Something Like A Lady

Something Like A Lady There are worse things than hiding in a derelict old cottage battling field mice and sucking on one s last lemon Or so Lady Annabella Price firmly believes For example spending the Season in London

  • Title: Something Like A Lady
  • Author: Kay Springsteen KimBowman
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  • Page: 482
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  • There are worse things than hiding in a derelict old cottage, battling field mice, and sucking on one s last lemon Or so Lady Annabella Price firmly believes For example, spending the Season in London with her stepbrother and husband hunting, as her mother has ordered Instead, Annabella sends her maid in her place and exults in her questionable triumph until the insuThere are worse things than hiding in a derelict old cottage, battling field mice, and sucking on one s last lemon Or so Lady Annabella Price firmly believes For example, spending the Season in London with her stepbrother and husband hunting, as her mother has ordered Instead, Annabella sends her maid in her place and exults in her questionable triumph until the insufferable Lord Seabrook shows up.It seems like a simple favor for a friend, something to distract him from his need to find an acceptable wife Jonathan Durham, Fourth Earl of Seabrook, travels to Haselmere to find the duke s stepsister and make certain no harm has befallen her But Annabella is no damsel in distress She s a willful, spirited lady, and the impetuous beauty intrigues Seabrook When they re caught in a compromising position and forced into a hurried marriage, Seabrook sees it as the perfect answer to both their problems But how can he convince his unwilling bride to give their marriage a chance when she s determined to have it dissolved

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    1. Something Like a Lady by Kay Springsteen & Kim Bowman is a wonderfully humorous read. This was one of those books where everyone is house kept looking at me while I was reading it because I was laughing out loud. If you enjoy a good historical romance with a lot of humor thrown in this is a must read. Lady Annabella Price is full of spunk, humor, and mischief. I loved Annabella from the beginning. She has no problem saying exactly what she is thinking and sometimes what she is thinking maybe [...]


    2. I had such a wonderful time reading this book. I laughed and had fun. Made me want to learn how to shoot a bow and arror. I loved Jonathan's grandma. She tells it like it is and you better watch out or she will take a gun after you. Don't even mess with her cats. Once she likes you she will have you doing all kinds of things.Lady Annabelle really loved her father and never realized what was going on between her parents. When she gets older her mom wants her to go to London and find a husband but [...]


    3. What can I say, I am a sucker for an historical romance and in this book it did not disappoint me. I loved it. Annabella is an independent young girl who seems to create all kinds of excitement. Even though all she wants to do is stay as far away from a marriage proposal and London. She seems to manage the latter but falls straight into the first without even realizing it, but not without a fight. This book is filled with such spirited characters that seem to make the story come alive. I have to [...]


    4. Something like a Lady is a rollercoaster of a story. Whilst you are genuinely sure it will all work out in the end for the couple, Annabella and Jon, you just can’t quite work out how they are going to get there. The book is a real page-turner that draws you into the fascinating love story of this couple whom fate seems to have pulled together, despite each of their best efforts to avoid marriage. In fact, you can’t help but fall in love with the pair yourself:Annabella, who is headstrong, d [...]


    5. Something Like a Lady is the second book in Springsteen and Bowman's Like a Lady Series, and serves as a companion novel to last year's A Lot Like a Lady. The stories are concurrent, rather than sequential — an approach I very much enjoyed. And it makes perfect sense, too, since the heroines of these books are indeed companions, if curious ones — one is the disobedient daughter of a baronet and the other her mild-mannered maid. You certainly don't need to read the first book to find pleasure [...]


    6. It was OK at the beginning and seeming like a generic 3-star regency romance then it got real bad real fast.Then the hero allowed the heroine to believe that he took advantage of her while she was drunk (which is rape) for a majority of the story. The heroine then just goes along with the marriage instead of running for her family (which is what you do when you think you might have gotten raped)Then after that the hero does a multitude of borderline abusive acts that the heroine just throws a ta [...]


    7. In this second book, we find Lady Annabella hiding out in one of the cottages at the Wyndham Estate. Her Mother wants her to marry a London gentleman or Vicar . but Lady Annabella refuses to go to London and has sent her maid Juliet in her place. Her step brother realizes that Juliet is an imposter so he sends the Earl of Seabrook-Jonathan Durham to the Wyndham Estate to look for Lady Annabella. This book is a little racier then I normally read, so if your looking for a clean read, just know tha [...]


    8. Something Like a Lady by Kay Springsteen and Kim Bowman is a well-written regency period novel. I loved the passion with which Lady Annabella approaches life, and all the scrapes she seems to get herself in to, and how everyone is willing to help her get out of them. Such a genuine character. Lord Seabrook, well, he's a man--what more is there to say. :)***I received this book from the publisher for the purpose of review. The above is my honest opinion.***




    9. Almost gave up once about 70% through, a lot of miscommunication. Not as good as the first bookA: I've discovered I can't abide heroines that throw things. Especially in historical novels. I mean I know in their timeline they aren't usually antiques, but I just cringe.


    10. Reviewed by JulieBook provided by the publisherOriginally posted at Romancing the BookThis may be the best historical romance I have read in a long while. In fact, I kind of have a little bit of a book hangover.Annabella lived in the shadows of her parents very unhappy marriage. She vividly recalls conversations with her father as a child when he sadly explained to her why he traveled so often. Now, with her mother making threats to marry her off to the local minister if she does not travel to L [...]


    11. I enjoyed this book slightly less than the first one, Something like a lady, mostly because Annabella's temper and Seabrook's high-handedness tended to annoy me. Like the first book, it is not terribly well structured, and most importantly, there are historical details about the ways of the nobility and especially rules of succession, titles, and forms of address, that do not quite fit. For instance, a second son somehow is an Earl while his brother and father are both alive. Seabrook repeatedly [...]


    12. I found Annabella quite unlikeable for 2/3 of the book. then after the marriage and removal to Coventry, I began to dislike Lord Jon Seabrook. both were kind of dense and thickheaded. A grandmother shooting arrows and climbing hills. Her character was unbelievable since she was introduced and described as imbalanced during the dinner with cats--then the rest of the story was wise and shrewd. The story did not captivate me once I realized both characters were stuck on stupid. not much romance eit [...]


    13. I liked this second book much more than the first, which totally surprised me. Annabella is about as unlikable a heroine as you can imagine, but she really grew on me as the book progressed. Jon was more rake than gentleman, but I found myself really rooting for the two of them and their love story. And Gran was hilarious! I laughed quite a bit whenever she graced the page.


    14. This is a well-written story with an interesting plot. The descriptions of country life in 19th century England flow smoothly and vividly across the page.Read full review in the 2013 June issue of InD’tale Magazine.



    15. Not quite as good as the first book. The heroine is thoroughly unlikable until the towards the end. The hero's grandmother is an absolute hoot. I would love to read a book based on her.





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