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The Baron's Blunder

È The Baron's Blunder Ï Susan M. Baganz È The Baron's Blunder Ï Susan M. Baganz - The Baron's Blunder, The Baron s Blunder Fighting evil is a hobby fending off marriage minded women a chore When Lord Charles Percy seizes a highwayman robbing a carriage in broad daylight he conceals his identity to the debutante he rescu

  • Title: The Baron's Blunder
  • Author: Susan M. Baganz
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  • Page: 440
  • Format: Kindle Edition

È The Baron's Blunder Ï Susan M. Baganz, The Baron's Blunder, Susan M. Baganz, The Baron s Blunder Fighting evil is a hobby fending off marriage minded women a chore When Lord Charles Percy seizes a highwayman robbing a carriage in broad daylight he conceals his identity to the debutante he rescues It wouldn t do for her to know a member of the peerage is secretly in pursuit of the infamous Black Diamond Instead he claims to be a mere mister who happened along percFightin

The Baron's Blunder

È The Baron's Blunder Ï Susan M. Baganz È The Baron's Blunder Ï Susan M. Baganz - The Baron's Blunder, The Baron s Blunder Fighting evil is a hobby fending off marriage minded women a chore When Lord Charles Percy seizes a highwayman robbing a carriage in broad daylight he conceals his identity to the debutante he rescu The Baron's Blunder

  • È The Baron's Blunder Ï Susan M. Baganz
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The Baron's Blunder

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  1. The hero is dashing and brave and so is the heroineLord Charles Percy and the Honorable Henrietta Allendale are both independent, capable people who want to continue in their current single condition He enjoys the clandestine activities that keep him busy, but an impulsive lie told to avoid discovery leads to complicated deception She knows he s hiding something When Lord Percy confesses the truth, Henri isn t sure she can trust anything else he says As much as they enjoy life and engaging in ex [...]


  2. Fighting highway attackers on behalf of defenseless travelers is a hobby, of sorts, for Lord Charles Percy One such rescue brings him into the path of the Honorable Henrietta Allendale only it soon becomes evident that she s not at all defenseless A mutual but almost reluctant interest sparks between them, but the criminal schemes of one notorious Black Diamond brings peril to their association in The Baron s Blunder by author Susan M Baganz.It was the cover that most drew me to this novella Yes [...]


  3. A series I would be interested in continuing.The espionage and intrigue reminded me a bit of Regina Scott s The Everard Legacy series.One thing Sir Michael Tidley would have been either called that in full or just Sir Michael, not Sir Tidley Just a little irksome when he was referred to as the latter


  4. A lovely story Hero Charles Percy horrid name was a very decent Christian man who always thought before acting I liked that.The heroine, Henrietta horrid name was a headstrong young woman never wanting to marry and didn t need a rich husband.


  5. Good readI enjoyed this book but I feel I was left with what happened after they were in Paris Need to know


  6. The Baron s Blunder is a historical christian fiction book written by author Susan M Baganz The format I am reading fromis pdf There are just 84 pages in this short book The setting is Spring, 1808 in Great Britian This is an interesting read with characters like Miss Allendale, a snooty sort, who would have killed the criminalo dead But Lord Charles Percy aimed his gun so as to scare the horse and only injure the culprit, then led him to the magistrate Miss Allendale may be in danger unless she [...]


  7. Charming and delightful and sinister and layered On the outside, Henri tries to be the lady of repute her upstanding family deserves But her country deserves so much , and there must be something she can do to protect the innocent Who would suspect a high ranking woman playing such a dangerous game Certainly not a dodgy character who keeps her from using her pistol to defend herself.Henri, who can take care of herself, thank you, learns her rescuer misrepresented himself, and acquainted with her [...]


  8. The Baron s Blunder is the novella prequel to the Rose Hill Regency Romances I loved this story The Baron, Charles Percy, saves Lady Henrietta Allendale and her aunt from a ruffian He spends his time escaping the clutches of women determined to capture a wealthy gentleman But what is it about Henrietta that draws him Henrietta Allendale has no desire to wed as well But when she and Charles are caught together and must wed, will they find they have in common than they thought The verbal sparring [...]


  9. A Blunder leads to loveIn The Baron s Blunder by Susan M Bagnaz we meet Charles and Henrietta as they meet on the road From that point we travel with them through adventure after adventure as they follow their bumpy and dangerous road to a relationship I love the way the characters are built and the way the author emphasizes the important parts of any relationship Both Charles and Henrietta are honorable and loyal to their country as they work as spies to preserve it They carry those characteris [...]


  10. When Lord Charles Percy recues Miss Henrietta Allendale from a highwayman, he soon discovers this intelligent young woman needs no rescue at all They are both adverse to marriage and enjoy each other s company, but each has other ideas about their future.A party, a threat, and a compromising situation finds Henrietta in Charles arms and while they both fight it, perhaps that s where she belongs.Delightful historical romance Ms Baganz has captured the language and social culture of the Gregorian [...]


  11. After being rescued from a highwayman by Mr Percy , Miss Henrietta Allendale suspects her savior is not all he claims to be.This was a sweet novella The characters were enjoyable although this was a very Christian story with such themes being brought up frequently At times, it felt forced into the dialogue to get across a point.I never did pin down just where Mr Percy blundered His actions, meant to protect his identity, seemed perfectly logical.I would recommend this to readers who enjoy a Chri [...]



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