Brynnde Brynnde Archambault needs to find someone to marry else she ll be stuck with dull Mr Dallweather The answer to her problem arrives in the form of handsome and witty Viscount Burbridge but just when

  • Title: Brynnde
  • Author: M. Pepper Langlinais
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 381
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Brynnde Archambault needs to find someone to marry, else she ll be stuck with dull Mr Dallweather The answer to her problem arrives in the form of handsome and witty Viscount Burbridge, but just when everything seems to be going smoothly, scandal strikes and the engagement ends.Meanwhile, Brynnde has no trouble matchmaking her friends and even her own brother But whileBrynnde Archambault needs to find someone to marry, else she ll be stuck with dull Mr Dallweather The answer to her problem arrives in the form of handsome and witty Viscount Burbridge, but just when everything seems to be going smoothly, scandal strikes and the engagement ends.Meanwhile, Brynnde has no trouble matchmaking her friends and even her own brother But while she breezily finds suitors for everyone else, for her time is running out Must she resign herself to becoming Mrs Dallweather Or will Brynnde yet succeed in making a match for herself Brynnde is a light, bubbly, and sweet Regency romance in the vintage style of Zebra and Signet.

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    1. *I received a copy from the author in exchange for my honest review So many matches going on in this story make it very entertaining. This one is different because of how things played out with everyone from the start. You get to know and love all the characters throughout the story. I loved that I didn't see the scandal coming like it did and how it affected everyone around it. I loved how she got her name.Brynnde had no wish to be married, but when given no choice she must decide. I loved t [...]

    2. An engaging, clean romance that is very captivating. Brynnde is great at matchmaking, but when she’s told she must choose a husband soon, or marry the very dodgy and boring Mr. Dallweather. Enter Garrick, and to avoid a scandal, marriage seems to be her only option. The banter between Brynnde and Garrick is entertaining, and the book kept me hooked on their story from the go. This is a sweet and clean story with a lighthearted feel that is recommended on those cold days when you just want to c [...]

    3. Brynnde Archambault has no interest in participating in this year's Season to find a husband, but her parents give her no choice in the matter. She's surprised to find herself taken with a handsome viscount named Garrick, and he with her. Yet a big scandal ruins all their plans, and Brynnde might have to resign herself to being the wife of a boring man as old as her father. Her answers come in making matches for others, but will she find one for herself?I don't usually read Regency romances, but [...]

    4. This was such a delightful book. While Brynnde and Garrick were the central characters, there were so many marvelous secondary characters-Tessa, Graeme, Violet, Molly and many more.Ms. Langlinais delivered a story full of love, humor, friendships, family, misunderstandings, proposals and more. It was wonderful turning the pages to see what came next. I hope that Ms. Langlinais will continue with this series. All of the characters need a story as engaging as Brynnde and Garrick's. I look forward [...]

    5. A Reader's Opinion . . . "BRYNNDE is a sweet Regency romance sure to be enjoyed by fans of the genre." Read the full review: ow/wypJ30ayDqk**Reviewed by Kathy for Books & Benches - 3 1/2 Stars**

    6. Good story!!Engaging characters, good story, good humor, sweet and clean. Please write more Regency novels, M. I highly recommend this book.

    7. Fans of Regency romances would do well to read this enjoyable and well-paced tale.Read full review in the 2017 April issue of InD'tale Magazine.

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