The Vicar's Daughter {Pdf} Author Deborah Simmons


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    35 stars read for the 2018 TBR Challenge prompt Kickin' it old skoolFor my ‘old skool’ read I chose a Harleuin Historical from 1995 the first in Deborah Simmons’ Regency uartet  The Vicar’s Daughter is o

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    The Vicar's Daughter is the story of Charlotte and MaxA tale of instant attraction and blooming love we have the haughty Earl of Wycliffe Max who takes one look at his vicar's gorgeous and curvaceous daughter and is completely bowled over in the small Sussex countryside He soon ends up sponsoring her London season falling

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    This is my first book by Deborah Simmons and I must count myself a big fan of hers already The plot of The Vicar's Daughter is not an entirel

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    This novel may not appeal to all romance lovers but I just LOVED it It was a happy read type of novel It was so romantic and sweet There was

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    Great story about a H with rigid schedules and rules charmed by a vicars daughter and her family I love this story He tried to hard to find her a husband but he was the perfect one for her I loved her family and how they thawed his

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    Let me start out by sayingI love Deborah Simmons She has penned some of my favorite stories The Devil Earl and Taming the Wolf but she has also penned some average at best reads Unfortunately for methis was one of the latter reads My biggest i

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    This one didn't reinvent the wheel as far as storylines go but I liked the execution because I love a heroine who can shake an unshakeable hero The controlled rigid hero's life is turned upside down when he visits the heroine's father and her

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    Although I own several Simmons' books I haven't gotten around to reading them all This one I have read several times I love the humor in TVD as well as the fact that it's part of a seriesThe Heroine doesn't really seem like a Vicar's daughter and the hero has to keep reminding himself that she truly is There is also a villain who shows up

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    CharmingLoved it Feel good romance with some adventure I loved the hH and their relationship While the plot is not overly uniue Simmons does a good job of adding uniue situations and characters Charlotte is relatable sweet and adorable Max was an interesting character and absolutely smitten with Charlotte from the first meeting O

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    Oh historical romance that wonderful world of a genre where they don't slacken on the fairy tale scrapes but tighten it to a degree to make our toes curl How can modern day romances compare with its modern standards of hor

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The Vicar's Daughter

T to make her debutin the Tonand he's assigned to chaperon herMax must ensure tempting Charlotte Trowbridge finds a suitable husband in her firstSeason But when several men begin. Let me start out by sayingI love Deborah Simmons She has penned some of my favorite stories The Devil Earl and Taming the Wolf but she has also penned some average at best reads Unfortunately for methis was one of the latter reads My biggest issue with this book was Charlotte She was the Vicar s daughter for heaven s sake and she did NOT act the part I like heroines who are beautiful and either don t know it or don t dwell on it if they DO know it Charlotte seemed preoccupied with her looks There are times in this book when she makes comments like I wish I would have been born ugly and Being beautiful is certainly tiresomeYuck I disliked her vanity and her spoiled selfish motivations She also had very loose morals and it was hard to stomach that the vicar s daughter would ve acted in such ways Maximilian the Earl of Wycliffe was an awesome speciman of a man He was the only saving grace this book had He was an uptight scheduled control freak who was literally knocked on his feet by the vicar s daughter I loved how Charlotte kept him off balance and pushed him to actions that were completely unlike him I love my heroes unsettled by the women they love and this man was CERTAINLY unsettled If only I would ve felt that Charlotte was deserving of him Off-side in her firstSeason But when several men begin. Let me start out by sayingI love Deborah Simmons She has penned some of my favorite stories The Devil Earl and Taming the Wolf but she has also penned some average at best reads Unfortunately for methis was one of the latter reads My biggest Enséñame más it or don t dwell on Wonder (The Books of Marvella, it Chicago Billionaires - Contemporary Romance Series Boxed Set if they DO know The Valhalla Prophecy (Nina Wilde & Eddie Chase it Charlotte seemed preoccupied with her looks There are times The Tunnel in this book when she makes comments like I wish I would have been born ugly and Being beautiful Secretos del Cosmos is certainly tiresomeYuck I disliked her vanity and her spoiled selfish motivations She also had very loose morals and The Secret Treasons it was hard to stomach that the vicar s daughter would ve acted مريض الوهم in such ways Maximilian the Earl of Wycliffe was an awesome speciman of a man He was the only saving grace this book had He was an uptight scheduled control freak who was literally knocked on his feet by the vicar s daughter I loved how Charlotte kept him off balance and pushed him to actions that were completely unlike him I love my heroes unsettled by the women they love and this man was CERTAINLY unsettled If only I would ve felt that Charlotte was deserving of him

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To compete for the debutante's hand the usuallylevel headed Max realises he might not want to let her go A charming Regency story by Deborah Simmons originally published in 1995. This one didn t reinvent the wheel as far as storylines go but I liked the execution because I love a heroine who can shake an unshakeable hero The controlled rigid hero s life is turned upside down when he visits the heroine s father and her family He finds himself breaking appointments doing things he normally wouldn t do and finally giving into the inevitable Entertaining

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The Earl meets his matchThe Earl of Wycliffe is in store for a surprise when he buys a new estate The vicar'sdaughter who lives on his land is a curvaceous green eyed beauty abou. 35 stars read for the 2018 TBR Challenge prompt Kickin it old skoolFor my old skool read I chose a Harleuin Historical from 1995 the first in Deborah Simmons Regency uartet The Vicar s Daughter is one of those stuffed shirt meets wild child romances although the heroine isn t really a wild child as such and while it s fairly predictable it s a light hearted fun read and the two central characters are well drawn and endearing Maximillian Fortescue Earl of Wycliffe has just inherited Casterleigh near the village of Upper Bidwell in Sussex and is about to pay a half hour a suitable length of time for this sort of thing courtesy call on the local vicar Arrived at the vicarage Wycliffe a tightly controlled and rather staid young man is confronted by a passel of noisy boisterous children and when ushered into the parlour is arrested by the sight of the lush backside of a young woman who is peering under the sofa Wycliffe s impressions of her lusciousness are bolstered when she finally gets up clutching a pair of kittens the vicar s daughter is stunningly beautiful and Wycliffe who isn t normally one to languish over a woman s charms is pretty much smitten from the get go In fact he s so smitten that he fails to adhere to his self imposed schedule and ends up staying for the family dinner which is full of chatter and laughter and like nothing he s ever experienced He can hardly take his eyes off the lovely Charlotte yes but he s also amazed at the ease with which father and siblings interact with each other and with the way he s been so uickly and easily accepted by themDuring the visit Wycliffe learns that Charlotte is soon to depart for London where she is to take part in the Season under the auspices of an elderly cousin with the intention of finding a husband Wycliffe is surprised to find he doesn t like this idea at all but tells himself not to be ridiculous and offers to look in on her in London so that he can reassure her father that all is going wellNaturally Wycliffe s role as self appointed guardian and defender of Charlotte s honour sees him running off all her potential suitors even as he is stubbornly denying his own attraction to her and reminding himself that a man of his station cannot possibly marry the daughter of a mere country vicarCharlotte might be fresh out of the schoolroom but she s no simpering miss she s unaffected intelligent and good natured with a good sense of humour and is well aware that making an advantageous marriage is important for her entire family she has seven brothers and sisters and not just herself The trouble is that she s also aware that most men are attracted only to her looks and aren t likely to offer the sort of affection and companionship she longs for in her marriage Even though she knows that a man of Wycliffe s station can t possibly marry her she can t help wishing and she can t help loving him and wanting to show him the sort of love and affection she s come to realise he s never had in his lifeOne of the best things about this type of story is watching the starchy strictly disciplined hero gradually abandon all his routines as he falls for the heroine usually without realising it Wycliffe is widely known for being cold unemotional and the sort of man you could set your watch by even his visits to his former mistress were on a regular pre arranged schedule Yet from the moment he sets eyes on Charlotte he starts to deviate from his routine to the horror of his secretary and the amusement of Raleigh Wycliffe s best friend and hero of The Last RogueThe Last Rogue the fourth and best book in this seriesFor all the story s predictability the romance is well done the chemistry between Wycliffe and Charlotte crackles nicely and there are a few steamy love scenes along the way But a real bum note is struck near the end when a seemingly harmless suitor of Charlotte s turns out to be a drug crazed madman and attempts to carry her off twice in the last chapter or two I could have forgiven a bit of tacked on drama once but twice was taking it too far and it was incredibly jarringOverall though The Vicar s Daughter proved to be an enjoyable low angst read and while it s not going onto my keeper shelf it was nonetheless entertaining If you re looking for an undemanding upbeat historical that radiates warmth and gentle humour you might consider checking it out

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About the Author: Deborah Simmons

Deborah Simmons is the author of twenty five historical romances and novellas published by Avon Berkley and HarleuinA native midwesterner Simmons graduated cum laude from Wittenberg University and was a journalist before turning to fiction Her first book Heart's Masuerade was published by Avon in 1989 and was followed by a number of Harleuin Historicals including a USA Today Bestsellin