Lady Bess

Lady Bess Bess Saunders has fallen in love He is big he is charmingly masculine and his Scottish accent sends her reeling with very unmaiden like desires Having inherited his mother s English home and title

  • Title: Lady Bess
  • Author: Claudy Conn
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  • Page: 285
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  • Bess Saunders has fallen in love He is big, he is charmingly masculine, and his Scottish accent sends her reeling with very unmaiden like desires.Having inherited his mother s English home and title, Earl of Dunkirk of Scotland is considered a prize catch by the haute ton He knows one day he will have to marry to carry on his name, but he wants a wife who understands tBess Saunders has fallen in love He is big, he is charmingly masculine, and his Scottish accent sends her reeling with very unmaiden like desires.Having inherited his mother s English home and title, Earl of Dunkirk of Scotland is considered a prize catch by the haute ton He knows one day he will have to marry to carry on his name, but he wants a wife who understands they will each go their own way after she gives him an heir a marriage of convenience.Lady Bess does not fit into those plans How could she She is exquisite, yes, but she is also an innocent who expects faithfulness He won t ruin an innocent, and yet, he can t get her out of his head.All this time, and right in their midst, evil hovers Although Bess doesn t look for it, she finds it and Bess is not your average, simpering female She takes on danger and mayhem like she does everything else full throttle.Adventure ensues as we travel with Bess through romance and the battle of her life

    Bess of Hardwick On August , Bess married the twice widowed Sir William Cavendish died , Treasurer of the King s Chamber, and became Lady Cavendish.The wedding took place at two o clock in the morning, at the home of the Grey family, friends of the couple.Sir William was than twice Bess s age and the father of two daughters. Bess Myerson Bess Myerson July , December , was an American politician, model and television actress who became famous in as the first Jewish Miss America.Myerson is the only Jewish woman to win the title Her achievement, in the aftermath of the Holocaust, was seen as an affirmation of the Jewish place in American life.She was a hero to the Jewish community, where she was the Bess of Hardwick English Heritage Bess of Hardwick Rising from a modest background to become a friend of Elizabeth I and one of the richest women of her time, Bess was also a tireless and ambitious builder, whose houses symbolised her rise to wealth and power. Celebrity Impersonator Book Hire Top Celebrity Lookalike Hire local celebrity look alike impersonator Tribute Band Contact Besser Entertainment Look Alike Agency to book hire top talented celebrity impersonator. The story of Lady Arbella Stuart National Trust History is written by the victors and as such the story of Arbella Stuart, England s future Queen, has been lost to history However, Hardwick is retelling her story at her childhood home and posing the question Is Hardwick a palace or prision years ago a princess lay dying in the Tower of

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    • This was an ok read, it was a free ebook so it is worth it's price. I skim read most of this novel as it was evident early on that it was a typical romance novel with nothing original or that interesting. There was a few things that annoyed me:> If the POV is going to change it needs to be clearly indicated or the way the transitions were written needs improvement.> By far the most annoying thing was the main male characters accent. I can imagine a Scottish accent for myself without having [...]

    • So it was refreshingly short and didn't drag on due to any annoying misunderstandings. Also, the heroine was intelligent enough and didn't make any horrible rash decisions or let her emotions rule her (and consequently make you want to punch her in the face). The only negatives were that I just wasn't all that into it; I didn't really get why the characters were so amazed with each other and then one big drawback? One short juicy scene. Meh. It was alright.

    • Sometimes it is hard to fit into a society when you are one that likes to break the rules. Lady Bess finds herself chaffing at the restraints that keep her from being herself - wild and full of adventure. It doesn't help when a Scottish lord enters the scene and tempts her beyond her control.This was a pleasant romantic read with just a hint of mystery and suspense. The plot was well done as the story moved from each main characters' point of view giving the reader insight into their minds. So t [...]

    • *spoilery*The second Lady Elizabeth Saunders sets eyes on the wealthy Scottish Earl of Dunkirk her world is suspended. He’s the one, she knows it with every fibre of her being but rumour has it he’s a rogue and he's almost taken, so why does he flirt so outrageously with her? How can she protect herself. Does she want to? The Earl likes his bachelor life just as it is thank you very much. A harmless flirtatious dalliance with Bess is no big deal after all he has no designs on her virginal pe [...]

    • I can always depend on Claudy to deliver one hell of a story. Her writing is top notch and her story telling will take you back in time with ease. Lady Bess has it all. Mystery, suspense, action, lust, passion and romance. The combination of all these make for an explosive read. I always fall in love with her male hero's. They are always so yummy :) John of Dunkirk has every quality you would want in a man. Loved his accent. So sexy Makes me wish he was real LOL I wanted to jump into my kindle a [...]

    • Lady Bess by Claudy ConnPrint Length: 197 pagesI bought this book on amazon.My Review~This author has a way with writing! I love her writing style! It wasn't as fast paced as I would liked but it was a great book nonetheless. The author's books are amazing. I can't wait to read more of her books. I love the interactions between the characters and who doesn't love a swoon worthy man! I love the banter between the characters and the dialog. Historical books usually don't capture my fancy but this [...]

    • Lady Bess by Claudy ConnLady Elizabeth of Saunders, better known as Lady Bess, wants to marry for love not convenience. Her heart knows the man she wants, unfortunately it’s someone who enjoys his bachelor life. This young woman decided to go for what she wants and do whatever it takes to get her man and make him fall in love with her.The Earl of Dunkirk is from Scotland but has inherited his mother’s English home and title. Making him a prime piece for those of the ton. His plan is to marry [...]

    • I think this is one of the newer releases for Claudy Conn. This particular one follows the characters Lady Bess and The Earl of Dunkirk. He is a confirmed bachelor who must marry and therefore wants a marriage of convenience so he can go on his merry way. She is waiting for the love of her life and finds the Earl to be that man. We get to be in the minds of both these characters as they begin to understand their feelings for one another. There is additional intrigue in that there is a little boy [...]

    • This Author never disappoints me. I know as soon as I see her name that the story will be amazing!!!This historical romance has mystery, intrigue and a few surprises thrown in which kept me reading to the very end.Lady Bess is not your typical shrinking violet by any means. She has real presence, a mind of her own and beauty. All of which doesn't go unnoticed by John, the earl of Dunkirk. We also meet Donna & Robby, Bess's dearest friends. Together they are drawn into a deadly plot when Bess [...]

    • Like most women I am a fan of accents and well Dunkirk has one and my oh my, "Ye are very generous, lass. Ravishing am I? And so I wish I could be, so long as it pleased ye." Sometimes I get the feeling Bess and Dunkirk aren't just talking about horses, "that shouldn't be a problem. Bold Tim is quite the gentleman, skilled, experienced, and he will know just how to approach her, and unlike other stallions, he won't hurt her when he is done," he said in a low, seductive note." Dunkirk is so hones [...]

    • I can always count on Clady's books to be full of strong characters that I always ending falling in love with, and Lady Bess did exactly that. Bess Saunders is one strong willed women and does not take no for an answer. She will just go and to it anyway and Bess has her eye on the Earl of Dunkirk of Scotland who is naturally a rogue (and what a sexy one at that.) Lady Bess does not fit into his plans. She's innocent who expects faithfulness and he won’t ruin an innocent.What a wonderful love s [...]

    • I was pleasantly surprised to find myself enjoying the characters in this book so quickly. Let's be honest, a free Kindle book in the "bodice ripping" genre can be a lot of fun to read, but the characters usually don't endear themselves to the reader.I loved the banter between Bess and the earl. It was lively, fun and even somewhat realistic. That Bess behaved more like a woman of our times and that is what attracted the earl to her was great. I love strong willed women characters, especially in [...]

    • WOW! I absolutely love the Scotish burr of the earl! I have had a blast visualizing these characters as they banter back and forth. Lady Bess is a young lady with HEART! The earl Land Sakes he is somewhat of a rogue, but he is a lovable character. This story is full of twists and turns, steaminess, and intrigue. I would have finished it earlier if life cooperated a bit more. I so enjoy Claudy Conn's writing style, crisp, clear, and very descriptive. Love this story!I recommend this read to any 1 [...]

    • Lady Bess by Claudy ConnLady Bess grabs you from the beginning to the end. I had stopped reading historical romances but am so glad that I read this one. (I love all Claudy Conn's books especially her paranormal romances). Lady Bess is a brave, innocent heroine and she falls for John, Earl of Dunkirk, who is naturally a rogue (but such a hunk of a rogue). Needless to say the "fun" begins. You'll have to read this book for yourself and believe me, you will just love this one! If I could give this [...]

    • Usually don't read historicals but got this free & decided to give it a try glad I did! Right from the beginning the chemistry was there between the main characters & the story never let up till the end that left me searching for the next installment of this series. & surprisingly pretty clean for a historical romance! Can't wait for more!!

    • This book is incomprehensible. Not only is the formatting of the ebook terrible so that you have no idea where you are or why you are there - I couldn't tell whether I had started reading the book or if I was reading a synopsis of the book. It was really bad. I just can't hang with bad formatting and bad writing.

    • Kind of boring. Too many rhetorical questions: a "Why did he feel this way?" "What was wrong with her?" "How did he even meet her?" "What was she thinking?" etc on every page. But not terribly written, and the mystery (which wasn't really a mystery because it's clear who did it and why) added more of a plot than most of this kind of romance.

    • Fantastic, loved this really exciting Historical Romance. The story was full of action and intrigue. You could nearly feel the air sizzling with passion between the hero Lord John Dunkirk and heroine Lady Bess. Loved the humour and the banter with the other characters. I highly recommend this book.

    • I liked this one quite a bit. The accent quite literally spelled out led to some annoyance, but the story was good and the bits of chaos at the end added some well off bits. I liked the characters. They all had a personality and none seemed flat as they do in some books.

    • I have read most of Claudy Conn's books and keep waiting for a bad one.well this isn't one of them! Claudy Conn keeps the pace moving in this story. Several parts of the story had me laughing out loud. The comedic timing is spot on. The romance is steamy and the male is hot hot hot!

    • Not her best. Kept turning the pages hoping that it would get better. The story and plot was good but it was missing something. Characters were kinda fake compared to her other books.

    • Give me a man with a Scottish brogue any day! I was pleasantly surprised with the nasty female in this Claudy Conn story! Loved all the action and drama.

    • Couldn’t get through more than half of it since I was too put off by the author misspelling words because the male lead has an accent.

    • When we fail to do the things we long to do, we inevitably live with regrets. In Lady Bess, Elisabeth Saunders "Bess" lives in the moment. She rarely second guesses herself. When she meets the Earl of Dunkirk she is immediately drawn to him and his scottish dialect. The Earl is attracted to Bess, but at twenty years of age, he thinks her young, innocent and desirous of marrying for love. He at 29 is far more experienced (in carnal pleasures )and sees marriage as a means of obtaining an heir; thu [...]

    • Book: Lady BessAuthor: Claudy ConnPublication Date: 4/28/2013Reviewed by: Tammy Payne- Book Nook Nuts My Rating: 5 Stars REVIEW Well as with all Claudy Conn’s regency books the Heroines are strong minded and strong willed and Lady Elizabeth aka Lady Bess is true to form. Bess and her good friend Donna are jumping horses and along comes Robby who is Donna’s husband and John Earl of Dunkirk. Bess has fallen into lust right away with him. His Scottish accent sends her toes curling. They are off [...]

    • My thoughts on startingLady Bess : The cover is the first clue. A Regency heroine with a tan, French manicure and decidedly un-regency-esque clothing and hair? I think we all know what the quality of the story is going to be like.On finishing: You can judge a book by its cover. Much like Taffeta and Hotspur , I sort of enjoyedLady Bess , but there were a lot of problems. The historical accuracy is slapdash and the plot well, let's just say AS IF. We had the typical transparent plot twists to inc [...]

    • Lady Bess is not your typical lady. She's of an age that she will soon be considered an old maid, but she is a beauty. She's had offers, but is holding out for love. She's not found anyone who turns her head, or her heart. That is until a Scott comes to his mother's land. The Earl of Dunkirk has been jilted before and no longer believes in the chances of love. He wants an eventual marriage of convenience, nothing more. Bess is something he has not expected though and with her wit and heart she's [...]

    • I really enjoyed this historical romance novella (this was a short read, but it was not a short story). The heroine was a strong female lead, which was refreshing. No simpering or crying for this lady. She took the danger head-on and dealt with it. I loved the hero as well. He was strong and witty. Usually if the heroine is strong, the hero tends to be barely more than a cardboard cut-out of every other stereotypical romantic male lead, but he wasn’t.The only thing that frustrated me with this [...]

    • I liked this story. Thankfully I didn't find many unexplained or confusing things. That was a definite plus. The story was well written, no grammar issues that I noticed. I like how the author dragged out Bess and John's first kiss. I always thought that once a girl got to a certain age, the hair basically always had to be up? That only the young girls aka kids were allowed to wear it down. Isn't it customary* to have sex, for the first time (female), with her on her back? Not on top? Wouldn't t [...]

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