The Colonial Upstart

Emily Hendrickson

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The Colonial Upstart

The Colonial Upstart THE RAVISHING REVOLUTIONARYWhen beautiful young Miss Louisa Randolph arrived at the estate of the handsome high handed Earl of Wescott the lord of the manor found he had an American revolution in hi

  • Title: The Colonial Upstart
  • Author: Emily Hendrickson
  • ISBN: 9780451164735
  • Page: 439
  • Format: Paperback
  • THE RAVISHING REVOLUTIONARYWhen beautiful young Miss Louisa Randolph arrived at the estate of the handsome, high handed Earl of Wescott, the lord of the manor found he had an American revolution in his house and on his hands.First this enticing invader mocked the foppish fashions and sacred stuffy ways of proper society Then, shockingly she began to shape the minds of thTHE RAVISHING REVOLUTIONARYWhen beautiful young Miss Louisa Randolph arrived at the estate of the handsome, high handed Earl of Wescott, the lord of the manor found he had an American revolution in his house and on his hands.First this enticing invader mocked the foppish fashions and sacred stuffy ways of proper society Then, shockingly she began to shape the minds of the earl s much younger brothers and sisters Finally she set out to teach the earl himself a lesson in manners and morals.The dashing, domineering earl decided to put Miss Randolph in her place while she decided that place should be in his heart.

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    1. Christopher on said:

      The Colonial Upstart is a bit of a mixed bag. Emily Hendrickson pulls off a genuine traditional regency with heroine who manages to be both defiant yet not too much of a Mary Sue. This is not an easy task. Yet the romance in the story was lacking. It's a very light sort of relationship, full of longing glances and love-at-first-sight without much authenticity. There's really nothing appealing about the hero's character, except for what the heroine tells us - his actions show him to be a grumpy, [...]

    2. Kris on said:

      Edit: DNF. Moved onto shinier things.To be honest, I'm not sure if I'll be able to finish this book. The heroines voice is described way too frequently, and the way her accent is spelled out is rather annoying. I read her voice in my head in Colonel Sanders-style, which probably isn't what was intended.It's really too bad that this one thing is annoying me so much, as otherwise I do like the story line and the author's voice.

    3. Lisa on said:

      I enjoyed Ms. Hendrickson's The Unexpected Wife, but was disappointed with this one.

    4. LemontreeLime on said:

      S'alright regency. The best part, for me, were the twin brothers and their mischief.

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