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Author:
Deborah Hale
ISBN13:
978-0373828739
ISBN:
037382873X
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Love Inspired Historicals; Original edition (June 14, 2011)
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Title: THE WEDDING SEASON Authors: Deborah Hale and Louise Gouge Publisher: Love Inspired Historical June 2011 ISBN . Deborah Hale did a wonderful job writing the story and I look forward to reading more of her books

Title: THE WEDDING SEASON Authors: Deborah Hale and Louise Gouge Publisher: Love Inspired Historical June 2011 ISBN: 978-0-373-82873-9 Genre: ical romance. Wedding bells will ring in these romantic Regency storie. HE WEDDING SEASON is a set of two stories set in England, during the Regency period. Deborah Hale did a wonderful job writing the story and I look forward to reading more of her books. The bonus book included The Gentleman Takes a Bride by Louise M. Gouge was also a good story. Thanks again for my copy of the book.

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Lady Diana Moberly lifted her pretty little nose and sniffed. I shall find a peer to marry, or I’ll not marry at al. .d with rapt attention

Lady Diana Moberly lifted her pretty little nose and sniffed.d with rapt attention. After all, Di had just returned from her first London Season and knew everything about courtship and marriage. And in a few minutes, the wedding ceremony would begin, and Di’s older sister would marry a handsome gentleman she had met at Almack’s only two months ago. An untitled gentleman. Di insisted she would do better.

New York : Love Inspired. She can't possibly be attracted to the untitled stranger who interrupts her cousin's wedding. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; ctlibrary; china; americana. Yet Elizabeth finds herself drawn to Philip Lindsey's tender heart and strong faith. And if Philip has his way, he'll convince Elizabeth the only title she needs is Mrs. Lindsey, beloved wife.

Hometown Cinderella (Love Inspired Historical). The story was believable and the characters were easy to love. The spiritual aspect was a bit limited, but it was obviously their home would be one with God as the head. Lilac Spring (Wild Rose Series (Steeple Hill Women's Fiction The story was believable and the characters were easy to love.

Much ADO about nuptials. Edna MacDonald and Agnes Graham, who were such a loving, inspiring presence. in the lives of their many grandchildren. Bear with each other and forgive whatever.

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l years ago, after Beauty and the Baron got a very nice reception from readers, I thought I might like to write an anthology of Regency stories based on popular fairy tales

l years ago, after Beauty and the Baron got a very nice reception from readers, I thought I might like to write an anthology of Regency stories based on popular fairy tales. Of course the natural choice to begin with was Cinderella and I though it would work well with a governess heroine. Instead of a fairy godmother, what if the heroine’s young pupils helped her catch their father’s eye? I thought I would call my story Miss Ellerby’s Fairy Godchildren. There was one big problem, though.

Perfect! Lord Steadwell's three motherless daughters were heartbroken when their last governess ran off to elope. In her dowdy cap and spectacles, Grace Ellerby seems an ideal replacement - a nurturing, intelligent woman uninterested in marriage. or school for scandal? What had she agreed to? Leonora Freemantle had wagered high stakes that book learning, not birthright, produced a gentleman, but now with the roguish Sergeant Morse Archer under her tutelage, she was no longer sure of the outcome.

Here, we reflect on the rich history of these commonplace wedding-day traditions, while acknowledging that our . Later, the tradition evolved into the bride pushing pieces of her wedding cake through her ring to the guests.

Here, we reflect on the rich history of these commonplace wedding-day traditions, while acknowledging that our ancestors had some pretty strange beliefs. Those in attendance would take that piece of cake home to place under their pillows for, again, good luck. It's a great thing, today, that we can just enjoy a slice (or two) at the wedding without picking up crumbs off the floor.

Much Ado About Nuptials by Deborah HalePlagued with a jaded heart, Sebastian Stanhope, Viscount Benedict, won't let his half brother rush into marriage. He must convince the bride's stubborn—if charming—governess, Rebecca Beaton, to help sever the engagement. Only, Rebecca is determined to encourage the engaged pair…and show Sebastian the blessing of true love.The Gentleman Takes a Bride by Louise M. GougeSurely Elizabeth Moberly was born to be a nobleman's bride. She can't possibly be attracted to the untitled stranger who interrupts her cousin's wedding. Yet Elizabeth finds herself drawn to Philip Lindsey's tender heart and strong faith. And if Philip has his way, he'll convince Elizabeth the only title she needs is Mrs. Lindsey, beloved wife.
  • The first of these books is the first in a series of books and I found it after reading the third and newest book! All are great and I loved learning something new about the girls in each! This features Rebecca a women sure love has past her by till a mistaken identity makes a very handsome Lord take notice of her!! Secrets, flattery, passion, and a love only God can help flourish! A must have!!!
    The second book is funny, and truly shows we plan God laughs. This one kept me glued right till the end when there is a huge surprise waiting! Another must read!! I hope you enjoy it as much as I did!!

  • The first novel by Deborah Hale was cute and pretty well done. It would have been nice if it had been a longer and novel and she could flush out some of the plot more, but other than that, I enjoyed it very much. Rebecca shows up as sort of the "fairy godmother" for the other glass slipper brides in the series.

    The second novel by Louise Gouge is less than stellar. It's slow and pretty boring. It's chapter after chapter of the two characters being attracted to each other then coming up with lame reasons why they can't do anything other than bore the reader with their attraction to the other person and how EVERY little thing the other person does is the most perfect/wonderful/vomit thing they've ever seen. The plot idea starts off promising and then winds up being a storyline of convenience to keep the two characters in each other's faces. You don't get much of a feel for Phillip other than that he thinks Elizabeth is so beautiful. Based on how the author depicts her, I don't understand why. Other than being blonde and beautiful, she's so wishy washy and annoying. I had purchased two other novels by this author, but after reading this clunker, I sent them back to amazon.

  • The first story was stupid and corny, however the second book was very well written. This book is worth buying for the second story.

  • I have to say that I originally purchased this book because I enjoy reading books by Ms. Deborah Hale. I proceeded to read the story by Ms. Louise Gouge because it was there for the reading... But wow!

    I did enjoy the story about Sebastian Stanhope and Rebecca Beaton. Sebastian is a Viscount determined to break up his brother's relationship with a pretty but not of their caliber young woman. He harbors bitterness over his own previous marriage and doesn't want his brother to experience his same misfortune. Ms. Beaton the governess of the brother's betrothed whom Sebastian gets to know and attempt to convince her to help his endeavors is a kind woman who knows/thinks that a man of his rank would ever grow to love a woman of no rank.

    Good story...however....The story by Ms. Gouge was one of the best I've read in a long while and I read 2-3 books a week.

    Philip Lindsey stops a wedding about to take place because the groom having already received a doury for his sister's marriage to him is about to marry another. After the wedding is postponed until things can be investigated, Captain Moberly, brother to the bride to be's father, invites Philip to stay in his home while the investigation is underway. Elizabeth is the daughter of the Captain and while she is attracted to Philip she tries to avoid him as she wants to marry a man with a title. I LOVED this story. I will say no more as it wouldn't be fair to those that haven't read it but suffice it to say that as the grandchildren of the Captain and Mrs. Moberly play out scenes from the bible to entertain the adults, one such act would be a lesson to all. The ending was great... The type of book you long hold against your chest once the book has concluded. I will read more from this new ( to me) author.

  • Much Ado About Nuptials by Deborah Hale 6/12/11

    Sebastian has come to break up the marriage plans his brother Claude has made, as he has always done. Sebastian sees all women after money and uncaring. He is pleased when the woman in the garden promises she will never marry her brother. When telling his brother he discovers it was not his betrothed but her companion.

    Rebecca and Sebastian try to convince the other to see the marriage from their side of it. After Sebastian shares his story with her, Rebecca realizes that he is comparing all women to the one who betrayed him.

    Great story!

    The Gentleman Takes a Bride Louise M. Gouge 6/12/11
    Captain Thomas Mobley's children are grown and his daughter Elizabeth has her eyes set on someone of the peer. When Philip Lindsey burst into the church and stops her cousins wedding she has trouble keeping her eyes off him and constantly tells herself he is not a peer.

    Her father invites the young man to stay with them until the matter of her cousins betrothed can be settled. Being already in a marriage contract to Lucy Lindsey he has taken her dowry early.

    This book is about the different stages people are at in the English aristocracy, love and forgiveness. Of those who want power and those who want nothing to do with it. I enjoyed all the books in Louise's series.