Brimming with the warmth and charm of a playful puppy, Cabot’s (Lady of Skye, etc.) Victorian-era EDUCATING CAROLINE. Patricia Cabot, Author. Pocket. Educating Caroline by Patricia Cabot – book cover, description, publication history. Educating Caroline by Patricia Cabot – Lady Caroline Linford is horrified to discover her fiancé, the Marquis of Winchilsea, in the arms of another woman.

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Anyway–while the story was a cute one, I kept stumbling over these raggedy wrong historical elements, which kept jerking me out of the story.

So I will definitely read more of her work as Patricia, which I found to be a lot better than her attempt to do grown up Mia in her most famous series, A Princess Diary. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.

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As their passionate tutelage begins, sparks fly — and the lines between teacher and student fall away. I’m rereading some old favourites because there aren’t many new releases that appeal at the moment. Thank you for signing up, fellow book lover! Braden agrees to ppatricia. I especially loved Braden Granville’s father. Hurst is screwing lady Jaquline every chance he gets.

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This book sucked so much just reiterating it made me take aptricia star off my review, one star for wasting my flipping time!! Nothing, absolutely no favour or debt in the world can compel a loving parent to actively and consciously ruin their child’s life.


Storm in and make a scene! She’s ready to call off the engagement, but her mother tells her there’s no way she can end it without causing a reputation ending scandal.

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Braden entered into his engagement to Jacquelyn in good faith. Now there is just one last lesson to learn: Yeah, I know, I hate those books, patricix I need to indulge my completionist urges.

Mar 17, Jessica Chavez rated it did not like it. Also I couldn’t handle the tired sexist tropes.

The main plot is the tutelage between Braden and Caroline and this plot is wonderful. This is among the most delightful I’ve read this year. Nevertheless, Braden, who worked his way out of London’s worst crime-ridden ghetto only to be reviled by society’s elite, knows he’s being cuckolded, and he’s determined to discover the identity of Jacquelyn’s lover so that he can call off their wedding.

Look, here comes Braden, looking angry Braden: I know I appreciate reading what everyone else says when choosing books, so that’s I why I want to add my voice to the chorus of praise: Unlike any other woman freaking out, instead she finds herself lacking and therefore decides to seek help from an expert The rich but low-born hero knows his daughter-of-a-duke fiancee is cheating on him, but he can’t find out who, so he can break off the engagement without getting sued for breach of contract and losing wads of money.


Ich wurde eines Besseren belehrt: Bythe beginnings of the bustle were being seen. The secondary characters are delightful, the servants, Tommy and Emily. Braden also feels strongly for her and a man in love is a man in pursuit!

Poor Caroline sees her fiancee in flagrante delicto with the beautiful but despicable Lady Jacqueline. The Best Books of To make him love her, Caroline resolves to become an expert in lovemaking, and she turns to Braden, the Lothario of London, for instruction.

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Ich konnte es kaum aus den Fingern legen. He supposedly knows her so well, holding onto her even when she tries to push him away, because he knows she doesn’t really want him to let go. When he kisses her she forgets everything and everyone around her and afterwards can’t believe or even understand how he got so far. I can tell she’s really enjoying it. How did they meet? European Historical Romance Review Tags: