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Author: Martha Kirkland. Major Stephen Rutledge agrees to help his stuffy older friend write letters to woo a young lady, but when he finally lays eyes on the lovely woman who has fallen in love with his prose, he is determined to have her for himself instead. Download Miss Maitland's Letters (Signet Regency Romance) by Martha Kirkland free. Miss Maitland's Letters (Signet Regency Romance) by Martha Kirkland fb2 DOWNLOAD FREE.

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Major Stephen Rutledge agrees to help his stuffy older friend write letters to woo a young lady, but when he finally lays eyes on the lovely woman who has fallen in love with his prose, he is determined to have her for himself instead. Original.

Miss Maitland's Letters (Signet Regency Romance) epub download

ISBN13: 978-0451199737

ISBN: 0451199731

Author: Martha Kirkland

Category: Romance

Subcategory: Historical

Language: English

Publisher: Signet; First Edition edition (March 1, 2000)

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Rating: 4.9

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Haal
From the get go, we like the hero, Stephen. He's kind and nice and considerate of our heroine's feelings. Making him army buddies with the fiancée (Paul), but not friends, was brilliant. Upon meeting his correspondent, Stephen finds excuses to delay his departure so that he could remain with Lorna. Without realizing it, Stephen has set himself up for the Herculean task of winning her heart twice. They spark off each other from their first meeting as dinner partners and can't help but enjoy the other's company. They share the same sense of humor and laugh together a lot. This is a great story of HOW people fall in love---a basic step that gets overlooked more often than I'd like in romance novels. The castanet joke was well done and employed to great effect. When Stephen returns to Lorna it's so clear what his intentions are that it's nearly laughable. There are no games then, just more loving and laughing. Great, great story.
Haal
From the get go, we like the hero, Stephen. He's kind and nice and considerate of our heroine's feelings. Making him army buddies with the fiancée (Paul), but not friends, was brilliant. Upon meeting his correspondent, Stephen finds excuses to delay his departure so that he could remain with Lorna. Without realizing it, Stephen has set himself up for the Herculean task of winning her heart twice. They spark off each other from their first meeting as dinner partners and can't help but enjoy the other's company. They share the same sense of humor and laugh together a lot. This is a great story of HOW people fall in love---a basic step that gets overlooked more often than I'd like in romance novels. The castanet joke was well done and employed to great effect. When Stephen returns to Lorna it's so clear what his intentions are that it's nearly laughable. There are no games then, just more loving and laughing. Great, great story.
Hbr
This has to be one of my favorite stories by Martha Kirkland, if not my favorite. A gently told story with good characters.
Hbr
This has to be one of my favorite stories by Martha Kirkland, if not my favorite. A gently told story with good characters.
Ann
Enjoyed the plot; good amount of humor and fun; some use of historical data; reasonable character development; just lagged a bit here-and-there.
Ann
Enjoyed the plot; good amount of humor and fun; some use of historical data; reasonable character development; just lagged a bit here-and-there.
Syleazahad
This summer I have begun The Great Closet Decluttering and one thing I'm trying to tackle is the too-many boxes of old paperbacks tucked away. While going through one box I discovered 14 Regency romances by Martha Kirkland (all released from 1995-2003). Wow, I said to myself, I must have really liked this author, so why can't I remember much of anything about these books? To investigate the little mystery, I'm rereading a few. Turns out, so far, that there may have been a reason I bought so many. The writing is intelligent and well expressed and the characters and their romances appealing. Unfortunately, none of Kirkland's many Regencies are available in e-format and, in addition, I can find no way to contact the author to encourage her to do something about that.

This particular story from 2000 has Major Stephen Rutledge, Lieutenant Paul Clement and Miss Lorna Maitland as main characters in a love triangle of sorts. Soldiers Paul and Stephen are in Belgium around the time of Waterloo when Paul receives word from his financially-strapped baron father that he has been conscripted into betrothal to the daughter of wealthy wool merchant Calvin Maitland. A win-win situation for the baron father who needs money and for cit Maitland who loves his daughter and wants to see her upward mobility. Not a win for snobby Paul, who disdains the middle class and feels this marriage will be beneath him.

When Miss Maitland reaches out to Paul in a letter, hoping to become better acquainted, he almost tosses it into the fire. Stephen objects, saying it would be highly discourteous not to reply. Paul then informs Stephen that if he thinks it's so important, he should write to her. And thus begins the friendship of Lorna and Stephen/Paul. Lorna imagines herself in love with "Paul" because of the lovely letters and now looks forward to meeting the man himself.

After Stephen and Paul return from the Wars, the Maitlands are invited for a visit to the Clements' estate to make the engagement official. Stephen is there too because he wants to meet his penpal. And now, of course, you know what's going to happen. But in spite of the predictability and inevitability of the course of this true love, it's the way the story is told that makes it good. The characters are well developed, even the secondaries, and the dialogue is intelligent and often witty.

There's no OW to muck up the works, I'm happy to report. Just the letter writer's identity issue, which takes a bit too long to uncover, in part because of some rather contrived situations toward the end. However, Lorna, although slow to pick up on the clues as to who her penpal was, is quite objective in the way she looks at cold, snobby Paul and at warm, caring Stephen once she meets them in person. More impressed by a person's character, she's not starry-eyed because Paul is handsome and upper class.

And the reader is treated to some little extra tidbits, such as beekeeping and a trip to Stratford-upon-Avon, Shakespeare's birthplace. Although I knew most of the Shakespeare info already, it may be new to some readers and is definitely interesting. One particular eye-opener is what Shakespeare left to his wife Anne Hathaway in his will. (The cad!)
Syleazahad
This summer I have begun The Great Closet Decluttering and one thing I'm trying to tackle is the too-many boxes of old paperbacks tucked away. While going through one box I discovered 14 Regency romances by Martha Kirkland (all released from 1995-2003). Wow, I said to myself, I must have really liked this author, so why can't I remember much of anything about these books? To investigate the little mystery, I'm rereading a few. Turns out, so far, that there may have been a reason I bought so many. The writing is intelligent and well expressed and the characters and their romances appealing. Unfortunately, none of Kirkland's many Regencies are available in e-format and, in addition, I can find no way to contact the author to encourage her to do something about that.

This particular story from 2000 has Major Stephen Rutledge, Lieutenant Paul Clement and Miss Lorna Maitland as main characters in a love triangle of sorts. Soldiers Paul and Stephen are in Belgium around the time of Waterloo when Paul receives word from his financially-strapped baron father that he has been conscripted into betrothal to the daughter of wealthy wool merchant Calvin Maitland. A win-win situation for the baron father who needs money and for cit Maitland who loves his daughter and wants to see her upward mobility. Not a win for snobby Paul, who disdains the middle class and feels this marriage will be beneath him.

When Miss Maitland reaches out to Paul in a letter, hoping to become better acquainted, he almost tosses it into the fire. Stephen objects, saying it would be highly discourteous not to reply. Paul then informs Stephen that if he thinks it's so important, he should write to her. And thus begins the friendship of Lorna and Stephen/Paul. Lorna imagines herself in love with "Paul" because of the lovely letters and now looks forward to meeting the man himself.

After Stephen and Paul return from the Wars, the Maitlands are invited for a visit to the Clements' estate to make the engagement official. Stephen is there too because he wants to meet his penpal. And now, of course, you know what's going to happen. But in spite of the predictability and inevitability of the course of this true love, it's the way the story is told that makes it good. The characters are well developed, even the secondaries, and the dialogue is intelligent and often witty.

There's no OW to muck up the works, I'm happy to report. Just the letter writer's identity issue, which takes a bit too long to uncover, in part because of some rather contrived situations toward the end. However, Lorna, although slow to pick up on the clues as to who her penpal was, is quite objective in the way she looks at cold, snobby Paul and at warm, caring Stephen once she meets them in person. More impressed by a person's character, she's not starry-eyed because Paul is handsome and upper class.

And the reader is treated to some little extra tidbits, such as beekeeping and a trip to Stratford-upon-Avon, Shakespeare's birthplace. Although I knew most of the Shakespeare info already, it may be new to some readers and is definitely interesting. One particular eye-opener is what Shakespeare left to his wife Anne Hathaway in his will. (The cad!)
Ynap
What more could you ask for?
I wasn't sure I was going to like this one, but once I started reading it, I was unable to put it down.
Miss Maitland's wealthy father wants a title for his daughter. So, he gets her engaged to Paul Clement. Only, Paul has little use for the daughter of a wool merchant. So, his friend Stephen Rutledge begins a pen pal relationship with Lorna Maitland. Through the course of their letters, they fall in love with each other. Lorna thinks she's fallen in love with her fiancee. Stephen knows he has fallen in love with his friend's intended bride.
The main characters are truly likable. Stephen is a strong man - a leader - without being too strong or too competant. He isn't perfect and doesn't want to be.
Lorna is the daugher of a wealthy father. She doesn't take that lightly, but uses her wealth and position to help others.
Does it take her a while to figure out that Stephen wrote the letters and not Paul? Yeah - maybe that was dragged on a bit too far. But than again, without the reader's omnipotant knowledge of the events, how long would it take any of us to figure out what had happened?
This was a fun, well written book. I highly recommend.
Ynap
What more could you ask for?
I wasn't sure I was going to like this one, but once I started reading it, I was unable to put it down.
Miss Maitland's wealthy father wants a title for his daughter. So, he gets her engaged to Paul Clement. Only, Paul has little use for the daughter of a wool merchant. So, his friend Stephen Rutledge begins a pen pal relationship with Lorna Maitland. Through the course of their letters, they fall in love with each other. Lorna thinks she's fallen in love with her fiancee. Stephen knows he has fallen in love with his friend's intended bride.
The main characters are truly likable. Stephen is a strong man - a leader - without being too strong or too competant. He isn't perfect and doesn't want to be.
Lorna is the daugher of a wealthy father. She doesn't take that lightly, but uses her wealth and position to help others.
Does it take her a while to figure out that Stephen wrote the letters and not Paul? Yeah - maybe that was dragged on a bit too far. But than again, without the reader's omnipotant knowledge of the events, how long would it take any of us to figure out what had happened?
This was a fun, well written book. I highly recommend.
Vut
At first I wasn't really sure how good this book would be, but the more I read the more I like! Ms. Kirkland did a wonderful job with description. And she did a great job pulling me into the story and feeling what the characters were feeling. The only problem that I had with the story was that the heroine seemed to me to be blind about her "real" true love. To me it seemed to take a little to long for her to accept the truth of her feelings and figure out that it wasn't her betrothed that wrote her those wonderful letters that she fell in love with but in fact his friend. Overall it was a really good book that completely kept my attention for the entire book. I do recommend this book to many people.
Vut
At first I wasn't really sure how good this book would be, but the more I read the more I like! Ms. Kirkland did a wonderful job with description. And she did a great job pulling me into the story and feeling what the characters were feeling. The only problem that I had with the story was that the heroine seemed to me to be blind about her "real" true love. To me it seemed to take a little to long for her to accept the truth of her feelings and figure out that it wasn't her betrothed that wrote her those wonderful letters that she fell in love with but in fact his friend. Overall it was a really good book that completely kept my attention for the entire book. I do recommend this book to many people.