A Fallen Lady

A Fallen Lady [PDF / Epub] ☉ A Fallen Lady Author Elizabeth Kingston – Petrasrobert.eu Six Years Ago, To The Outrage Of Her Family And The Delight Of London Gossips, Lady Helen Dehaven Refused To Marry The Man To Whom She Was Betrothed Even Shockingly, Her Refusal Came On The Heels Of Her Scandalous Behavior She And Her Betrothed Were Caught In A Most Compromising Position Leaving Her Reputation In Tatters And Her Motivations A Mystery, Helen Withdrew To A Simple Life In A Little Village Among Friends, Where Her Secrets Remained Hers Alone For Reasons Of His Own, Stephen Hampton, Lord Summerdale, Is Determined To Learn The Truth Behind The Tangled Tale Of Helen S Ruin There Is Nothing He Abhors So Much As Scandal Nothing He Prizes So Well As Discretion And So He Is Shocked To Find, When He Tracks Helen Down, That He Cannot But Admire Her Against All Expectations, He Finds Himself Forgiving Her Scandalous History In Favor Of Only Being Near Her But The Bitter Past Will Not Relinquish Helen S Heart So Easily How Can She Trust A Man So Steeped In The Culture Of High Society, Who Conceals So Much And How Can He, So Devoted To The Appearance Of Propriety, Ever Love A Fallen Lady

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[PDF / Epub] ☉ A Fallen Lady  Author Elizabeth Kingston – Petrasrobert.eu
  • Kindle Edition
  • 364 pages
  • A Fallen Lady
  • Elizabeth Kingston
  • English
  • 20 December 2018

10 thoughts on “A Fallen Lady

  1. says:

    4.5I read the Spanish version of this novel therefore my review will be in Spanish Esta es una novela rom ntica que toma lugar en el Reino Unido durante el per odo de Regencia, alrededor de los a os 1800 Nuestra protagonista es Helen Dehaven la cu l ha decidido mudarse a un pueblito debido a que su reputaci n fue arruinada por un evento que ocurri hace seis a os en Londres Como era costumbre durante esos tiempos, despu s que la reputaci n de una mujer ha sido arruinada se le hace muy difici 4.5I read the Spanish version of this novel therefore my review will be in Spanish Esta es una novela rom ntica que toma lugar en el Reino Unido...

  2. says:

    Edito para a adir que despu s de consultar a lectores mexicanos y de otros pa ses de Latinoam rica, sigo pensando lo mismo Aunque justo es decir, que tras una conversaci n con la autora, al final s me he sentido escuchada DNF porque la traducci n es terrible, le iba a poner una estrella porque creo que es lo que merece una traducci n tan literal que hace el libro entre incomprensible, raro y aburrido, pero como nunca lo hago con el DNF me limitar a dar mi opini n.Varias lectoras espa ola Edito para a adir que despu s de consultar a lectores mexicanos y de otros pa ses de Latinoam rica, sigo pensando lo mismo Aunque justo es decir, que tras una conversaci n con la autora, al final s me he sentido escuchada DNF porque la traducci n es terrible, le iba a poner una estrella porque creo que es lo que merece una traducci n tan literal que hace el libro entre incomprensible, raro y aburrido, pero co...

  3. says:

    Review written July 4, 20173.8 Stars A good one but not as great as Kingston s newer medieval A Fallen Lady is a earlier written HR from Elizabeth Kingston A author who already impressed me when with her great two medieval year 12xxWelsh Bladeshistoricals An author who gives you characters with strong feelings and...

  4. says:

    3.5 stars Helen, named for the face that launched a thousand ships, only to be left shipwreckedThe story starts slow, very very slow, but picks up steam half way through with escalated tension and unveiling of secrets upon secrets.Six years ago 17 year old Lady Helen Dehaven became a fallen woman It would have been a trifling thing, that she had given her virtue to her betrothed before they were wed, but her true sin was that she had then refused to marry Henley her fianc.With her reputati 3.5 stars Helen, named for the face that launched a thousand ships, only to be left shipwreckedThe story starts slow, very very slow, but picks up steam half way through with escalated tension and unveiling of secrets upon secrets.Six years ago 17 year old Lady Helen Dehaven became a fallen woman It would have been a trifling thing, that she had given her virtue to her betrothed before they were wed, but her true sin was that she had then refused to marry Henley her fianc.With her reputation in tatters Helen removed herself from society to the country house she had inherited from her grandmother When her brother, her only remaining family, came home to England and demanded an explanation for her rush and foolish like decision, he got what he deemed wild stories Alienated from a very disapproving brother and society at large, Helen settles to a quiet life in a small village where her secrets are safe, where she finds friends and relative peace But six years later ...

  5. says:

    I ve given this a B at AAR, so 4.5 stars.This second book from new author Elizabeth Kingston is miles away both chronologically and geographically from her first one The King s Man which was set in medieval Wales A Fallen Lady is a Regency set in a quiet English village, and I am pleased to say that Ms Kingston is as much at home with the social conventions of the early nineteenth century as she was with the brutal, turbulent times of the thirteenth century.Six years earlier, Lady Helen I ve given this a B at AAR, so 4.5 stars.This second book from new author Elizabeth Kingston is miles away both chronologically and geographically from her first one The King s Man which was set in medieval Wales A Fallen Lady is ...

  6. says:

    I ve given this an A for narration duh and an A for content at AudioGals.In A Fallen Lady, Elizabeth Kingston and Nicholas Boulton leave the political intrigue and the rolling hills and valleys of medieval Wales behind them and head East and a few centuries into the future to end up in Regency era Herefordshire for this story of a young woman who refused to endure the censure of society and her family and left both of them behind her in order to carve out a new life for herself.Six years I ve given this an A for narration duh and an A for content at AudioGals.In A Fallen Lady, Elizabeth Kingston and Nichola...

  7. says:

    I just read on Elizabeth Kingston s website that this was actually her first book, written in 2002 and put away for years before she brought it back out for polishing and publication All I can say, in that case, is that she s been an excellent writer for a long time, even if we readers are only just discovering her with this book and the first one she published, The King s Man.The heroine of A Fallen Lady, Lady Helen Dehaven, broke off her engagement six years before the story begins, under cir I just read on Elizabeth Kingston s website that this was actually her first book, written in 2002 and put away for years before she brought it back out for polishing and publication All I can say, in that case, is that she s been an excellent writer for a long time, even if we readers are only just discovering her with this book and the first one she published, The King s Man.The heroine of A Fallen Lady, Lady Helen Dehaven, broke off her engagement six years before the story begins, under circumstances that have branded her, in the oh so kind judgment of Regency England, as ruined She lives hidden away in a small village, with a few good friends nearby, but far from the aristocratic society in which she grew up She is estranged from her only remaining family, her brother Alex, so when Stephen Hampton, Lord Summerdale, arrives in the village in search of her and claiming to be an emissary from Alex, Helen is sus...

  8. says:

    Qued con las emociones a flor de piel Una mujer con un trauma del pasado, muchos secretos, cosas no dichas puede el amor superar las peores cosas puede un alma profundamente herida poder tener una vida normal o tener una percepci n clara de la realidad Sinceramente, me gust mucho esta historia a pesar de que tiene cosas por las que he criticado mucho a otras novelas.Por ej, cuando los problemas se generan por cosas no dichas Pero en este caso es comprensible Por lo menos para m.Se ha h Qued con las emociones a flor de piel Una mujer con un trauma del pasado, muchos secretos, cosas no dichas puede el amor superar las peores cosas puede un alma profundamente herida poder tener una vida normal o tener una percepci n clara...

  9. says:

    I ve only recently discovered this author and the two medieval books she wrote, I just loved This one is set in Regency period and while the plot was slow moving, I thought the story revolved mostly around the developing characters and their growing relationship I believe the complexity of the characters and trust me, both characters had a lot of issues that only with time would be resolved and their growing romance are as much of a plot as the real reason behind their meeting and the heroi I ve only recently discovered this author and the two medieval books she wrote, I just loved This one is set in Regency period and while the plot was slow moving, I thought the story revolved mostly around the developing characters and their growing relationship I believe the complexity of the characters and trust me, both characters had a lot of issues that only with time would be resolved and their growing romance are as much of a plot as the real reason behind their meeting and the heroine s past.Our hero Stephen is sharp, intuitive and funny while the heroine Helen, is strong, witty and vulnerable No wonder Stephen was taken with her, despite her reputation.The story not just starts slow, but it moves at a sedate pace throughout and to some this might be an obstacle To me, I rather thought it was a conscious decision on the part of the author I believe that if this story was given a fast pace, we would have lost the point ...

  10. says:

    3.5 Not badnot great either Just slightly above average read for me Enjoyed author s other book The King s Man muchI liked the hero Stephen but I thought the premise of him being some kind of confidence man that everyone told their secrets to was somewhat odd Of course, the story was built around that premise with him trying to unlock Helen s secrets and falling for her while doing so Helen was harder for me to like because she was so prickly at times Still, I do like this author 3.5 Not badnot great either Just slightly above average read for me Enjoyed author s other book The King s Man muchI liked the hero Stephen but I thought the premise of him being some kind of confiden...

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