The Aristocrat's Lady E–book/E–pub


The Aristocrat's LadyE and touching story Check out my review here I won this book in a contest on Lena Nelson Dooley s blog A Christian Writer s World I was REALLY EXCITED BECAUSE I LOVE HISTORICAL excited because I love historical and regencies in particular There aren t a lot of them out there rom a Christian perspective Mary Moore is not just a new author to me but this is her debut effort and it is wonderfulYou know how I love characters and these were awesomeDevlin is much complicated than his reputation in society would have Nicole believe This kind of reminds me of "the movie Batman Begins because Bruce plays up the idea of "movie Batman Begins because Bruce plays up the idea of a partying irresponsible playboy when he really is ighting or justice Devlin isn t a vigilante but he isn t a playboy Lord with no interest in the lower classes eitherNicole is determined to not be a burden on anyone She didn t want to make this trip but since she s here she s determined not to allow anyone to pity or mollycoddle her She convinces her amily to keep her secret so they can have a normal trip She didn t think it would make a difference anyway Both of them have been hurt by people in the past So as the summary says trust is a serious issue or them The tension comes rom how their secrets and determination not to get involved may cost them their Seven Days, Seven Dinners future Unlike many romances there seems to be a real chance this one won t work out and one of the secrets was an unusual one I haven t seen used this way beforeThe dialogue was great and there was good romantic tension throughout Thank you again to Lena Nelson Dooley and Mary Mooreor holding the contest This one goes on the list I use to choose A Northern Light favorites of the year o Let me preface this review by saying that I do not normally read small mass market paperbacks I ve oftenound them either to all be the same or to have so little plot and character development that I m bored by book s endToday I ate those wordsI can t remember the last time I enjoyed a Regency novel than I enjoyed this one The prose was exceptional the charact. Ret he'd realize that her disability left her unfit If You're Missing Baby Jesus: A True Story that Embraces the Spirit of Christmas for love So who could blame heror hiding the truth a little longerDevlin had never met a woman like Nicole Her uniue combination of innocence and wisdom left him utterly intrig. The Aristocrat s Lady by Mary Moore published by Harleuin s Love Inspired Historical line was one of the most amazing regency books that I have read in years The reader will all in love with the hero and heroine Anne Perrys Christmas Crimes (Christmas Stories, from the veryirst pages A mystery shrouds them both as they exchange niceties during a chance meeting on a veranda and the reader will immediately want to know It becomes evident rom the start that the heroine Has A Grounded Faith In God And Wants To Live a grounded aith in God and wants to live conviction to the White Water fullest The hero though he boasts a certain bravado is actually vulnerable than he lets on Even the minor characters will become aixture as the story unfolds and the reader will not be able to keep himherself The Slave Dancer fromalling in love with each of them A conflict begins to unfold with very soon which throws a possible budding romance off balance and only a love strong enough to endure will prevail The regency setting adds magic to the moment and the reader will be transported there with the help of generous descriptions Moore s pages are rich with action and there is never a dull moment in the book This reader was riveted to this book Special Agent from the start and practicallyinished it in one long sitting because she could not put it down Grab this book up as soon as you can and Sleep with the Fishes find yourself lost in this mesmerizing romance Can t wait to see who gets the movie rights Barbara Horn A great debut I lookorward to reading rom this authorThis story is set in London during the Regency period At 23 Lady Nicole Beaumont goes to London after her mother convinces her to go She steps outside while at a ball and meets Lord Devlin an earl and A Handsome Bachelor He Is handsome bachelor He is by her and keeps her in the garden or a while in order to urther his acuaintance She declines to tell him and the rest of society of her secret There is a depth to the main characters and the author does a good job of demonstrating their personal struggles A tender and lovely story of aith and trusting in Him Overall its an enjoyabl. An Unexpected EncounterFor a ew moments on a moonlit balcony Nicole Beaumont was just a beautiful woman catching the eye of the handsome Lord Devlin but she knew the illusion couldn't last If the enigmatic aristocrat knew her sec. .


Ers and their laws believable and the romance was heart stopping I Loved The Witty Banter the witty banter the two major characters as well as the secret that propelled much of the storyline And if all that wasn t enough to blow me away the Setting Them Straight: You CAN Do Something About Bigotry and Homophobia in Your Life fact that The Aristocrat s Lady was Mary Moore s debut novelwell you could ve easily blown me over with aeather uite possibly this book will make my Top Ten list at year s end and we ve got a long way to go before we get there Ms Moore is an author that I will be rom in the utureof that I HAVE NO DOUBT FANTASTIC A ROMANTIC READ THIS no doubt Fantastic A super romantic read This will teach you about learning how to get over hardships and to trust God during them Even when you 100 ways to Fight the Flab - and still have wine and chocolate face difficulties God always seems toind a The Oxford New Greek Dictionary friendor you Learn to lean on him and he will provide a wonderful The Cello Suites : J.S. Bach, Pablo Casals, and the search for a Baroque masterpiece futureor you Okay soI should give this book three stars at the most but it captured and held my interest through the entire book so I just had to give it an extra star The New Job Security for thatThe romance in this was great I loved the whole idea behind the story Butthere is no way in this world a person can hide such a handicaprom a group of intelligent or even unintelligent people I had a The Day Fidel Died: Cuba in the Age of Raúl, Obama, and the Rolling Stones (A Vintage Short) friend who got the same handicap after graduatingrom college and it was very obvious to everyone I am not revealing the handicap but I knew what it was simply by reading the back of the bookAlso the ending was a bit much The New Odyssey: The Story of Europe's Refugee Crisis for me Though I m glad the author did not go down the road I thought she was going down I don t think Devlin s solution to the problem was very realisticBut when a book holds me captured like this boo Can t wait to read this book it looks really good D Having some invisible disabilities myself I understand NOT wanting to burden others with the neccessary accommodations inconveniences expense I reuire So this story truly touched me I also appreciate that the author avoided the temptation to suddenly cure Nicole Unconditional love is the truest blessing and reflects that of the author of life. Ued Yet what was she hiding For a man who did not trust easily discovering her secret was devastating Overcoming their pasts andorging a The Jumbee future would takeaith To Helvetica and Back forgiveness and trust And second chances could lead to new beginnin.