A Viscount's Proposal

  • Title: A Viscount's Proposal
  • Author: Melanie Dickerson
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  • Page: 321
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    About Melanie Dickerson


    1. Melanie Dickerson is a New York Times bestselling author, a two time Christy Award finalist, two time Maggie Award winner, Carol Award winner, two time winner of the Christian Retailing s Best award, and her book, The Healer s Apprentice, won the National Readers Choice Award for Best First Book She is a member of American Christian Fiction Writers ACFW and Romance Writers of America RWA Melanie earned a bachelors degree in special education of the hearing impaired from The University of Alabama and has worked as a teacher in Georgia, Tennessee, and Ukraine She lives with her husband and two children in Huntsville, Alabama.


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    1. AHHHHHHHHHHHHH Sorry, just needed to get that out of my system This may be Melanie s best book yet I certainly think it s one of her most well written books, though I miiiight still like a couple of hers better It s definitely in the top three favourites of mine Shall we get on to the review Warning much fangirling ahead innocent smile Lovely Things E V E R Y T H I N G Let me say it again I loved basically everything about this book Okay, but the characters Yessssssss Let s talk about these wond [...]

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    2. So happy I finally got to read another amazing Melanie Dickerson book I finished this book in one day and it was worth every second I spent on reading it The romance between Leorah and Edward was very well done and kept me entertained till the end Such a great read I highly recommend it.

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    3. About this book Leorah Langdon has no patience for Regency society s shallow hypocrisy and unnecessary rules, especially for women She s determined to defy convention by marrying for grand passion instead of settling for a loveless union like her parents or wedding a stuffy, pompous gentleman like Edward, the Viscount Withinghall But when a chance meeting in the countryside leads to Leorah and Withinghall being discovered in his overturned carriage alone and after dark the ensuing gossip may for [...]

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    4. A charming tale about a likable, spirited young lady and an uptight viscount who learns to overcome their prejudices about each other, meet in the middle, and fall in love It was a good clean read but still had plenty of chemistry with a great ending all the loose ends tied up in a wholly satisfying way Although the series is labeled Regency Spies of England, there is no spying in this book However, there are a few murder attempts so there is an element of danger and intrigue I have not read all [...]

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    5. I DNF books pretty fast I won t force myself to read something that isn t working This book just didn t work The writing was all telling, no showing, which really bothered me and doesn t fit in this genre Bummer too the premise sounded good.

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    6. I enjoyed this book way than book one the storyline is a probably overused favorite of mine I am so much like the main girl it is crazy and scary.There is a mature storyline in the background, but nothing in detail It is about an illegitimate child and such plot Which I am normally not a fan of but this book really did it super well Still an age warning for that though Also the Vicount s dad when he was alive and the vicount himself he had a lady friend when he was married to the Viscountess ou [...]

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    7. This story really grabbed me and would not let me go Leorah was my kind of girl she refused to comply with society s ridiculous rules for women and she was not afraid to speak up and out I just laughed and laughed when she and her friend Felicity were caught comparing Lord Withinghall to a pirate The fact that Lord Withinghall and Leorah had an immediate dislike for each other made the story so much interesting with every encounter between the two The verbal sparring was intense and I imagined [...]

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    8. A sweet regency romance that I enjoyed

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    9. Leorah Langdon a free spirited young lady who has no desire to settle for a cold, love less marriage like her parents, is waiting for a man that she will love than her horse, Buccaneer Edward Withinghall wants a demure, pious wife who will be a good hostess and support his political career Then fate intervenes, Leorah is thrown from a horse and then she and Withinghall are in a carriage accident Because they are alone, unchaperoned for hours their reputations are at stake Will she give up her f [...]

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    10. This is post originally onVivian s Book PavilionReally I m totally reading Pride and Prejudice I don t know whether I like it or not but somehow it interested me, but not impressed I remember when I first read A Spy s Devotion, I was pretty impressed, and to be honest, it s one of the best books I ve read from Melanie Dickerson During that review, I also mentioned that it s quiet similar to the setting of Pride and Prejudice, but, it wasn t similar in that way it got its own unique plot, its own [...]

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    11. I am not a Dickerson fan after reading a couple of her fairytale books I had issues with the way she writes a story I try to be fair and I love regency so I thought I would give her another try There were things I liked about this story The changing characters as they learned and grew The leading lady had spunk and a backbone and I really liked her I did finish it and wanted to know how it would wrap up and how they would end up together in the end There was a lot I didn t like tho This had a ve [...]

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    12. Fantastic read from beginning to end Edward is the perfect Austenian hero, much like the dashing and proper Mr Knightley Highly recommend this great book

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    13. Except I was hoping someday to see you standing on a ship s deck in your shirtsleeves with a cutlass between your teeth Maybe it can be arranged Go ahead and Squee you will be doing it A LOT in this book There is so much to say about this book but I do not want to give away all the twists and turns This book is a lot like Pride and Prejudice but with a passionate feel I couldn t believe how much I acted like a school girl reading this was absolutely wonderful Leorah is a strong woman with a sens [...]

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    14. This is my third book by Melanie Dickerson, and though I m willing to give her one chance, reading Felicity s story in the next installment of The Regency Spies of London, I think I won t read any by this author Perhaps it is me, but in two of the three books I read by her, the story was completely predictable this one included , and although I ve seen glowing, five star reviews, I can t give it than three Let me explain myself.In this book, we get to know about Leorah Langdon, Nicholas s sis [...]

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    15. This book was very much like a Jane Austen book avoiding scandal and all that I liked the main character, and the book did have some witty dialogue There weren t any major plot twists, but it was fun to read Like Jane Austen s books, it was a clean book, but also the main plot line was of a romantic nature Nothing wrong with that, just the spy part of the story wasn t very strong.

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    16. I m not a fan of historical fiction, but decided to give this book a try immediately reminded me of Pride and Prejudice and I couldn t stop reading it Pride and Prejudice is one of my ALL TIME favorite romances and Dickerson brilliantly writes A Viscount s Proposal JUST as Jane Austen would ve wanted to see it done Leorah is unconventional, fearless, loyal, and protective when it comes to her loved ones Yet in the two encounters she has with Lord Withinghall annoys and flusters them both before [...]

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    17. A Viscount s Proposal by Melanie Dickerson Age Range 13 Genre ChristianFavorite Quote The chief object of the Gospel is not to furnish rules for the preservation of innocence, but to hold out the means of salvation to the guilty Series Second book in the Regency Spies of London, Can be read out of order, but you get out of the characters if you read them in order Stars 3.5 5 Melanie Dickerson s books always make me happy I enjoy the simple innocent romance in all of them The banter between Nich [...]

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    18. Feisty, unconventional Leorah finds herself at odds with the uptight and outdated Viscount Withinghall until an unfortunate accident places them in a compromising situation where they have to work together to overcome a scandal Leorah reminded me of a few of my favorite Jane Austin character s Marianne Dashwood and Elizabeth Bennet With Leorah s lively disregard of foolish social s matched with an outspoken sensibility and unwavering faith, Leorah s personality gives her a vivacity that captures [...]

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    19. Oh, Melanie How you love us to write a Regency series In the second book to her Regency Spies of London series, we continue on with the Langdon family This time it s the story of Leorah, Nicholas sister, and Viscount Edward Withinghall These two do not appreciate each others differences, to be sure Their bickering and irritability are very entertaining and keep you laughing throughout.Melanie is a YA author, but her books are enjoyable by all The characters are very deep and hilarious There are [...]

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    20. A Viscount s Proposal The Regency Spies of London 2 By Melanie DickersonA Viscount s Proposal is book two in The Regency Spies of London by Melanie Dickerson Dickerson knows how to capture your heart right from the start and not let go till the end She did not disappoint The story and the characters , both were well written and easy to follow I love that the characters were well developed Leorah is a lady that has no patience for the society and their rules She knows what she wants and that is t [...]

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    21. A Viscount s Proposal, written by Melanie Dickerson, is book two in The Regency Spies of London Series I thoroughly enjoyed this book I think my favorite character is Leorah She s a wild woman especially for that day and time, but truly she s just a young lady trying to find her way in the life that she was handed She was supposed to be a lady with manners and, I suppose, rather still and uppity She just didn t have it in her to be that way, so she was her true selfat sometimes got in trouble Lo [...]

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    22. Fantastic addition to the Regency Spies of London series Many thanks to Melanie Dickerson for providing me with a copy of this book I loved seeing Nicholas and Julia again, and Leorah was delightful Edward s dynamic character development was fascinating Also, this story smacked of Jane Austen s Pride and Prejudice one of my favorite classics heightening its appeal

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    23. Melanie Dickerson s second book in the Spies of London series is one of her best yet Leorah Langdon doesn t care a wit for societies silly rules This makes her modern and relatable, yet she stays within the voice of the time period I love the romance Oh, I love the romance in this book Expertly done

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    24. You guys I can t wait to give you my thoughts on this book It will have to wait until after our live show

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    25. Reminded me of a dryer version of Pride and Prejudice.

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    26. This wasn t a bad book, but I found my enjoyment of it to be middling It really felt like all the important components of a great story were there but just weren t fleshed out enough I enjoyed the clean content and language, the lack of ow om drama, and the important message that true holiness isn t about judging others, but it s about helping others see the truth about God The transformation of both the MCs was a nice touch as they were both pretty judgy in their own ways at the beginning of th [...]

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    27. The Viscount s ProposalLeorah knows who she is and won t bow to societies s rules or hypocrisy She is a woman who knows her mind, self worth and willnot accept anything less.Viscount Edward Withinghall is stand offish, judgmental and a prude He has been deeply hurt and is over compensating His goals are lofty but are they HIS goals Leorah and Edward have absolutely nothing in common or do they Once they stop judging each other and begin listening, they find that common ground.They grow to respec [...]

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    28. I love Melanie Dickerson s fairy tales with a Christian theme I have always loved fairy tales I also love a good Regency novel Melanie Dickerson has proved she can switch genres effortlessly She does do an awesome Regency Top notch Just excellent And she adds a great mystery as well in this book I loved every minute and finished in two days Looking forward to her next book I was provided a copy of this book via Net Galley from the publisher My review is my own opinion.

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    29. I love to read Melanie Dickerson s books She has the talent in bringing her characters to life.Whether it is her retelling of fairy tales or her Regency Spies of London series You will not what to put any of the books down So, grab the book and join Leorah and Withinghall as they search for the truth of who is trying to destroy him and if the stuffy viscount can win the heart of the lady.Blessings,KarenI received this book as a gift All opinions are my ownRating 5

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    30. A spectacular read Could Dickerson s books get any better I found myself caught up in the story, unable to put it down And when it was over, I sighed in contentment.

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