A Lady's Point of View: A Regency Romance

A Lady's Point of View: A Regency Romance

by Jacqueline Diamond

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BN ID: 2940013099241
Publisher: K. Loren Wilson
Publication date: 08/15/2011
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 147,843
File size: 225 KB

About the Author

A love for the books of Jane Austen drew Jacqueline Diamond to the world of the Regency-era romance, and her half-dozen novels in the genre have delighted readers for thirty years. Jackie has gone on to sell novels ranging from mysteries and medical romances to romantic comedies. A former Associated Press reporter in Los Angeles, Jackie has received a career achievement award from Romantic Times magazine and two finalist placements for the RITA Award. She currently writes the Safe Harbor Medical mystery series. To be sure you never miss a sale or a new release, sign up for her free newsletter at her website, jacquelinediamond.com.

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A Lady's Point of View: A Regency Romance 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 14 reviews.
Critiqua More than 1 year ago
I should have been warned when I saw this author also writes in the "The Billionaire's Twin Babies and Harem Slave" genre, but I figured: hey, everyone has to pay the bills, maybe this is what she does best! I am very sorry to say I was wrong. Inconsistent, one-dimensional characters, blatant historical inaccuracies, and just pure unattractive silliness stopped me before I could get even half-way through the book. It takes a lot to make me put something down, and unfortunately this book had what it takes. Beautiful, attractive cover; excellent premise (with a near-sighted heroine); complete failure to deliver.
AneMailname More than 1 year ago
Finally! A Normal person, with faults and all! Most writers of this type of book make their characters so perfect that it is hard to believe. The characters in A Lady's Point Of View have faults, like all of the rest of us. The main character, I find to be an endearing young-ish woman who seems older than she is. I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys a nice Cozy regency.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This copy started in the middle of chapter 10 and was less than 80 pages long I feel cheated and tthat it is my duty to keep others from the same fate .
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved the sisters
Gentlewolf More than 1 year ago
Once again, Jacque has succeeded in capturing my attention and holding it to the end. She obviously loves this time period and has done extensive research! Having worn glasses all my life, and gone through the rebellious phase as a teenager of not wanting to wear them, and though my eyesight isn’t quite as bad a Lady Margaret Linley, I can relate to her position. Jacque tells an excellent tale of overcoming the struggle of simple misunderstandings and unintentional mistakes.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
If you enjoy regency romances this is a good one.
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emiliejean More than 1 year ago
I thoroughly enjoyed this delightful tale.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Characters easy to like. Tension holds till the end.
Lulu_Burroughs More than 1 year ago
This is an engaging sweet Regency featuring two sisters who each have their own love story. The elder sister's mother expects her to find a suitable husband to shore up the ladies finances; however, her misguided mother refuses to provide her with spectacles so that she can see. Banned for accidently cutting Beau Brummell, she then, through a series of mishaps, arrives at a peer's home where she is mistaken for the new governess the household was expecting. The younger sister, who is more beautiful and outspoken finds herself interested in a mature gentleman looking for a wife that is all that is seemly and proper, which she is not. Both sisters find love and heartache but each relationship rights itself in the end.
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