- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 1455 KB
- Print Length: 368 pages
- Publisher: Mills & Boon Historical (1 Mar. 2017)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01LKXFC1M
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 12 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #115,557 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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You felt for Adam and Charlotte right from the beginning and willed them to be together. I know as a romance, it was going to have a happy ending, but that didn't stop me from travelling the journey with them. No spoilers, but be ready with the tissues.
The other characters in the book were well written and I found myself disliking Henrietta right from the beginning, no doubt as intended.
I always know when I love a book by wanting to read it again in the future and this is definitely the case with this one. I can't wait to read more by Ms Tinley too - Five stars from me and a great success.
I loved it from start to finish. I won't give too much away, because they would be too many spoilers, what I will do is talk a bit about the characters.
First we have Charlotte Wyncott, she is the daughter of Colonel Sir Edward Wyncott. Charlotte was born in Portugal and her late mother is Maria, and Charlotte has come to England because Sir Edward has to go to France and help with the exile of Napoleon, and Charlotte has to stay with her Aunt and Uncle and two cousins.
Then we have Mr and Mrs Buxted. Mrs Buxted runs her house with a rod of iron and Mr Buxted generally does has his wife tells him. But he does get a back bone in the book so watch out.
Then we have Henrietta Buxted, you will find that she is very spoilt and always expects to get her own way. luckily she gets her comeuppance later in the book.
Then we have Faith Buxted (Henrietta's youngest sister). She quite and at first you think please stand up to your sister.
Then we have the, The Earl of Shalford or Adam who comes across as distant and moody. you will come to like him very much.
Then we have Captain Henry Fanton or Harry, he is the joker of the family and a great help to Adam.
Adam and Harry, have a younger sister Olivia who lives in the country with their Great Aunt Clara at Chadcombe.
Mr Foxley is the Godson to Mrs Buxted. He is someone that take a great shine to Faith.
Lady Sophia Annesley (Godmother to Adam and Aunt to Adam, Harry and Olivia). She has a connection to Sir Edward Wyncott.
Reverend Sneddon, who tries to charm Charlotte
Finally we have Mrs Eltherington and her two charming children (not), Miss Millicent Etherington who tries to charm Adam the The Earl of Shalford and Mr Hubert Etherington who only thinks of his clothes more than people.
As I've already said I loved it and I would give this 5/5 stars.
Miss Charlotte Wyncroft has always had a yearning to live in her native country. Having grown up in Vienna with her father, Charlotte is delighted when her Papa arranges for her to stay with her relations, the Buxteds, while he is in France. Although unlimited patience is required with her social-climbing aunt and her highly-strung cousin Henrietta, Charlotte is enjoying her stay in England. However, what Charlotte hadn’t counted on was on finding herself attracted to the one man she should not fall in love with: Adam, the Earl of Shalford….
The burdens of responsibility lie heavily on Adam’s shoulders. He needs money -and lots of it – to turn the fortunes of his estate around and make the Shalford estate a profitable and successful enterprise. In order to achieve this end, he must make a suitable marriage and marry a bride with a handsome dowry. His head is telling him to secure the hand of Henrietta Buxted, a spoilt and overindulged young lady, however, Adam’s heart is intrigued by Henrietta’s beautiful but penniless cousin, Charlotte.
Charlotte initially found the Earl of Shalford to be arrogant, aggravating and boorish, but the more time she spends with him, the more she realises that first appearances can be rather deceptive. Falling in love with the man her cousin is intent on marrying was definitely not something that Charlotte was planning, but when a stolen kiss unleashes feelings deep within her she had never experienced before, she finds herself wondering whether she can bear to spend the rest of her life knowing that she can never have the one man she has given her heart to.
Will Adam sacrifice his heart’s desire for the sake of duty? Is Charlotte going to get the happy ever after she’s been dreaming about? Or is their love simply not meant to be?
Waltzing with the Earl is historical romance at its dazzling best! Catherine Tinley writes with such verve, flair and brio readers are immediately swept away by her story, back to the nineteenth century, where they are immediately charmed by quick-witted and resourceful Charlotte, captivated by the brooding and honourable Earl of Shalford and simply delighted by the beguiling blend of tender romance, powerful drama and searing emotional intensity that make Waltzing with the Earl such a keeper!
Catherine Tinley is an amazing storyteller who knows Regency England well and she brings the nineteenth century to glorious and colourful life with effortless ease and style. The descriptions of the clothes, houses, food, high society functions and mores of the time are so evocatively described that the reader feels as if she is living the story alongside the characters and not just reading it!
A first class debut novel from a writer with a very bright future ahead of her, Waltzing with the Earl is an outstanding Regency romance readers cannot afford to miss!
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