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Mistaken Kiss Download × 9 ✓ Willa is nearly blind but she knows trouble when she trips over itWilla the vicar’s little sister knows full well that her prospects are bleak When she accidentally kisses Alexander Braeburn her dull predictable world turns upside down Logic dictates that she should stay away from the handsome Corinthian He’s the black Ld stay away from the handsome Corinthian He’s the black sheep of their village But how can she resist She yearns for one taste of the most tantalizing excitement she has ever experienced Just one before Willa settles back into her dreary life foreverAlex is intri. Willa Linnet has lived with her bachelor brother and his best friend for as long as she can remember studying the classics with them Willa's brother finally realizes she's full grown but balks at the expense and discomfort of giving her a Season in London His best friend Sir Daniel Braeburn proposes a solution he will marry Willa and they will all go on comfortably as they always have Willa however does not find this solution very appealing She longs for some excitement and romance in her life and she is certain that Sir Daniel is not the one who will provide her with what she wants She decides that the only way to learn whether she would marry Sir Daniel or not is to kiss him Willa very nearsighted plants a mistaken kiss on a man in the garden whom she believes to be Sir Daniel The kiss ignites the passion she always knew she had in her the only problem is she discovers that her passionate kisser is not Sir Daniel at all Alex Braeburn mostly asleep has a delicious dream in which a young lady demands he kiss her He's happy to fulfill the lady's reuest but when he wakens he finds it was not a dream and he has just kissed the rector's younger sister Alex being the black sheep of the family is not considered a suitable companion for Willa even if he wanted to marry her which he doesn't Poor Willa completely lost her heart to the wrong man She knows she can never marry Sir Daniel When next Willa and Alex meet Willa is whisked away to London by the Countess de Alameda Willa's Aunt Honore Aunt Honore takes a liking to the girl and sees how attracted Willa is to Alex She offers Willa the chance to come to London and hook Alex like a fish Willa wanys to have an adventure and to see Alex again so she reluctantly agrees Aunt Honore does her best to push Willa at Alex and make the young man jealous Willa become a big hit among the young gentlemen of the ton but Alex doesn't seem to be one of them Alex admires the strong minded young lady but he's determined to think he's not the right man for herThis is a very light pleasant read The plot is entirely comedy of manners with no villains or other adventures This book is the middle of a trilogy with Lady Fiasco and Cut From the Same Cloth but can be each can be read as a stand aloneThe plot is fairly fast paced The writing is good modern but not too modern The romance is fabulous I love Willa and Alex together especially in the middle chapters There's a tiny bit of danger and a lot of passion The passion doesn't go beyond feeling physical attraction intense kissing or touching over clothes It's technically a clean romance I liked the plot just as much a second time around as I did the first time but I kept remembering incidents from Lady Fiasco that were crazier I think I like this one better thoughI love Willa She may be young but she's not silly She says she is two score and eight but then Alex says she's 18 A score is 20 years If Willa is 18 she is not two score and eight She's been educated in classical Greek philosophy and mathematics is able to work out any problem in her head and considers herself uite logical The one thing she can't figure out is love She falls head over heels in love and doesn't know what to do about it Aunt Honore does though Aunt Honore is crazy in this book but she doesn't provide as many laughs as in Cut From the Same Cloth and she is not as outrageous as in Lady Fiasco She was very inappropriate in Lady Fiasco and only a bit inappropriate here Still I just love her and would gladly read about her She could get together with Marion Chesney's characters of the same generation and make for a wonderful farce I also liked Alfreda She is a woman who knows what she wants though I fear she will be disillusioned as to what marriage entails and regret her choice I appreciated the fact Willa made a friend thoughThe women fare better than the men in this novel with the exception of Alex Alex is a swoony sort of hero He is supposedly the black sheep of his family but we don't really know why Willa keeps accusing him of being a rake but he says he's not He doesn't seem to have a mistress at the moment he visits a gambling hell once and insists he's never been upstairs His jealousy annoyed me greatly but mostly I was ready to fall in love with him There are a couple chapters in the middle of the novel involving horses that really made me love Alex note for the sueamish the scene involves blood He's kind to Willa and kind to animals Only she can see the real Alex and I just love when he lets his guard down The one thing I can't understand is why he doesn't want to fall in love with Willa and get married He's very resistant to the idea of marriage though he never really says why I also didn't understand how he could be best friends with two such idiots Harry is sweet in a buffonish friendish sort of way but not husband material Tournsby is an awful person by modern standards If Willa wanted to label him a rake I think she'd be correct Willa's brother Jerome and his friend Sir Daniel are completely stupid and obtuse They know nothing about women and don't care about Willa's feelings at all and they just don't know what to do with a woman Sir Daniel's plan is cheap and downright terrible for poor Willa Their redeeming factor is they both care about Willa's physical well being even if they don't understand her mental and emotional stateI recommend this to those who like screwball comedy Regency romances like Marion Chesney and Barbara Metzger This one is a little deeply emotional than screwball but Aunt Honore makes it light and fun

Mistaken KissLd stay away from the handsome Corinthian He’s the black sheep of their village But how can she resist She yearns for one taste of the most tantalizing excitement she has ever experienced Just one before Willa settles back into her dreary life foreverAlex is intri. Willa Linnet has lived with her bachelor brother and his best friend for as long as she can remember studying the classics with them Willa's brother finally realizes she's full grown but balks at the expense and discomfort of giving her a Season in London His best friend Sir Daniel Braeburn proposes a solution he will marry Willa and they will all go on comfortably as they always have Willa however does not find this solution very appealing She longs for some excitement and romance in her life and she is certain that Sir Daniel is not the one who will provide her with what she wants She decides that the only way to learn whether she would marry Sir Daniel or not is to kiss him Willa very nearsighted plants a mistaken kiss on a man in the garden whom she believes to be Sir Daniel The kiss ignites the passion she always knew she had in her the only problem is she discovers that her passionate kisser is not Sir Daniel at all Alex Braeburn mostly asleep has a delicious dream in which a young lady demands he kiss her He's happy to fulfill the lady's reuest but when he wakens he finds it was not a dream and he has just kissed the rector's younger sister Alex being the black sheep of the family is not considered a suitable companion for Willa even if he wanted to marry her which he doesn't Poor Willa completely lost her heart to the wrong man She knows she can never marry Sir Daniel When next Willa and Alex meet Willa is whisked away to London by the Countess de Alameda Willa's Aunt Honore Aunt Honore takes a liking to the girl and sees how attracted Willa is to Alex She offers Willa the chance to come to London and hook Alex like a fish Willa wanys to have an adventure and to see Alex again so she reluctantly agrees Aunt Honore does her best to push Willa at Alex and make the young man jealous Willa become a big hit among the young gentlemen of the ton but Alex doesn't seem to be one of them Alex admires the strong minded young lady but he's determined to think he's not the right man for herThis is a very light pleasant read The plot is entirely comedy of manners with no villains or other adventures This book is the middle of a trilogy with Lady Fiasco and Cut From the Same Cloth but can be each can be read as a stand aloneThe plot is fairly fast paced The writing is good modern but not too modern The romance is fabulous I love Willa and Alex together especially in the middle chapters There's a tiny bit of danger and a lot of passion The passion doesn't go beyond feeling physical attraction intense kissing or touching over clothes It's technically a clean romance I liked the plot just as much a second time around as I did the first time but I kept remembering incidents from Lady Fiasco that were crazier I think I like this one better thoughI love Willa She may be young but she's not silly She says she is two score and eight but then Alex says she's 18 A score is 20 years If Willa is 18 she is not two score and eight She's been educated in classical Greek philosophy and mathematics is able to work out any problem in her head and considers herself uite logical The one thing she can't figure out is love She falls head over heels in love and doesn't know what to do about it Aunt Honore does though Aunt Honore is crazy in this book but she doesn't provide as many laughs as in Cut From the Same Cloth and she is not as outrageous as in Lady Fiasco She was very inappropriate in Lady Fiasco and only a bit inappropriate here Still I just love her and would gladly read about her She could get together with Marion Chesney's characters of the same generation and make for a wonderful farce I also liked Alfreda She is a woman who knows what she wants though I fear she will be disillusioned as to what marriage entails and regret her choice I appreciated the fact Willa made a friend thoughThe women fare better than the men in this novel with the exception of Alex Alex is a swoony sort of hero He is supposedly the black sheep of his family but we don't really know why Willa keeps accusing him of being a rake but he says he's not He doesn't seem to have a mistress at the moment he visits a gambling hell once and insists he's never been upstairs His jealousy annoyed me greatly but mostly I was ready to fall in love with him There are a couple chapters in the middle of the novel involving horses that really made me love Alex note for the sueamish the scene involves blood He's kind to Willa and kind to animals Only she can see the real Alex and I just love when he lets his guard down The one thing I can't understand is why he doesn't want to fall in love with Willa and get married He's very resistant to the idea of marriage though he never really says why I also didn't understand how he could be best friends with two such idiots Harry is sweet in a buffonish friendish sort of way but not husband material Tournsby is an awful person by modern standards If Willa wanted to label him a rake I think she'd be correct Willa's brother Jerome and his friend Sir Daniel are completely stupid and obtuse They know nothing about women and don't care about Willa's feelings at all and they just don't know what to do with a woman Sir Daniel's plan is cheap and downright terrible for poor Willa Their redeeming factor is they both care about Willa's physical well being even if they don't understand her mental and emotional stateI recommend this to those who like screwball comedy Regency romances like Marion Chesney and Barbara Metzger This one is a little deeply emotional than screwball but Aunt Honore makes it light and fun

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Mistaken Kiss Á Willa is nearly blind but she knows trouble when she trips over itWilla the vicar’s little sister knows full well that her prospects are bleak When she accidentally kisses Alexander Braeburn her dull predictable world turns upside down Logic dictates that she shou. This was a very fun lighthearted read almost reminded me of something by Marcia McClure I really liked Willa and Alex so cute together I thought Willa was a likable character full of life and wit Alex was a great leading man very charming and caring I especially liked that he thought the term “rake” was offensive which was very refreshing since so many regency novels try and glorify immoral behavior Anyway the story was fun and moved along well The side characters were all really likable and added some fun elements to the story Content Clean romance PG Update 052014 I just saw that this has been republished and is now available for kindle Go grab a couple its a charming regency characters ☆ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ¸ Kathleen Baldwin

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Kathleen Baldwin ¸ 9 Summary Gued by the refreshingly forthright Willa Her genuine character warms his jaded heart and makes him smile When she naïvely marches into trouble Alex feels duty bound to rescue her Is it duty Or something else that compels him to watch over the vicar’s little sist. 35 stars I have been in a book slump when it comes to HRs so I decided to find some that didn't have sex scenes but weren't Christian and I can say this first pick has turned out greatOur bespectacled red haired heroine is the best part She hasn't seen much of the world but she knows what she wants or in this case what she doesn't want And that is to marry to his brother's bff who is as much of a bore as him hehe Enter our handsome and supposed gamblerrakehell of a hero and we have a tale of hilarious missunderstandings lots of kisses failed duels and even horse birthing I enjoyed every minute of itI don't regret reading this one first even if it was the second book since it seems it's the best​ one out of the three in this series