Engagement at Beaufort Hall

Engagement at Beaufort Hall Kad je Imogen Carstairs otkrila da je njezin zaru nik Charles Riverdale bio u ljubavnoj vezi s drugom enom tijekom cijelih njihovih zaruka odmah je razvrgnula zaruke samo tri dana prije vjen anja Na

  • Title: Engagement at Beaufort Hall
  • Author: Jane Feather
  • ISBN: 9781476703718
  • Page: 106
  • Format: ebook
  • Kad je Imogen Carstairs otkrila da je njezin zaru nik Charles Riverdale bio u ljubavnoj vezi s drugom enom tijekom cijelih njihovih zaruka, odmah je razvrgnula zaruke, samo tri dana prije vjen anja Nakon dru tvenog skandala i slomljena srca, Gen se povukla na veliki obiteljski posjed na selu, a s njom je po la i njezina sestra Esther No bijeg u Beaufort Hall nije se pokKad je Imogen Carstairs otkrila da je njezin zaru nik Charles Riverdale bio u ljubavnoj vezi s drugom enom tijekom cijelih njihovih zaruka, odmah je razvrgnula zaruke, samo tri dana prije vjen anja Nakon dru tvenog skandala i slomljena srca, Gen se povukla na veliki obiteljski posjed na selu, a s njom je po la i njezina sestra Esther No bijeg u Beaufort Hall nije se pokazao onako uspje nim kako se nadala i Gen je prinu ena pitati se mo e li ponovno vjerovati Charlesu nakon to ju je onako izdao Treba li slu ati svoj umi svoje srce

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    About "Jane Feather"

    1. Jane Feather

      Jane Robotham was born on 1945 in Cairo, Egypt, where her British parents were stationated She grew up in New Forest, in the south of England She earned a Master s Degree in Applied Social Studies from Oxford University In 1978, she, her husband and their three children moved to New Jersey There, she worked as a social worker She began writing in 1981 after another move, this time to Washington, D.C In 1984, Feather published 5 contemporary romances under the pseudonym, Claudia Bishop She has published historical romance as Jane Feather, her own name, since 1986 There are over 10 million copies of her books in print.

    452 thoughts on “Engagement at Beaufort Hall”

    1. Okay, I have read this book and am not happy with it, WHY? First because it is so similar to A VALENTINE WEDDING by the same author. I have an issue with both books, both so called H's have a mistress and father a child whilst still having sex with h. They are betrothed the h and they have sex with the mistress and the h at the same time. We are to believe that they know that as soon as they marry the h that the sex will stop with the mistress but it seems to be okay that they have sex with both [...]


    2. This was alright but I do find cheating a normally unreadable theme, and really however you look at it, Charles was a cheat. Reading other reviews I assumed more time would pass between break-up and make-up; however we open in November 1899 and only move forward as far as February 1900. Maybe some might not realise this but this is not the Edwardian period - Queen Victoria died in 1901. Moreover as far as I know, not being a fan, Downton Abbey (cited in the blurb as well) began shortly after or [...]


    3. Very disappointed as this book had the makings of an intriguing and good read had the h had a backbone or the H any honor or a conscience. Feather fell short on many fronts in her handling of this one. The story is similar to another by Feather called Valentine Wedding which left me with the same frustrated feeling. In both books, the H and h are in love, engaged and have already begun sleeping together when on the eve of the wedding h discovers that H has had a mistress and a child by the mistr [...]


    4. Charles and Imogen (Gen) have been engaged for two years. They have been lovers for one year. The two of them are polar opposites, politically, and their rows over such things are legendary. But this is why they fit. They're both passionate about their causes, and impressed by others who are equally passionate—even if they're pulling their opinions out of orifices that don't exactly shoot out good ideas. The two of them fight—a lot—but they are MEANT TO BE.It isn't until three days before [...]


    5. I liked the time period this occurs in. It's late Victorian England and I believe it's the first in a series. I will definitely read the next book. The book has a strong female character and an appealing male lead.


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