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Inocencia impetuosa This book definitely has it s flaws but it depends on how much your willing to look past it, I guess, and I did so easily, even happily Sure the heroine has her moments, you know those moments, where she needs a good hard shake until her brains rattle but I couldn t help liking this book Miss Georgiana Hartley has come to Candlewick Hall to to beg for assistance against her lecherous cousin, Charles what is it about cousins coming onto cousins in these books Yuck Unfortunately there isn t This book definitely has it s flaws but it depends on how much your willing to look past it, I guess, and I did so easily, even happily Sure the heroine has her moments, you know those moments, where she needs a good hard shake until her brains rattle but I couldn t help liking this book Miss Georgiana Hartley has come to Candlewick Hall to to beg for assistance against her lecherous cousin, Charles what is it about cousins coming onto cousins in these books Yuck Unfortunately there isn t a sympathetic lady in residence, but the incredibly handsome Lord Dominic Ridgely Normally Dominic wouldn t be caught within a hundred yards of a young marriageable miss, but he knows Charles and can guess at her situation and so he takes pity on her He sends her to his sister and her husband in London with the instructions to introduce her into the ton, sure in the fact she ll land a husband quickly so he won t have to worry about her The second she leaves however, Dominic can t stop thinking about her After forcing himself to stay away, he finally breaks down and comes to London sternly telling himself it s only for a brief look at Georgiana Just to make sure she s settling in nicely Our hero and heroine play the game for awhile She likes him and he likes her but they circle around each other, letting neither one know their feelings Finally Dominic can t hide his desire from her or from his family and tells Georgiana that he wants to marry her This declaration brings about The Big Misunderstanding Georgiana believes he s only proposing out of pity and continues in this belief for a reaaallllyyy loooooooong time While this book follows the same old tired plot contrivances and I should by rights, despise it, I liked the book I found Dominic personable, desirable and roguish while Georgie is adorable She definitely, definitely has her TSTL moments It seems she walks around with her head in the clouds, unable to see things until they leap out at her, dancing and screaming, Look At Me She refuses to believe Dominic loves her or feels desire for her to the point of ridiculousness that makes you feel that Stephanie Laurens must have needed to keep writing to meet a set page quota I rather found Georgie s naivety endearing but at times unbelievable, especially when the author makes her a sophisticated, witty conversationalist, able to outwit and outfox the great Beau Brummel himself That was a stretch of the imagination I felt you can t have it both ways She s either dumb as a doorknob or smart as a whip She can t be both This book has the standard surprise inheritance that Georgiana didn t know she had and of course the obligatory dastardly cousin who is out to steal it Even as I m writing this, I really shouldn t have liked this book but I just do I can t explain it except to say that it just worked for me, flaws and all Georgie is just so.cute It s a little patronizing, the feelings I have for her, and I m sure it s not unlike the feelings Dominic felt for her She s incredibly young and well, innocent as the title of this book suggests I can understand the appeal someone such as her would have on an incredibly jaded creature as Dominic Ridgeley but Stephanie Laurens makes her at times childlike and so when they finally do get hot and heavy, there s a squick factor that s a little nasty Thankfully it s not until the end of the book Again, this book was so formulaic and so full of the ridiculous that I should be embarrassed to admit I liked it, but I do 13 11 So light it was like fairy floss Light on the romance and light on the plot believability The heroine, Georgiana, spent the whole book believing there was no way the hero, Dominic, could actually be in love with her She came up with all kinds of crazy reasons for her disbelief in love with another, marrying her for her property, and finally marrying her to avoid creating a scandal.There were a few things I liked about the story I liked the fact that the hero realised he was in lov 13 11 So light it was like fairy floss Light on the romance and light on the plot believability The heroine, Georgiana, spent the whole book believing there was no way the hero, Dominic, could actually be in love with her She came up with all kinds of crazy reasons for her disbelief in love with another, marrying her for her property, and finally marrying her to avoid creating a scandal.There were a few things I liked about the story I liked the fact that the hero realised he was in love quite early, and didn t do everything he could to deny his feelings I liked the way Dominic kept having to rescue Georgiana from herself was amusing, though for me not LOL.I did not like Georgiana s constant disbelief of Dominic s love, one or two times would have been amusing, the third time was like Again Come on This is getting ridiculous I ve never been a fan of such light romance, and in this particular book Dominic s strength of restraint in not shocking or scaring virginal Georgiana was quite irritating If all the other experienced heroes of regency romances had used such restraint a lot of marriages and therefore children and sequels would not have happened For example, her Cynster series would not have been nearly so long lasting or popular if those regency heroes had been restrained enough to hold out till marriage, in fact her Cynster Sisters series might not have happened at all.My did not like paragraph is considerably longer than my did like paragraph, but despite that it s managed to get a three out of me, mostly because it was perfect I m not feeling well really light reading that didn t tax my brain in any way except in believability , and therefore didn t add to my I m not feeling well woes Complete fluff, too light even for brain candy No serious, compelling plot A heroine who s tstl for a Regency Main male lead is a wordly man of the ton, who is considerably older and wiser than the heroine, yet he inexplicably feels a pull towards her anyway Utterly unbelievable love story. Great novel Traditional Regency proper English spelling Absolutely love that fact The plot itself was good Misunderstanding aplenty which could be tedious at times, but love the characters even the minor ones were well developed HIGHLY RECOMMENDED Great novel Traditional Regency proper English spelling Absolutely love that fact The plot itself was good Misunderstanding aplenty which could be tedious at times, but love the characters even the minor ones were well developed HIGHLY RECOMMENDED ridiculous and yet tedious at the same time not exciting at all Georgiana is basically too innocent to function Dominic is like such a rake He convinces his sister to launch her in society and when he stops in for a visit he s STRUCK She s in insta love he figures out his man feelings and hijinks ensue 1 This was decently written Overly simplistic and somewhat repetitious, yes, but the majority of characters were interesting and I was suitably intrigued by the story to keep reading.2 HOWEVER, some of the December May tropes were a little gross Yes, Georgiana is basically too innocent to function Dominic is like such a rake He convinces his sister to launch her in society and when he stops in for a visit he s STRUCK She s in insta love he figures out his man feelings and hijinks ensue 1 This was decently written Overly simplistic and somewhat repetitious, yes, but the majority of characters were interesting and I was suitably intrigued by the story to keep reading.2 HOWEVER, some of the December May tropes were a little gross Yes, there s a gap of 14 years between the hero and heroine there s a larger one between the hero s sister and her husband but it wasthe continual reliance upon his greater experience and her inability to stand up to him that really got my goat Take the following for example And, as happened so often before, in the warm blue of his gaze, she felt their wills collide and hers melt away.See, to me, that isn t romantic It s overbearing and domineering and it doesn t make me feel all warm and swoon y It makes me feel rather as though Georgiana should run and run fast.3 It almost felt as though Laurens was channeling Heyer, slightly, with some of the wryness and the hardened rake meets overt innocent trope It didn t quite come together as Heyer usually does, however, and instead of rising above its problematic elements, Impetuous Innocent rather gets mired down and lost in them Todo estaba saliendo como Dominic hab a planeado bueno, casi todo Tras la muerte de su padre, Georgiana Hartley regres a Inglaterra donde tuvo que enfrentarse a las groseras proposiciones de su primo Como no ten a otro lugar al que acudir, intent refugiarse en la propiedad de Dominic Ridley con la esperanza de que su vecino fuera amable con ella El vizconde Ridley no pod a permitir que aquella encantadora muchacha se convirtiera en se orita de compa a de nadie, as que decidi ponerla en las sabias manos de su hermana De pronto, Georgiana se hab a convertido en toda una dama que ten a que quitarse a los pretendientes de encima Y Dominic no tard en descubrir que l tambi n la deseaba ➹ [Read] ➵ Gender in Psychoanalytic Space By Muriel Dimen ➼ – 9facts.co.uk casi todo Tras la muerte de su padre ❮Download❯ ➵ Insight and Interpretation Author Roy Schafer – 9facts.co.uk Georgiana Hartley regres a Inglaterra donde tuvo que enfrentarse a las groseras proposiciones de su primo Como no ten a otro lugar al que acudir ➼ [Reading] ➾ Good People in an Evil Time By Svetlana Broz ➱ – 9facts.co.uk intent refugiarse en la propiedad de Dominic Ridley con la esperanza de que su vecino fuera amable con ella El vizconde Ridley no pod a permitir que aquella encantadora muchacha se convirtiera en se orita de compa a de nadie ❰Reading❯ ➼ On a Day Like This Author Peter Stamm – 9facts.co.uk as que decidi ponerla en las sabias manos de su hermana De pronto [PDF] ✎ Heart to Start ✐ Derek Handley – 9facts.co.uk Georgiana se hab a convertido en toda una dama que ten a que quitarse a los pretendientes de encima Y Dominic no tard en descubrir que l tambi n la deseaba Overall, I loved this book Dominic is an absolute sweetheart, and Georgiana is so charming There were a number of grammar errors I found irritating, but these were not distracting from the quality of the book Definitely one of my new favorites This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Georgiana has to be the most oblivious and annoying creature I ve run across in romantic literature in a long time While at first her innocence is charming, it quickly becomes annoying as she sits in astonished bewilderment faroften than any woman of modest intelligence should Also, her doubts about Dominic are incredible to me Loving someone whom you d be willing to marry implies to me that you know something about their character and that you trust them Love without knowledge and t Georgiana has to be the most oblivious and annoying creature I ve run across in romantic literature in a long time While at first her innocence is charming, it quickly becomes annoying as she sits in astonished bewilderment faroften than any woman of modest intelligence should Also, her doubts about Dominic are incredible to me Loving someone whom you d be willing to marry implies to me that you know something about their character and that you trust them Love without knowledge and trust of the person is nothing but infatuation So if Georgiana was infatuated with Dominic, then her doubts about his love for her are reasonable since she obviously knows nothing of his character or whether she can trust him or not, she can easily doubt him Unfortunately the author makes a point to say that Georgiana is not infatuated, so her doubt of his affection and motives makes no sense And the fact that she won t talk to him about her concerns calls her feelings into question evenShe s the kind of girl who s most likely to mistake sex for love if Dominic had seduced her halfway through the book, the story would have been half as long Apparently all Georgiana needed to know was that he was going to kiss her like he kissed his mistress and she would have consented to be his wife much sooner.Finally, if I had to hear onetime how mesmerizing Dominic s gaze is supposed to be, I think I d have to track down the author and slap her Honestly, what self respecting woman loses her train of thought so frequently when she looks into a man s eyes It might be understandable for a time anyone gets nervous around someone they like but after rejecting his suit before he even asks thrice no less , she should be able to meet his eyes without her brain turning to jello every time And I can even make allowances for her losing her train of thought occassionally after that first nervousness wears off sometimes the look in your love s eyes just takes your breath away but not every time I think if Georgiana had a bitbackbone or seemed to mature somewhat during the course of the book, I would have enjoyed the storyInstead I felt like Dominic would have been better off with scheming Lady Changley since she, at least, could hold a coherent thought in her head around him I realize that historically marriages weren t made on knowledge and trust, but this book is not part of the historical record and since the author insists Georgie is in love with Dominic, I must believe that the rules of actual marriages of the time didn t apply Worst Stephanie Laurens book I have read and I think I have read 90% of them I love her Cynster and Bastion Club novels that are romantic, steamy, and entertaining with clever witty exchanges between characters I can only assume this book was written before Ms Laurens developed her engaging author s voice and the delight of her mature female heroines.This book sets up at the beginning that the hero is attracted to the heroine even if she is only 18 because she was raised in Italy and has a p Worst Stephanie Laurens book I have read and I think I have read 90% of them I love her Cynster and Bastion Club novels that are romantic, steamy, and entertaining with clever witty exchanges between characters I can only assume this book was written before Ms Laurens developed her engaging author s voice and the delight of her mature female heroines.This book sets up at the beginning that the hero is attracted to the heroine even if she is only 18 because she was raised in Italy and has a polish and maturity unlike the other debs However the longer the book drags on, every cliched obstacle to a HEA is thrown in Just when you think they are past one, then another moment of the Heroine s hysteria is thrown in Melodrama and misunderstandings are fueled by her insecurities, inexperience and lack of self confidence the longer the book went on, thethe actions and personality of the heroine drove me crazy I kept wanting to tell him to run, run away fast.I have margin notes re considering DNF at least 5 or 6 times.Very disappointed would not recommend if you like her Cynster and Bastion Club novels

    ➹ [Read] ➵ Gender in Psychoanalytic Space By Muriel Dimen ➼ – 9facts.co.uk casi todo Tras la muerte de su padre ❮Download❯ ➵ Insight and Interpretation Author Roy Schafer – 9facts.co.uk Georgiana Hartley regres a Inglaterra donde tuvo que enfrentarse a las groseras proposiciones de su primo Como no ten a otro lugar al que acudir ➼ [Reading] ➾ Good People in an Evil Time By Svetlana Broz ➱ – 9facts.co.uk intent refugiarse en la propiedad de Dominic Ridley con la esperanza de que su vecino fuera amable con ella El vizconde Ridley no pod a permitir que aquella encantadora muchacha se convirtiera en se orita de compa a de nadie ❰Reading❯ ➼ On a Day Like This Author Peter Stamm – 9facts.co.uk as que decidi ponerla en las sabias manos de su hermana De pronto [PDF] ✎ Heart to Start ✐ Derek Handley – 9facts.co.uk Georgiana se hab a convertido en toda una dama que ten a que quitarse a los pretendientes de encima Y Dominic no tard en descubrir que l tambi n la deseaba Overall, I loved this book Dominic is an absolute sweetheart, and Georgiana is so charming There were a number of grammar errors I found irritating, but these were not distracting from the quality of the book Definitely one of my new favorites This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Georgiana has to be the most oblivious and annoying creature I ve run across in romantic literature in a long time While at first her innocence is charming, it quickly becomes annoying as she sits in astonished bewilderment faroften than any woman of modest intelligence should Also, her doubts about Dominic are incredible to me Loving someone whom you d be willing to marry implies to me that you know something about their character and that you trust them Love without knowledge and t Georgiana has to be the most oblivious and annoying creature I ve run across in romantic literature in a long time While at first her innocence is charming, it quickly becomes annoying as she sits in astonished bewilderment faroften than any woman of modest intelligence should Also, her doubts about Dominic are incredible to me Loving someone whom you d be willing to marry implies to me that you know something about their character and that you trust them Love without knowledge and trust of the person is nothing but infatuation So if Georgiana was infatuated with Dominic, then her doubts about his love for her are reasonable since she obviously knows nothing of his character or whether she can trust him or not, she can easily doubt him Unfortunately the author makes a point to say that Georgiana is not infatuated, so her doubt of his affection and motives makes no sense And the fact that she won t talk to him about her concerns calls her feelings into question evenShe s the kind of girl who s most likely to mistake sex for love if Dominic had seduced her halfway through the book, the story would have been half as long Apparently all Georgiana needed to know was that he was going to kiss her like he kissed his mistress and she would have consented to be his wife much sooner.Finally, if I had to hear onetime how mesmerizing Dominic s gaze is supposed to be, I think I d have to track down the author and slap her Honestly, what self respecting woman loses her train of thought so frequently when she looks into a man s eyes It might be understandable for a time anyone gets nervous around someone they like but after rejecting his suit before he even asks thrice no less , she should be able to meet his eyes without her brain turning to jello every time And I can even make allowances for her losing her train of thought occassionally after that first nervousness wears off sometimes the look in your love s eyes just takes your breath away but not every time I think if Georgiana had a bitbackbone or seemed to mature somewhat during the course of the book, I would have enjoyed the storyInstead I felt like Dominic would have been better off with scheming Lady Changley since she, at least, could hold a coherent thought in her head around him I realize that historically marriages weren t made on knowledge and trust, but this book is not part of the historical record and since the author insists Georgie is in love with Dominic, I must believe that the rules of actual marriages of the time didn t apply Worst Stephanie Laurens book I have read and I think I have read 90% of them I love her Cynster and Bastion Club novels that are romantic, steamy, and entertaining with clever witty exchanges between characters I can only assume this book was written before Ms Laurens developed her engaging author s voice and the delight of her mature female heroines.This book sets up at the beginning that the hero is attracted to the heroine even if she is only 18 because she was raised in Italy and has a p Worst Stephanie Laurens book I have read and I think I have read 90% of them I love her Cynster and Bastion Club novels that are romantic, steamy, and entertaining with clever witty exchanges between characters I can only assume this book was written before Ms Laurens developed her engaging author s voice and the delight of her mature female heroines.This book sets up at the beginning that the hero is attracted to the heroine even if she is only 18 because she was raised in Italy and has a polish and maturity unlike the other debs However the longer the book drags on, every cliched obstacle to a HEA is thrown in Just when you think they are past one, then another moment of the Heroine s hysteria is thrown in Melodrama and misunderstandings are fueled by her insecurities, inexperience and lack of self confidence the longer the book went on, thethe actions and personality of the heroine drove me crazy I kept wanting to tell him to run, run away fast.I have margin notes re considering DNF at least 5 or 6 times.Very disappointed would not recommend if you like her Cynster and Bastion Club novels"/>
  • Paperback
  • 319 pages
  • Inocencia impetuosa
  • Stephanie Laurens
  • Spanish
  • 15 October 2019
  • 8467116811

About the Author: Stephanie Laurens

Stephanie Laurens was born in Sri Lanka, which was at the time the British colony of Ceylon When she was 5, her family moved to Melbourne, Australia, where she was raised After continuing through school and earning a Ph.D in Biochemistry in Australia, Stephanie and her husband moved to Great Britain, taking one of the last true overland journeys from Katmandu to London.Once in London, Stephanie and her husband both began work as research scientists in Kent They lived in an area surrounded by history Their own cottage was built in the 16th century, while next door were the protected ruins of an early Roman villa, and nearby was a 14th century castle.After four years in England, Stephanie and her husband returned to Australia, where she continued to work in cancer research, eventually heading her own research laboratory One evening Stephanie realized that she did not have anyof her favorite romance novels to read After years of thinking about writing her own novel, during nights and weekends for the next several months, she began crafting her own story That manuscript, Tangled Reins, was the first of her books to be published After achieving a level of success with her novels, Stephanie retired from scientific research and became a full time novelist Her novels are primarily historical romances set in the Regency time period.Stephanie and her husband live on peaceful acreage on the outskirts of Melbourne If she isn t writing, she s reading, and if she s not reading, she s tending her garden.