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Incognita: Fairchild Regency Romance Book 2 by [Fixsen, Jaima]
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Incognita: Fairchild Regency Romance Book 2 Kindle Edition

4.5 out of 5 stars 11 customer reviews
Book 2 of 3 in Fairchild (3 Book Series)

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Jaima Fixsen lives in Alberta, Canada with her handsome husband and clever children. Mostly, she just tries to keep up.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1041 KB
  • Print Length: 335 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00NQ44CA6
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 11 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #23,309 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Life happens. Messy, risky, unfair, heartbreaking, beautiful life happens even when not according to the acceptable manners & ways of the so called elite. In the ugly hypocrisy of the supposedly acceptable circles within the unruliness of it all and in the time of war, the author carefully picks up the threads of good hearts, humility & courage and weaves a beautiful story of those worthy few who deserve true hapiness
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If you haven't read the first book in this series, Fairchild, may I suggest you do so before you read this one because you'll be missing out on the foundation of the storyline of Incognita. Also, this review will definitely *Spoil* the first book if you decide to read on.

AAlistair is in a bit of a rage, having been embarrassed that his betrothed, Sophy Prescott, cut him out by marrying her mushroom Cit neighbor, Tom Bagshot. Yep, the handsome Alistair, admired by the ladies, was left holding his hat in hand by none less than the little bastard, Sophy. He's now an object of ridicule in the London rags and he's one unhappy man. We get to revisit the appealing Jasper, Sophy's half-brother and Alistair's cousin, as he attempts to buoy Alistair up although it obviously isn't working out because they resort to fisticuffs right in front of polite society. This was humorous.

Actually, Alistair didn't impress me as being very sensitive to Sophy in the first book so I decided to re-read it once I had read this book. I must confess to having my opinion of Alistair revised a bit after reading exactly what drives him. He's a third son, his oldest brother is making a hash of the family funds, which is affecting Alistair's portion and He. Needs. To. Marry. Money. To Alistair's credit, it's not all about the money. He just wants to be comfortable enough to be able to leave the military. He's spent ten years fighting Napoleon, he's home recuperating from a wound, and he's weary beyond belief.

Sophy was his answer, for crying out loud and now she's gone and ruined everything. He didn't want her only for the home and dowry she would have brought to the marriage.
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I heartil agree with the American reviewer Ell about Anna. I did not, could not like her. She came over as self pitying, shrewish and a slut. Oh she is beautiful so that's alright then, beauty guarantees a happy ending. I loved the character of Alistair, and am sorry that the author landed him with Anna, he deserved a better fate. Some of the secondary characters were well drawn but there wasn't enough space in the story for Lord and Lady Fairchild as well and their story didn't get the attention it deserved. And I know this is picky, but the Americanisms got to me, "go write Alistair". Write Alistair on what? write Alistair where? There were others but this is a free book and for an American to get the correct English grammar seems pretty impossible. The only one I have read recently who has succeeded is Sherwood Smith. Back to this one, I gave 5 stars for Alistair, some of the plot, some of the secondary characters but minus 2 for Anna. It is not enough to tell this reader she deserves sympathy and has reformed, I need supporting examples. Maybe in the next book just a suggestion, kill her off and provide Alistair with a nicer love interest, less Lydia Bennett, more Lizzie?
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I really liked this book. It's not dependent on steamy sex scenes. The americanisms are not nearly as egregious as some historical romances I've read. This is helped by the fact that the book has a decent plot. The author has taken the trouble to do some research on the Peninsular War as well. I did like the heroine, and thought she had a lot of persistence and resilience.
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Incognito although it says book 2 it is easily read as a stand alone story .Great story of war and romance
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A thoroughly interesting book where the handsome hero and the wounded heroine redeem each other through love. Throw in some familiar characters from book One and a most satisfying tale is the result. I look forward to reading the third in the series.
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