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    Great Story

    Another exciting addition to the Worthington's series! When an intelligent young lady wants to further her studies and go to university, why would her family stand in her way? Well first it was in Italy and second Lady Augusta's mother was set on her having a season and getting married. She does agree to the one season but makes no plans to encourage any men which would mess up her plans to travel. Now, just has to convince her brother she will be fine and very careful while away. Lord Phineas had come home to England to visit his brother after his latest travels out of the country. He is being pressured to marry and produce a male heir due to his brother and his wife only having girls. He was anxious to start traveling again but committed to stay until the end of the season and look for a potential wife.. Sound perfect together? Both love to travel, are extremely intelligent and will be out in society! As it turns out, these two do meet and end up traveling together and getting to know each other. Ella Quinn has an extraordinary knowledge of the history and culture that is dynamic and you will feel as if you are seeing the sights as our couple travel through many countries before reaching Italy. She is a wonderful wordsmith drawing the characters out and taking them on a journey of discovery and most of all, their feelings which slowly develop. Such a delightful story with lovable characters and sparkling banter that will have you smiling at the end!!
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    Believe in Me

    Ella came with again story to read. It took a bit long to read but I got to the end!Augusta watched her do to go to where she can't. Yet! She has also watched Phinn. He has watched her. He wants to marry her. She wants to travel. Her mother doesn't want to see her go. Now everyone is coming. All the gentlemen come calling and she pushes them away! All who came were learning. Start in Paris and go to buy for the Balls. While then the pets come to. Special cats and a Great Dane. Phinn still asks to marry. No. Phinn has to marry so the heir will keep the line going. Where they get Germany Phinn gets wobbling with friends. You figure it. Augusta gets a boy following her and won't go away until his father takes him away. I was surprised that I was there when I was there! After Augusta got to try to get into a school and got send away. This was a really good book to read. Give this book a chance! I would recommend this read!
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    He had never met a woman like her.

    Lady Augusta Viviers had made up her mind that she would study at the university in Padua, Italy, and that was final. When she informs her brother, the Earl of Worthington who is also her guardian, and her mother of the fact, the former is livid, the latter distraught. Her brother somewhat comes around, but her mother insists Augusta must marry and forget her silly notions of higher learning. Lord Phineas Carter-Woods' brother, the Marquis of Dorchester, also wants Phineas to wed soon, to ensure that the title is secure. Phinn has no intention of getting married in the immediate future. But Helen, Phinn's sister-in-law, is determined to help the family cause, and she introduces Augusta, a scholar, to Phinn, an architect. Helen knows they will be perfect for each other. They are, but how could they ever reconcile their futures, so at odds with married life? Would they even want to alter their plans? The premise is not be the most original, but historical accuracy goes a long way in this sixth installment of The Worthingtons. As much as I love the series, the sheer number of characters is becoming a bit overwhelming. The series is looking more and more like a family saga than interconnected standalone novels. There are so many characters that it's hard to remenber who's what to whom. All the introductions and keeping up with everyone weigh down the narrative, and could easily discourage a new reader. If you feel it might be the case, do not worry too much about getting lost; simply concentrate on the main characters and you'll do fine. The romance between Augusta and Phinn progresses quite slowly, partly because they don't want it to happen.They, too, realise they are ideally suited, but the timing is all wrong. The story itself could have easily been a novella, were it not for the fact that the author treats us to our own Regency Grand Tour, as we leisurely stroll about in Paris, Germany, Hungary, Austria, before reaching Italy. Ella Quinn has done more than her homework: her knowledge of European culture and history is most impressive and her descriptions vibrant. It does take a long time for the romance to unfold, but the road to the happily ever after is a delightfully educational one. Augusta and Phinn are both very appealing characters, and I love that there was no unpleasantness of any sort; the romance is utterly charming. Ms. Quinn is her usual eloquent self, the dialogues are particularly witty, everything feels entirely genuine. In fact, in two instances, maybe even a tad too realistic. I was surprised that the "dangerous obstacles" of the book description consisted of little more than a rather bizarre episode towards the end. However, Phinn's grand gesture was worth the time it took to reach the destination, and made it all worthwhile. I give 3 1/2 stars
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    Believe in Me

    A fun read! Twists and turns with a romp across Europe by sea, land and river barge 1880's style! Some heavy breathing!
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    Awesome Historical Romance

    Believe In Me is a fantastic historical romance by Ella Quinn. Ms. Quinn has once again delivered a well-written book and a smooth read. The characters are outstanding, you can't help but love them. Augusta wants only one thing, to attend Padua and further her studies. Phineas is under pressure to find a wife and produce an heir. Phineas and Augusta's story takes you on a voyage that's filled with drama, humor, action and spice. I enjoyed reading Believe In Me and look forward to my next book by Ella Quinn. Believe In Me is book 6 of The Worthingtons Series but can be read as a standalone. This is a complete book, not a cliff-hanger. I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book that I received from NetGalley. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
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