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Regency Brides (Regency Brides #1-3)

3.7 of 5 stars 3.70  ·  rating details  ·  64 ratings  ·  8 reviews
Even after overcoming social stigmas, prejudices, and presumptions, three people of the early 1800s are most threatened when they nearly sabotage their romances from within. Lord Nicholas is determined to cut himself off from the world when he catches love literally falling from a tree; Katherine Montbatten's decision that vengeance is hers and not the Lord's almost costs ...more
Paperback, 350 pages
Published November 1st 2006 by Barbour Publishing
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Meredith (Austenesque Reviews)
First of all, I just want to say that I love Jane Austen, and I was so pleasantly surprised when I read in the author's note that the novels of Jane Austen inspired her writing in this book! I love time period, I love the Christian undertones, I love the clean love story, and of course I love spotting characters that resemble those from Jane Austen's beloved novels. I recognized a Darcy, a Mrs. Bennet, a Lady Catherine, and an Emma. It was such fun!

1. The Vicar's Daughter: This story is about C
In The Vicar's Daughter, Christina Wakelin helps the Earl of Kenswick to re-enter the world. He hsas isolated himself from people in general and is wasting away in his own guilt and sorrow - until Christina enters his life with a flash and a bang. She feels sorry for the young Earl who is so obviously distanced from God and makes it her mission to help him see that God loves him. . .no matter how hard he tries to drive her away. When she sticks to him, ignoring his blatant rudeness, he starts to ...more
Wish all four books in series had been included as I think I had the fourth book somewhere....once....a long time ago and now think I gave it away. I also have some issue with the re-occurring "thought drowned to death" situation and the last book having it seem like the heroines lies where a part of Divine plan? If I am wrong in that interpretation please tell me. So, loved 2 out of 3 books with the third being so-so.
three stories about women finding love in England/US in the 1800s. Not a lot of setting description.
Despite being sappy, mushy, and sentimental, this was a fun read! The three couples in this book seemed determined to sabotage their own romances. I enjoyed all three stories, but would only recommend them to someone who enjoys a story where there is an abundance of staring into each other's eyes:P

Rated PG for some sensuality.
Slumbering Rose
The first story, The Vicar's Daughter, was by far my favorite of the three. The Engagement I didn't like much at all—in fact, I kind of had to force myself to read it. The last one, Remember Me, was pretty good as well, though.
This book was a little too cheesy for my taste. She used the phrase ""stared deeply into each other's eyes"" at least twice in each of the 3 stories. It just lacked depth. It was a quick read at least!
Lisa M.
It was good and funny...and I figured out I'd read it before...oh well! I love revisiting old books!
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Born and raised in Louisiana, Kim often uses her home-town as a fictional setting for her books. Her husband Brian, her son Tyler, and she have lived all over the United States working in churches as Music Ministers, including Pensacola, FL, Nashville, Las Vegas and Dallas, TX, and even in Canada. They now are back to their roots, and living in Louisiana where her husband is a pastor at Victory Ch ...more
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  • The Engagement (Regency Brides #2)
  • Remember Me (Regency Brides #3)
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