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eBook Miss Whiting And the Seven Wards (Zebra Regency Romance) download ISBN: 0821772902
Author: Lynn Collum
Publisher: Zebra Books; Kensington Publishing Corp. (August 1, 2002)
Language: English
ePub: 1925 kb
Fb2: 1773 kb
Rating: 4.5
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Category: Romance
Subcategory: Contemporary

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Miss Whiting And the Seven Wards (Zebra Regency Romance). A Kiss At Midnight (Zebra Regency Romance). Author Lynn Collum place this Regency Romance in a country setting and made it interesting by adding the hobby/art of ballooning into it! I have read very few romances with ballooning in them, but have enjoyed every one immensely. This one is no exception! The heroine, Ella, is not a weeping leading lady either.

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Zebra Regency Romance. By (author) Lynn Collum. The victim of her stepmother's violent ways, Miss Sara Whiting is rescued by seven young boys who spirit her off to their quaint cottage, where she is embraced by a loving family and swept off her feet by Sir Evan Beaumont, her own Prince Charming.

Miss Whiting and the Seve. has been added to your Cart. Based (quite heavily) on the Snow White fairy tale, this sweet natured and charming story was fun to read. However a small word of warning: "Miss Whiting and the Seven Wards" really does read like fairy tale

This was a Regency riff on Snow White and the Seven Dwarves.

This was a Regency riff on Snow White and the Seven Dwarves. I enjoyed it a lot, particularly because of the Regency setting. I find the romance genuinely sweet, the villain cackling and unrealistic but fun, the heroine a total adorable darling, the hero equally a total adorable darling, and the revelation of plot-related Huge Secrets remarkably undramatic. The plot is silly and contrived, but when you consider that ninety percent of it came out of the head of a twelve-year-old boy everything becomes much, much more reasonable.

Romance Books Regency Books. ISBN13: 9780821772904. Miss Whiting and the Seven Wards. Book in the Fairy Tale Trilogy Series). After returning to a loveless home, Miss Sara Whiting suffers a suspicious assault - and is rescued by seven young boys in need of a savior of their own! Lynn Collum lives with her family in Alabama and is currently working on her next novel. Format: Mass Market Paperback.

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The victim of her stepmother's violent ways, Miss Sara Whiting is rescued by seven young boys who spirit her off to their quaint cottage, where she is embraced by a loving family and swept off her feet by Sir Evan Beaumont, her own Prince Charming. Original.
Comments: (7)
Foxanayn
Cute read.
Snow White and the 7 Dwarfs is the template for this story; this is cleverly told and yes, our heroine, Sarah Whiting, has taken up an informal guardianship for 7 adorable boys whose mother has passed. She's escaping the greedy clutches of her diabolical stepmother. Sir Evan is Sir Gallahad, and just so darn adorable that it's impossible not to love him---and Snow White's no dummy. She loves him right back.
All's well and this romp ends happily.
Vijora
I have been starved for a good recency romance and greedily latched on to this fairy tale series. I am so happy with the first in the series. It was riveting, containing recognizable elements of the original fairytale in the recency setting. The hero is well modeled and quite charming though no Prince. There were a few editing problems early on but they did not hinder my enjoyment of the author's writing style. I am eager to read the next in the series.
Ichalote
love it
Olma
If you're in the mood for some fairy tale-like escapist fun, you really can't go very wrong with this first installment in Lynn Collum's latest trilogy, "Miss Whiting and the Seven Wards." Based (quite heavily) on the Snow White fairy tale, this sweet natured and charming story was fun to read. However a small word of warning: "Miss Whiting and the Seven Wards" really does read like fairy tale. The hero and heroine more or less fall in love at first sight, and while there is quite a bit of interaction between the two, never really 'talk' to each other. (In other words, this is not a very 'deep' or multi-layered book). However, if you can overlook this one niggling factor, the novel becomes quite the fun read, and is a good a way as any to have a couple of hours of escapist fun.
When Mrs. Parsons Academy for Girls closes down, Miss Sarah Whiting realises that she will now have to go home to a stepmother who not only doesn't want her but who actively dislikes her as well. Sarah soon finds that her fears are well founded. Jealous of Sarah's beauty, Lucinda, the Dowager Lady Whitefield, keeps Sarah in complete seclusion, while she (Lucinda) does her level best to snare herself another rich husband. And then the ladies receive news that Sarah is now an heiress. Anxious that she should inherit Sarah's new found wealth, Lucinda sets in motion a murderous plan to rid herself of Sarah permanently. Fortunately, Sarah doesn't die, and is rescued by Ward brothers instead.
Elsewhere Sir Evan Beaumont has allowed being badly scarred and the jilting of his erstwhile fiance to give him full permission to sink into a fit of dismals. Alarmed at the state he finds Sir Evan in, his friend Titus Lindon, the new Earl of Longmire, inveigles Sir Evan to take care of a small problem for him. Apparently the previous earl had given one of the Longmire estate's more desirable tenancies, rent free to a young widow with seven sons for the duration of her lifetime. Now Titus has just gotten married. And his new wife wants the cottage for her own mother and invalid sister. Sure that Mrs. Ward was once the previous earl's mistress, Titus wants Sir Evan to get the "widow" to vacate the cottage. Sir Evan agrees to undertake the task. But upon reaching the cottage and making the acquittance of Mrs. Ward and her seven sons, finds himself becoming quite charmed and enamoured with the family. How on earth can he participate in a plan to put this enchanting family out on the streets? However, Sir Evan also senses that the Wards are hiding something. And he is determined to get to the bottom of it even as he finds himself in danger of losing his bruised heart irrevocably to the mysterious Mrs. Ward.
As for Sarah, she has agreed (albeit reluctantly) to pretend to be the boys' mother so that they will not loose the cottage and be put into the workhouse. But that was before the complication of Sir Evan and her feelings for him intruded. Add to that her fear that Lucinda will discover that she is still alive and come after her, and you have one extremely skittish and nervous young lady. Can Sarah afford to trust Sir Evan with truth? But what if he betrays them and the boys end up in a work house? Suddenly, life for Sarah has become a lot more complicated and perilous than she ever thought it could be...
This latest Lynn Collum offering was a pure joy to read. The plot is not very deep, and the characters were all stock character types. But that didn't detract from the enjoyment I gleaned from reading this novel one bit. If anything it's made me all the more eager to read her next installment in this fairy tale trilogy.
Faezahn
The innocent Sarah Whiting finds herself in a web of intrigue after she returns home from school to an indifferent stepmother who suddeny has a change of heart when Sarah becomes a heiress. Sarah later goes into hiding after a servant in her home apparently tries to kill her. Posing as the mother of the seven orphans who rescued her in order to save them from eviction, Sarah meets Sir Evan. As she falls for him, her deception begins to haunt her. But Sir Evan has secrets of his own...
Wizer
I thought this was very cute. Completely unrealistic of course but in a fun way. I loved that one of the kids sneezed a lot! The hero was interesting - dark and troubled - but not so much that he allowed himself to be a jerk to people. The heroine was smart and sweet.
Cerekelv
This is an interesting take on a fairy tale classic. The characters face dangerous people with courage. Tell children are very likeable.
The story was lightweight, G rated and cute. There were quite a few typos/editing errors -mostly incorrect verb tense - but not enough to make it unreadable.