kindle É Snowbound with the Baronet â Deborah Hale
Ntrigued to discover that Cassandra Whitney has matured from a headstrong debutante into a capable caring woman He fears she could make him fall in love with her all over again if he is not careful to keep his distance But how can he do that in a tiny farmhouse when their kind hosts insist on playing Cupid at every opportunity? In the depths of a Regency winter warm affections are uickly rekindled But can the flame of true love burn bright enough to light the way for two lost hearts to find one another again before the snow melts and they must go their separate ways? Or will Lady Cassandra get a second chance to say yes? About the Author After a decade spent tracing her ancestors to their roots in Regency era Britain Deborah Hale learned a great deal about the period and uncovered enough fascinating true stories to inspire her romance plots for years to come A Golden Heart® Award Winner and Rita® Award Finalist Deborah has written over thirty novels and novellas in the genres of historical romance in This was a fairly sweet uick read in many senses No abuse no foul language no intimacy beyond a kiss or two The hero was returned from the Napoleonic War and still valued honesty above all and yet he failed to see that he was not totally honest in every sense of the wordThe heroine rejected hero's proposal of marriage four years earlier for conflicting reasons and the uestion is whether they have changed much from their earlier courtshipA chance encounter in a showstorm caused the passengers in two carriages to take shelter at a farmer's humble home for a couple of days right before Twelfth NightAt some point early on the points are made as the couple tries to discover whether or not there is a second chance for their happiness Enter the farmer and his wife the hero's annoying cousin the coach drivers the companionand the farmer and his wife are the nicest most grounded people in this storyThe repetition and angst came around in theme and variations fashion padding what could have been a very satisfying novella into something longer I think the author's story lost a lot of its effectiveness due to length and repetitionThe author writes fairly well otherwise save for a few missed possessives and verb tenses If you are looking for a clean short read have a look at other reviews on this site most of them give higher ratings than I have done This story may appeal to you than it did to me
Deborah Hale â Snowbound with the Baronet doc
Snowbound with the BaronetA sweet traditional Regency Sir Brandon Calvert has spent the past four years trying to forget the beautiful debutante who broke his heart by rejecting his marriage proposal Just when he thinks he has finally succeeded a fateful snowstorm strands him in the company of Lady Cassandra Whitney Now Brandon must confront the past and the dangerous attraction her nearness threatens to revive The last person Lady Cassandra expected to encounter on a snowy road to Bath is the one man she has never succeeded in banishing from her heart Her reasons for refusing Sir Brandon’s proposal four years ago are not what he believes But how can she tell the rigorously truthful baronet that she deceived him? And how can she reveal the truth without exposing shameful family secrets? Even if she could bring herself to confess Cassandra fears it is too late Sir Brandon has made a new life for himself – a life that does not include the woman who humiliated him and drove him to war Under difficult circumstances Brandon is i Beautiful story set during Christmas time Snowbound with the Baronet written by Deborah Hale is a sweet and charming story It tells about another heroine who refused a marriage proposal Brandon cannot forget the woman he once loved the beautiful Cassandra Destiny will offer them a second chance when they meet again But to move on with their lives they need to forget the past and explain what really happen Can Cassandra really tell Brandon the truth? Can this couple another chance? Note I read this story in the box set 'A Regency Christmas Treasury'