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  • Excellent Regency Romance!

    Misleading Miss Verity is the third title in the Daughters of Aynsley series and Verity Hatherleigh is the heroine this time. She is impulsive and often unladylike and her father thinks that she needs guidance and direction so off she goes to Scotland. It is there that she thinks she has found a special friend in the gardener at Dungally but as the title suggests, Miss Verity is being misled! Anthony Jardine is actully the owner of this large Scottish estate but he prefers to be anonymous. It is as their friendship deepens that the complications begin. I enjoyed reading the descriptions of the estate, the surrounding village, and the references to Regency society, but it was the interaction between Verity and Anthony that I especially loved. There are many wonderful characters and lots of drama but the romance and the faith-filled message are the key points that I loved. Misleading Miss Verity is a wonderful way to wrap up the Regency Brides series and I do believe it is Miller's best book yet! Fans of Regency romance and Christian fiction will definitely want to read this book. I received a copy of this book from the author and Kregal Publications but I am voluntarily sharing my thoughts. These are my own opinions.

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  • Beautiful and Heartwarming Regency Romance!

    Verity Hatherleigh, the youngest of the three daughters of Lord Aynsley, is at a constant battle of wars with her mother. She’s not the proper lady her parents expect her to be, constantly breaking the rules of etiquette society demands with her outspoken and vibrant personality. She says what she thinks and never worries what others will think… But after a handful of scrapes, her parents send her off to Scotland with her grandmother, to rethink her headstrong ways and calm her constant impulses and outbursts. Verity battles against resentment for not being understood and accepted as she is by her family, but her positive personality doesn't leave much time to dwell on these negative thoughts. But when her grandmother learns that her parents are planning already her marriage to a dull man, she decides to help her granddaughter and sends her to her best friend Christina’s home, where she had already been invited but her mother had rejected the invitation. Anthony Jardine has to leave his role as a curate, when he inherits Dungally Castle and becomes the new laird. But when he finally arrives, he finds nothing but trouble and resentment in his estate and with his tenants. Things turn out more difficult to settle than he ever imagined, but he’s determined to win his people and to really help them improve their circumstances. But is he strong enough for the task that has landed on him? Then, sweet and spunky Verity appears trespassing his land, thinking it abandoned, as it has been for more than a year. And when she mistakes him for the gardener, he finds it appealing to follow her mistake, and just be the simple gardener she expects him to be. It’s a way to win others appreciation without being misjudged as the previous and careless previous laird, which he is finding hard to change with his tenants. But as he gets to know her, an easy friendship immediately forms, as he finds fascinating Verity’s sincerity and outspoken personality as well as her compassionate heart. But when feelings start to turn into love, will he be able to let her know who he truly is? Will the deception be to much for Verity to forgive? And yet another problem… Will Verity share his faith, because as of now, she sees God as a distant superior being who doesn’t bother with His creatures. How can he help her change her vision of God and her relationship with him? This is a sweet and romantic and totally “regency” romance that I loved. In the previous stories, we get to see bits of feisty and headstrong Verity, but there’s so much deepness to her personality that a girl who merely wants to do her own mind. She may seem superficial at first, but she is caring, compassionate and a justice passionate lover, with the strength to defend those in the direst need. And Anthony also grows his personality as the book develops. He may be overburdened at first but he takes action with his own hands to do what he thinks the Lord expects from him. To make things right in his estate and with his people… As of the feisty and adorable Verity, you’ll have to read the book to find out if they find their happily ever after, through many mishaps, adventure, well intended deception, and the search for the truth that fills our heart. They were both perfectly matched for each other, but there were two things that separate them: innocent deception and her lack of faith. Will their love be enough to conquer these obstacles? Will Verity discover her true self and worth, that depends only on God's eyes and not on others expectations? I though the plot was completely engaging and it never dragged. Between Verity’s and Anthony’s point of view, it was a delighful read, full of sweetness, real issues like the need of forgiveness and not misjudge on appearances, the need of faith to give life true direction and full meaning, etc. Between this all, the romance was clean and sweet, and there where scenes full of humor that made you laugh out loud! I truly enjoyed this story and think that it was the perfect conclusion to the Aynsley’s Daughter’s Series, with the story of the most complex, yet strongminded and outstanding character of the sisters. Verity deserved a good story, a good and honorable man, and that’s what she might get… If only she doesn’t let her pride fall in the way. I totally recommend this story to Regency Romance lovers. This is truly Regency, it felt similar to classic authors, like Jane Austen or Georgette Heyer. The descriptions of the place and customs is vivid in detail and makes you feel trasported to that unique era!

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  • Misleading Miss Verity by Carolyn Miller

    Misleading Miss Verity #3 Daughters of Aynsley by Carolyn Miller Verity Hatherleigh doesn’t always behave in the manner in which a daughter of a viscount should behave. She often finds herself in situations that her own antics, scrapes and impulsiveness place her in. As a consequence of her impulsiveness, her parents ship her off to her grandmother, as a punishment of sorts, but her grandmother knows exactly what Verity needs and sends her to Scotland where she finds her true-self. Verity is really a full-of-fun and a delightful young lady, albeit somewhat unsure of her value to others. Her escapades had me chuckling and wondering what mischief she will get into next. Her life in Scotland is much different than her home in England and as such she opens up in ways she never dreamed of and finds far more than she would have expected in this “punishment”. Learning of the unwavering love the Lord has for her (all of us), she finds a deep faith and love of Christ, which reveals her true value. The new laird of Dungally, Anthony Jardine is also unsure of his value to others. Will the community see him as another curate that robs and is uncaring or will his true nature and integrity bring an end to the mistrust? There is much intrigue and mystery in the castle he now calls home. With the help of his neighbors, Variety included, he discovers some hidden secrets that may help in his quest as curate. He is an intelligent and compassionate godly man who soon endears himself to the estate community in his care. Will Verity find him such? I have never been to Scotland, but with the in depth descriptions of Scotland, the castle and grounds surrounding it, I could envision it clearly. One of my favorite characters is young Benjamin. He is full of life, joy and a mischievous lad and jumps into the antics Verity often finds herself in. A fun, heartwarming ending to the Daughters of Aynsley. ~I received a copy of this book from the author/publisher (no monetary gain were exchanged), this is my honest review~

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  • Regency At it’s Best

    Wow....just wow. How does this author continue to outdo herself with each book. I’ve loved this series and it concludes with a bang. I was drawn to a Verity as a secondary character but she is so much deeper and adorable in her own story. Her escapades and antics leave you laughing or shaking your head. You will feel deep compassion when you find out what drives her, as we all just want to be loved and finding the deep and abiding love of Christ is paramount in our acceptance of self. The descriptive words have you envisioning the grounds and castle of Scotland and the characters will worm their way into your heart, especially the new laird and young Benjamin. If you haven’t read this series what are you waiting for as it would make a perfect Christmas gift for the readers in your life. Highly recommend! I received a complimentary copy from the author/publisher. The honest review and opinions are my own and were not required.

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  • Misleading Miss Verity

    Misleading Miss Verity, the third book from the Regency Brides: Daughters of Aynsley series. It is, also, my first novel I have read by Carolyn Miller. It will definitely not be the last. Even though, it is part of a series, I feel it can be read as a stand-alone. I instantly loved Verity from the start. She was a fun and entertaining character. I enjoyed watching her grow and learn some powerful lessons. Her friendship with Anthony was delightful. I would give Misleading Miss Verity one hundred stars if I could. I can not wait to read the other books in the Regency Brides: Daughters of Aynsley series. As well as, other books from Carolyn Miller. I highly recommend this one for readers who enjoy clean, sweet and inspiring regency era books. I received this book from the publisher. This review is 100% my own honest opinion.

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