[Ebook] ➨ The Resolute Runaway By Charlotte Louise Dolan – Turboville.co.uk

The Resolute Runaway Knowing The Risk Of Running Away To Find A New Life, Joanna Heads For Brussels, Where Young Ladies Are Fair Game For Officers Looking For Love Before Facing The Foe At Waterloo When Joanna Meets The Heir To A Dukedom, The Only Thing She Has Left To Offer Him Is Her Heart Original Regency Romance.

About the Author: Charlotte Louise Dolan

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10 thoughts on “The Resolute Runaway

  1. says:

    3.5I liked this one I thought it was a fun story Joanna is a likable heroine She has had a very hard life and lost all those that were close to her Alone in the world she is rescued by the very dashing Nicholas, who unfortunately only see s her as a sister I liked how the book starts out and was excited to see their story unfold Unfortunately, about halfway through their story is pushed to the backg

  2. says:

    She reminds me of Georgette Heyer Fun book.

  3. says:

    A charming story in which two young ladies find love and another receives a much deserved comeuppance.

  4. says:

    Painful The heroine has an ugly duckling to swan transformation but is so spineless and meek and so much the victim through the majority of the book, that I could barely make it through to the end Once again, Dolan takes too long to tell a story that could have been told in half the word count And the secondary romance involved a girl who was the heroine s opposite, supposedly spirited and courageous but really just ridicu

  5. says:

    2.5 stars rounds up to 3 Heroine was a little too wet blanket for me It was fascinating seeing the author s voice in each of the four main characters, though like different facets of the same stone.

  6. says:

    Got way too choppy and the introduction of a secondary plot annoyed me.

  7. says:

    Loved the history and the characters are all delightful.

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