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An Improper Situation With Her Chestnut Hair And Striking Green Eyes, Charlotte Should Be The Catch Of Spring City, Colorado But She Wears Her Independence Like An Impenetrable Suit Of Armor And Cloaks Her Identity Behind Her Famed Writing Nom De Plume Of Charles Sanborn She S A 24 Year Old Confirmed Spinster Who Won T Risk Heartbreak, Until A Handsome Stranger Awakens Her Yearning Both For Companionship And For Indulgent Pleasure.Boston Lawyer Reed Malloy Has A Solemn Mission To Deliver Two Orphaned Children To Their Colorado Cousin He S Not Prepared For Charlotte Being Utterly Innocent And Yet Irresistibly Beguiling, Or For Her Brewing Resentment And Flat Out Refusal To Raise Her Kin It Will Take Some Firsthand Persuasion If He Is To Complete His Legal Duty And, Perhaps, Resolve Tantalizing Issues.When Charlotte Forsakes Everything Familiar And Two Thousand Miles Of America S Heartland No Longer Separate Her From Reed Unforeseen Influences Conspire To Keep Them Apart The High Society Of The Boston Brahmins Welcomes Her While Concealed Malice Abounds With The Intrusion Of Sinister Forces And Scorned Women And With Passions Ablaze Reed And Charlotte Find Themselves In A Very Improper Situation.

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10 thoughts on “An Improper Situation

  1. says:

    This book met all my basic criteria for a great rating It kept me up after my bedtime with lots of unforeseen twists and turns Reed Malloy love the name is a mouth watering hero who appealed from the get go The heroine is spunky, outspoken, talented, and yet lonely, inhibited and unsure In other words, genuine The steamy passion that springs between the two is, well, steamy I don t normally read historicals set in America, but I enjoyed learning about Boston and Colorado the author broug This book met all my basic criteria for a great rating It kept me up after my bedtime with lots of unforeseen twists and turns Reed Malloy love the name is ...

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    I won this book from a first reads giveaway, so I m going to be completely honest Well, I pretty much loved Charlotte from the very beginning I liked how she wasn t a conventional romance heroine She hadsubstance to her than fawning over parties and pretty clothes When Reed showed up at her house, she was anything but the doting aunt to her niece and nephew But you never thought she was a bitch or a coldhearted person Her reactions to the things that happened in the book felt very re I won this book from a first reads giveaway, so I m going to be completely honest Well, I pretty much loved Charlotte from the very beginning I liked how she wasn t a conventional romance heroine She hadsubstance to her than fawning over parties and pretty clothes When Reed showed up at her house, she was anything but the doting aunt to her niece and nephew But you never thought she was a bitch or a coldhe...

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    Charlotte is a writing under the pen name Charlie Sanborn living in rural Colorado She s come to appreciate the single solitude that has surrounded her Then suddenly, a knock on the door changed everything Mr Reed Malloy appears on her doorstep with two children in tow It turns out that the children are that of her deceased cousin whose last will testament contained instructions for Charlotte to raise them Lily and Thomas have now lost both parents, been hauled halfway across the country, Charlotte is a writing under the pen name Charlie Sanborn living in rural Colorado She s come to appreciate the single solitude that has surrounded her Then suddenly, a kno...

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    In this well written and suspenseful romance, I found the plot to be engaging and was unable to put the book down From the very first, academic writer lady Charlotte drew me in Her absent mindedness and lack of domestic skills were unusual for her time, but she had the respect of many readers across the country When literary admirer Reed decides to meet the writer lady by bringing her deceased cousin s children to her in accordance with her will, he did not expect to see a young and very beau In this well written and suspenseful romance, I found the plot to be engaging and was unable to put the book down From the very first, academic writer lady Charlotte drew me in Her absent mindedness and lack of domestic skills were unusual for her time, but she had the respect of many readers across the country When literary admirer Reed decides to meet the writer lady by bringing her deceased cousin s children to her in accordance with her will, he did not expect to see a young and very beautiful woman Reed decides there and then to stay until such time as Charlotte agrees to become the caregiver to the children Things don t work out the way either of them planned, and ultimately naive Charlotte finds herself thrust into the sophisticated and somewhat jaded Boston society...

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    English review at the bottom An Improper Situation passte gut in meine momentane historische Romantik Lese Phase und so st rzte ich mich nach dem Herunterladen dann auch gleich mit gro er Begeisterung darauf Auch wenn es mich nicht ganz so bedingungslos fesseln konnte wie einige andere B cher, die ich gar nicht aus der Hand legen konnte, gefiel mir auch dieses hier wirklich gut und ich werde es auch mit Sicherheit no...

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    An Improper Situation by Sydney Jane Bailyhttp www. Improper Situat With her chestnut hair and striking green eyes, Charlotte should be the catch of Spring City, Colorado But she wears her independence like an impenetrable suit of armor and cloaks her identity behind her famed writing nom de plume of Charles Sanborn She s a 24 year old confirmed spinster who won t risk heartbreak, until a handsome stranger awakens her yearning both for companionship and for indulgent pleasure B An Improper Situation by Sydney Jane Bailyhttp www. Improper Situat With her chestnut hair and striking green eyes, Charlotte should be the catch of Spring City, Colorado But she wears her independence like an impenetrable suit of armor and cloaks her identity behind her famed writing nom de plume of Charles Sanborn She s a 24 year old confirmed spinster who won t risk heartbreak, until a handsome stran...

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    This book by Ms Sydney Jane Baily was a complete surprise and totally was a joy to read I know that s silly to say considering how many books I read from so many different genres plus when I started the book I didn t like the time setting which despite buying several books in this setting I thought I would get bored and stop reading it so I felt at first that I wasn t going to like the book What kept me reading was not only the fully developed three dimensional characters which I will get to This book by Ms Sydney Jane Baily was a complete surprise and totally was a joy to read I know that s silly to say considering how many books I read from so many different genres plus when I started the book I didn t like the time setting which despite buying several books in this setting I thought I would get bored and stop reading it so I felt at first that I wasn t going to like the book What kept me reading was not only the fully developed three dimensional characters which I will get to in a moment but the refreshingly intricate deftness of Ms Baily s wonderful writing in weaving such a wonderful story that I was instantly ...

  8. says:

    I don t know I couldn t really get into this book no matter how much I tried The heroin is quite funny and I liked her as a character in the beginning but then she getsdull Her hero wasn t really hero for me and I couldn t really grasp him and feel for him and the kids, well I didn t really like that the kids was there even if it helped Charlotte to open up The children where a distraction and I can t imagine children acting like they did, not today and not in a historical fiction The I don t know I couldn t really get into this book no matter how much I tried The heroin is quite funny and I liked her as a character in the beginning but then she getsdull Her hero wasn t really hero for me and I couldn t really grasp him and feel for him and the kids, well I didn t really like that the kids was there even if it helped Charlotte to open up The children where a distraction and I can t imagine children acting like they did, not today and not in a historical fiction TheCharlotte got involved with the children and theshe got romantically involved, thedull she became In the beginning she refused to live a life that was expected of a woman and I like the rebel Charlotte and that she wanted to break the bonds, and then she just switched an...

  9. says:

    I received this book from eBook Discovery in exchange for an honest reviewThis book was very unexpected I thought it would be a simple historical romance and it was so muchAt first I thought the book just seemed to go on and on and on but then there was so muchof the story in a good way When I was a...

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    I received this book from eBook Discovery in return for an honest review and I m hugely grateful for this opportunity I enjoyed the twists and turns in this book, and really warmed to Charlotte who,despite her skills as a writer and investigative reporter, was very naive about the ways or the world when she found herself in Boston Despite that na vet , Charlotte gave as good as she got when confronted by...

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