The Diamonds of Welbourne Manor: Justine and the Noble Viscount / Annalise and the Scandalous Rake / Charlotte and the Wicked Lord

  • Title: The Diamonds of Welbourne Manor: Justine and the Noble Viscount / Annalise and the Scandalous Rake / Charlotte and the Wicked Lord
  • Author: Diane Gaston Deb Marlowe Amanda McCabe
  • ISBN: 9780373295432
  • Page: 456
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • The Diamonds of Welbourne Manor Justine and the Noble Viscount Annalise and the Scandalous Rake Charlotte and the Wicked Lord Justine and the Noble Viscount by Diane GastonGuardian to the unconventional and newly orphaned Fitzmannings is not a role that brooding Gerald Brenner relishes But Justine the illegitimate daughter
    Justine and the Noble Viscount by Diane GastonGuardian to the unconventional and newly orphaned Fitzmannings is not a role that brooding Gerald Brenner relishes But Justine, the illegitimate daughter who strives to hide her shame, calls powerfully to something deep within him Annalise and the Scandalous Rake by Deb MarloweHouse party guest Ned Milford can see t Justine and the Noble Viscount by Diane GastonGuardian to the unconventional and newly orphaned Fitzmannings is not a role that brooding Gerald Brenner relishes But Justine, the illegitimate daughter who strives to hide her shame, calls powerfully to something deep within him Annalise and the Scandalous Rake by Deb MarloweHouse party guest Ned Milford can see the inner passion and beauty that Annalise Fitzmanning hides But how close should they become when his reason for being at Welbourne Manor would prompt a society scandal, not a society marriage Charlotte and the Wicked Lord by Amanda McCabeCharlotte may be the youngest Fitzmanning girl, but she knows her own mind and she wants Lord Andrew Bassington Drew requires an eminently proper bride, something free spirited Charlotte has never been So how can she make him see the beautiful woman she has become

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      Published :2019-02-10T05:13:17+00:00

    About Diane Gaston Deb Marlowe Amanda McCabe


    1. Diane Gaston s dream job had always been to write romance novels One day she decided to pursue that dream and has never looked back she is now writing full time Her books have won Romance s highest honour the RITA Award, the National Readers Choice Award and the Golden Heart She lives in Virginia with her husband and three very ordinary house cats Diane loves to hear from readers and friends.


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    1. I highly recommend this anthology. Diane Gaston definitely had me loving all those living in Welbourne Manor and anyone connected with it. Ms. Gaston set the stage beautifully while giving her readers a complete romance that gives you that special little smile and twinkles in your eye while devouring the pages. Deb Marlowe wrote the perfect middle for an anthology. Her heart-uplifting story has the correct blend of deep emotions you would expect from the middle of a full length novel and yet she [...]

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    2. The Diamonds of Welbourne Manor is a three in one regency stories of three sisters who have lived lonley and carefree lives and find love.Period. That pretty much sums up all three stories. Although each story is pretty simple, cut and dry romance and with only a few pages for each story, I wasn't really drawn is just one story or author.The first story I felt didn't have a true connection between the hero and heroine with only the family and lost of loved one to tie them. By time the ending rol [...]

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    3. For being novellas each story felt pretty well developed and complete. However each story had a sex scene jammed awkwardly into it as if it had to be there. I felt like it ruined the stories considering the time period they were based in.

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    4. Of the three authors I was looking forward to Marlowe the best. I've read her previous titles (An Improper Aristocrat by Deb Marlowe , Her Cinderella Season by Deb Marlowe) and enjoyed them immensely. McCabe and Gaston I know I've read before as well, but not as recently.As a concept I think it was intriguing and full of possibilities. Its also possibly one of the more outlandish premises I've read in any historical novel. Its a 'Yours, Mine and Ours' set up--Manning had his 2 legal sons by his [...]

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    5. 3 e 1/2 "Charlotte Fitzmanning era la cosa più bella che avesse mai visto, la fugace apparizione di pura, vibrante vitalità che passa davanti agli occhi di un uomo in fin di vita."Tre storie molto carine (e molto brevi XD), come spesso succede il mio ordine di gradimento rispecchia l'ordine delle storie XD La prima, che funge da presentazione della famiglia "Miscellanea Fitzmanning" con vari figli illegittimi e legittimi che vivono tutti insieme e sono uno più scatenato dell'altro e introduce [...]

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    6. I have been enjoying novellas lately when I am in the mood for a happy endings without a lot of drama or drawn out misunderstandings. This book contained three novellas about a blended family and focused on the stories of the illegitimate daughters. Now, I am a bit skeptical that all three illegitimate daughters would find marriages with highly respectable men, but I didn't think too hard on it so I could enjoy the stories.I could not finish the first story. The writing style didn't suit me at a [...]

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    7. In my opinion, the value of a romance novel lies pretty much solely in escapism. By necessity, the majority of romance novel heroines are empty slates, so you the reader can insert yourself into their (physically perfect) place and be swept off your feet by the Manliest, Most Unreal of Perfect Manly Men (sometimes With A Past). The plot is usually a grab-bag of cliches and overused devices, just a series of inconveniences that you have to sort through to force your breeding pair together (becaus [...]

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    8. Three enjoyable stories about the three illegitimate daughters of a Duke who had just married the mother of two of the girls and one of his sons before the first story begins. Also before the first story begins, the Duke and his new Duchess have died of a fever while on their honeymoon in Italy.The book starts with the Duchess' legitimate son from her first marriage that had ended 20 years earlier when she became involved with the Duke, coming to tell his mother's three illegitimate children, hi [...]

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    9. *** "The Diamonds of Wellbourne Manor" are either three lovely sisters born illegitimate, orphaned when their ducal parents fall to plague on their honeymoon in Venice, or the necklaces bequeathed to them for their weddings. Three house parties have three talented romance authors: Diane Gaston, Deb Marlowe, and Amanda McCabe. With four brothers, two legitimate, the relaxed loving family undergoes the Prince Regent at a funeral and wedding, a necklace lost then found, betrayal by broadsheet caric [...]

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    10. Actually a little better than I expected from three connected stories by three different authors. I liked "Justine and the Noble Viscount" by Diane Gaston the best and "Charlotte and the Wicked Lord" by Amanda McCabe the least. The first story felt the most original of the three, probably because it contained most of the complicated background information about who slept with who and begat who. The third story sounded like it was originally intended to be the second story in a different series b [...]

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    11. Justine and the Noble Viscount - It was generally ok but some minor characters annoyed me and some of the 'drama' was unnecessary.Annalise and the Scandalous Rake - When reading this I cant help but feel this story was done a million times better by Julia Quinn in Romancing Mr Brighton Charlotte and the Wicked Lord - Every 3 or 4 pages I was bored, it felt so rushed and dull. The only thing that interested me in the whole story was Marys side-story/prologue to her own story which hopefully will [...]

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    12. All three stories were sweet, if a bit predictable. I was worried that since all three novellas featured the same characters but were written by different authors, I would end up being annoyed by inconsistencies in the characters' behavior and personalities. Fortunately, the anthology was fairly cohesive, so I was able to just sit back and enjoy the stories. Overall, it was a nice, quick read, but probably not a keeper for me. I will look for the spin-off books featuring Stephen and Leo, though [...]

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    13. Three novellas by three different authors. I suspect I mooched it because I've enjoyed Diana Gaston in the past. I have a number of books to read for work or rings and rays here, and so stubborn soul that I often am, I read one novella between each other book. Just a question of choosing what I feel like reading when, I guess. Light and entertaining, totally predictable but enjoyable nonetheless.

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    14. 3 korte verhalen van een leuke familie waar ik ook wel bij zou willen horen .Wanneer ik de 2 vervolgdelen : How to Marry a Rake - Deb Marlowe en The Shy Duchess - Amanda McCabe , voor een redelijke prijs kan kopen dan zal ik dat zeker doen . Het vervolgdeel van Diane Gaston - A Not so Respectable Gentleman heb ik al voor dit boek gelezen .

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    15. So glad I got the chance to read this anthology! It rekindled my love for the Regency genre, Diane Gaston's story in particular. I loved the joyful tones of the freespirited family. The love stories were so smoothly and joyfully written and still poignant and heartfelt.

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    16. Three fun stories by three delightful authors make up this book. All of the stories are related so you do not want to read them out of order.

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    17. Not bad for a Harlequin. It's 3 short stories, which I normally am *not* a fan of. But the 3 authors worked well together, and there wasn't too much purple prose.

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    18. "Justine and the Noble Viscount" by Diane Gaston3.5/5"Annalise and the Scandalous Rake" by Deb MarloweDid not read."Charlotte and the Wicked Lord" by Amanda McCabe4/5

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    19. preorder, received

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    20. The three stories were ok but boring. I enjoy the first one about Justine the most since it had the most chemistry between the characters.

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