Mademoiselle at Arms



PDF Epub Mademoiselle At Arms Elizabeth Bailey Realestatelawcenter.us From Threatened With A Pistol By The Young Lady Discovered In A Deserted Mansion, Major Gerald Alderley Is Instantly Intrigued Who Is The Beautiful Intruder And Why Does She Disguise Herself As A Nun What Circumstance Has Thrust Her Into An Enterprise Both Foolhardy And Dangerous The Girl S French Accent Places Her With The Migr S From Across The Channel, Except That Mademoiselle Insists She Is English.Set On Unravelling The Mystery, Gerald Begins A Relentless Pursuit, Hunting Down Every Possible Clue Much To The Indignation Of Mademoiselle When Her Life Proves To Be In Danger From The Villainous Migr Valade, Gerald Has His Work Cut Out For Mademoiselle Melusine, Engaged In A Desperate Battle To Prove Her True Identity, Believes She Is Well Able To Take Care Of Herself And Is Determined Not To Be Rescued.Mademoiselle at Arms

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[PDF] Mademoiselle at Arms  By Elizabeth Bailey – E17streets4all.co.uk
  • Kindle Edition
  • 299 pages
  • Mademoiselle at Arms
  • Elizabeth Bailey
  • English
  • 18 January 2017

10 thoughts on “Mademoiselle at Arms

  1. says:

    3 1 2Very reminiscent of Heyer, and most definitely a swashbuckler I m glad I tried this author, I wasn t disappointed Yes, the heroine and her constant railing at the other characters can get a bit old by the end, but all the same when you just want something adventurous and funny, this...

  2. says:

    Mademoiselle At Arms is a very good story It s packed full of adventure, mystery, and overall a great deal of fun The heroine has a very entertaining spitfire personality, and I think the author did a great job of making the hero domineering without being a jerk The book does readas a historical romance novel rather than a regency, since the characters have no need to abide by the constraints of the time period In fact, there s qu...

  3. says:

    Mademoiselle or LadyThank you or this lovely story about Melusine and Gerald I loved the storyline and all the characters Melusine certainly was a spitfire in all she did and very courageous in her trying to reclaim her family title I enjoyed the bickering back...

  4. says:

    I read this a while ago and still remember how much I enjoyed it It is a refreshing change from the usual historical romance storyline and a bit earlier than the Regency.Gerald leads the local county militia and meets Mademoiselle ...

  5. says:

    2.5 StarsFor a book less than 300 pages, it felt much longer and not in a good way Cute but predictable Victorian romance, but highly repetitive with a heroine that was frequentlybratty and annoying than amusing.

  6. says:

    Charming tale, witty dialogue, endearing characters

  7. says:

    Mademoiselle at Arms 2012, Elizabeth Bailey is a clean Georgian romance by Elizabeth Bailey This humorous standalone novel is set in a time of political unrest in France This is the first time I ve read anything by this author, and I am very excited to readI gave this book a try because it was free onand tr...

  8. says:

    I chuckled a lot while reading, though I was sometimes annoyed with Melusine s constant fighting cock attitude If you can forgive her annoying antics you will certainly enjoy this book.

  9. says:

    A very French EnglishwomanThis heroine was very definitely at arms throughout the story Determined to return to England during the French Revolution and claim her inheritance, this hot tempered and highly distrustful young woman is determined to do it on her own She constantly rejects help from Major Gerald Alderly who has to figure out wh...

  10. says:

    I haven t read many Georgian romances, but this is a strong effort from the author I thought the story mirrored many of Georgette Heyer s best books, so that is no mean feat And the reference to GH is meant to be complimentary.The H h story is engaging, though I would have liked to have liked the lady in question a littleHer behaviour was a little flippant at times, but it could be consistent with ladies in her position and realistic in terms of the era in which the book is written.Ther I haven t read many Georgian romances, but this is a strong effort from the author I thought the story mirrored many of Georgette Heyer s best books, so that is no mean feat And the reference to GH is meant to be complimentary.The H h story is engaging, though I would have liked to have liked the lady in question a littleHer behaviou...

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