The Body on the Beach PDF/EPUB é The Body PDF/EPUB

The Body on the Beach PDF/EPUB é The Body PDF/EPUB


  • Kindle Edition
  • 192 pages
  • The Body on the Beach (The Weymouth Trilogy, #1)
  • Lizzie Church
  • English
  • 15 February 2016

6 thoughts on “The Body on the Beach (The Weymouth Trilogy, #1)

  1. Louie Halfacre Louie Halfacre says:

    Perseverance Kathy was a lady of superior strength of mind and character to put up with that lowdown no good for nothing excuse for a husband Andrew was indebted to her for his life and ultimate love and he never wavered from his love for her The saddest part was the death of an Bob who was so full of life and Giles will surely rot in hell for his part in the death of an innocent boy I enjoyed the book and would recommend it to all


  2. Judy Judy says:

    I downloaded this book a few months ago and read it this evening Normally I read what I consider to be typical regency romance novels and the title of this book caught my attention During the first half of the book I really enjoyed the characters of Kathryn Andrew and little Bob However there were several things in this book which were very disturbing to meSpoilers It is beyond my comprehension that a man of Andrew's character could continue to socialize with men like Giles and Mr Brewer after they were so rude to Kathryn and taunted her sexually in Mr Brewer's home Also most disturbing was the fact that Andrew was so eager to sample the charms of Miss Brewer just a few hours after he had visited Kathryn and nearly begged her to leave her abusive husband and go away with him Yes he was foxed but his delight at her attempted seduction of him ruined the book for meAlthough the abuse Kathryn suffered at the hands of her husband and ultimately the loss of her little son Bob who the light of her life was extremely sad these things do happen in life I just enjoy lighter fare when I read regency romance novels


  3. Ella Belakovska Ella Belakovska says:

    As a History fan this rather sweet novel ticked a few boxes by offering a little slice of Georgian life the slower pace of day to day living the social hub of local hotelsinns and the Christian morals Further the author doesn't hold back on showing the reality of a woman's lot two centuries agoUltimately there is a pay off to the heroine for her pain and believe me there is a lot of it to be had by the final chapter However even the least intuitive reader is likely to have seen many of the plot twists and devices coming several chapters previously It began to feel uite hurried by the time we get to the final scenes and although the publishers appear to have touted this as something other than romance it is what it isFor me this is the kind of escapist novel which still allows the reader plenty of room for their own head space If you are the kind of person who enjoys historical romance with a peppering of grit or if you generally read heavier subjects but like a light break in between tomes I recommend this book to you


  4. Diane Diane says:

    this is one of those books that makes me devoutly grateful to live in these modern times and not 200 years ago when if you married what was previously your property was now his to use abuse or suander as he saw fit as happened in this book a wife was her husband's property as well and he was within his rights to beat her if he wished and the unfortunate woman had NO legal recourse it was also rather frightening to realize that you could start out the day with a house a child and an income and by the end of the day be left with nothing the only thing this poor heroine was left with was her self respect and that barely hung on by a thread as her husband threatened to auction her off which again also happened in that era i almost hate to call this a romance though it finally had the HEA but it came at a horrible cost to the heroine


  5. Melissa Melissa says:

    I really like Lizzie Church's books This book was no exception This is a tragic love story that reminded me a lot of a Thomas Hardy novel There is one particular character in this novel that is loathsome and I kept praying all throughout the book for his demise There were some twists and turns in this that I wasn't expecting The characters were easy to picture and I enjoyed Ms Church's take on a woman's life during this time period Unlike so many historical romances the heroine has to face the harsh realities and confines of her time I appreciated Kathryn's dignity Even though she is in unbearable circumstances she manages to retain her self respect


  6. Mutantreptile Mutantreptile says:

    I thought this was going to be a light read but it nearly had me in tears Everything just kept getting worse and worse and the description of a certain character just felt way too close to home


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The Body on the Beach (The Weymouth Trilogy, #1)[KINDLE] ✿ The Body on the Beach (The Weymouth Trilogy, #1) By Lizzie Church – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk The world of the haut ton with its idle chatter assemblies restricting conventions and hauteur was a world away from the harsh reality of life for the masses in Georgian Britain Kathryn Miller despite The world of on the ePUB ¹ the haut ton with its idle chatter assemblies restricting conventions and hauteur was a world away from the harsh reality of life for the masses in Georgian Britain Kathryn Miller despite being a landowner in her own right has to work alongside her servants walk long distances to town to undertake her commissions and suffer at the hands of an abusive husband who gradually deprives her of The Body PDF/EPUB ² everything she owns Salvation appears in the form of a body on the beach But will she grasp the opportunity that this represents and accept the conseuences – or will she remain steadfast to her marriage vows and face a life of misery and uncertainty instead.

6 thoughts on “The Body on the Beach (The Weymouth Trilogy, #1)

  1. Louie Halfacre Louie Halfacre says:

    Perseverance Kathy was a lady of superior strength of mind and character to put up with that lowdown no good for nothing excuse for a husband Andrew was indebted to her for his life and ultimate love and he never wavered from his love for her The saddest part was the death of an Bob who was so full of life and Giles will surely rot in hell for his part in the death of an innocent boy I enjoyed the book and would recommend it to all

  2. Judy Judy says:

    I downloaded this book a few months ago and read it this evening Normally I read what I consider to be typical regency romance novels and the title of this book caught my attention During the first half of the book I really enjoyed the characters of Kathryn Andrew and little Bob However there were several things in this book which were very disturbing to meSpoilers It is beyond my comprehension that a man of Andrew's character could continue to socialize with men like Giles and Mr Brewer after they were so rude to Kathryn and taunted her sexually in Mr Brewer's home Also most disturbing was the fact that Andrew was so eager to sample the charms of Miss Brewer just a few hours after he had visited Kathryn and nearly begged her to leave her abusive husband and go away with him Yes he was foxed but his delight at her attempted seduction of him ruined the book for meAlthough the abuse Kathryn suffered at the hands of her husband and ultimately the loss of her little son Bob who the light of her life was extremely sad these things do happen in life I just enjoy lighter fare when I read regency romance novels

  3. Ella Belakovska Ella Belakovska says:

    As a History fan this rather sweet novel ticked a few boxes by offering a little slice of Georgian life the slower pace of day to day living the social hub of local hotelsinns and the Christian morals Further the author doesn't hold back on showing the reality of a woman's lot two centuries agoUltimately there is a pay off to the heroine for her pain and believe me there is a lot of it to be had by the final chapter However even the least intuitive reader is likely to have seen many of the plot twists and devices coming several chapters previously It began to feel uite hurried by the time we get to the final scenes and although the publishers appear to have touted this as something other than romance it is what it isFor me this is the kind of escapist novel which still allows the reader plenty of room for their own head space If you are the kind of person who enjoys historical romance with a peppering of grit or if you generally read heavier subjects but like a light break in between tomes I recommend this book to you

  4. Diane Diane says:

    this is one of those books that makes me devoutly grateful to live in these modern times and not 200 years ago when if you married what was previously your property was now his to use abuse or suander as he saw fit as happened in this book a wife was her husband's property as well and he was within his rights to beat her if he wished and the unfortunate woman had NO legal recourse it was also rather frightening to realize that you could start out the day with a house a child and an income and by the end of the day be left with nothing the only thing this poor heroine was left with was her self respect and that barely hung on by a thread as her husband threatened to auction her off which again also happened in that era i almost hate to call this a romance though it finally had the HEA but it came at a horrible cost to the heroine

  5. Melissa Melissa says:

    I really like Lizzie Church's books This book was no exception This is a tragic love story that reminded me a lot of a Thomas Hardy novel There is one particular character in this novel that is loathsome and I kept praying all throughout the book for his demise There were some twists and turns in this that I wasn't expecting The characters were easy to picture and I enjoyed Ms Church's take on a woman's life during this time period Unlike so many historical romances the heroine has to face the harsh realities and confines of her time I appreciated Kathryn's dignity Even though she is in unbearable circumstances she manages to retain her self respect

  6. Mutantreptile Mutantreptile says:

    I thought this was going to be a light read but it nearly had me in tears Everything just kept getting worse and worse and the description of a certain character just felt way too close to home

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