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4 thoughts on “The Beggarmaid

  1. Victoria Victoria says:

    35Liked IphigeniaGenia she was kind brave and made the best of her dire situation Although sometimes she took unnecessary risks in my opinion even when she herself felt something maybe was amiss Also liked WessingtonWessDominic He was behaving aloof trying to seem disinterested at times but fell for Genia right away And the he got to know her he liked her for her the person she wasThought she and some other women were extremely lucky to get away without serious harm to personreputation from some of the happenings in the book I would say a clean read with a HEA


  2. Treece Treece says:

    Lesley Anne McLeod has her delightful way again with the Regency era in THE BEGGARMAID with solid historical setting rich dialogue fascinating characters and some inspiration from the legend THE KING AND THE BEGGARMAID The legend is a Medieval romance which tells the legend of Prince Cophetua and his unorthodox love for the beggar Penelophon The heroine Lady Iphigenia Genia Brierley is compassionate and strong willed as she struggles against and survives the ruthless and unjust censorship of the ton along with a desperate and poverty ridden existence resulting from a irresponsible wastrel father Dealing with the conseuences of her father's neglect she is burdened by scoundrels would be seducers and her ne'er do well brothers the villainous Neville and the impulsive Austin Where Austin is immature and self centered at times Neville is downright vicious and brutal in his pursuit of wealth and comfortSo to have strong wealthy and capable character like the Maruess of Wessington appear on the scene as the subject of romantic interest in this tale it made this a must read I wanted to see how he would woo Genia if at all and how she would resist her feelings aware that he was beyond her reach due to her hardship and familial circumstances My admiration for the Maruess continued to grow through his actions and by the revelations from the dialogue that the author utilizes often as a story telling deviceThe intense heated chemistry and sparks between Genia and Wessington were for me as consuming as the most erotic and explicit scene If you prefer too hot too handle scenes between lovers then you'll be disappointed If you appreciate subtlety and emotional intensity and anticipation then you'll enjoy the tender yet banked fire of the private moments between Genia and Wessington Modest to the point of chaste those who enjoy physical displays with descriptions of bare skin meeting naked flesh wandering hands and exchanging bodily fluids won't think this is the ticket Everything is as proper as befitting their station and the times yet loses nothing It's one of the joys in reading this kind of historical romance One is allowed to revisit innocence and new love in this wayTo demonstrate how keenly the author has done her research you're made aware of strict manners; how we take things for granted such as the intimacy of addressing someone by a first name is and in some cases depending upon their station being allowed to know it For example Wessington is always addressed by his title in some form until his Christian name is revealed by his sister Lady Dorothea Other points are what gentleman of the times might decided to have for country breakfast In a breakfast scene Wessington has an egg with a small glass of beer Interesting comboThere's plenty of scrapes and adventure abounding to keep the plot lively and a few misunderstandings to force the romantic pairings into coming to terms with their feelings and working everything out It's believable and credibleThe true beauty and wealth is not Genia's looks or virtue it is her generous forgiving nature her loyalty and honesty and her ability to love although she has experienced little of this since the loss of her mother She and Wessington both carry the weight of loneliness Hers from the condemnation and stigmatization of the ton; his from never being valued for himself but for his looks wealth and status Both characters are uite admirable and their family and friends reinforce this pronouncementTHE BEGGARMAID is a vividly written witty and delightful novel that will touch your heart make you sigh and rejoice when Genia and her Maruess are finally rewarded with their HEA


  3. Su Su says:

    Boring


  4. Monique Monique says:

    I really liked this one It wastouching the fact that this poor girl made do with nothing


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The Beggarmaid ✷ The Beggarmaid Epub ✺ Author Lesley-Anne McLeod – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Lady Iphigenia Brierley is trapped by a poverty that she must conceal from the beau monde She lives on the fringes of society satisfying her hunger at the ton parties to which she is invited and gambl Lady Iphigenia Brierley is trapped by a poverty that she must conceal from the beau monde She lives on the fringes of society satisfying her hunger at the ton parties to which she is invited and gambling to obtain money for clothing The Maruess of Wessington is wealthy beyond her imagining and has a respected and admired place in society His return to London from travels abroad coincides with a time of crisis in her pitiable family He offers himself first as her friend then as her rescuer Finally he asks for her hand in marriage But the uestion to which Genia reuires an answer iswhy.

4 thoughts on “The Beggarmaid

  1. Victoria Victoria says:

    35Liked IphigeniaGenia she was kind brave and made the best of her dire situation Although sometimes she took unnecessary risks in my opinion even when she herself felt something maybe was amiss Also liked WessingtonWessDominic He was behaving aloof trying to seem disinterested at times but fell for Genia right away And the he got to know her he liked her for her the person she wasThought she and some other women were extremely lucky to get away without serious harm to personreputation from some of the happenings in the book I would say a clean read with a HEA

  2. Treece Treece says:

    Lesley Anne McLeod has her delightful way again with the Regency era in THE BEGGARMAID with solid historical setting rich dialogue fascinating characters and some inspiration from the legend THE KING AND THE BEGGARMAID The legend is a Medieval romance which tells the legend of Prince Cophetua and his unorthodox love for the beggar Penelophon The heroine Lady Iphigenia Genia Brierley is compassionate and strong willed as she struggles against and survives the ruthless and unjust censorship of the ton along with a desperate and poverty ridden existence resulting from a irresponsible wastrel father Dealing with the conseuences of her father's neglect she is burdened by scoundrels would be seducers and her ne'er do well brothers the villainous Neville and the impulsive Austin Where Austin is immature and self centered at times Neville is downright vicious and brutal in his pursuit of wealth and comfortSo to have strong wealthy and capable character like the Maruess of Wessington appear on the scene as the subject of romantic interest in this tale it made this a must read I wanted to see how he would woo Genia if at all and how she would resist her feelings aware that he was beyond her reach due to her hardship and familial circumstances My admiration for the Maruess continued to grow through his actions and by the revelations from the dialogue that the author utilizes often as a story telling deviceThe intense heated chemistry and sparks between Genia and Wessington were for me as consuming as the most erotic and explicit scene If you prefer too hot too handle scenes between lovers then you'll be disappointed If you appreciate subtlety and emotional intensity and anticipation then you'll enjoy the tender yet banked fire of the private moments between Genia and Wessington Modest to the point of chaste those who enjoy physical displays with descriptions of bare skin meeting naked flesh wandering hands and exchanging bodily fluids won't think this is the ticket Everything is as proper as befitting their station and the times yet loses nothing It's one of the joys in reading this kind of historical romance One is allowed to revisit innocence and new love in this wayTo demonstrate how keenly the author has done her research you're made aware of strict manners; how we take things for granted such as the intimacy of addressing someone by a first name is and in some cases depending upon their station being allowed to know it For example Wessington is always addressed by his title in some form until his Christian name is revealed by his sister Lady Dorothea Other points are what gentleman of the times might decided to have for country breakfast In a breakfast scene Wessington has an egg with a small glass of beer Interesting comboThere's plenty of scrapes and adventure abounding to keep the plot lively and a few misunderstandings to force the romantic pairings into coming to terms with their feelings and working everything out It's believable and credibleThe true beauty and wealth is not Genia's looks or virtue it is her generous forgiving nature her loyalty and honesty and her ability to love although she has experienced little of this since the loss of her mother She and Wessington both carry the weight of loneliness Hers from the condemnation and stigmatization of the ton; his from never being valued for himself but for his looks wealth and status Both characters are uite admirable and their family and friends reinforce this pronouncementTHE BEGGARMAID is a vividly written witty and delightful novel that will touch your heart make you sigh and rejoice when Genia and her Maruess are finally rewarded with their HEA

  3. Su Su says:

    Boring

  4. Monique Monique says:

    I really liked this one It wastouching the fact that this poor girl made do with nothing

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