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8 delightful Regency Summer stories from bestselling authors – Lose yourself in love! **FREE ON KINDLE UNLIMITED** Enchanting the DukeA young Lady, a too charming Lord, an elegant Duke, an infatuation, a dramatic confrontation, a chance for real love. Lady Cordelia Branley, daughter of Baron Tillingford, in London for the first time, is captivated by Lord Edward Fitzhugh.8 delightful Regency Summer stories from bestselling authors – Lose yourself in love! **FREE ON KINDLE UNLIMITED** Enchanting the DukeA young Lady, a too charming Lord, an elegant Duke, an infatuation, a dramatic confrontation, a chance for real love. Lady Cordelia Branley, daughter of Baron Tillingford, in London for the first time, is captivated by Lord Edward Fitzhugh. But her chaperone, Miss Millpost, is not so convinced of the young Lord’s character. Philip Canterwood, Duke of Rotherhithe, is set in his ways as a widower – until the request of his dying friend, Baron Tillingford, to investigate the man that Lady Cordelia fancies herself in love with. Once he begins to look into it, everything changes… Is Lord Edward as charming and pleasant as he seems? Will Lady Cordelia find true love in the end? Or will she be blinded by charm with no substance? And will the Duke allow himself to love again?The Duke and the Lady’s MaidEric Caxton, the Duke of Amesbury, suspected that Olivia was no ordinary lady's maid. She was too refined and a bit impertinent. All Olivia wanted was to free herself from the employ of her aunt and cousin who delighted in her discomfort. A summer trip to Bath would be just the ticket to find a respectable Lady in need of a maid, but Olivia found more than she bargained for when she caught the interest of the Duke. Hope for CharityRumor has it that the Earl of Wentwell is a self-serving rogue who is desired by all the women of the Ton. Lady Charity Abernathy is the epitome of naiveté and believes everything she hears. Both are hoping for happiness. Both are longing for love. And things are not always what they seem. Summer with the DukeAbigail Jones is unhappy with life on her family’s farm and flees to Bath for the summer, to work in her aunt and uncle’s shop. Quite by accident, she meets the Duke of Hampston’s daughter, who takes an immediate liking to her, and invites her to her home for tea. Abigail, unaware that she will be visiting the home of a Duke, agrees. Jealousy ensues when the Duke’s almost fiancée sees how well both the daughter and the Duke hit it off with Abigail. Will the Duke stay the course and marry Lady Margaret? Or will he confess that he’s secretly falling for Abigail? The Duke’s First LoveRose expected a proposal from the dashing Duke of Highbury, but it did not come. When she finds out he is marrying another, she reluctantly goes with her family to Bath for the summer. Will the round of summer parties help wash her sour memories away?The Duke’s Scandalous ScholarWidower Evan Aldercliffe, Duke of Foxchester, joins his family in Bath, hoping to regain his footing and recover from grief. There he meets Bridget Stanhope, a free-spirited woman who thinks that all men are foolish. Sparks fly immediately, but the result is... magical. The Governess and the Scandalous DukeMiss Beatrice Lakeheart is left in the most unfortunate circumstances after the death of her mother and the remarriage of her Papa. When she is offered employment as a governess for the scandalous, world weary Duke of Carrington, little does she know that her very innocence will attract him to her like a moth to a flame. But between her jealous stepbrother and his jealous (and unpleasant) fiancée, can they still find their happily ever after? Amelia and the EarlAmelia Dane, plain, sensible, and poor, gave up her...

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love one summer in bath a regency romance summer collection 8 delightful regency summer stories regency romance collections book 4 Reviews

  • Kim
    2019-05-04 18:21

    3.5 for me. A chance for me to sample 8 traditional clean regency romance authors new to me. I like like my clean traditional regency romances filled with depth, with mind expanding and heart pulling adversity, showcasing some sociological era ills, and with intelligent strong heroines more on the shelf in age. This was mostly, but not completely 16 years in age to beginning new adult in age heroines waiting for their fairy tale ending wealthy titled Prince Charming to come. They were NOT ALL like that so I really liked some more than others. For those who read to escape and like their regency era romances all sunshine and rainbows (not me), than those which were more just "meh" ok for me will be 5 stars for you. It is a case of it is just me not the writing. Can't beat this 99¢ anthology to try new authors though.Language: No profanity.Sensuality: Kisses only.Source: My purchased library.

  • Kristin Davison
    2019-05-04 22:03

    I started this because I really like Gemma Blackwood's work and wanted to read her novella that was included in this collection. I was delighted by the collection of novellas, with 7 of them exclusive to the collection. I also found lots of new authors to look up. Enchanting the Duke: Sweet and Clean Regency Romance- Arietta Richmond2.55 stars the duke and the lady's maid (the peers of Eton) - Catherine Windsor [exclusive] *3 stars hope for charity - Isabella Thorne [exclusive] *3 stars summer with the duke - Katherine Keats [exclusive] *2.7 stars the duke's first love - Kelly Anne Bruce [exclusive] DNF. Speech is too stiff and way too many historical inaccuraciesthe duke's scandalous scholar - Alyce Healey [exclusive] *2.6 stars the governess and the scandalous duke - Regina Darcy [exclusive] *3 stars Amelia and the earl - Gemma Blackwood [exclusive]3 stars * author to find more books by

  • Vera mallard
    2019-05-11 20:17

    This is a collection of Regency romances titled Love One Summer In Bath. I chose to review Isabella Thorne and Gemma Blackwood contributions.STORY-LINE HOPE FOR CHARITY BY ISABELLA THORNE:In Love One Summer In Bath containing story, Hope For Charity, the reader's treated to a short regency romance story set in Bath. Lady Charity Abernathy's looking for a husband. However, Charity wants to marry for love and not social position. Naive and young, she believes all the gossip she hears. Lord Wentwell, object of the latest gossip, reputation is one of a rake and rogue. Upon meeting, Lord Wentwell, Neville Collington, Charity gives him the cold shoulder. However fate has a different course in store for Charity. Lord Wentwell's reputation is not what it seems. Come along with Charity as she discovers all gossip's not true and love could be waiting in the wings. My romance book review of Hope For Charity follows.CHARACTERS, PLOTTING, DEVELOPMENT:I found Hope For Charity a sweet clean romance. Although Charity's character is a naïve young woman, she knows she wants to marry for love. Social position mean little to her. She has a caring heart which differs from most of the ton. Neville's allowed his reputation to flourish which will cause him a great deal of problems with Charity. Furthermore, including the Neville's brother, added an extra ingredient to the story; as a result, allowing Charity to see a side of Neville the gossips did not. We know today, the brother was a victim of PTSD. Charity comes to see the true Neville rather than his soiled reputation.Finally, in concluding my romance book review of Hope For Charity, I found a short solid story which entertains the reader. The character developments well done, and the pace was in-line with the length of the story. Although the author could not develop the story-line or characters in-depth as can be done with a novel, Thorne created a good clean romance in these short pages. Perfect for a lazy afternoon of reading, I enjoyed this story by a talented author. I would not hesitate to buy this book for my self or a friendHOPE FOR CHARITY RECOMMENDATION: STARS 4SECOND REVIEW FROM COLLECTIONSTORY-LINE AMELIA AND THE EARL BY GEMMA BLACKWOOD:In Love One Summer In Bath, containing story, Amelia and The Earl, we find Miss Amelia Dane in Bath with her Aunt who takes the waters. She considers herself plain and a spinster at 25. On the shelf and too poor to afford a season, Amelia had reached the ripe old age of 25 without meeting the love of her life. Meeting the Earl of Banfield changes Amelia's life. Catapulted into the society of the ton by the Earl's sisters, Amelia finds the Earl captivating. Will love find these two? My regency romance book review of Amelia and The Earl follows.CHARACTERS, PLOTTING, DEVELOPMENT:Love One Summer In Bath continues with Amelia And The Earl. Blackwood created a fine regency romance between the rich Earl and the poor spinster. Following Amelia's a delight as she discover love for the first time is a treat. Blackwood's plot, with heart-break possibly around the corner for Amelia, intrigues the reader. I could feel Amelia's pain and disillusionment. With misconceptions on both side, the reader wonders if they will ever come together. Including a villainess, Miss Fortescue, had me gritting my teeth. What a piece of work; scheming and conniving, Blackwood, created her character skillfully.Finally, in concluding my regency romance book review of Amelia And The Earl, I found a solid sweet clean romance filled with secondary characters who added depth to the story. The pace is in line with the length of book; authors can not develop a novella in the depth they can a full length novel, however Blackwood skillfully included everything needed to entertain the reader. Perfect for a lazy afternoon I would not hesitate to buy this book for my self or a friendAMELIA AND THE EARL RECOMMENDATIONS: STARS 4Conclusion: Love One Summer In BathBoth books I read in Love One Summer In Bath, are sweet clean regency romances. Each contained vivid descriptions of the regency era with well-developed characters and plotting. I would love to read a more in-depth continuation of these stories and the characters lives from this point. As a result, I would not hesitate to recommend this collection, Love One Summer In Bath, to anyone who enjoys a good regency romance book.FINALLY PLEASE NOTE:I borrowed this book collection from Kindle Unlimited and chose to voluntarily review this romance book. Furthermore, book reviews of any novel are dependent on the book/novel review author’s opinion. Consequently, all book/novel reviews on-line and on my blog, are my opinions. No one influenced my voluntary romance book reviews for Love One Summer In Bath.

  • Lesley
    2019-05-03 20:26

    All books short, sweet and clean.Enchanting the Duke by Arietta Richmond 2*This book whilst sweet, has little storyline and no depth. Young girl is infatuated; the man's true character is revealed to her; girl then falls for man 25 years her senior. Was more suited to a short story, 2-3 chapters long. Padded out with a dying father and the introduction of "The Hounds" and their spymaster.The Duke and the Lady's Maid by Catherine Windsor 4.5*A lovely story about a girl whose uncle deliberately disinherits her, though it's unclear exactly how the fraud is proved.Hope for Charity by Isabella Thorne 3*For a short story there were too many references to people not in the story (maybe the first in the series should have been used in this compilation). Having said that, it was a quick read that held my interest.Summer with the Duke by Katherine Keats  4*A Duke falling in love and marrying a shop girl! Totally unrealistic but enjoyable twaddle.The Duke's First Love by Kelly Anne Bruce 5*A young girl's heartbreak when the man she loves suddenly avoids her is eventually explained. Really liked this story.The Duke's Scandalous Scholar by Alyce Healey 4*A Duke recovering from grief, a magician and an inquisitive girl. Fun read.The Governess and the Scandalous Duke by Regina Darcy 5*Yet another story of a girl abused by her family who ends up marrying a Duke.Amelia and the Earl by Gemma Blackwood 4*A young woman rescues an Earl's sister and is drawn into the upper reaches of Bath society. Quick light read.The previews of other stories is annoying and distracting.I received a complimentary copy of this boxset from one of the authors. I was not compensated for my review, and I was not required to write a positive review. The opinion expressed here is my own.

  • Cheryl
    2019-05-11 16:01

    An engaging read of eight novellas. They are all connected by the fact that it all happens in Bath. Having spent a good amount of time in Bath, it was interesting to read about the different venues where the action was taking place. There are a good mix of stories and all entertaining. Just one little niggle, although most of the stories had an epilogue, I wished that they all did. These stories are just right for when you have a limited time to read. They are also a bargain price for 8 stories. I received a pre-release copy of this book and this is my honest review which I have voluntarily given.

  • Debra
    2019-04-28 16:14

    A beautifully put together collection of sweet recency romances all taking place in Bath. All of the authors are wonderful writers. These stories will make you laugh, cry and sigh to yourself as you read each one. There's plenty of adventure and some intrigue. And of coarse, each has it's own happily ever after. This is a book you just have to read for hours of Pleasure and romance. I loved each and every story.

  • Teri Donaldson
    2019-04-26 23:20

    I thoroughly enjoyed this collection. Each story was a sweet Regency romance. I loved that each story took place in Bath, a place that fascinates me. These are feel good romances where the heroines are adorable and the heroes are charming. It was fun reading more about the authors at the end of each story. Some of the authors were new to me and I have added them to my TBR list.I received an ARC of this delightful book. The choice to read and review it was all mine.

  • Katina Fragakis
    2019-05-14 18:06

    Sweet romance indigestion from devouring too quickly!By the time I read the entire book, I couldn't keep the stories straight.I felt as if I were wrapped in cotton candy. I did enjoy the stories, but advise you to read only one at a sitting. A nice diversion.

  • Ann Morrill
    2019-04-29 20:15

    Georgette Heyer it ain'tHighly unlikely, sickly sweet and not a patch on the mistress of the genre. I struggled through 2 books of uninspiring twaddle (just to be fair) but I don't think I'll bother with any more.

  • Terry Reed
    2019-05-23 22:16

    GoodGood stories of love romance confusion intrigued mystery. Too many short ones in between. Kind of hot confusing but full stories were good

  • Eunice Robertson
    2019-05-22 17:20

    Regency Romance bundle. Good bundle to have on hand with a few hours to spare. Well worth the time spent reading. (I voluntarily reviewed this free ebundle).

  • Phylis Collins
    2019-05-03 18:12

    Love, One Summer in Bath by Arietta Richmond, Isabella Thorne and friends is a great read. It is full of intrigue, fear, happiness, lots of love and understanding. Must read. My opinion. Thanks

  • Dottiebears
    2019-05-17 21:15

    One dimensional characters and the writing on the three stories I attempted was written for what seemed like a YA audience.

  • Penelope Schwertfeger
    2019-05-12 23:24

    Love,One summer in BathAnother set of quick, fun reads. Interesting stories about love and the Ton. I would recommend this grouping of books to friends who enjoy light reading.

  • Casey
    2019-04-30 21:02

    Excellent readI was particularly struck by the beautifully descriptive writing of the first book, by an author who was new to me.

  • Sandra Singleton
    2019-05-03 18:56

    https://www.amazon.com/review/RWFPJPI...