Connie

Connie A traditional Regency romance drawing room rather than bedroom Connie s older sisters have managed to find husbands but now it s her turn and she is not sure she wants to marry at all Having only ju

  • Title: Connie
  • Author: Mary Kingswood
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 243
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A traditional Regency romance, drawing room rather than bedroom.Connie s older sisters have managed to find husbands, but now it s her turn and she is not sure she wants to marry at all Having only just escaped her late father s restrictive regime, she s reluctant to surrender her freedom to another man just yet If only she could find one who would fall so adoringly in lA traditional Regency romance, drawing room rather than bedroom.Connie s older sisters have managed to find husbands, but now it s her turn and she is not sure she wants to marry at all Having only just escaped her late father s restrictive regime, she s reluctant to surrender her freedom to another man just yet If only she could find one who would fall so adoringly in love that he would do anything for her.The Marquess of Carrbridge has been taken in by ambitious young ladies before, and he s not about to fall for any trickery to ensnare him Nor will he be pushed into marriage by his hectoring grandmother From now on, he s determined to take charge of his future and do things his own way But not every young lady is dazzled by his title, and sometimes the best of plans may go awry.

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    1. E-Reader. British Courting /Love StoryConnie Allamont is the next daughter in line to be married per father's will. They do not live i London, but gets a chance to be invited and announced a a grand ball in London.The Ton back then was very important to young women coming out and many possible suitors. The rich and people with titles very at the very top of society back then.Connie mets a Marquess who she has intense feelings for, but also making believe that she's unofficially engaged to his br [...]

    2. I have enjoyed the books in this series and again liked this one. I am glad to have the chance to get to know Connie better, as the other books did not give her much personality. It took me a while to warm up to her beaus, but in the end the "one" really was charming and showed his love. I look forward to the next book in the series to see how Dulcie ends up in love.

    3. Amy and Belle have found husbands so it is now Connie's turn. However, she isn't sure she wishes to marry since she is free from a domineering father and enjoying not being under another man's thumb. It will take quite a man to convince her otherwise, especially since her decision could affect the futures of her younger sisters. Another enjoyable read set in the Regency period.

    4. Still enjoying the series. Kingswood has a gift for secondary characters that then come in to be players in later books. This one is a little P&P like in its dramatic moment, but overall you still like these good people.Three books away from finishing my 2018 swim through Regency romance. I'm still enjoying it, but am coming to the point where I am glad to see the shore.

    5. A fun read. I like that Connie got to step away from the family and figure out who she really was. This time the love triangle was much more entertaining to read. I got a set of the first three in this series free with kindle unlimited. I am not sure I would have paid to buy them, but I enjoyed them enough to read more from the KU program.

    6. I've enjoyed this series of books. I have never read a "romance" novel before but found this series to be interesting and am well pleased that there were no long sordid sex descriptions, which I abhor. An enjoyable read.

    7. Tradional historical romanceThis story was very, very sweet, and funny. The characters wete very well written and he plot kept me on my toes. I didn't even miss the usual bodice ripping scenes! Highly recommended.

    8. Loved it I am looking forward To reading more books in the series as well as the series about the brothers of the Marquis . Mary Kingswood has become one To add to my list favorite authors

    9. Connie isn't sure she wants to marry at all. On the other hand she knows she must in order for her younger sisters to receive their dowry. She gets the chance for a London season that ends rather badly but she ends up engaged to the man she loves.

    10. Connie and her Beau Un-tiedIt was a good read! Interesting enough to hook me-- like walking through the woods on a nice but forgotten path and not sure where it will end up. A sweet romance with a lovely ending! Read it and enjoy! I am looking forward to reading Dulcie!

    11. "A note on historical accuracy: I have endeavored to stay true to the spirit of Regency times, and have avoided taking too many liberties or imposing modern sensibilities on my characters."That much is certain. Connie, the third daughter of Allamont Hall, is content to take her sweet time in selecting a husband. For about ten pages. She's glad to be free of the hand of her domineering father, at least until an incredibly hot and rich suitor comes along, at which point she releases the hounds of [...]

    12. PleasantThis is your run of the mill historical romance. It is a tender pleasant story. There are no action scenes and very little intrigue.

    13. Another Great BookI have read 3 books so far in this series I can see the differences in the sisters personalities. Dulce has shown her shelf to be slightly devious. You can see more of it in Connie than the first two. Now I'm somewhat anxious to see how her story turns out. Clean read

    14. Another lovely book in the seriesEach volume in this series has been enjoyable. The language is done especially well, and the recurring characters and familiar setting keep my interest from story to story.

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