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Chesney's Poor Relations and House for a Season series and would highly recommend any of the books in those series. This one, I would have to say "pass. May 21, P. Another in the seemingly endless 'lust conquers all' regency or near regency installments by Beaton under one or another of her aliases in which a totally unsuitable young miss is hitched to a equally unsuitable much older peer, although I found this one [a kindle unlimited so nearly free but not worth it anyway] especially tiresome.
Nov 30, Neimasujey rated it did not like it. Did NOT like the main character at all. Aug 08, Sarah Southerland added it. Did Not Finish. The main character was a twit. I tried to finish, but just couldn't. It was worse than a junior high train wreck. Love the series, hated this one.
Aug 30, Sarah Ehmke rated it did not like it. I will not be reading anything further by this author. What a poorly written story, with the most inconsistent characters. Apr 11, AlldayEyreday rated it it was ok. As for the heroine, her perpetual daydream state feature gothic plots and places was quite quite old very early one but even that I could forgive if she had learned one lesson from all her mistakes. Instead she came off the same at the end as she did in the beginning which is very, very unfortunate.
View 2 comments. Make up your mind! While I was interested to see what would happen, the characters were portrayed like caricatures, with exaggerated quirks and oscillating emotions. The hero changes his mind about the heroine every time she makes a mistake. The heroine is embarrassingly naive. I laughed at first but it went on and on. I made it to the end by sheer willpower. Maybe if you like a more Gothic story this is for you.
View 1 comment. Feb 13, Damaskcat rated it it was amazing.
This is a marvellously entertaining and at times laugh out loud funny Regency romance. Jean Lindsay has been brought up by her thoroughly unpleasant uncle.
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She is invited to a fashionable ball but has to make do and mend with a dress of her late mother's which she soon realises is completely out of fashion. In spite of her dowdiness she attracts the attention of the handsome Marquis of Fleetwood. Her uncle against his better judgement, finally sends her to London to her godmother to make her com This is a marvellously entertaining and at times laugh out loud funny Regency romance.
Her uncle against his better judgement, finally sends her to London to her godmother to make her come out and hopefully meet a rich husband so that she will be off his hands for good. What might seem a pretty run of the mill plot is rendered completely out of the ordinary by Jean's tendency to daydream in any and every situation and consequently act in some very strange ways. This leads to lots of misunderstandings and plenty of embarrassing and very funny incidents. But there is also danger for Jean when she is about to come into an inheritance and more than one person wants her dead.
Fortunately the Marquis of Fleetwood is on hand to rescue her even though he finds her totally exasperating. I fond myself laughing out loud at several of the scenes in this book and it really does keep you turning the pages to make sure Jean is all right. The characters are marvellous too - especially the outspoken Lady Frank and Freddie - The Marquis's closest friend.
If you want a book to cheer you up and you enjoy Regency romances with a bit of mystery thrown in too then you may enjoy this one. Nov 15, Lady rated it did not like it Shelves: ruined-by-unlikeable-lead-character , hero-daft-to-love-heroine , annoying-heroine-alert. The main female character, Jean Lindsey, is such an embarrassment. You want to root for her because you sympathize with her plight but she makes it impossible. She has zero self-awareness and seems incapable of learning anything from one disastrous social mishap to the next. What's worse is her character is described as being "intelligent" a trait that supposedly separates her from the other "silly women" yet she comes off as a complete simpleton.
I could not at all buy into the story of the ma The main female character, Jean Lindsey, is such an embarrassment. I could not at all buy into the story of the male lead actually falling in love with her. I should've quit this book half way through but I was hoping that this Lindsey character would redeem herself. She seemed to gain to some sense towards the very end but by then I didn't really care anymore. May 02, Merci rated it liked it. I do enjoy books by MC and they can be truly comedic.
I kept reading because I was interested to see how a HeA could be penned for someone so ignorant. The hero was arrogant. All in all an ok book. But make no mistake the sheer stupidity, ignorance, unable to even call it naiivity, of the heroine makes it difficult to complete. Sep 05, Jamie rated it did not like it. Girl's parents are jovial spend thrifts, they die in a tragic carriage accident and Girl is left with mean uncle who is a priest and has to put up with two undeserving empty-headed "step sisters". Her clothes are kept in a trunk in the attic.
I mean Did the author just run out of time on her book contract, and change the character and town names of her last one? What the heck is this? Apr 08, Sani rated it really liked it. Lindsay, living with her horrible uncle, faced all kind of misery, suddenly she inherits and her uncle try everything to overcome her inheritance. This book really nice, describing love, hatred, embarrassment which I felt deeply , and arrogance.
Good light book. Apr 02, Chevy rated it really liked it. I love Jane Austen and have read most of her books and needed a new Author, Marion Chesney is working well although a little more provocative. I love a good regency romance but not smut. May 24, Arati rated it did not like it. Even worse than Barbara Cartland. A mockery of Regency Romance. Title: Regency Gold Author: M. Jean Lindsey is an orphan who lives with her drunken Uncle Hamish in a Scottish manse. She has been tutored by the kindness of local lord and lady with their snobby daughters.
It is at a party at their home where Jean Lindsey first meets the handsome and elegant John, the Marquis of Fleetwater. Fleetwater takes pity on the girl and dances with her, but things as they always do with Jean go awry in her conquest of Fleetwater. Jean has an overactive imagination and spends much of her time in her imaginary world oblivious of what is going on around her. This causes many, many hilarious situations that always sadly seem to bring Jean down in the world. Jean goes to London to visit her Godmother and get a season in town.
A plot develops where someone is trying to kill Jean because of her rumored inheritance. Fleetwater vows to project her. Jean makes new friends including Teddy and his sister, who care more about hunting then society, but also care about Jean herself. Will true love find its course and will the would be assassins be discovered? I thought Regency Gold was a very entertaining audiobook. Charlotte Anne Dore was a good narrator. The light humor of the story as well as the mystery story line kept me intrigued on my long commute to and from work each day.
I particularly liked the characters and that Jean was not a perfect miss, and either was Fleetwater. I also love the Regency time period in general. Overall, Regency Gold is a good audiobook to keep you entertained with humor, chaste romance, and mystery. I found it to be something great to listen to after a long day of work — stress relieving!
Jan 27, Jessica rated it it was ok Shelves: historical-fiction , romance. I am the hugest fan of Marion Chesney's Regency romances, and have been since I discovered them in junior high. This is, I believe, one of her first, if not THE first, and I was delighted to find it at a used bookstore the other day. All the elements of a classic Chesney romance are here: a daydreamy young woman from a provincial upbringing, an older, more sophisticated man. The girl was too daydreamy, in fact for most of the book she was down I am the hugest fan of Marion Chesney's Regency romances, and have been since I discovered them in junior high.
The girl was too daydreamy, in fact for most of the book she was downright irritating, going off into elaborate fantasies every few minutes, leading her to shout out highly embarrassing things or knock over tables in her absent-minded stupor. And her suitor didn't seem all that interested in her, frankly.
It was fun, but definitely not one of my favorites. Her daydreams sustain her through the years of drudgery and abuse at the hands of her uncle. Jean acquires a reputation of being an heiress through servants' gossip, but not having had a proper upbringing, when she is introduced to Society by her godmother, she makes one drastic mistake after another and is soon sent to the country to rusticate.
There are several attempts on Jean's life but, because of her tendency to daydr Jean Lindsay is a blend of Cinderella, Elizabeth Bennett and Walter Mitty. There are several attempts on Jean's life but, because of her tendency to daydream, no one believes she is in danger.
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