This is my second selection in the Regency Romance Reading Challenge , our celebration of Regency romance author Candice Hern. A Change of Heart (Proper Companion, book 2) by Candice Hern – book cover, description, publication history. Read “A Change of Heart” by Candice Hern with Rakuten Kobo. Fans of the traditional Regency Romances of Georgette Heyer and the more.

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ccandice I do love a good rake and spinster story and this is a pretty good one. I almost put this book down a couple times. I have the first and third on myTBR list now but may skip the first because the third sounds better.

A Change of Heart (Proper Companion, book 2) by Candice Hern

As it stands, the plot is very slow moving and a lot of the relationship chanfe Jack and Mary is told as they observe each other but do not interact. Hen Star of India. As it stands, the plot is very slow moving and a lot of the relationship between Jack and Mary is told as they observe each This story has great potential.

I always enjoy a good misunderstanding! While I admired the strong, complex characters that Hern crafted and their troubling back story, Lady Mary was by far my favorite and Lord Pemerton not so much.

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A Christian romance set in the 18th century, Pure is the Heart has the ability When Mary discovers why Jack wanted to marry her, she flees his estate and calls off the wedding.


He goes on a substantial bender. This is actually the second of three related books. Upon taking the title, finds the estates broke and he decides to hezrt money to set things right.

Such light predictable reads, but this. Author Candice Hern has generously offered one print copy or one digital copy of A Change of Heart to one lucky winner.

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There is also sex out of wedlock so if that bothers you, you’ve been warned. Leave a comment stating what intrigues you about this novel, or if you have read it, who your favorite character is by midnight PT, Wednesday, March 6, I don’t like the dissolute rake, after finding love and reformation, turns back to drinking, gambling, and most aggravatingly, whoring at the first obstacle.

Dec 24, Laurel rated it really liked it Shelves: For lone wolf archeologist Eric Beck, love has I loved the relationship between Lady Mary and Lord Pemerton. Notorious rakes can be interesting heroes. The hero or the heroine? None of this former-rake but I’m reformed stuff before he meets Mary. And while I didn’t much care for Jack, I will admit that he, too, was well written.

She carefully hides her great fortune, certain that no man would ever want her except for her money because she is so plain. He believes that Mary should be very happy and thankful for the opportunity he’s giving her by marrying her.


A Change of Heart (A Regency Romance)

The Merry Widows Boxed Set. This heroine starts off trying to help the hero find a bride after he suddenly inherits his father’s title after dad and his brothers all die in a boating accident.

This story is technically kisses only but it’s not what I would call sweet. On the other hand, on-the- shelf spinsters can be totally perplexing to the female mind which is inclined to want to couple.

Cjange as the Marquess of Pemerton, he has inherited six heavily mortgaged estates and all the responsibility thereto. Mary is a confirmed wallflower, hiding a healthy fortune, who offers to help Jack on his search for a wife. However, I think her back story is a bit far fetched. Books by Candice Hern. No one knows this though, especially not Lady Mary who has decided candic help him in his quest. Great review and I likewise encourage any reader to take up the Regency Romance Reading Challenge.

Lady Pemerton was magnificent and helped her stubborn and self centered son to see above himself. Of the trilogy I think I like this second story the best.

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