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  • C. Miller Captivating Lady Charlotte

    Beautiful written piece of historical fiction. This story is power packed with loss and grieving, emotion and family issues, fear to love again,forgiveness, personal growth, friendship and love. There is even some mystery and suspense with malicious mischief to add flair to the story. Spiritual inspiration flowed freely making the read heartfelt. The difference between unconditional love with trust and frivolous crushes with flirting became very clear. Descriptions were so vivid and detailed that the reader feels as if they are back in the 1844 era. The ballgowns were exquisite. The carriage rides exciting. The main characters, Lady Charlotte Featherington and Duke William Hartwell were well fleshed out, interesting and artfully creative. The supporting characters were colorful, well defined, some with good intentions and some devoid of any feelings but deceit, viciousness and evil. Recommended read. I volunteered to read The Captivating Lady. Charlotte. Thanks to the author and bookfun.org for the opportunity. My opinion is my own. (less)

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  • The Captivating Lady Charlotte by Carolyn Miller

    The Captivating Lady Charlotte #2 Regency Brides: A Legacy of Grace by Carolyn Miller It’s 1814, London and beautiful Lady Charlotte Featherington, daughter of a marquess, has her heart set on marrying for love. However, her parents have other plans regarding her marriage, plans that do not necessarily include love but a duke...a very dull duke. The “dull” duke her parents have picked, William Hartwell, knows full well that the captivating Lady Charlotte did not choose him, her father did. However, his heart has chosen her. Can, in time, he win her heart as well? With each page I was swept up into the lives of Charlotte and William as they attempt to form at least a friendship and possibly a marriage. William is a cautious man in opening his heart, he doesn’t want a repeat of his first marriage (I don’t blame him) plus he has a secret he has not divulged as yet to Charlotte. Will that secret send her packing or will she accept him secrets and all? There is much more to William than Charlotte is aware of. He is far from being dull, if she will only give him half a chance...will she? Charlotte is romantic at heart and wants romance in her life (what young girl doesn’t). However, will she learn the true meaning of love as she gets to know William? Will her time with her cousin and her husband shed some light on what true love and trust really is? I like that this book delves much deeper into what real love is, not only between a husband and wife but the spiritual aspect of love as well. It is fun watching Charlotte as she matures into a strong young woman and her faith grows deeper. I was glad to see characters from the first book return in this book. It was like visiting “old friends” and catching up on their lives. There are some unsavory characters with evil plots, causing William—and thereby those close to him—much havoc and dangerous situations. Carolyn Miller has penned a story that takes the reader…at least this reader...on an amazing journey as we step through the pages and follow Charlotte and William’s story. We experience their emotions, the suspense and danger, secrets, joys and sorrows as well as the beautiful London landscape. I appreciate the spiritual theme woven throughout the story-line revealing God's forgiveness, grace, trust, healing and mercy and especially how praising God—even in the most painful circumstances and heartaches—our sorrow is eased as portrayed by Lavinia and Nicholas. The Captivating Lady Charlotte is a remarkable, heartwarming story. ~I received a copy of this book from the author via TBCN (no monetary gain were exchanged), this is my honest review~

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  • Beautiful!

    This may be one of the best romances that explain what love is beyond the emotions and feelings we often confuse it with. This may be a good one to read and discuss with my teenage daughter!!

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  • Fabulous Regency

    The Captivating Lady Charlotte is a romance set in regency England. Lady Charlotte Featherington wants to marry for love and The Duke of Hartington wants to marry someone who loves him back. He is captivated by Lady Charlotte, but is not sure if a woman can be trusted to truly love him in return after his last marriage. This wonderful book follows the twists and turns as the two navigate a relationship together and draw closer to the Lord in the process. I have been waiting to read The Captivating Lady Charlotte since I turned the last page of The Elusive Miss Ellison, Ms. Miller's last book. I have been literally counting down the days until The Captivating Lady Charlotte was released! I was not disappointed. From the moment I first opened the book to the last page I was in heaven. I enjoyed the dialogue, the romantic tension, imagining the wonderful ball scenes, the mystery and adventure. I also found myself reflecting on God's love for me and his purpose for my life as I read the novel. Carolyn Miller has a magical way of weaving in a character's faith that makes it a natural part of the story. It is not forced or an afterthought. I truly enjoyed this novel and now I must wait until fall when the third novel in the series is published. I will have to learn to bare this trial in true regency fashion. I highly recommend The Captivating Lady Charlotte. I was given this book by Book Fun(Book Club Network) and this is my honest review.

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