!!> BOOKS ✻ Viscount Breckenridge to the Rescue ✴ Author Stephanie Laurens – 9tvuk.us

Viscount Breckenridge to the RescueThree Heros, Three Rescues, Three Weddings.You Are Cordially Invited To The Wedding Of Miss Heather Cynsterbut Not Before She Encounters Kidnappers, Danger, And A Daring Rescue At The Hands Of Viscount Breckenridge.Determined To Hunt Down Her Very Own Hero, One Who Will Sweep Her Off Her Feet And Into Wedded Bliss, And Despairing Of Finding Him In London S Staid Ballrooms, Heather Cynster Steps Out Of Her Safe World And Boldly Attends A Racy Soiree.But Her Promising Hunt Is Ruined By The Supremely Interfering Viscount Breckenridge, Who Whisks Her Out Of Scandal And Straight Into Danger When A Mysterious Enemy Seizes Her, Bundles Her Into A Coach, And Conveys Her Out Of London.Now It S Up To The Notorious Breckenridge To Prove Himself The Hero She S Been Searching For All Along

Stephanie Laurens was born in Sri Lanka, which was at the time the British colony of Ceylon When she was 5, her family moved to Melbourne, Australia, where she was raised After continuing through school and earning a Ph.D in Biochemistry in Australia, Stephanie and her husband moved to Great Britain, taking one of the last true overland journeys from Katmandu to London.Once in London, Stephanie

!!> BOOKS ✻ Viscount Breckenridge to the Rescue ✴ Author Stephanie Laurens – 9tvuk.us
  • Paperback
  • 448 pages
  • Viscount Breckenridge to the Rescue
  • Stephanie Laurens
  • English
  • 15 December 2017
  • 9780749955045

10 thoughts on “Viscount Breckenridge to the Rescue

  1. says:

    I need a special rating for romance One that depicts, Oh, you know historical romance There are a lot of things that are so typical to the genre that I d get tired of complaining about them in every review, and this one has all of them.What entertains me is finding the ones that sway away from the norms You know, heroines that don t have delicate hands, men who don t make every woman they meet swoon I m still in love with Deborah Simmons for that one hero of hers that s oh so dreamy, then we find out, people other than our heroine don t really think so Or that other book where the heroine was all wild and the hero was the only one who seemed to think she was beautiful It s not blatant, in either case, but Simmons tried, dammit We re going over the tropes here, so I can make jabbing comments here and there throughout the year, on other romances.1 You know, in order for readers to think a man s manly, he has to have lots and lots of experience but, of course, he s never felt for those ladies what he does when he s with the heroine.This book Well, dontcha know, Breckenridge is the ton s foremost rake 2 The hero expects the heroine to be a typical ton damsel when shit hits the fan Guys, I have no freaking clue what the hell a typical ton damsel is, in any sense except that one s never been the heroine of a historical romance According to the stories, anyhow.This book certainly had that The going...

  2. says:

    Hadrian s Wall in Scotland,built by the Romans around AD 122 This is a review of the audiobook I ve never hear Matthew Brenher narrate before, but I liked his reading of this first in The Cynster Sisters Trilogy He enunciates nicely and has a great Scottish accent, where applicable Sometimes he needs to pause a bit, as he seemed to drone on at times, but I think that was due to my having read so many of this author s books and she gets repetitive It isn t easy for a man to read me the love scenes, especially in Historical Romances as opposed to PNR or UF , but he gave a very nice performance and his female voices weren t falsetto deliveries.I was surprised I enjoyed the story line in one as much as I did Ms Sanders has a template she uses for her long running Cynster series, but in VBttR she gives the reader a little something different here a kidnapping right off the get go Then there is also the mysterious Highlander, and trying to figure out not only his intent, but also if he is potential hero material for a future book in this series, or truly evil When Ms Landers stuck to that, I was thoroughly entertained That, and the first love scene worked for me I thought it was going to be a five star read for me However, she lapsed back into the same old theme of the heroin...

  3. says:

    Why do I do this to myself I stopped reading anything by Stephanie Laurens a while ago, but for some reason I picked this up when I saw it in the library And nothing has changed The heroine in every Stephanie Laurens book I ve read is so ridiculously stubborn, I want to pull my hair out I don t know about anyone else, but I don t want my heroines to be prissy little shrews A woman can be independent and strong without having to bend every man to her will, or go against everything anyone else says Here s how these books tend to go Hero Don t jump off of that cliff, you ll kill yourself on the rocks below Heroine You can t tell me what to do Heroine jumps off the cliff.Hero Thank god This one wasn t quite as bad as some of the other Cynster books, but it was still enough to be extremely frustrating Plot wise, it was oknot incredibly original, but there were some good moments Unfor...

  4. says:

    I loved this book Mystery, romance, suspense, unknown characters, old times, an abduction, a hero, an old flame this sums it up Can t wait to read the next book.

  5. says:

    Rating starsHeather Cynster starts off as a strong, intelligent h and later devolves into an annoying, clueless and yes, pushy twerp The entire time, Timothy Davers aka Breckenridge, clearly loves her, works a bit of James Bond magic with disguise minus the gimmicks And yet Heather is blind far too long So long, in fact, I lost interest in whether or not if Breckenridge would oblige her Nothing she did followed logic at all Not until fate steps in to intervene.Richard Scandal Catriona, along with their brood make an appearan...

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    Big Fat MEH Every Stephanie Laurens I read is worse and worse Since when did Ms Laurens begin writing, a la Nora Roberts, in short, choppy sentences It was almost painful to read, and frankly I felt as though my intelligence was being insulted The initial premise abduction for mysterious reasons by a mysterious nobleman was promising It quickly devolved into Heather which reminds me, which early 18th century noblewomen were named Heather Isn t that a MallRats kind of name being SuperAwesome at fooling her captors and Breckenridge being SuperAwesome at following them The hot parts were so loooooooooooooong that, honestly, I started to flip through them a bad sign Much too much of a good thing Also, MUCH TOO MUCH of le Grande Misunderstanding, and MUCH TOO MUCH Cynster stubbornness Really Only one family in all of Great Britain is allowed to have stubborn, illogical, highanded women men Heather got on my nerves TSTL with regards to Breckenridge, but an almighty know it all about everything else Breckenridge less so Yes, I realize he was highhanded and closed off to his feelings However, I think what s really happening is that the hero is being written period appropriate, and the heroine is being written as a modern woman They don t necessarily match up But I di...

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    Summary Determined to hunt down her very own hero, one who will sweep her off her feet and into wedded bliss, and despairing of finding him in London s staid ballrooms, Heather Cynster steps out of her safe world and boldly attends a racy soiree But her promising hunt is ruined by the supremely interfering Viscount Breckenridge, who whisks her out of scandal and straight into danger when a mysterious enemy seizes her, bundles her into a coach, and conveys her out of London Now it s up to the notorious Breckenridge to prove himself the hero she s been searching for all along I ve been a follower of the Cynster family for quite some time I love all of them, and most of the time I liked the books as well But the further the series goes, the less I like the books They are all really similar and I get the feeling that I already read the book.The book started out great The kidnapping and the ride north and the escape as well were riveting, I stayed up late because I couldn t put the book down And then when Heather was finally free, things went downh...

  8. says:

    Why I Listened That s a question I asked myself numerous times throughout the book Seriously though, I reviewed it for the Speaking of Audiobooks column at AAR but my review rant is just too long for the column So, with permission, I m posting it here Read on at your peril.What it s about Viscount Breckenridge to the Rescue is the first book in the Cynster Brides series by Australian author Stephanie Laurens Heather Cynster, daughter of Martin and Celia, is abducted from a soiree in London The abduction is witnessed by Viscount Breckenridge, a not friend of hers They don t get along he thinks she s too young for him there s a 10 year age gap and keeps his distance, she thinks he considers her a child Breckenridge follows and tries to rescue her but Heather has discovered that the kidnappers wanted only a Cynster daughter not specifically Heather and given that she s being treated well they hired a maid for her, for countenance she thinks it is best to stay in their clutches and extract information about the villain behind the scheme so...

  9. says:

    What a great story In my opinion, this was not a typical Stephanie Laurens book For me, there was a touch humor, and a lot action I love the overlying story arch that is flowing through this book and leads t...

  10. says:

    1.5 starsShort review If you ve read one Cynster book, no need to read another you ve read them all Long review Silly me I had hoped that a year or two or without a Laurens book would be long enough to get me to like her next offerings Unfortunately, it was not so The same style, the same descriptions, the same alpha male, the same headstrong female Blah Adding insult to injury, this book was boring The pacing was slow, slow, slow The first half of the book is the journey to Gretna Green They are on the road, in hotels, interrogating the kidnappers and then meeting up at night to regurgitate what they had learned Hardly anything happened, and the sexual tension I don t know whether it was because I did not feel invested in this book, but I couldn t really feel it until the second half of the book The second half of the book, the start of which was Breckenridge s brilliant and completely unoriginal plan to seduce his lady into marriage, thinking that sex was the answer to everything UGH And now I m stuck at the point when the couple have a huge tiff because the h...

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