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Free read È Blackmoore ✓ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ò [PDF / Epub] ☂ Blackmoore By Julianne Donaldson – Gym-apparel.co.uk Kate Worthington knows her heart and she knows she will never marry Her plan is to travel to India instead—if only to find peace for her restless spirit and to escape the family she abhorT her heart captive Will the proposal she is determined to reject actually be the one thing that will set her heart freeSet in Northern England in Blackmoore is a Regency romance that tells the story of a young woman struggling to learn how to follow her heart It is Wuthering Heights meets Little Women with a delicious must read twis. Review written September 10 201648 Stars Absolutely perfect thoughtful and grandly romantic A novel to loveI listened to the 951 hrs audiobook narrated by Cassandra Campbell Bought by impulse and chance on a 6 sale — There are a lot of happy reviews for this clean Regency historical mf and I crossed my finger Oh yes this was delicate beautifully told utterly well narrated and a spellbinding audiobook adventure Simply great England 1820Kate Worthington is seventeen and has two big dreams The first one is to at last get the privilege to visit her childhood friends Sylvia and Henry Delafield's talked about family castle Blackmoore in the north of England Kate's second longing is to join her aunt on a long adventurous trip to the far away India But as it says in the book blurb « Kate's meddlesome mother has other plans She makes a bargain with Kate India yes but only after Kate has secured—and rejected—three marriage proposals » “I can never look at a bird without thinking of you he said I wonder what you will do with your wings once you have found them I wonder how far away they will take you And I fear them for my sake at the same time that I hope for them for yours”I shall not pretend that I wasn't a bit annoyed about this heroine Kate or Kitty as they all called her against her will to start with Well well I know I must accept that she is only 17 years young then back in 1820 while I'm 52 surprised now 200 years later Maybe I have a tiny little bit experience of life about love about the whole wide world etc etc and that I also with the years got the ability to better actually hear listen to what others really are saying — Sigh all you young emotional dramatic girls Pretty please open up your ears and eyes Not important but Blackmoore should maybe not be labeled as a 'historical romance' More rightly a historical novel with a grand romantic love story The main topic could be summarized as the right to make your own decisions the ownership of your own future and at some point take charge of your own life To be honest it was hard to know guess how it all should end I was both scared heartbroken and feared the worst until the very end Blackmoore is in a unforgettable way filled with birds yes the flying singing kind and the huge dream of places like Blackmoore and India My everyday language isn't English and I have some lacks but I truly felt this is a novel told with almost poetical well expressed thoughts wrapped in lovely grand sentences“I feel caged Always I feel like I am this bird trapped and stifled and caged and I keep looking for a way to escape but I am barred at every turn” More thoughts# Shocking were those two almost frightening heartlessly cruel mothers Incomparable disgusting women — I just wanted to scream to them to start behave and show who always should be the mature adult person when dealing with children or young people as the main characters here # Best of all we get a stunning admirable young man A true to be hero — I loved this young innocent love The romance part in Blackmoore is without doubt heartbreaking sweet and worth to read about I have been lucky with good reads or audiobook listenings lately The mix with steamy romances cozy mystery crime and now and then also traditional clean romantic novels like this one may be the right recipe for me I just keep on smiling book after book right now Another high star rating once again — Blackmoore was a sincerely good audiobook choice Lucky me I LIKE immensely very much

BlackmooreT her heart captive Will the proposal she is determined to reject actually be the one thing that will set her heart freeSet in Northern England in Blackmoore is a Regency romance that tells the story of a young woman struggling to learn how to follow her heart It is Wuthering Heights meets Little Women with a delicious must read twis. Review written September 10 201648 Stars Absolutely perfect thoughtful and grandly romantic A novel to loveI listened to the 951 hrs audiobook narrated by Cassandra Campbell Bought by impulse and chance on a 6 sale — There are a lot of happy reviews for this clean Regency historical mf and I crossed my finger Oh yes this was delicate beautifully told utterly well narrated and a spellbinding audiobook adventure Simply great England 1820Kate Worthington is seventeen and has two big dreams The first one is to at last get the privilege to visit her childhood friends Sylvia and Henry Delafield's talked about family castle Blackmoore in the north of England Kate's second longing is to join her aunt on a long adventurous trip to the far away India But as it says in the book blurb « Kate's meddlesome mother has other plans She makes a bargain with Kate India yes but only after Kate has secured—and rejected—three marriage proposals » “I can never look at a bird without thinking of you he said I wonder what you will do with your wings once you have found them I wonder how far away they will take you And I fear them for my sake at the same time that I hope for them for yours”I shall not pretend that I wasn't a bit annoyed about this heroine Kate or Kitty as they all called her against her will to start with Well well I know I must accept that she is only 17 years young then back in 1820 while I'm 52 surprised now 200 years later Maybe I have a tiny little bit experience of life about love about the whole wide world etc etc and that I also with the years got the ability to better actually hear listen to what others really are saying — Sigh all you young emotional dramatic girls Pretty please open up your ears and eyes Not important but Blackmoore should maybe not be labeled as a 'historical romance' More rightly a historical novel with a grand romantic love story The main topic could be summarized as the right to make your own decisions the ownership of your own future and at some point take charge of your own life To be honest it was hard to know guess how it all should end I was both scared heartbroken and feared the worst until the very end Blackmoore is in a unforgettable way filled with birds yes the flying singing kind and the huge dream of places like Blackmoore and India My everyday language isn't English and I have some lacks but I truly felt this is a novel told with almost poetical well expressed thoughts wrapped in lovely grand sentences“I feel caged Always I feel like I am this bird trapped and stifled and caged and I keep looking for a way to escape but I am barred at every turn” More thoughts# Shocking were those two almost frightening heartlessly cruel mothers Incomparable disgusting women — I just wanted to scream to them to start behave and show who always should be the mature adult person when dealing with children or young people as the main characters here # Best of all we get a stunning admirable young man A true to be hero — I loved this young innocent love The romance part in Blackmoore is without doubt heartbreaking sweet and worth to read about I have been lucky with good reads or audiobook listenings lately The mix with steamy romances cozy mystery crime and now and then also traditional clean romantic novels like this one may be the right recipe for me I just keep on smiling book after book right now Another high star rating once again — Blackmoore was a sincerely good audiobook choice Lucky me I LIKE immensely very much

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Blackmoore ✓ ProposalsKate journeys to the stately manor of Blackmoore determined to fulfill her end of the bargain and enlists the help of her dearest childhood friend Henry Delafield But when it comes to matters of love bargains are meaningless and plans are changeable There on the wild lands of Blackmoore Kate must face the truth that has kep. I was so excited when I saw this was available for review on Netgalley what a great website but I admit I was a tiny bit nervous as well Would it be as good as Edenbrooke Well I was not disappointed Right from the start I knew I was going to like this one especially our hero Henry He was perfect I loved everything about him He has the best lines; I had to re read a few of the scenes between him and Kate I thought Henry and Kate had great chemistry I loved them together You do wonder though how things are going to work out and what is keeping them apart I loved the flashback scenes and a part of me wanted to slap Kate for not realizing what was in front of her But I can’t go into that without spoilers but it does make sense why I liked Kate even as the story goes on She was genuinely a good person and has a good heart I like that even though she is still discovering herself she was confident and intelligent She sees the good in others and doesn’t hold grudges for those who do not like her Her family was awful Her mother wow There are just so many things I’d like to write but I don’t want to give any spoilers I thought Blackmoore had a different feel to it than Edenbrooke maybe it was the obstacles they had to overcome to be together or how awful Kate’s family is But the romance was great filled with tension and the wondering if things are going to work out All I know is Henry gives Phillip a run for his money It was a great story with great characters I again loved the scenes with Henry and Kate especially on the tower Mmmm This is one of those books you’ll want to re read as soon as you finish Content Clean Download õ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Á Julianne Donaldson

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Julianne Donaldson Á 9 Summary Kate Worthington knows her heart and she knows she will never marry Her plan is to travel to India instead if only to find peace for her restless spirit and to escape the family she abhors But Kate’s meddlesome mother has other plans She makes a bargain with Kate India yes but only after Kate has secured and rejected three marriage. I wonder what you will do with your wings once you have found them I wonder how far away they will take you And I fear them for my sake at the same time that I hope for them for yours †infinite stars How is it possible that among millions of books ever published I have found the one that butchers my heart Stabs my chest Takes out my lungs And pieces my broken self back together again with skillful deft fingers leaving no crevice unfilled and no crater unfulfilled Okay you may be thinking I'm being melodramaticAnd were this another instance I'd say yes you are completely positively miserably right But this is Blackmoore I'm talking about about a young lady named Kate Worthington who desires with all her heart the freedom to come out of her restrictive cage to explore everything the world has to offer her and so in this case I am going to say you are wrongI read Blackmoore weeks ago and still the love of Kate and Henry leave a haunting impression on my mind How can we connect with a character How can we feel their love their emotions their anguish These are uestions that an author has to accomplish to connect the mind of a reader and the voice of the writer Julianne Donaldson may be The Best Historical Romantic Fluff Writer — as I've officially dubbed her — but be aware If Julianne Donaldson decides to write a tragedy she will butcher us all She is that good I felt the anguish of Kate's restrictiveness the hate for her mother the hopelessness of her fear of never reaching freedom I felt Henry's struggle to balance what the girl he loves wants for herself rather than keeping her with him and taking what is rightfully his — Blackmoore I felt the incredible deep longing these two characters had for each other despite their differences and the disapproval around them all In the end I read Blackmoore in four hours but those will be the most controversial fickle and capricious four hours of my life How can I go from elated to depressed to anguished to ecstatic to heartbrokenly broken and delighted in as little as four hours I don't know but I achieved it And no one will regret ever picking up this book Well done Donaldson Yet another amazing book An ARC of this book was provided by Netgalley in exchange for an honest review† uote taken from ARC Subject to change