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He countryside muddled hems and all studying the ancient ruins and architecture that are her one and only true passionor so she th I was misled by the good reviews once again I was expecting laughs sweetness Taking that aside it was a good regency novelI did not know this was the 2nd of a series but thankfully it is not necessary to read the first one to read this Hannah the clumsy heroine was likeable most of the times She loves architecture and to read books and she is not interested in marriage and clothes and that kind of things And I mean she really isn't not like other novels where heroines are like her but they uickly fall in love with the hero and they get instantly interested in looking nice There is one scene where Hannah actually cries because she is clumsy For that scene only I consider her not a Mary SueMiles was an OK hero What I liked most about him is that he loves his deceased wife for the entire book He talks to her he reminds her always he looks after her daughters And not because he becomes attached to another woman he forgets his wife Thank you Author for not making the hero remind with contempt his previous marriage or to forget his first wifeHannah's older sister Charlotte seemed like she was going to be the wicked one At least there we have a twist Not because she is looking forward to marry our hero it means she is meanMiles' brother on the other hand If I were Rachel I would have never forgive him MenAnother negative aspect the age difference 10 years is really not so much but it is if the girl is just 19 barely out of school and if he has married before with 2 daughters A 19 years old with a 5 years old daughter already She should be going to parties and have fun instead of having to raise a girl so early in her lifeThe end was very pink I put this on my clean romances shelf although at the end there are some steamy kisses 2 uickly fall in love with the hero and they get instantly interested in looking nice There is one scene where Hannah actually cries because she is clumsy For that scene only I consider her not a Mary SueMiles was an OK hero What I liked most about him is that he loves his deceased wife for the entire book He talks to her he reminds her always he looks after her daughters And not because he becomes attached to another woman he forgets his wife Thank you Author for not making the hero remind with contempt his previous marriage or to forget his first wifeHannah's older sister Charlotte seemed like she was going to be the wicked one At least there we have a twist Not because she is looking forward to marry our hero it means she is meanMiles' brother on the other hand If I were Rachel I would have never forgive him MenAnother negative aspect the age difference 10 years is really not so much but it is if the girl is just 19 barely out of school and if he has married before with 2 daughters A 19 years old with a 5 years old daughter already She should be going to parties and have fun instead of having to raise a girl so early in her lifeThe end was very pink I put this on my clean romances shelf although at the end there are some steamy kisses

review ✓ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Candice Hern

Inks For on a fateful visit to a dashing widowed earl she receives an even fateful kissand proceeds to throw everyone's plans awry A low angst sweet romance in which the heroine was totally likeable I suspect she would not think much of me at all because I have zero interest in architectural styles Anglo saxon or otherwise and when ever this book took to prosing on about some such thing I skipped those passages It did make be google 'StBiddulph' only to find that it was fictional Really if you're going to write pages and pages about the style of a particular church you should at the least pick one thats real

Candice Hern ☆ 6 read

Hannah Fairbanks would gladly leave the marrying to her beautiful refined older sister She herself would much rather tramp about t I loved this book It was lovely cute and charming I read it in almost a day just like the previous book in the series A Garden Folly but I preferred this one It had a bit substance than the other one and the two leads did not spend their time fighting and arguing or French kissing I already liked the Earl of Strickland in the previous story better in fact than the Duke of Carlisle the hero of AGF so it was wonderful to get to read his story It can be read as a standalone but anyone who has read A Garden Folly previously will remember that Miles is looking for a wife as a mother for his two daughters He does not want nor hopes to make a second love match and for that reason he'd rather have an older mature woman who could understand him better than a green girl wont to secretly hope for love and passion His sister Winifred who cannot wait another minute to see him married arrive on his doorstep with two of her husband's relative the beautiful flirtatious widowed Charlotte Lady Abingdon who is everything ladylike and proper and her younger half sister Hannah Fairbanks who tumbles out of the coach after handing first her papers and books about architecture in the arms of the bewildered Earl Miles lives at Epping Hall which is said to be one of the most beautiful estates around It probably looks like this I actually googled Epping Hall and it gave me thisYet Hannah is all excitement about thisSt Biddulph's Church situated near enough Epping Hall so she can sneak out and go explore while Charlotte tries to bring Miles up to scratch Hannah loves old architecture than anything else In fact knowing that there was St Biddulph's at a walking distance was the only thing that reconciled her to going to Epping Charlotte hopes to introduce her to Society for her first Season soon but Hannah has different ideas She has absolutely no intention of sitting tranuilly in a drawing room adding to her embroidery but much prefers running along the country side with her notebooks making discoveries in old buildings Charlotte spends all her interactions with her scolding her about her childish and unladylike behaviour telling her she will never catch a husband if she doesn't mend her waysI loved Hannah She was uniue and fun and her passion for old architecture was wonderfulMiles the prim and proper starchy Earl of Strickland does not know what to think It would unthinkable to marry Hannah he reasons because she is just a child and he has solemnly vowed not to marry a young woman Charlotte is beautiful and he feels attracted to her but the fact that everyone seems to consider them already as good as engaged has him confused And plus Charlotte doesn't seem too enraptured with Amy and Caro his little daughters whereas Hannah is creating a lasting bond with them playing listening and drawing things for them His girls are uicker to recognize who is best for him it seems ;Nevertheless he cannot deny that he is extremely pleased his girls get along so well with Hannah Amy used to be so introverted and she feels very at ease with Hannah calling her her friend Miles finds himself saying many time bless you Hannah Fairbanks whenever he thinks of how happy his daughters are The romance was really cute Miles can call Hannah a chit and a child as much as he wants it doesn't change the fact that he's obviously falling for her and is saying that only as an excuse to try and hold himself in check There were some really good moments in this book which I won't spoil but it was very heart warming and fun The Hh had good chemistry and watching their relationship develop was amusing The secondary characters were meh nothing exciting and the writing style was good but very simple there wasn't enough Regency slang for my taste P I strongly recommend it though it is a great story for escapism and very cute and romantic I suggest to skip A Garden Folly and read only this one unless you're on a fluffy read streak Silent Thunder understand him better than a green girl wont to secretly hope for love and passion His sister Winifred who cannot wait another minute to see him married arrive on his doorstep with two of her husband's relative the beautiful flirtatious widowed Charlotte Lady Abingdon who is everything ladylike and proper and her younger half sister Hannah Fairbanks who tumbles out of the coach after handing first her papers and books about architecture in the arms of the bewildered Earl Miles lives at Epping Hall which is said to be one of the most beautiful estates around It probably looks like this I actually googled Epping Hall and it gave me thisYet Hannah is all excitement about thisSt Biddulph's Church situated near enough Epping Hall so she can sneak out and go explore while Charlotte tries to bring Miles Si Dindo Pundido up to scratch Hannah loves old architecture than anything else In fact knowing that there was St Biddulph's at a walking distance was the only thing that reconciled her to going to Epping Charlotte hopes to introduce her to Society for her first Season soon but Hannah has different ideas She has absolutely no intention of sitting tranuilly in a drawing room adding to her embroidery but much prefers running along the country side with her notebooks making discoveries in old buildings Charlotte spends all her interactions with her scolding her about her childish and Si Dindo Pundido unladylike behaviour telling her she will never catch a husband if she doesn't mend her waysI loved Hannah She was Wizards Tale III uniue and fun and her passion for old architecture was wonderfulMiles the prim and proper starchy Earl of Strickland does not know what to think It would Wizard's Tale III: A Spell To Eternity unthinkable to marry Hannah he reasons because she is just a child and he has solemnly vowed not to marry a young woman Charlotte is beautiful and he feels attracted to her but the fact that everyone seems to consider them already as good as engaged has him confused And plus Charlotte doesn't seem too enraptured with Amy and Caro his little daughters whereas Hannah is creating a lasting bond with them playing listening and drawing things for them His girls are The Friend uicker to recognize who is best for him it seems ;Nevertheless he cannot deny that he is extremely pleased his girls get along so well with Hannah Amy The Hate U Give used to be so introverted and she feels very at ease with Hannah calling her her friend Miles finds himself saying many time bless you Hannah Fairbanks whenever he thinks of how happy his daughters are The romance was really cute Miles can call Hannah a chit and a child as much as he wants it doesn't change the fact that he's obviously falling for her and is saying that only as an excuse to try and hold himself in check There were some really good moments in this book which I won't spoil but it was very heart warming and fun The Hh had good chemistry and watching their relationship develop was amusing The secondary characters were meh nothing exciting and the writing style was good but very simple there wasn't enough Regency slang for my taste P I strongly recommend it though it is a great story for escapism and very cute and romantic I suggest to skip A Garden Folly and read only this one Chenelyn! Chenelyn! unless you're on a fluffy read streak