Lady Bellings Secret (The Secret Series, #1)

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  • Paperback
  • 250 pages
  • Lady Bellings Secret (The Secret Series, #1)
  • Amylynn Bright
  • 05 June 2017

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Lady Bellings Secret (The Secret Series, #1) Lady Francesca Bellings has been madly in love with her older brother s best friend for as long as she can remember and, of course, the object of her affection never considered her much than an annoyance in braids But while Thomas Wallingham was off fighting Napoleon, she grew up Now her life is moving along in all the expected directions of a well bred lady of the ton, but a chance encounter with her first love throws everything into turmoil From a young age, Thomas Wallingham escapes the crushing apathy of his own parents by spending as much time as possible with his best friend s family In order to avoid a messy scandal, he enlists in service of the Crown, disappointing his adopted family by going off to war When he unexpectedly inherits a title, the new Earl of Harrington returns to London desperately hoping five years of estrangement can be forgiven All his plans are cast asunder when he rediscovers Francesca Thomas finds that he can think of little else than the willowy flame haired beauty After a heated encounter and giddy with romantic feelings, Thomas plans to ask for her hand in marriage but is devastated when a nearly hysterical Francesca tells him she is already engaged to be wed to the Marquess of Dalton in less than two weeks Loving him than she ever thought possible, Francesca is terrified of repeating a scandal that nearly destroyed her family But if she thinks that Thomas is going to go away quietly, she is sadly mistaken Endeavoring to be in her presence as much as possible, Thomas chips away at her resolve to honor her family and her commitments, and they find it nearly impossible to keep their hands off each other even as her wedding date draws devastatingly nearer.The problem of a fianc who won t disappear is compounded by the discouraging fact that Thomas comes to discover the man is not the evil, lecherous brute he d imagined, rather a great fellow he comes to genuinely like and respect But just as soon as Thomas can finally see a clear path to all he desires, the wrath of his best friend, Francesca s brother, crashes down on them As the date of the wedding draws menacingly closer, it s only by the machinations of unexpected parties that clear the way for Thomas and Francesca to be together But even then, it will only work if Thomas can overcome the diminished self worth beaten into him by his father, and Francesca can accept the actions of a man who loves her even if he can t say the words. Best Download Lady Bellings Secret (The Secret Series, #1) [ author ] Amylynn Bright [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – johndore.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “Lady Bellings Secret (The Secret Series, #1)

  1. Caroline says:

    There s so much to like about this book gorgeous cover, enticing title who doesn t want in on a secret , a wonderfully written cast of characters, and sparkling dialogue laced with the author s fabulous sense of humor I enjoyed Lady Belling s Secret ju...

  2. Amanda L. Gordon says:

    If you like your historicals with that elusive mixture of sexy and sassy, you will find it in Lady Belling s Secret It s got something for everyone smoldering scenes between the hero and heroine, snappy dialogue, secondary characters who are engaging but not necessarily scene stealers , and a predicament that you have to read through to the end in order to see how it all works out A fabulous, fun read that leaves you with that feel good, dorky grin at the end and makes you want to see what If you like your historicals with that elusive mixture of sexy and sassy, you will find it in Lady Belling s Secret It s got something for everyone smoldering scenes between the hero and heroine, snappy dialogue, secondary characters who are engaging but not necessarily scene stealers , and a predicament that you have to read through to the end in order t...

  3. Samantha says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Lady Belling s Secret is set in the days of Earls and Lords In this book two childhood friends, Francesca and Thomas, are reunited after five long years of Thomas being away at war One thing that I didn t like was the fact that Francesca all but ran into his bed the moment he got back If someone had gone away for five years, you were engaged to someone else, and this person...

  4. Sabrina Devonshire says:

    Francesca is engaged to marry Dalton when Thomas, the man she s loved since childhood returns from the warI m a sucker for fast moving suspenseful reads Now that I ve confessed my reader bias, I ll say that despite the fact that this regency romance didn t deliver a big time adrenaline rush, I thoroughly enjoyed it once it got rolling Spoiler alert The conflict dialogue between Christian and Thomas and Thomas and Dalton were fabulous These scenes came across as authentic and highly entert Francesca is engaged to marry Dalton when Thomas, the man she s loved since childhood returns from the warI m a sucker for fast moving suspenseful reads Now that I ve confessed my reader bias, I ll say that despite the fact that this regency romance didn t deliver a big time adr...

  5. Collette Cameron says:

    Honestly, it was Ms Bright s humor that snared me.She created delightfully flawed characters I adored Thomas and Frankie Even the secondary characters, right down to Thomas s butler and the dogs were truly likable.So, there were a few historical inaccuracies They certainly didn t detract from the clever dialogue, the hysterical introspection, or a beautifully crafted story I found it to be a romping good romance I also enjoy a heroine who is vulnerable and is torn That s real life.Lady B Honestly, it was Ms Bright s humor that snared me.She created delightfully flawed characters I adored Thomas and Frankie Even the secondary characters, right down to Thomas s butler and the dogs were truly likable.So, there were a few historical inaccuracies They certainly didn t detract from the clever dialogue, the hysterical introspection, or a beautifull...

  6. Dana says:

    Extremely rare that I find a book that has me suspended and rereading parts just for the visuals Truly some well written moments with such clarity of characters Men, if you truly do wonder what a woman expects, needs, wants, and longs for, then truly...

  7. Doreen says:

    Amylynn Bright s writing reminds me of an early Julia Quinn She has the same light, humorous touch A littlematuring and she will be a great writer.The reason though that I couldn t award the fifth star is because of the odd historical mistake, and the most egregious is right in the title ...

  8. Mary says:

    This book grabs the reader from the first paragraph and never disappoints Fantastic characters, clever dialogue sparkles with humor.

  9. Jessica Doll says:

    This book so Amazing that I can t wait to read The Sea Rose I love Ms Bright s book.

  10. Natasha says:

    Let me start by pointing out the title of this book should have been Lady Francesca s Secret As the unmarried daughter of a duke, our heroine would have been addressed as Lady Francesca, not Lady Belling This hero and heroine was a couple I couldn t warm up to Lady Francesca was apparently allowed to roam London without a lady s maid or companion She needed a lotsupervision, because clearly, she couldn t be trusted to make smart decisions Our hero was far from honorable Who has sex t Let me start by pointing out the title of this book should have been Lady Francesca s Secret As the unmarried daughter of a duke, our heroine would have been addressed as Lady Francesca, not Lady Belling This he...