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T Miss made an nemy in this book that might come back to haunt her in the future it s not what I read this series for but we shall see on that frontThree solidly delightful stars as always for this series I remember reading a slew of Marion Chesney novels when my children were very young They were just the right kind of light mindless ntertainment that I needed at the time I had to read things that were very put downable books that would not consume me My free time to read was very limitedBasically all of the books in any given Marion Chesney series were the same book She had a formula Marion Chesney series were the same book She had a formula stuck to it She changed names places and circumstances but the basic plots remained identical They were all set during the Regency a period in history that I still adore to this day and they were all usually under 200 pages ach The writing was simplistic and really gave you nothing to ponder These books fit the bill for me perfectly at the timeConsidering the number of books she has cranked out Wikipedia lists 106 books under her own name and her pseudonyms I m not surprised that she does not write great works of fiction So I figured that since they were really all the same book the same review would suffice This is one of the few booksseries I would read again These stories of Marion Chesney started me on my adventurereading Regency RomanceNovelsHistory There is not a set of books that will teach you about the basics about life in Regency England There are six series with six books ach I love them all It must be a past life thing Marion Chesney MC Beaton s novels are like cozy romance novels Romantic couples are usually boring but other characters are so much fun Great books for cleaning house and washing dishes I usually listen Kindle Unlimited Audible version. Tus Railton Miss Pym uses her matchmaker skills to bridge the gap between their personality differenc. ,
Rating 4 starsHilarious antidotes witty dialogue a reoccurring but not bland plot and well mapped characters is keeping me captivated The latest installment of The Travelling Matchmaker did not disappoint plot and well mapped characters is keeping me captivated The latest installment of The Travelling Matchmaker did not disappoint Pym has made new friends and acuired a loyal protector but this go around she has also made nemies My hope is that I will continue to be thrilled and that my interest in this series will not wane The audio keeps it all flawing and fun Onward MC Beaton is a
Brilliant Writer Whether Itwriter Whether it her Agatha Raisin books or her Hamish Macbeths or Its Only a Game even her Edwardian Murder Mysteries she is fabulous And that s not talking about her lovely lovely romances I adored this book I love Miss Pym and she is in fine fettle here Penelope and Lord Augustus are so different and thus made forach other I loved Penelope s practicality the way she kept shooting him down for his aristocratic ways Lord Augustus meanwhile was just trying to do what was The Seduction Expert (The Seduction Expert expected of him he wasn t really dissipated and useless The addition of Benjamin the footman to the mix was marvellous Not only does he prove motive for the plot and their adventures but he also does so much for Miss Pym at thend of the book I can t wait to read about the romance that s budding I hope between Miss Pym and Sir George That would be a perfect nd to the series Lots of xciting adventure for Miss Hannah Pym in this installment of the Travelling Matchmaker series Hannah is the star of the show in this action filled novel I like Benjamin too her deaf mute footman whom she bravely rescues twice at tremendous personal risk He s a great character In addition a truly vil female villain a common trope in most MC novels as well as a resentful arrogant aristocrat both of whom thirst for revenge against Hannah for foiling Kind hearted Miss Hannah Pym on the stagecoach to Portsmouth realizes beautiful rich but practical Mi. Hem from harming people she cares about are foreshadowed to appear again in the next novel or some later novel in this Regency seriesI xperienced this novel as an audiobook The narrator does a fairly good job Miss Hannah Pym is off on another adventure on a flying machine this time to Portsmouth where her traveling companions include a prim spinster an American a beautiful young merchant s daughter named Penelope and Lord Augustus a dissipated young rake Hannah dreams of making a match between Penelope and Lord Augustus as well as rescuing a footman in trouble She Ownership and Possession embroils herself and her companions in a series of adventures that none of them willver forget The Harvest Murder especially Hannah snemy I did not like this book as much as the first volume The adventures were too risky as much as the first volume The adventures were too risky Hannah made a deadly Tim and Tobias (Tim and the Hidden People Book A1) enemy who will undoubtedly return in later books Penelope was too young and innocent for me to like and Lord Augustus was a ner do well and not appealing I hope the next volume is better Still njoyed but not crazy that Miss Pym is in peril now In this third book in the Traveling Matchmaker series Miss Pym meets a new ragtag bunch on the stage including a broke Lord a wealthy American a naive beauty and a deafdumb servantgambler
Who Becomes Miss Pymbecomes Miss Pym footman and who puts the whole group in particular Miss Pym in jeopardy My MusingsWhat a delightful romance Miss Pyn is an nchanting character I can t wait to read the next one in this series Happy reading This is such a charming series I m rooting hard for Miss Pym and Sir George and while I was lukewarm on the other romance in this particular novel Penelope and Lord Augustus there s still such a warm sly sharp pleasure to be had in how Marion Chesney presents her flawed characters I m not super keen on the idea tha. Ss Penelope Wilkins needs someone to nliven her sheltered life like handsome and carefree Lord Augus.