[PDF] æ Free Read ✓ Taming Lord Renwick : by Jeanne Savery Ä

By Jeanne Savery | Comments: ( 184 ) | Date: ( Aug 21, 2019 )

HE NEEDED A SCRIBE Only two things could cheer Lord Jason Renwick, near blinded by an accident in India One was his pet tiger, Sahib, who earned Jason s Sussex house the nickname Tiger s Lair the other, his journals of that exotic land which he could no longer read But when he secured the well schooled services of Miss Eustacia Coleson and her lovely lilting voice, andHE NEEDED A SCRIBE Only two things could cheer Lord Jason Renwick, near blinded by an accident in India One was his pet tiger, Sahib, who earned Jason s Sussex house the nickname Tiger s Lair the other, his journals of that exotic land which he could no longer read But when he secured the well schooled services of Miss Eustacia Coleson and her lovely lilting voice, and embarked on a memoir, a dilemma faced him Eustacia had become the light of his life and Sahib s She was an angel who made him dream of the most intimate bliss Yet no man of honor, maimed as he was, could aspire to such a lady s hand SHE WANTED A POSITION Eustacia found herself in quite a pickle Her reverend father s death had reduced her to a life of genteel poverty with a stepmother who ran up debts for fripperies, and proposed to marry Eustacia to a fat, elderly, malodorous suitor Tiger s Lair was her only escape Intrigued by his lordship s tawny beast and even by its handsome, growling master and his tales of the East Eustacia endeavored to free Jason from his cage of bitterness only to find herself imprisoned by a hopeless love For parsons daughters never became baronesses Not, that is, without help from a feline lord of the jungle


  • Title: Taming Lord Renwick
  • Author: Jeanne Savery
  • ISBN: 9780821764473
  • Page: 493
  • Format: Paperback

About Author:

Jeanne Savery

Jeanne Savery has lived and travelled in Great Britain with her spouse, an American Professor of British Politics An American herself, she is descended from the English via her father and the Scots via her mother.She first read the Regency Romances of Georgette Heyer while living in Sidcup, Kent She reread them while living in Whitstable, Kent The dialogue was charming, but the detail was forbidding No mistakes That s the watchword.For library research, she amassed and read a library of diaries, letters, memoirs, yearbooks, etc from the era For field research, she and her spouse repeatedly crisscrossed the island of Great Britain Their two daughters fondly recall a family jaunt with bed and breakfast in August, 1973 London to Pembroke to Chester to Carlisle to Stirling to Edinburgh to Hawick to London.She published her first Regency Romance in 1991 Since then, she has published numerous novels and novellas.She has received the Reader s Choice Award and been awarded the Holt Medallion She is a member of Novelists, Inc and Romance Writers of America.



Comments Taming Lord Renwick

  • Best_beloved

    Although not my style of romance novel, this was well written. I’m not a big fan of soft looks and accidental touches leading to a sweet kiss on the last page, but the book has a number of good points.The main male character, Lord Jason Renwick, was blinded in India saving a young prince. The author doesn’t take the easy way out and have him recover his sight or grow new eyes by the end of the book. True, with the encouragement of Eustacia (female lead) and the power of love, he is a happier [...]


  • NovelReaction

    Taming Lord Renwick by Jeanne Savery was a recent reread for me. It is a Regency Period Romance novel published under the Zebra Regency label. Eustacia is the daughter of a Vicar who as passed away, leaving her in a precarious financial situation and in the care of her stepmother. Her stepmother, liking the finer things in life, has found the perfect husband for Eustacia, Mr. Weaver, a fat, elderly, smelly man. As Eustacia and her step-mother are discussing (okay, the step-mother is telling Eust [...]


  • Hopefulpuffin

    This is a traditional Regency with a not-very-villainous villain, poor heroine, blind hero and, of course, the tiger. Because what every blind Regency hero needs is a seeing-eye tiger who can also open doors.While I'd say there isn't anything earth-shatteringly new here (except perhaps for the tiger), not many traditional Regencies spend as much time discussing India so that was refreshing.I wish Savery's books were available in e-format.


  • Candace

    One of my first (and favorite) Regency romance novels. I will admit that it is not one of the best out there, but what it does do, it does well. For starters, its very well written and Savery does a fantastic job fleshing out all of the characters. Every character was unique enough that it didn't really matter that there is not a huge cast. In many books, there is a large supporting cast (parents, siblings, servants, friends, etc.) who all have to get screen time. This book cuts all of that out [...]


  • Roberta

    A better than average traditional regency with a tiger.


  • Susan Ross

    I loved the storyline (I give it 5 stars) but not the style of writing. I'm not quite sure why.


  • Sylvia

    Regency


  • Natália Eduardo

    Um livro muito bonito. Gostei do casal principal.


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