PDF or EBOOK (By the Kings Design) ½ Christine Trent


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    Christine Trent ↠ 4 Free read characters ´ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ↠ Christine Trent review By the Kings Design I appreciated how dense with historical information this is I didn't know how much I wanted to read about rampaging Luddites until now I just wish all the descriptive language and historical exposition was in service of a tight well constructed plot After a strong start the middle of this book drags so much I almost abandoned it It picks up again in the end but I wish the middle third wasn't so meandering

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    PDF or EBOOK (By the Kings Design) ½ Christine Trent This book holds a special place in my heart as my first giveaway win ProsBy the King's Design is very well detailed and researched It establishes a real sense of the time period and richly portrays the story against a backdrop of historical facts The beginning is excellent It grabs your attention immediately and draws you into the world fr

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    Christine Trent ↠ 4 Free read PDF or EBOOK (By the Kings Design) ½ Christine Trent This one is excellentI really enjoyed the details of the rise of industry in the midst of Regency England So much upheaval and suffering was going on while the beau monde waltzed and while the Prince Regent built his elaborate palaces Annabelle Stirling is a charming heroine with courage and uiet strength She faces the world as it is and meets it on its own terms while never compromising herself or her values

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    PDF or EBOOK (By the Kings Design) ½ Christine Trent The rating should probably be a little higher but just didn't warrant a 4 star The cover is beautiful thoughFor a complete review visit Affaire de Coeur magazine hard copy or online at February 2012 issue

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    review By the Kings Design Christine Trent ↠ 4 Free read PDF or EBOOK (By the Kings Design) ½ Christine Trent This book was bizarre like three different books shuffled together There was a great deal of time spent on Prinny and his offenses; all of which were unnecessary to the main story also too descriptive and inappropriate The author also went into a lot of detail about the Royal Pavilion the Luddites and other random historical tidbits I would be hesitant to read another of the author's books based on the hodge

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    review By the Kings Design Christine Trent ↠ 4 Free read characters ´ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ↠ Christine Trent This is the third book I read by historical novelist Christine Trent Both The ueen's Dollmaker and A Royal Likeness were books that transported

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    review By the Kings Design PDF or EBOOK (By the Kings Design) ½ Christine Trent This third outing from Christine Trent again brings us into the life of a young craftswoman this time a draper Belle Stirling has to push back against the opinion that a woman should not be in charge of a business as well as the undercurrents

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    characters ´ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ↠ Christine Trent PDF or EBOOK (By the Kings Design) ½ Christine Trent Christine Trent ↠ 4 Free read Machines are just beginning to edge skilled workers out of their trades and England's fabric croppers are none t

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    PDF or EBOOK (By the Kings Design) ½ Christine Trent Christine Trent ↠ 4 Free read By the King’s Design’ by Christine Trent was the second book of hers that I have read There are a few drawbacks to this book that

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    PDF or EBOOK (By the Kings Design) ½ Christine Trent 35I read across all time periods in historical fiction but I think the Regency period in England's history is probably one of the ones I've read the least about I am glad that I got to remedy that with this delightful nove

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By the Kings Design Free read ´ 104 Christine Trent ↠ 4 Free read Strong willed Annabelle Stirling is than capable of running the family draper shop after the untimely death of her parents Under her father’s tutelage she became a talented cloth merchant while her brother Wesley the true heir was busy philandering about Yorkshire Knowing she must change with the times to survive Belle installs new machinery that finishes twice the fabric in half the time it takes by hand But not everyone is so enthusiastic Soon riled up by Belle’s competitors the outmoded workers seek violent revenge Her shop destroyed Belle travels to London to seek redress from Parliament W. I appreciated how dense with historical information this is I didn t know how much I wanted to read about rampaging Luddites until now I just wish all the descriptive language and historical exposition was in service of a tight well constructed plot After a strong start the middle of this book drags so much I almost abandoned it It picks up again in the end but I wish the middle third wasn t so meandering

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By the Kings Design

By the Kings Design Free read ´ 104 Christine Trent ↠ 4 Free read Hile there the Prince Regent future King George IV commissions her to provide fabrics for his Royal Pavilion As Belle’s renown spreads she meets handsome cabinetmaker Putnam Boyce but worries that marriage will mean sacrificing her now flourishing shop And after Wesley plots to kidnap the newly crowned King whose indiscretions are surfacing she finds herself entangled in a duplicitous world of shifting allegiances Painting a vivid portrait of life in the British Regency Christine Trent spins a harrowing tale of ambition vengeance love and complex loyalties against the dynamic backdrop of the ear. The rating should probably be a little higher but just didn t warrant a 4 star The cover is beautiful thoughFor a complete review visit Affaire de Coeur magazine hard copy or online at February 2012 issue

Christine Trent ↠ 4 Free read

By the Kings Design Free read ´ 104 Christine Trent ↠ 4 Free read Ly Industrial Revolution Praise for the novels of Christine Trent “Marguerite is a strong heroine and following her adventures is enjoyableReaders interested in the battle of Trafalgar will find this retelling compelling” Publishers Weekly on A Royal LikenessReaders are truly gifted with a wondrous portrait Romantic Times on A Royal Likeness 4 stars “Exuberant sparkling beguilingbrims with Dickensian gusto” Barbara Kyle author of The ueen’s Lady on The ueen’s Dollmaker“Winningly originalglittering with atmospheric detail Leslie Carroll author of Royal Affairs on The ueen’s Dollmake. By the King s Design by Christine Trent was the second book of hers that I have read There are a few drawbacks to this book that I want to get out of the way first The pace of the book was uneven It got off to a great start but then slowed down in the middle The best part was the last third of the book By then the pace rose to breakneck speed I would have preferred to have the middle shortened Also I didn t like how the men seemed to be either so very good or so terribly bad That didn t seem realisticThe book opens in April 1812 there is a meeting of Luddites in Yorkshire England Not being familiar with that part of English history I was confused Who were the Luddites I had never heard of King Ludd before I stopped reading and went to get informationI was amazed at how very complicated it was to make cloth before the Industrial Revolution There were so many steps and many different specialists at difference cloth making jobs With the mechanization of the process the material wasn t of such good uality as before but the uantity of it increased great Many specialists were shut out of their jobsI enjoyed being introduced to Annabelle aka Belle Stirling at the arrival of her new gig mill She was very intelligent and inuisitive and fiercely loyal to her brother She was too loyal for me to swallow I didn t know why she keeps excusing her brother s bad behavior to herself My patience would have run out much sooner But I did love the rest of her character She was so shrewd honest and hardworking and learned so fast So once again I fell in love with the main character I did not like her brother Wesley at all Even before he became a steady opium user he just thought of himself and what he could get anyone for himself The other male Put he was called seemed just a little too forgiving and perfectJane Austin paid a surprise visit in this book and now I understand what her purpose was in writing her books I really like her as a person I would have liked information about Beau Brummel to appear in this book as he was such a big influence on dressI recommend this historical fiction book to all those interested in the beginning of the Industrial Revolution the reign of the Regent King George and the importance of style to the well off and the royalty to this time periodI received this book from the Member Giveaway of The Library Thing and that in no way influenced my review

  • Kindle Edition
  • 369
  • By the Kings Design
  • Christine Trent
  • English
  • 15 April 2020
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