Captivated by the Wallflower

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  • Captivated by the Wallflower
  • Aileen Fish
  • 16 January 2017

10 thoughts on “Captivated by the Wallflower

  1. says:

    Classic set up bluestocking spinsterish heroine, hero that slowly falls for her, a Big Misunderstanding view spoiler though, is it I thought that Knightwick did make an agreemen with her father to trade a horse for finding her a bride hide spoiler

  2. says:

    This too short novella happened in 1813, Ascot etc Viscount Adam Lumley Lady Susan, an earl s dtr were friends Adam the earl both owned competing racehorses, racing Ascot, Newmarket and so on She attended these races to please her father Adam asked could his mare mate w the earl s prized stallion, Raven but the earl declined He changed his mind he d allow the mating IF Adam changed his Wallflower dtr Susan into a diamond of the season She focused on starting a school for poor children Adam noted Susan was a beauty when she smiled He agreed to recruit sponsors for her school She thought Adam only tolerated her Hero confided in the earl that Lumley men loved hard and forever he regretted the Raven deal She overheard the last part only.Adam had to prove he wasn t deceitful before he could be reunited with Susan A loving couple who could ve used a longer story.

  3. says:

    Captivated by the Wallflower is the 6th novella in The Bridgethorpe Brides series by Aileen Fish It begins in June of 1813 at Ascot.Adam Lumley, Viscount Knightwick, and his brother David have some excellent racehorses that win frequently Throughout the summer, Knightwick attends days long horse races at Ascot, Bibury, Newmarket, and Canterbury, and goes home in between.Lady Susan, 24, is the wallflower in the title At balls, she sits in a chair along the wallor reads in a quiet room She s seen six seasons and hasn t garnered interest from young men, even though she s lovely She follows her father when he attends various races, and is an acquaintance of Knightwick s Susan s father is Knightwick s friend, and throughout the story, Knightwick and Susan get to know each other better What I liked Always 1 for me I liked the hero and heroine very much The setting of the horse races was something new for me, and I ve read many Regencies The ending was just great What I didn t like A misunderstanding that was never completely cleared up, but this is a minor complaint.The editing was good in this story The only mistake I found was Susan stood nearby her mother, which is not a correct use of the word nearby I d recommend this book to fans of clean Regency romances It was very clean, including the language I will be adding another Aileen Fish novella to my to read list Maybe 1 in the series I read this one as part of the Sweet Summer Kisses collection.

  4. says:

    This I got in a boxed set called Sweet Summer Kisses I don t see it sold individually on so it may only come in this set It was an ok read for me It won t stand out in my mind because the couple once together were fabulous it just didn t knock me over The couple find love at first meeting but then a scandal breaks and then they make up the end It is a clean read and gets a two and a half star rating as she had a great H h they just didn t really do anything I hate giving bad reviews but this was just a hoe hum read for me.

  5. says:

    Cute quick read

  6. says:

    This book seriously took my an hour to finish Was able to finish in one sitting in the bath It was alright, but definitely lacked any heat between the two characters.

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