Daring In a Blue Dress

Daring In a Blue Dress Chivalry is far from dead in the third novel in the gut wrenchingly funny Matchmaker in Wonderland Romance series Stranded in England without money or a ticket home Mercy Starling takes a job working

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  • Title: Daring In a Blue Dress
  • Author: Katie MacAlister
  • ISBN: 9781101990667
  • Page: 405
  • Format: Paperback
  • Chivalry is far from dead in the third novel in the gut wrenchingly funny Matchmaker in Wonderland Romance series Stranded in England without money or a ticket home, Mercy Starling takes a job working for a medieval reenactment company After all, who wouldn t want to pretend to live in the past, wield swords and long bows, and dress up in armor And the best part ofChivalry is far from dead in the third novel in the gut wrenchingly funny Matchmaker in Wonderland Romance series Stranded in England without money or a ticket home, Mercy Starling takes a job working for a medieval reenactment company After all, who wouldn t want to pretend to live in the past, wield swords and long bows, and dress up in armor And the best part of her summer job is Bestwood Hallor rather, its intriguing new owner The painfully shy Alden Ainslie is overwhelmed by the medieval reenactors who invade the Tudor house he s renovating, but he s drawn to the bubbly Mercy And he valiantly joins in the fun, dodging not just arrows, lances, and the odd sword thrust, but also some pretty suspicious and potentially deadly attacks on himself Someone wants him to give up on the house But Alden is desperate to prove himself and win the heart of his lady fair Open Book Society

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    1. 2,5 stars.When it comes to this book, I really, truly believe it is one of those „It’s not you, it’s me“ cases.You see, there are so many aspects to this story that I believe other people would enjoy, but when it comes to me, I just couldn’t bring myself to like it, even though I wanted to.In fact, reading this book made want to DNF it, and it made me regret my decision about not DNFing books that I read for review.But I’ll give it that one – it made me see how making that decision [...]

    2. Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup.Cheeky silly fun! It's hard not to have fun with a book from MacAlister and so was the case of Daring in a Blue Dress. Witty, endearing characters, endless humor, a little mystery and adventure. The gist of it is that Alden has bought himself an old estate with the intent of flipping it. He's gonna get in, get things fixed up and he's out. Simple! Ahhh if only his house wasn't trying to commit suicide and take him down in the process. And it didn't co [...]

    3. 4.5 starsThis is the third book in the series, and every one has made me smile. The series is set in England around a group of Ainslie siblings, some who were born to their noble parents and some who were adopted from around the world. The first book is about the oldest who inherited the title from his birth parents. The second is about the second oldest who was adopted. This book is about the fourth oldest son Alden who was also adopted. Each of the heroines coincidentally (or not) also know ea [...]

    4. DARING IN A BLUE DRESS by Katie MacAlister: More Charmingfangswandsandfairydust/201I liked this entry in this contemporary England-based series much better than the last one I read in the series, A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S ROMP. I was turned off in that particular book by a stupid detail that obviously went unnoticed in editing. Silly little details can often ruin a book for me.DARING IN A BLUE DRESS (Blue Dress, Blue Dress, Devil with a Blue,…) is a bit of a farce: based on the ridiculous, the imp [...]

    5. I got so bored with this book. The heroine's summer job fell through so a stranger on a train suggests she take her job so she can run off and live with her boyfriend. So the heroine takes the job. Ummok.The hero is such a beta male that I couldn't respect him. He buys a house and the condition is the owner gets to live in the gate house for as long as she lives. Seems simple. Well, she doesn't want to live in the gate house and basically tells him to make her. She is an old lady so he says well [...]

    6. Funny, sometimes quite ridiculous story that was great reading, for me, at this time! The story was definitely "light", but still in its way memorable.This book was the third in a series. I am planning on reading the first two--not because I feel like I was missing something in this story (which could be read as a stand alone) but because I want to see if the author had the same ridiculous uniqueness in the other two books this novel had.Oh, and a fourth book in this series is coming out.

    7. That was way too silly. I think I lost some brain cells. Not surprising, since the main characters seemed to be running way low themselves.Also, I believe there may have been a chapter worth of plot missing towards the end? (view spoiler)[All of the sudden there's a missing (but now found) police officer (Tamarind) who was in love with the hero?!? Maybe I was asleep, but when exactly did this all happen? (hide spoiler)]

    8. This is a fun and sexy mystery series! Though, I did not care much for the couple in book #2, the author is back on form with the couple in this addition to the light-hearted series.There is conflict but no angst, even the suspense is like something out of a Scooby-Doo cartoon. However, the laughs and the sexy bits more than make up for it. Such fun! Can hardly wait for book #4 to be released.

    9. This just wasn't for me. It was very well written but I kept thinking of it as historical and I'm just not into that. It wasn't even because of the medieval fair going on. It was because of what is said in conversation between Alden and Mercy. That and the law. How could the law not be on Alden's side? The reasoning behind that leans more historical than modern. They were way too naive. Especially Alden. How can he think the house just hates him? MercyI hate women in books who are too caught up [...]

    10. I read Perils of Pauline, then went back and binged the whole Matchmaker in Wonderland series to date. They're that good!In this 3rd installment, Mercy finds unexpected employment with a group of medieval warriors and a painfully shy man who is alternately grateful and embarrassed by the support she can give him. As usual, MacAlister's rich character descriptions make these personalities believable instead of cliche or cloying. The the resolution to the underlying mystery is plausible if not bui [...]

    11. openbooksociety/article/daDaring In a Blue DressA Matchmaker In Wonderland, Book #3By Katie MacAlister ISBN: 9781101990667Author’s Website: katiemacalister/Review brought to you by OBS reviewer Synopsis:Stranded in England without money or a ticket home, Mercy Starling takes a job working for a medieval re-enactment company. After all, who wouldn’t want to pretend to live in the past, wield swords and long bows, and dress up in armor? And the best part of her summer job is Bestwood Hall…or [...]

    12. openbooksociety/article/daDaring In a Blue DressA Matchmaker In Wonderland, Book #3By Katie MacAlister ISBN: 9781101990667Author’s Website: katiemacalister/Review brought to you by OBS reviewer AndraSynopsis:Stranded in England without money or a ticket home, Mercy Starling takes a job working for a medieval re-enactment company. After all, who wouldn’t want to pretend to live in the past, wield swords and long bows, and dress up in armor? And the best part of her summer job is Bestwood Hall [...]

    13. While I love the humor in Katie MacAlister's books I'm so flipping tired of slutty women. No more K.A. books for me.

    14. AS pretty much always, I really enjoyed this Katie MAcAlister book! I love when characters from previous novels reappear! Now I need to Re-read some of them!

    15. 3.5I think this book is just a tad bit better than alright but a little short of something good. I liked the hero and heroine's relationship together. I thought he was adorable. The way she fished for proclamations of love and how he held it in so as not to tie her down was cute and playful. I really like the shy hero. I also liked the heroine's understanding. I love the epilogue. It was really cute how Mercy turned out to be who Alice sent to matchmake with Alden. There were complications along [...]

    16. I found Daring In A Blue Dress to be:Me In A Book FormHystericalCuteDESPITE OWNING THE OTHER TWO BOOKS IN THE MATCHMAKER IN WONDERLAND SERIES, I HADN'T READ THEM YET.I am a hesitant contemporary reader. It takes a lot for them to capture my interest and to keep me from wondering away bored or storming away angry. When it came time for the Mobile Minions Street Team to read and review Daring In A Blue Dress, I knew it was finally time for me to read this series.WHEN I STARTED READING DARING IN A [...]

    17. The painfully shy Alden Ainslie buys Bestwood Hall that is in bad shape, which he is planning on renovating. It also comes with Lady Sybilla the widow of the Hall’s owner, that he must allow her to stay for the duration of her life. Mercedes (Mercy) Starling has been a perpetual student at universities but never seeming to graduate. She has been stranded in England without money or a ticket home after the job she had accepted didn’t need her at the present time. Mercy Starling takes a job wo [...]

    18. Knights in shining armor, archery, a beautiful house in need of repair, and a mystery that could turn deadly are just part of the fun in Katie MacAlister’s new novel Daring in a Blue Dress. The third book in the Matchmaker in Wonderland series is sure to delight you as you fly through the pages. Alden Ainslie is a painfully shy scholar who would rather be in a classroom than anywhere else. Yet his school funds have dried up and he needs to find a way to make some money. A friend suggests that [...]

    19. This review was written by Marie for a guest review post on Ever After Book Reviews blog:5 StarsThese books are always so much fun! I love the characters, the plot, the romance…they come to life off the pages and always take you on such wonderful adventures. The third book in this series, Daring in a Blue Dress, brings back the always charming Ainslie brothers. This one focuses on Alden. A shy, reserved man who isn’t really keen to the idea of being paired off by his sister-in-law. So, he th [...]

    20. Daring in a Blue Dress by Katie MacAlister is a contemporary romance that is part of the Matchmaker in Wonderland or Ainsle Brothers series. the first book in the series was The Importance of Being Alice which was great fun. The series is tied together by the family of the main players, but each can also be enjoyed on their own.Stranded in England without money or a ticket home, Mercy Starling takes a job working for a medieval reenactment company. After all, who wouldn't want to pretend to live [...]

    21. I found Daring in a Blue Dress absolutely delightful. I loved the characters and the fast dialogue and action. There was never a dull moment. I loved that I got to see characters from A Hard Day's Knight and solve a mystery while watching two admirable people fall in love. I particularly enjoyed the twist. It was a great story and I am anticipating the next installment of the Ainslie family. Happy Reading!Alden Ainslie spent his very last cent to purchase a house, but not just any house a histor [...]

    22. Stranded in England without money or a ticket home, Mercy Starling takes a job working for a medieval reenactment company. After all, who wouldn’t want to pretend to live in the past, wield swords and long bows, and dress up in armor? And the best part of her summer job is Bestwood Hallor rather, its intriguing new owner.The painfully shy Alden Ainslie is overwhelmed by the medieval reenactors who invade the Tudor house he’s renovating, but he’s drawn to the bubbly Mercy. And he valiantly [...]

    23. All the right elements--excellent banter, a goofy plot, medieval reenactors--but it ended up being pretty dull. It was so predictable it was almost hard to finish, and there was virtually no tension. I did think the heroine was adorable, though. Kind of meh overall.

    24. Daring in a Blue Dress by Katie MacAlister is the 3rd book in her Matchmaker in Wonderland series. I did not read the first two books in this series, but this did read well as a standalone. Daring in a Blue Dress belongs to Alden Ainslie, the shy brother. Alden does his best to avoid his match maker sister in law, who is trying to set him up with a woman in hopes of marring him off.Alden decides to purchase a rundown mansion, Bestwood Hall, in order to have his own home and escape his family ins [...]

    25. The best of the "Matchmaker in Wonderland" series so far, although Gunnar (Book 2) is still really fun to read about. I LOVED this couple and found their dynamic hilarious! It was fun to see the Hard Day's Knights return from Katie MacAlister's "Hard Day's Knight" contemporary, and I loved the idea of Alden having severe anxiety dealing with (literally running away from) talking to women.Mercy was fun, had that KM quirk and gumption that we've come to expect from a KM novel, but I don't like the [...]

    26. Katie promised and has now delivered a third book in the Matchmaker in Wonderland Romance. The first two were hilarious, steamy, with a dash of awkward. Each book in the series is a standalone book with reoccurring characters. They are good books separate, but marvelous when read in order. Enter heroine Mercy, a never ending student who is stranded in England and looking for a way home. She takes a train that leaves her at a rundown house that results in a job with a medieval reenactment group. [...]

    27. Once again, Katie MacAlister has given her readers a wonderfully well written story of fully developed characters, heartwarming romance and laugh out loud sense of humor.In her third installment of the Matchmaker in Wonderland Romance, we meet Mercy Starling. An American and longtime student, stranded in England, the perky Mercy has a happenstance meeting on a train that leads her to a ruined Tudor home and lands a job with a medieval reenacting troupe teaching sword play. Her costume? A daring [...]

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