Chasing Lady Amelia (Keeping Up with the Cavendishes, #2)



Chasing Lady Amelia (Keeping Up with the Cavendishes, #2) In The Second Novel Of Maya Rodale S Enchanting Keeping Up With The Cavendishes Series, An American Heiress Finds Her Reputation And Heart In Danger When She Travels To London And Meets A Wickedly Tempting RakeTerribly ImproperLady Amelia Is Fed Up With Being A Proper Lady And Wishes To Explore London, So One Night She Escapes And Finds Herself In The Company Of One Alistair Finlay Jones He S Been Ordered By His Uncle To Wed One Of The American Girls How Lucky Then, That One Of Them Stumbles Right Into His Arms Totally ScandalousAlistair And Amelia Have One Perfect Day To Explore London, From Astley S Amphitheater To Vauxhall Gardens Inevitably They End Up Falling In Love And Making Love If Anyone Finds Out, She Will Be Ruined, But He Will Win Everything He S Ever Wanted.Very RomanticWhen Amelia Finds Out Alistair Has Been Ordered To Marry Her, He Must Woo Her And Win Back The Angry American Girl But With The Threat Of Scandals, Plural, Looming Will He Ever Catch Up To The Woman He Loves

10 thoughts on “Chasing Lady Amelia (Keeping Up with the Cavendishes, #2)

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    This was quite possibly nay, definitely, absolutely the worst scrape she d ever found herself in, and Amelia wasn t a stranger to terrible predicaments. In which I am pleasantly surprised.I had to control myself there I wanted to add an exclamation mark so badly Chasing Lady Amelia, is the second book in the Keeping Up With the Cavendishes series by Maya Rodale I really should have read Bridget s book first because I feel like it would have made my reading experience even better but with tigh This was quite possibly nay, definitely, absolutely the worst scrape she d ever found herself in, and Amelia wasn t a stranger to terrible predicaments. In which I am pleasantly surprised.I had to control myself there I wanted to add an exclamation mark so badly Chasing Lady Amelia, is the second book in the Keeping Up With the Cavendishes series by...

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    Review posted on The Eater of Books blog Chasing Lady Amelia by Maya RodaleBook Two of the Keeping Up with the Cavendishes seriesPublisher Avon BooksPublication Date June 28, 2016Rating 4 starsSource eARC from Edelweiss Warning this is an adult book, and for the eyes of mature readers Summary from Goodreads Terribly ImproperLady Amelia is fed up with being a proper lady and wishes to explore London, so one night she escapes and finds herself in the company of one Alistair Finlay Review posted on The Eater of Books blog Chasing Lady Amelia by Maya RodaleBook Two of the Keeping Up with the Cavendishes seriesPublisher Avon BooksPublication Date June 28, 2016Rating 4 starsSource eARC from Edelweiss Warning this is an adult book, and for the eyes of mature readers Summary from Goodreads Terribly ImproperLady Amelia is fed up with being a proper lady and wishes to explore London, so one night she escapes and finds herself in the company of one Alistair Finlay Jones He s been ordered by his uncle to wed one of the American girls How lucky then, that one of them stumbles right into his arms Totally ScandalousAlistair and Amelia have one perfect day to explore London, from Astley s Amphitheater to Vauxhall Gardens I...

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    What we have here, my friends, is another crazy Regency romance by the very talented Maya Rodale I read the first book in this series, Lady Bridget s Diary, which introduced me to the shockingly unconventional American Cavendish siblings 3 sisters and 1 brother who unexpectedly find themselves part of British nobility and must take their place among the Bon Ton I freely admit that I m hooked Each book follows one Cavendish in particular during the same period of time, so even though each is What we have here, my friends, is another crazy Regency romance by the very talented Maya Rodale I read the first book in this series, Lady Bridget s Diary, which introduced me to the shockingly unconventional American Cavendish siblings 3 sisters and 1 brother who unexpectedly find themselves part of British nobility and must take their place among the Bon Ton I freely admit that I m hooked Each book follows one Cavendish in particular during the same period of time, so even though each is stand alone, there is some overlap with hints dropped about what the other siblings are up to Historical purists will point out numerous inaccuracies, which are surely present, and dialogue sometimes sounds a little too modern, but these books are obviously intended as tongue in cheek entertainment and, goshdarnit, they re just plain fun to read This volume tells the youngest sister s story, which is heavily influenced by the classic 1950s film Roman Holiday It ...

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    2.5 5I read Lady Bridget s Diary, the first book in this series and a loose PP retelling, and was very charmed by Maya Rodale s characters and writing As much as I adored Bridget, I wasintrigued by the wild and rebellious sister, Amelia, so I was thrilled to dive into Chasing Lady Amelia Unfortunately, this book was off for me and I ended up not liking it as much as I expected to.As an American who grew up around horses and basically no rules, Amelia is struggling to fit into Englis 2.5 5I read Lady Bridget s Diary, the first book in this series and a loose PP retelling, and was very charmed by Maya Rodale s characters and writing As much as I adored Bridget, I wasintrigued by the wild and rebellious sister, Amelia, so I was thrilled to dive into Chasing Lady Amelia Unfortunately, this book was off for me and I ended up not liking it as much as I expected to.As an American who grew up around horses and basically no rules, Amelia is struggling to fit into English society and she feels like she needs one chance to go wild and do her own thing She leaves her house one night drunk on laudanum, and stumb...

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    I wholeheartedly enjoyed the fist book in this series and was looking forward to Chasing Lady Amelia as a fun and light continuation Although the style of Maya Rodale is entertaining and frothy, the plot was riddled with silliness and the characters lacked de...

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    Review posted on Got Fiction Original Review I know this author s style ismodern, but I just don t think it always works with her historicals I had such a hard time with this story I liked the idea, the plot, the hero, but I really didn t like Amelia I enjoyed Bridget s book, but Amelia was so childish I just couldn t like her I look forward to Clare s, hopefully she ll be less childish Full review This is the second book in the Keeping Up With the Cavendishe...

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    Note to self This is an American heiress HR, a trope I passionately hate Also, MC takes her shoes off at a ball and sticks her feet in a plant pot see Caz s review.Bk 1, heroine is overweight.Avoid this author period Not for me.

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    I ve given this a B at AAR, so that s 3.5 stars rounded up.Maya Rodale is one of the authors I turn to when I want brain candy a well written, frothy, light hearted read that doesn t get too bogged down in angst, has a fair bit of humour and attractive characters And she certainly delivers all that in Chasing Lady Amelia the second book in her Keeping Up With the Cavendishes series, featuring four American siblings who are thrust into the midst of English society when James Cavendish unexpe I ve given this a B at AAR, so that s 3.5 stars rounded up.Maya Rodale is one of the authors I turn to when I want brain candy a well written, frothy, light hearted read that doesn t get too bogged down in angst, has a fair bit of humour and attractive characters And she certainly delivers all that in Chasing Lady Amelia the s...

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    Oh man That book was soooo promising But I just couldn t get attached to the characters Stopped reading at 1 3 of the book The main male lead is just too deceiving Also, his behaviour is not realistic with that of a gentleman in Regency England I mean even rakes show some sort of regard to Society rules and how you re supposed to behave with a lady I don t believe for one second that he could have gotten away with having her spend the night at his place even though she had fainted and Oh man That book was soooo promising But I just couldn t get attached to the characters Stopped reading at 1 3 of the book The main male lead is just too deceiving Also, his behaviour is not realistic with that of a gentleman in Regency England I mean even rakes show some sort of regard to Society rules and how you re supposed to behave with a lady I don t believe for one second that he could have gotten away w...

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    I am new to Maya Rodale, having started with Lady Bridget s Diary earlier this year I liked the premise of this series, with the first book being a light hearted historical take on modern books cinema a la Bridget Jones Diary and Mean Girls I didn t get the same modern cinema vibe with this story, but it was still good fun This story is told concurrently with Bridget s, so you could probably read them out of order if you were so inclined.If you haven t read Bridget s Diary, then you will wan I am new to Maya Rodale, having started with Lady Bridget s Diary earlier this year I liked the premise of this series, with the first book being a light hearted historical take on modern books cinema a la Bridget Jones Diary and Mean Girls I didn t get the same modern cinema vibe with this story, but it was still good fun This story is told concurrently with Bridget s, so you could probably read them out of order if you were so inclined.If you haven t read Bridget s Diary, then you will want to know that se...

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