An Ideal Companion E–pub/Kindle

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REVIEW Ï PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Ó Anne Ashley

CHARACTERS An Ideal Companion î PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB REVIEW Ï PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Ó Anne Ashley REVIEW An Ideal Companion Meets the eye Ruth seeks the one man who can help her uncover the truth the enigmatic Colonel But in a world where nothing is what it seems can Ruth and Hugo come to put their trust in each othe. This was a really good read for me It s like the fourth or fifth book by this author that I ve read and while I wouldn t say it was my favorite it certainly made for good reading Ms Ashley has a wonderful writing style and keeps the various aspects of her stories her characters behavior and speech as well as the events of the story historically appropriate which makes them a delight to read Her books put me in mind of those written by authors such as Austen Bronte and others of their ilkI ve read reviews where readers have said that Ms Ashley s stories as being unemotional However I disagree with this assessment at least I didn t find that to be the case with this book or any of Ms Ashley s other books Ms Ashley keeps her characters behavior true to the regency period on which the story is set Conseuently although her characters do experience a gamut of emotions from fear anger and jealousy all the way up to passion and love they do behave in a formal somewhat constrained by today s standards manner which is very much in keeping with Regency England Nonetheless you should be aware that Ms Ashley tends to heavily employ the use of narrative format where dialogue would normally be used This is a tactic that can be offputting for some readers as a matter of fact it s a method that I myself don t usually enjoy Nevertheless IMO Ms Ashley does an outstanding job thus I never once felt removed from the storyAs with all the Ashley novels that I ve read this book is extremely well written with wonderfully developed characters and an extremely interesting storyline Ruth Harrington works as a companion to Lady Beatrice Lindley Lady Beatrice is very fond of Ruth and for the most part is an easy employer but she is very much embittered with society and people in general due to her past experiences An unexpected snowstorm results in a mishmash of people arriving on Lady Beatrice s doorstep seeking shelter The hero a recently retired Army Colonel Hugo Prentiss is among those who seeks shelter Ruth is immediately attracted to the physically imposing Colonel but is aware that in all probability she will never see him again once the roads clear and he is able to resume his journey For his part Hugo is drawn to Ruth who brings out his protective instinctsWhen Lady Beatrice is found dead in her bed the next morning Hugo initially offers Ruth his aid He is suspicious of the manner by which Lady Beatrice died which he suspects is not from natural causes However once Hugo determines that Ruth is Lady Beatrice s heir his suspicions turn towards her and he decides against his natural inclinations to hold his tongue For her part Ruth suspects nothing until months later when she discovers that Lady Beatrice was the picture of health and did not contrary to her claim suffer from a heart condition At this point Ruth decides to pursue the issue of Lady Beatrice s death to determine once and for all if her death was due to natural causes or foul Being aware of Hugo s initial suspicions regarding Lady Beatrice s manner of death Ruth seeks him out Once Hugo realizes Ruth is determined to uncover the mystery of Lady Beatrice s death he decides to help her From there the story progressesThe events of the story begin at the country estate of Lady Beatrice and continues on to London Ruth and Hugo do get to spend a significant amount of time together and as they get to know each other their feelings for one another do grow and develop into love My only complaint about the story is that the mystery surrounding Lady Beatrice s death is a bit disappointing I was all geared up for some real intrigue and excitement which never came to pass Instead the mystery takes a back seat for the most part and seems to exist solely to provide a reason for the Hugo and Ruth to connect Nonetheless this book made for a very entertaining readWhatever I found lacking with regards to the mystery is than made up for by the sweetness of the relationship that develops between Hugo and Ruth Pretty early Hugo becomes determined to make the independent beauty his own but Ruth is reluctant to commit because she suspects that Hugo is still carrying a torch for his late fianc e who died some ten years previous although nothing could be further from the truthSo bottom line I thoroughly enjoyed this book and would recommend it as a worthwhile read FYI this is a sueaky clean romance Happy reading Skin Talks uncover the truth the enigmatic Colonel But in a world where nothing is what it seems can Ruth and Hugo come to put their trust in each othe. This was a really good read for me It s like the fourth or fifth book by this author that I ve read and while I wouldn t say it was my favorite it certainly made for good reading Ms Ashley has a wonderful writing style and keeps the various aspects of her stories her characters behavior and speech as well as the events of the story historically appropriate which makes them a delight to read Her books put me in mind of those written by authors such as Austen Bronte and others of their ilkI ve read reviews where readers have said that Ms Ashley s stories as being No hay as felices Verónica Rosenthal #3 unemotional However I disagree with this assessment at least I didn t find that to be the case with this book or any of Ms Ashley s other books Ms Ashley keeps her characters behavior true to the regency period on which the story is set Conseuently although her characters do experience a gamut of emotions from fear anger and jealousy all the way Poesía reunida up to passion and love they do behave in a formal somewhat constrained by today s standards manner which is very much in keeping with Regency England Nonetheless you should be aware that Ms Ashley tends to heavily employ the Historia De La Argentina Deseada Ensayo use of narrative format where dialogue would normally be This Is Not That Dawn used This is a tactic that can be offputting for some readers as a matter of fact it s a method that I myself don t El juego de Sade usually enjoy Nevertheless IMO Ms Ashley does an outstanding job thus I never once felt removed from the storyAs with all the Ashley novels that I ve read this book is extremely well written with wonderfully developed characters and an extremely interesting storyline Ruth Harrington works as a companion to Lady Beatrice Lindley Lady Beatrice is very fond of Ruth and for the most part is an easy employer but she is very much embittered with society and people in general due to her past experiences An The Coast of Utopia unexpected snowstorm results in a mishmash of people arriving on Lady Beatrice s doorstep seeking shelter The hero a recently retired Army Colonel Hugo Prentiss is among those who seeks shelter Ruth is immediately attracted to the physically imposing Colonel but is aware that in all probability she will never see him again once the roads clear and he is able to resume his journey For his part Hugo is drawn to Ruth who brings out his protective instinctsWhen Lady Beatrice is found dead in her bed the next morning Hugo initially offers Ruth his aid He is suspicious of the manner by which Lady Beatrice died which he suspects is not from natural causes However once Hugo determines that Ruth is Lady Beatrice s heir his suspicions turn towards her and he decides against his natural inclinations to hold his tongue For her part Ruth suspects nothing Girl of Nightmares until months later when she discovers that Lady Beatrice was the picture of health and did not contrary to her claim suffer from a heart condition At this point Ruth decides to pursue the issue of Lady Beatrice s death to determine once and for all if her death was due to natural causes or foul Being aware of Hugo s initial suspicions regarding Lady Beatrice s manner of death Ruth seeks him out Once Hugo realizes Ruth is determined to The Very Expensive Coconut uncover the mystery of Lady Beatrice s death he decides to help her From there the story progressesThe events of the story begin at the country estate of Lady Beatrice and continues on to London Ruth and Hugo do get to spend a significant amount of time together and as they get to know each other their feelings for one another do grow and develop into love My only complaint about the story is that the mystery surrounding Lady Beatrice s death is a bit disappointing I was all geared The Truth About Me A Hijra Life Story up for some real intrigue and excitement which never came to pass Instead the mystery takes a back seat for the most part and seems to exist solely to provide a reason for the Hugo and Ruth to connect Nonetheless this book made for a very entertaining readWhatever I found lacking with regards to the mystery is than made Ayodhya up for by the sweetness of the relationship that develops between Hugo and Ruth Pretty early Hugo becomes determined to make the independent beauty his own but Ruth is reluctant to commit because she suspects that Hugo is still carrying a torch for his late fianc e who died some ten years previous although nothing could be further from the truthSo bottom line I thoroughly enjoyed this book and would recommend it as a worthwhile read FYI this is a sueaky clean romance Happy reading


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    An Ideal Companion E–pub/Kindle A little long winded for me but as the story progresses there is a nice mystery set between a romance

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    REVIEW Ï PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Ó Anne Ashley An Ideal Companion E–pub/Kindle This was a book with potential but the ending was a bit of a damp suib I wanted there to be a murder a proper mystery and in the end

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  • Kindle Edition
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  • An Ideal Companion
  • Anne Ashley
  • English
  • 16 January 2018
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