgh The author seems to be content to just use surface writing I can feel myself willing this book to be betterVery choppy scene changes One minute I'm with Julian then boom I'm with Miranda I never was able to become engrossed or get to know characters because I was bounced around so muchJulian going North to look for a French spy was totally irrelevant and tagged on There was never any real explanation for this aspect of the story I kept thinking what the hell is going on? Authors the readers do have some intelligence and need somewhat believable reasons which you the author then CONTINUE to write about for why the characters are doing the things they are doing and why they are at places they are atThe ending was completely abrupt; Hey everyone is happy again Whoo hoo No silly need to resolve the past I mean Julian only DIVORCED Miranda in the year 1801 mind you thinking her a total slut left her to be disowned by her family thrown in the street and to raise his child Nope a simple hey sweetheart I was young and lacked self esteem works for meThe aspects of this story husband thinks his wife cheated on himdivorces wifehusband spends seven years in armywife if disowned by familywife raises ex husbands child are so compelling but the author did a total whiff There is no depth feelings or emotions truly expressed here in the writing There were elements in this story to create one hell of a book but the author only managed to give us readers the surface The two main characters Julian and Miranda for all their life drama are utterly forgettable because of the lack of insight personality traits or profundity to who these people are Somebody please take this stories elements and do them justice I wanted soooooo much from this bookThis book wasn't a total fail and received a C from me solely because there was so much promise to the actual backbone of the story and the hint just a hint insert disappointed sigh here of utter complete heartbreak and redemption Oh and it is a super fast read So if you would like to be simultaneously hopeful and disappointed give this one a go C


  5. says:

    Nice book overall Thought she forgave him way too easily


  6. says:

    I wanted to rate this book better because it was engaging with generally likeable characters However there is a major problem with the plot premise of divorce in this book that is so ridiculous and hard to get over Basically our Major supposedly divorces his wife in Regency England something that was vastly expensive time consuming and difficult to do But we are supposed to believe that a relative nobody young man at the time got a uickie divorce so fast that his wife didn't even apparently start to show with her pregnancy before it happened and that he did so without any apparent regard to scandal or social effects Then he just never once thought about his wife again and had no idea whether she lived died or had any money or family to rely on And this was all based on a friend telling a tale about his wife boinking someone else And that someone else is not even named Meaning he never even seemed to have any curiosity who the mystery man was Besides being beyond human nature to have no curiosity in that respect you would need to name the co respondent ie the cuckolding guy in a divorce case to get a divorce But details schmetails amirite? Ugh This book could have been so much better if the author had simply made the Major abandon Lady Miranda instead of divorce her It would have been historically accurate AND it would have also made the character motivations so much believable Then maybe it would make sense that Miranda was prideful and wouldn't defend herself against the lies being spread about her that's a BIG maybe But to allow a divorce without telling her side? To willingly allow her unborn child to become a bastard in this era without speaking up?? And there is also the big problem that the entire conflict of the book is brushed off and resolved in a couple of sentences The Major learns the truth eventually that he wronged his wife terribly but it was NO BIG DEAL in the end Miranda just lets the whole thing slide No agonizing over his mistake by the Major No intense groveling No recriminations by Miranda for his betrayal Nothing I'm sorry but these characters are not real to me


  7. says:

    The plot is alright and gets adventurous at the end but the heroine explaining everything comes way to late in the book Their son is never told that the hero is actually his father The villains were sprinkled in but weren't fleshed out enough to make any difference I've read better versions of this story


  8. says:

    Too bad it wasn't longer could have fleshed out of the plot Sweet story though


  9. says:

    A Review of The Major's MistakeAuthor Andrea Pickens strikes all the right notes in this book The agony of rash actions and hurtful lack of courage to see through a blatant lie set the chain of events in motion throughout the introduction and development of the hero and heroine Thankfully supported by Aunt Sophia and by Mr Sykes groomsman Angus whose collective common sense honor and loving loyalty both Julian and Miranda take the time effort and wit to make a sow's ear into a silk purse benefitting all involved The only exception is Mr McIntire Read for yourself and sigh Well done thou good and faithful author


  10. says:

    This is one of my all time favorite books It is realistic how things were handled in Regency EnglandWhen I moved back to CA from TN this book ended up in storage I purchased another copy for myself as it has stuck in my mind as one of the best regencies I have read and as soon as the ebook came out I got it againIt touches my heart as two damaged people find their way back to each other and makes me cry for the emotions expressed in the story


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