The Mistress of Hanover Square

The Mistress of Hanover Square

Anne Herries / Nov 19, 2019

The Mistress of Hanover Square The earl s convenient bride Amelia Royston has made a name for herself amongst the London ton as a brilliant matchmaker Forever generous she will do anything to help others dreams come true But the s

  • Title: The Mistress of Hanover Square
  • Author: Anne Herries
  • ISBN: 9780263873191
  • Page: 420
  • Format: Paperback
  • The earl s convenient bride Amelia Royston has made a name for herself amongst the London ton as a brilliant matchmaker Forever generous, she will do anything to help others dreams come true But the society miss is beginning to give up hope that her own feet will ever be swept off the ground Then the charismatic Earl of Ravenshead returns, and his disturbing presenceThe earl s convenient bride Amelia Royston has made a name for herself amongst the London ton as a brilliant matchmaker Forever generous, she will do anything to help others dreams come true But the society miss is beginning to give up hope that her own feet will ever be swept off the ground Then the charismatic Earl of Ravenshead returns, and his disturbing presence tips Amelia s world upside down He finally declares his intention to marry her for convenienceor something

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      • Anne Herries

        LINDA SOLE also writes under the names of Anne Herries, Emma Quincey, Lynn Granville and one as Juliana Linden.Linda was born in Swindon Her family moved to Ely in Cambridgeshire when she was nine, and Linda attended the local school but left at fifteen to work as a hairdresser in her father s business She was married at eighteen and ran her own hairdressing business for some years before moving to Cambridge, although Linda has now moved to somewhere a bit quieter in Cambridgeshire She started writing in 1976, combining this with helping her husband to run his antique shop.Writing as Anne Herries, Linda won the 2004 RNA Romance Award and the Betty Neels Trophy She lives in Cambridgeshire After many happy years of taking their holidays in Spain she and her husband, now have a second home in Norfolk Being only a short drive, they can visit for a few days at a time, which suits their busy lifestyle these days They are only just across the road from the sea, and can see it from their windows At home and at the sea they enjoy watching the wildlife and have many visitors to their gardens, particularly squirrels Anne loves watching their antics and spoils both them and her birds shamelessly She also loves to see the flocks of geese and other birds flying in over the sea during the autumn, to winter in the milder climes of this country Anne loves to write about the beauty of nature and sometimes puts a little into her books, though they are mostly about love and romance She writes for her own enjoyment and to give pleasure to her readers.


    749 Comments

    1. This series was such a let down. I honestly was hoping Amelia's story would be the best, but she turned out to be an obtuse idiot. I can't stand her. And the "relationship" between her and the hero - heck, the relationship development between H/h in this series - makes me question if the author has even had one in the first place. There was no character development, no plot development, overall, very disappointing.


    2. I found this story okay to read. It was well written so it gets a 3 rating, but the characters were far too goody-goody, and the villians all either mad or foolishly led by a mad woman. So not really realistic. I found the way the men were willing to forgive just over the top. So, I can't really say it deserves anything more than a 3.




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