The Story of a Baron

Linda Rae Sande

You are here: Home - Uncategorized - The Story of a Baron

The Story of a Baron

The Story of a Baron What will you discover when you read between the lines Jeffrey Althorpe is in need of income for the struggling Sommers barony As a peer of the realm he s not allowed to work but if he s able to ear

  • Title: The Story of a Baron
  • Author: Linda Rae Sande
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 128
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • What will you discover when you read between the lines Jeffrey Althorpe is in need of income for the struggling Sommers barony As a peer of the realm, he s not allowed to work, but if he s able to earn money from a book he s written anonymously, of course no one will be the wiser A dowry would be easier, but then he would have to find a woman willing to marry aWhat will you discover when you read between the lines Jeffrey Althorpe is in need of income for the struggling Sommers barony As a peer of the realm, he s not allowed to work, but if he s able to earn money from a book he s written anonymously, of course no one will be the wiser A dowry would be easier, but then he would have to find a woman willing to marry a baron While her brother, the Earl of Everly, is away on one of his lengthy expeditions, Lady Evangeline is left behind in London to spend her days creating exquisite embroideries and reading books She s about to buy The Story of a Baron at The Temple of Muses when Lord Sommers suddenly appears He s intent on buying the very same book, but there s only the one copy Desperate to discover what changes his publisher might have made to his story without letting on he s the author Jeffrey suggests they read it together Evangeline s sterling reputation could use a bit of scandal, she decides, and so she agrees to Lord Sommer s proposal As the two read The Story a Baron , Evangeline realizes some of the characters and settings are just a bit too familiar And a bit too close to home Was she the inspiration for the baron s secret love, a bold, brash woman whose reputation is in tatters With her own reputation suddenly in question, Evangeline finds her life imitating art How can the book have a happy ending when she wishes she d never purchased The Story of a Baron

    Home The Beatles Story, Liverpool Welcome to the award winning The Beatles Story, the world s largest permanent exhibition purely devoted to the lives and times of The Beatles Located in the Fab Four s hometown of Liverpool on the stunning UNESCO World heritage site at the Albert Dock. We would like to show you a description here but the site won t allow us. The Raw Story Moved Permanently nginx StorySite Crystal s StorySite is a free site dedicated to TG fiction. Trump revealed highly classified information to Russian The Post is withholding most plot details, including the name of the city, at the urging of officials who warned that revealing them would jeopardize important intelligence capabilities. El Chapo Speaks Rolling Stone Music, Film, TV and Political News Coverage It s Kind of a Funny Story This book was amazing It started out a bit like a normal kids life It told the story of Craig and how he coped with life dealing with his parents, school sister, and his friends. People for sale Where lives are auctioned for CNN Smugglers in Libya are auctioning migrants off as slaves At a property outside Tripoli, CNN witnessed a dozen men go under the hammer in the space of minutes. A Christmas Story House Ralphie s actual house from A A Christmas Story House, now restored to its movie splendor, is open year round to the public for tours and overnight stays Directly across the street from the house is the official A Christmas Story House Museum, which features original props, costumes and memorabilia from the film, as well as hundreds of rare behind the scenes photos. Wine Story Welcome to the Wine Story Cellar Wine Story believes all wines have a tale to tell, but that only the best wines have the best stories And since we are in the business of acquiring the finest wines from the best winemakers across France, one of the most celebrated winemaking countries in history, you re sure to find legends inside our Wine Story Cellar.

    • Best Download [Linda Rae Sande] ✓ The Story of a Baron || [Sports Book] PDF ↠
      128 Linda Rae Sande
    • thumbnail Title: Best Download [Linda Rae Sande] ✓ The Story of a Baron || [Sports Book] PDF ↠
      Posted by:Linda Rae Sande
      Published :2018-07-07T20:41:09+00:00

    One thought on “The Story of a Baron

    1. Diane on said:

      I don’t remember regencies quite like this!I recall regencies from years ago where there were lots of ladies and lords, uptight dresses and formal parties, with very little hand holding, or anything equally as racy. Those ideas are still firmly entrenched in this regency romance but there’s also a fresh wind blowing through the stuffy sitting rooms of yester year. Or at least there is in this lighthearted romp through English dance halls and bookstores. It’s been awhile since I picked up a [...]

    2. Rosanne on said:

      Great bookGreat book. The story about the Baron and the Lady reading the book is riviting. I kept wanting to read more and more.

    3. Tracy DeNeal on said:

      Jeffrey and Evangeline and Matthew and GeraldineAn anonymously written tome, The Story of a Baron, has the reader yo-yoing between perspectives. What is real? Who is real?Jeffrey Althorpe has secretly written a book about his own imagined romance with a girl he has become infatuated with, yet doesn't really know. Because of this very book, he comes to know her and learns that he likes her very well indeed. Evangeline is a sweet, lonely and lovely bluestocking who has unknowingly garnered the bar [...]

    4. Kristi Hudecek-Ashwill on said:

      What I was expecting is a real bodice-ripping book with a gorgeous woman and a hunky guy. It wasn't like that but it was still good.Jeffrey Sommers is a baron down on his luck with debt that's not actually his. In an attempt to increase his coffers, he writes a book about a man and a woman of the aristocracy, modeling his characters from people he knew and places he frequented. He doesn't put his name down as the author and merely uses the name, Anonymous.On release day, he rushes to the book st [...]

    5. Colleen B on said:

      To start, I have to say the cover is a little bit stereotypical cheesy romance novel cover. The book was SO much better than this cover.The parallel stories of the book in a book had me falling in love with the story two times over. It was very cleverly set up with chapters of "real life" and chapters the characters were then reading. I love the stories in the historical era of the nobility classes. Dukes, Earls, Barons, Viscounts. the gowns and ladies in waiting all of the balls with the ladies [...]

    6. Tammy on said:

      This book was ok. I had a few problems with it. It had some historical inaccuracies. For instance, there was a death and everyone was saying that they expected the widow would be marrying the deceased man's twin brother. In the time the book is set, it was illegal to wed your brother's widow. My other problem with the book was the dual storylines. I did not need to read the book that the couple were reading together. It got repetitive when the stories ran so parallel to each other. Also, it got [...]

    7. Julie on said:

      I tried, but I just couldn't get into this story. Maybe I'll try again in a few weeks (or months).

    8. Melissa Levine on said:

      I was given a code for one of the authors audiobooks for an honest review after my husband mentioned to her that I loved reading/listening to historical romances. Narrator 4/5: I'm not sure how I feel about this narrator. When I first heard him speak, I imagined him narrating for a National Geographic episode, that's just the kind of voice he has. One area I question in his narrating skills relates to his method of narrating the characters thoughts. I don't know what he does exactly, but his voi [...]

    9. Natasha on said:

      This book is about a baron. The title clearly states it's the story of a baron. What it doesn't tell you is it's also a story about A LOT of earls. By a lot, I don't mean two or three. I was beginning to wonder if the heroine's brother belonged to a special club that only other earls could join. She knew a lot of earls. Did I mention the heroine's brother is an earl? In case you forget that fact while you're reading, Evangeline is frequently referred to as "the earl's sister" even when simply sa [...]

    10. Virginia Tican on said:

      The author has a knack of making witty and funny turn into sexy and all of it done with such effortless grace and style. Or maybe it is the other way around ~ turning sexy into witty and funny? Either way, the result is always rollicking good fun. A very Good Read. Vastly entertaining.

    11. Elaine on said:

      I liked this story very much. Not what I expected. Enjoyable. 4*

    12. Evoricka Robinson on said:

      Excellent bookThis book was really good and interesting, once I started I couldn't stop reading. I recooks you read it. Great!

    13. Corinne on said:

      Overall well-written with likable characters and an untypical storyline.Evangeline is not a very demanding young woman, just a bit lonely. Her older brother and guardian, the Earl of Everly, has left her without a companion or sponsor so she has a very limited social life while in London. She spends most of her time reading, so what luck she happens to (again) meet an eligible gentleman while looking for a book in her favorite book shop. What is not explained is how she knows of this new book (" [...]

    14. Dakota Storm on said:

      I enjoy historical romances, I like being taken back in time with Barons and lords and the Ton. I thought this books plot was interesting and very unique but felt although it was a good read I wanted more, I wanted something great. I enjoyed the characters, especially Lord Sommers. I thought he was quit crafty and a interesting character but felt in parts it was too much information and description and not enough what matters between the two main characters, sometimes the information shared didn [...]

    15. Shannan Williams on said:

      This really was a great read. What I really liked about this book was the story within the story. I loved at the beginning how the two met and how they decided to read the story together. The only thing that I didn’t like about this book is that there was a lot of extra details that kind of got me lost sometimes. I would be reading, then kind of forget where I was because it was soo very detailed. Other than that I loved the book, I thought the story was great and I look forward to more books [...]

    16. Cyrene Olson on said:

      Uncaged Book Reviews:You not only get the story of Lord Sommers and Lady Evangeline, but you also get the story of the couple in the book itself. And I was drawn to both, I read their book along with them, and read their story, and I enjoyed both. Now, I did read this book, the 1st in this series after I read the 2nd one, The Passion of a Marquee. I had no issues, these can be easily read as standalones, although you do see a lot of characters roaming around that were a part of the other books i [...]

    17. Wendy Tavenner on said:

      Jeffrey Athrope, Baron Sommers just wrote a book that was published under Anonymous. He went to the bookstore to get the first copy but someone got there before he did, Lady Evangeline. They agree to go the the park and read the book together. Eva and Jeffrey get to know each other during their time reading. Eva started to think that some of the characters and incidents in the book sounds like people of the Ton. A great read with an absent brother a conniving godfather and so many wonderful char [...]

    18. Deb Diem on said:

      The Story of a Baron by Linda Rae Sande is a fairly short read. This historical romance would be perfect for those with limited time for reading. The Story of a Baron is well written with lovable characters. Ms Sande has delivered drama, humor and sexy bits in Jeffrey and Evangeline's story. I enjoyed this book and would be happy to read more from Linda Rae Sande in the future. The Story of a Baron is book 1 in the Sisters Of The Aristocracy series but can be read as a standalone. This is a comp [...]

    19. Usagi Tsukino on said:

      I don't understand all the high ratings. I really tried with this book, I give it a chance of some more chapters but no, it's just plain awful, as awful were the characters. It was chapter four or five, and I was already angry at the book, I went as far as chapter eighteen but I stopped there, I was so done with this book. Did not finish.Note: This book was free at All Romance Ebooks for April's Earth Day on 15/04/2016.

    20. N. Kuhn on said:

      *I received this book free in exchange for an honest review*This could be a fantastic historical romance, if it was cut down. I felt that several times, there was too much explanation of things that didn't matter. It took up so much space/time that I would find myself getting bored with this story. I love Historicals, and felt awful that I was bored. I truly did enjoy the story. It's a lovely romance, once you get past the slower parts. I rather enjoyed Lady Evangeline.

    21. Zena on said:

      This has been a very interesting story, in fact, two stories running side by side. What a novel and clever idea.Very well written and easy to read. Lots of good laughs and an intriguing plot. Held my attention throughout.I've found another very talented author and narrator. Thanks for the entertainment!I recommend this book/audio book.

    22. Toni L on said:

      With it usually being the woman who is anonymous author of a book in Regency England I found this story interesting from the start. I enjoyed the story within the story very much although I did start to get a bit confused about 3/4 of the way in. Overall, a very good Regency romance that brings something new & light to the genre.

    23. Patricia Schuette on said:

      Double the funI so enjoyed this book which was a story within a story. A out a Baron who to make money writes another story that he wants to read when it's published to see if the publisher changed anything. Trouble is when he gets to the book store a lady has already bought the only book on the shelf. So they decide to read it together.

    24. InD'tale Magazine on said:

      What a delightful and creative way to craft a plot-line! Read full review in the 2015 March issue of InD’tale Magazine.

    25. Sally Hannoush on said:

      I liked the story idea but reading a story inside a story was kinda hard to keep up with the characters- for me. Funny ending. I did enjoy the book.

    26. Amanda Siegrist on said:

      ExcellentI loved this story. It was such a unique twist to have a story within a story and I love that.

    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *