A Ladys Deception

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  • ebook
  • 334 pages
  • A Ladys Deception
  • Pamela Mingle
  • English
  • 04 November 2018
  • 1640631674

About the Author: Pamela Mingle

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A Ladys Deception Mr Hugh Grey and Miss Eleanor Broxton share a scintillating liaison the night before he leaves for war in Canada The memory sustained him for the years he was away Now, the reputed rake is back, knighted, and he s got enough money to right the estate his father left in ruins What would make Sir Hugh Grey s world perfect is the lovely Eleanor by his side Their attraction is sizzling, and the sweet way Hugh is wooing her a kitten, kisses in the moonlight, and expert help in lighting her dreary work space makes Eleanor dream of forever with her strapping knight But she will not risk a scandal, which could ruin his newfound respectability and esteem, especially in her father s eyes When Hugh discovers what she s been hiding, it could drive them apart forever. Free Read A Ladys Deception [ Author ] Pamela Mingle [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – scottishhomebakingawards.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “A Ladys Deception

  1. Sissy& says:

    A Lady s Decption by Pamela Mingle is Book Two in the Haslemere Men Series This is the story of Mr Hugh Grey and Miss Eleanor Broxton I have read the previous book but feel this can easily be a standalone book Hugh and Eleanor had been friends when they were younger and on the Eve of him leaving for Canada he wanted to say goodbye to Eleanor They had an encounter in the barn that meant everything to Eleanor and she hoped it meant something to Hugh But for about three years she never he A Lady s Decption by Pamela Mingle is Book Two in the Haslemere Men Series This is the story of Mr Hugh Grey and Miss Eleanor Broxton I have read the previous book but feel this can easily be a standalone book Hugh and Eleanor had been friends when they were younger and on the Eve of him leaving for Canada he wanted to say goodbye to Eleanor They had an encounter in the barn that meant everything to Eleanor and she hoped it meant something to Hugh But for about three years she never heard from him and now his is back in town trying to...

  2. Jultri says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here New author to me The writing is entertaining enough but I had major issues with the main characters and there were also loads of unexplained plotlines Hero and heroine had a passionate encounter in a stable after a brief courtship and both knowing fully well, he was to depart for war in Canada war the next day So off he went and she remained behind, knocked up and with little options but to foster out her bub He comes back two and a bit years later, knighted for his heroic wartime services a New author to me The writing is entertaining enough but I had major issues with the main characters and there were also loads of unexplained plotlines Hero and heroine had a passionate encounter in a stable after a brief courtship and both knowing fully well, he was to depart for war in Canada war the next day So off he went and she remained behind, knocked up and with little options but to foster out her bub He comes back two and a bit years later, knighted for his heroic wartime services and taking over the family estate after the passing of his father He tries to pick up with the heroine where they left off in terms of physical fooling around stuff and becomes annoyed when she puts up her token resistance Accuses her of being a bit of a tease basically, never mind that she is a gentlewoman to be courted respectfully and not treated like a two bit whore The heroine al...

  3. Sonya Heaney says:

    So much for the heroine s fair hair gives the cover designer a dirty look I don t consider it a spoiler to say that this is a secret baby book The information is right there in the blurb, and it is information we learn very early on.I m going to say this at the start a skunk is an American animal There was some US English in this book I overlooked because the writing was good, but the suggestion of skunks in the forests of 1810s England made me groan.I was really excited when I starte So much for the heroine s fair hair gives the cover designer a dirty look I don t consider it a spoiler to say that this is a secret baby book The information is right there in the blurb, and it is information we learn very early on.I m going to say this at the start a skunk is an American animal There was some US English in this book I overlooked because the writing was good, but the suggestion of skunks in the forests of 1810s England made me groan.I was really excited when I started reading Despite belatedly noticing the book dealt with my most hated trope that secret baby , I was enjoying this so much I stayed up until sunrise reading.However, as the story continued and continued it became quite clear this was yet another secret baby book where the hero wouldn t find out he was a father until too late for the woman to be redeemed in my eyes She had no good reason for her secrets and lies They were back together, lovers, declaring their love, no barrie...

  4. Tam says:

    Hugh and Eleanor s story was sigh worthy And, I mean that in a good way Hugh was so romantic and sweet He gave Eleanor a kitten, for Heaven s sake That was a swoon worthy move in my opinion Eleanor can t help but be swept off of her feet by Hugh, again But, the secret she is hiding from him could destroy everything I was instantly drawn into this tale of second chances, and I did not want to put my Kindle down The ...

  5. MarytheBookLover says:

    My Opinion I like both of these characters and they did have plenty of passion between them I just felt like someone should smack some sense into both of them Hugh for not acting like a grown up and putting the past behind him to move forward and Eleanor for not telling the truth from the start With the back and forth throughout the book, it just made me want to shake them The writing was good and I didn t get bored reading this story I just felt that there was just to much back and forth a My Opinion I like both of these characters and they did have plenty of passion between them I just felt like someone should smack some sense into both of them Hugh for not acting like a grown up and putting the past behind him to move forward and Eleanor for not telling the truth from the start With the back and forth throughout the book, it just made me want to shake them The writing was good and I didn t get bored reading this story I just felt that there was just to much back and f...

  6. Nicole says:

    I received this book from net galley for an honest review Thank you This novel was a nice read The story begins with what happened with the couple two years ago and where they are two years later It gave some incite on how each character progressed, but the past always has a way of returning Unless you confront it, you cannot move forward in life.Miss Eleanor Broxton is a shy young lady who got to know Mr Hugh Grey before he left for Canada She liked Hugh and was sad to see him leave, but I received this book from net galley for an honest review Thank you This novel was a nice read The story begins with what happened with the couple two years ago and where they are two years later It gave some incite on how each character progressed, but the past always has a way of returning Unless you confront it, you cannot move forward in life.Miss Eleanor Broxton is a shy young lady who got to know Mr Hugh Grey before he left for Canada She liked Hugh and was sad to see him leave, but they had a passionate night together before Hugh left Hugh liked Eleanor and when he returns, has plans to marry her However, Eleanor has changed in the last two years She designs dresses for the ton even though her father has money What purpose does she have for doing this Hugh returns to take over his responsibilities of running the estate after the death of his father He was a rogue in the past, but after meeting Eleanor, he ...

  7. Cathy Geha says:

    A Lady s Deception by Pamela MingleHaslemere Men 2One night of abandon between Hugh and Eleanor before he left for war in Canada changed their lives inways than one His return found him knighted, restoring the family residence, still estranged from his mother and brother and also still interested in Eleanor The story is in keeping with t...

  8. Valerie says:

    I enjoyed reading A Lady s Deception It was a fast paced book that read very easily The characters had personality that I could understand and sympathize with Eleanor struggles to support her desire for independence among the dissatisfaction from her family Sir Hugh fights to understand the clashing emotions from Eleanor as well as his own towards his own family Then Eleanor s secret and how it changed everyone s world A really good ...

  9. Lux Lewis says:

    Hugh Grey and Eleanor Broxton shared an amorous dalliance the night before he left to join the war forces in Canada They didn t have any communication in the years they were apart Sir Hugh Grey came back form the war, knighted and financially able to restore their old house to its former glory Eleanor and Hugh have realised that their deep affection for each other hasn t abated They eventually laid bare their ardent feelings for each other but Eleanor have some misgivings She hasn t been tr Hugh Grey and Eleanor Broxton shared an amorous dalliance the night before he left to join the war forces in Can...

  10. Candy Briggs says:

    Hugh Grey brought a commission and was leaving for Canada in a day or two Eleanor Broxton, he had meet at a house party He felt an instant connection, as did she They ended having a liason and then he left She started a dressmakers business and worked very hard After two years, he returned and started working on his house.It seems to me, that if he cared about her, it would have taken less than three weeks to go see her Makes you wonder The author has taken an interesting plot and made it Hugh Grey brought a commission and was leaving for Canada in a day or two Eleanor Broxton, he had meet at a house party He felt an instant connection, as did she They ended having a liason and then he left She started a dress...