St Martin's Summer review Í 105

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St Martin's Summer review Í 105 ↠ ❰PDF❯ ✐ St Martin's Summer Author Diana Brown – Citybells.co.uk THE ARROGANT INVADERMiss Josephina Trafford was uite happy to live a safe distance from the fashionable frenzy of Regency London Not only was she a young lady of good breeding and even better sense sh THE ARROGANT INVADERMissPDF St Martin's Summer Author Diana Brown Citybells.co.uk THE ARROGANT INVADERMiss Josephina Trafford was uite happy to live a safe distance from the fashionable frenzy of Regency London Not only was she a young lady of good breeding and even better sense sh THE ARROGANT INVADERMiss Josephina Trafford was uite happy to live a safe distance from the.

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Fashionable frenzy of Regency London Not only was she a young lady of good breeding and even better sense she was busy enough trying to save her family estate curb the extravagance of her flighty mother and provide for the marriages of her two charming but helpless sistersBut if Josephina would not go near the temptations of the city they came to her in the devilishly handsome for.

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St Martin's SummerM of Lord Conniston Venables Venables was on an St Martin's PDF \ unwilling visit to the countryside but the sight of Josephina made him eager to stay until he conuered her He could not imagine she could resist a man who knew so well the ways of the world until Josephina began to teach him how much he had to learn about the ways of a woman's untamed heart..

St Martin's Summer review Í 105 British born Diana Brown has lived and worked throughout Europe and the Far East Ms Brown a librarian eventually settled in San Jose California with her husband and two daughters Pamela and Clarissa named after Samuel Richardson's heroines.

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  • Linda

    St Martin's Summer review Í 105 St Martin's Summer45 starsSt Martin's Summer referred to a special time of the year late autumn because of the unusual warmth Normally England in November is cool or cold Josephina Trafford the oldest of three sisters had a monstrous responsibility thrust upon her Her father had passed away without a living son and rather than leave the estate entailed he gave it to his eldest daughter With stipulationsJosephina's mother was shallow and gossipy and her youngest sister Amelia thought only of herself Mrs Trafford reminded me of a toothache and Amelia made me think of a tick Prudence dearest Pru was the loving middle sibling and Josephina's closest friend Her sister's wise advice and Josephina's thirst for knowledge made it almost worth reading Mrs Trafford's and Amelia's constant barrage of complaints Then there was the dull somewhat oafish son of the town's suire George When possible he attached himself to Josephina like an oxpecker to a zebra She tolerated him; he loved her and wanted to mak


  • Suzanne

    St Martin's Summer review Í 105 St Martin's SummerA very well written traditional regency romance The heroine Josephina Trafford is unembarrassed of her intelligence competence and love for country life despite a vapid mother and sister a la Mrs Bennett and Lydia of PP Josephina is a woman of depths who finds herself unexpectedly in love with Lord Conniston Venables a sophisticated urban gentleman Both Josephina and Conniston are reuired to grow and change in order to find happiness together As other reviewers have remarked the plot is a bit predictable but enjoyable nevertheless because the characters are thoughtful mature and engaging


  • Aneca

    St Martin's Summer review Í 105 St Martin's SummerI had already read two of Diana Brown’s books before starting this one I enjoyed both of them very much and so I was saving this one for a special occasion hoping it was as good as the others I am glad to say that it was and I’m now anxiously looking for the 2 books I’m missing from her back listJosephina is a smart intelligent woman On her father’s death she becomes responsible not only for her family Mother and two sisters but also with the running of the farm they live in that is heavily in debt Unlike most heroines Josephina has real knowledge of the agricultural methods and especially what concerns raising sheep Lord Venables is newly returned to his ancestral home which he left as a young man after a fight with his father and the neighbouring suire On arrival he meets Josephina through her becomes aware of how much the local people have suffered under his bailiff and decides to change thingFor the following month and he and his friends become very much a part of t


  • Janet

    St Martin's Summer review Í 105 St Martin's SummerGreat fun albeit a tad predictable But I enjoyed it for all that The heroine remained true to herself and it was the hero who changed for her realising her worth and moving heaven and earth to find her Great ending he says to her horrified mother since she has found Josephina in the arms of a man who is not her fiance I trust your silence does not mean you disapprove for we are shortly leaving for Gloucestershire where your son in law is to marry us and then I plan to carry off my wife to a fine estate I have recently purchased in Yorkshire which is uiet and secluded and much in need of her talents as an organizer So often in Regencies the woman no matter how she's introduced to us develop


  • CLM

    St Martin's Summer review Í 105 St Martin's SummerA well crafted regency by a talented author involving a serious heroine trying to manage the family estate after her father dies while coping with a flighty mother and sister not to mention the attractive earl who turns up to claim his nearby inheritanceThe cover with several sheep representing the heroine's unbecoming in a female interest in animal husbandry reminds me of Elizabeth Jackson's which sold exceptionally well due to the prominent placement of a pig


  • Laura Thomas

    St Martin's Summer review Í 105 St Martin's SummerGreat booknot the usual settings Really enjoyed the development over time instead of everything happening in a matter of weeksLiked the author giving some story lines to a lot of the secondary charactersloved the hero and heroine


  • Miya Espiritu

    St Martin's Summer review Í 105 St Martin's SummerI enjoyed reading this book It seems to have Pride and Prejudice as its inspiration due to a lot of similarities in its plot I especially enjoyed the character of Josephina Trafford who manages to strike a balance between being proper and independent