Best Read [JessicaJefferson] ☆ Taming Miss Tisdale || [Humor and Comedy Book] PDF é

By JessicaJefferson | Comments: ( 956 ) | Date: ( Apr 05, 2020 )

Miss Tamsin Tisdale believes herself to be completely unsuitable for London life After a myriad of social mishaps, and the potential ruination of her family name, she s shipped away to her cousin s northern estate Only after she accepts the type of existence Society dictates she must follow will she be welcomed home.Marcus Winston, the Duke of Grayson, has a lackluster rMiss Tamsin Tisdale believes herself to be completely unsuitable for London life After a myriad of social mishaps, and the potential ruination of her family name, she s shipped away to her cousin s northern estate Only after she accepts the type of existence Society dictates she must follow will she be welcomed home.Marcus Winston, the Duke of Grayson, has a lackluster reputation The last in a dying line, he s endured a protected life rank with privilege, but encumbered by isolation After a brief encounter with rebellion, he learns the devastating consequences of his carelessness and willingly accepts living life from inside his gilded cage.However, a chance meeting with the brazen Miss Tisdale gives Marc the opportunity to reinvent himself into the man he s always dreamed of being But when his deception comes to light, and ghosts from both their pasts threaten to unravel the intimacy they ve come to cherish, will either of them set their fears aside long enough to embrace love Or will Miss Tisdale s stubbornness divide them


  • Title: Taming Miss Tisdale
  • Author: JessicaJefferson
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 214
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JessicaJefferson

Jessica Jefferson makes her home in Almost Chicago with her husband, nine and three year old girls, guinea pigs, and English bulldog Pete When she s not busy trying to find middle ground between being a modern career woman and Suzy Homemaker, she loves to watch Real Housewives of insert city here and performing unnecessary improvements to her home and property Jessica writes Regency era historical romance with a modern twist, infused with humor She tries to create endearingly flawed heroes and one of a kind heroines that you ll want to continue knowing long after you read the last page.Be sure and sign up to receive updates about new releases at jessicajefferson



Comments Taming Miss Tisdale

  • Tracy T.

    Fun story, great narration by Beverly Crick (audible review)This was a fun story, I enjoyed all of it. I love Tamsin, she was so funny! She said whatever was on her mind. All the time! LOL.The story line and plot was very good. I really liked "Mr. Winston" aka The Duke of Grayson. He just wanted to be normal. His mother was awful. Tamsin and Marcus made a great match. There are some very funny moments in this book. A lot of great dialogue too.As for the narration. It was great, another Beverly C [...]


  • Ƥʋиʏα [Punya Reviews...]

    My review contains spoilers and they're mostly my thoughts as I went with the book for more, visit Punya ReviewsI’ve been looking forward to book 2 of Regency Blooms by Jessica Jefferson ever since I read the first book in the series. In that one, I found the author’s writing style great, enjoyed the storyline just as much. But most of all, I was taken with one of the secondary characters, the h’s sister who, I knew, was going to have a book of her own which is Taming Miss Tisdale. Unfortu [...]


  • Debbie McCreary

    Tamsin Tisdale is in exile. Not exactly, but since she spilled soup on the Marquess of Stapleton in London, her family thought it best to visit her cousin Elizabeth and Uncle in Barton, away from London. Just until the scandal wore out. But with Tamsin, she was one scandal after another. Not your typical Lady, Tamsin is outspoken, acted before she thought and did not act at all like the ton expected. This was one such time, when on a ride in Barton, she got lost and met Mr. Winston. Well, he sai [...]


  • Norma Reasor

    Very good


  • Jody

    After enjoying this author's first book in the Regency Blooms series I greatly anticipated reading this installment and enjoyed it just as much as the characters were memorable and immensely likable. From start to finish the romance was refreshing and the banter delightful though some of the events were predictable.Marc, the Duke of Grayson, lived a life of solitude growing up as his parents tried to keep Society from discovering he had epilepsy. He was kept cosseted at home with very little fri [...]


  • Farrah

    An overall enjoyable historical romance, Taming Miss Tisdale was a lovely read. It wasn't perfect, but I liked it and enjoyed reading it.Tamsin was a strong heroine who was determined to live life on her own terms. At the beginning, she had an annoying habit of thinking that having vulnerabilities or being beautiful amounted to being weak. It often made her seem judgmental, because she even had that view in regards to her sister. But, as the book went on, she realized that one could still be str [...]


  • Myrt

    A Myrt's ReviewTaming Miss Tisdale by Jessica Jefferson4.5 Stars For This Regency Romance!The outspoken Tamsin Tisdale is staying with her cousin in the countryside after committing a social faux pas during the London Season.  Tamsin is not interested in marriage, not willing to forfeit her independence for a husband. The Duke of Grayson is considered a remote snob who avoids interaction with those he considers beneath him.  Marc, the Duke, is actually misunderstood.  After being diagnosed wi [...]


  • Maria

    Last year, I read and enjoyed Compromising Miss Tisdale, the first in the Regency Blooms series, by newcomer Jessica Jefferson. That lovely novel of manners was a charming, funny, and elegant historical romance. And there was one very memorable character who stood out in that debut: Miss Tamsin Tisdale, the heroine’s sister. Feisty, strong, and tomboyish, this is her happy ending.Marcus Winston, the Duke of Grayson is a true beta hero, very reminiscent of Edward Ailsbury in The Secret Mistress [...]


  • C.D. Hersh

    Marcus Winston, the eighth Duke of Grayson, is a recluse because of his domineering mother who wants to keep his illness a secret. Marcus must learn to leave her shadow if he is going to find the love of his life rather than the woman his mother plans for him to marry.Tamsin Tisdale is not your typical regency female in that she speaks her mind and does not get along well with a sewing needle. Being independent and rebellious has caused her to be sent away from London.The plot is well developed [...]


  • Nana Prah

    You know how at the end of a great movie you clap. That’s what I did for Taming Miss Tisdale. The characters were extraordinary, all of them were interesting and dynamic, entertaining me with their snarky comments. I’ve liked Tamsin ever since book one, Compromising Miss Tisdale, which I also loved. She has fire, heart, and a smart mouth. Marcus’ calm disposition was a perfect compliment to Tamsin's wilder spirit. Marcus had some spit in him too, coming out with some lines that made my mou [...]


  • Collette Cameron

    There’s so much to love! I adored Jessica Jefferson’s hero and heroine. Tasmin and Marc are such unique characters. You can’t help but fall in love with them. Though some of the typical tropes move the plot along nicely, there are a few surprises to keep you flipping the pages. Tasmin has no need for a man’s attention, which is why she finds herself banished to her cousin’s after dumping her soup into a lord’s lap. His Grace is a man guarding a dark secret behind a carefully construc [...]


  • Susan James

    I loved this book. A well written sprightly Regency Romance with delightful characters. Tamsin is a charming heroine and I adored her Duke with his alter ego of Mr. Winston. I rarely fine a new author with a good grasp of Regency. Ms. Jefferson does a wonderful job. Her secondary characters, Elizabeth and Jason, are wonderful complements to the main action. I can't wait to read Jason's story. I am hoping Ms. Jefferson will turn out to be a prolific writer so I can read it soon.I was given a copy [...]


  • Sophia Kimble

    I absolutely loved this book. I'd never read any of this author's books before, but fell in love instantly. I read Taming Miss Tisdale without having read the first in the series, Compromising Miss Tisdale, and I had no trouble following the story. I will be buying the first in the series and anxiously await anymore to follow. After the ending in Taming Miss Tisdale, I'm quite sure the next will be about Rose Tisdale and the rake! Ms. Jefferson, hurry and write it! I highly recommend this book.


  • Cynthia Gail

    I loved Compromising Miss Tisdale and her newest release, Taming Miss Tisdale was wonderful too! I love her characters, their unique style, banter and wit. Her heroines are strong and vibrant and her heroes are so likeable you can't help but root for them. Jessica Jefferson is a permanent on my to-read list.


  • Ann Gonzalez

    I really liked Tamsin's story. I think it was a great story and I look forward to more in the series. I would like to read about Rose and Jason St. Regis.


  • Lola Montalvo

    To be as confident and strong as Miss Tisdale, it's funny how you are always last to know you are indeed in love . Great read!


  • Patty McKenna Van Hulle

    Checkout my revised review on Flame Resistant Undies Romance Reviews. flameresistantundiesromanc


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