The Wooing of Miss Masters

Every eligible maiden in the entire shire declared that it was like something out of a fairy tale The Duke of Raeburn whose formidable scowl was as legendary as his fortune was hosting a ball to choose a duchess.But never was there a woman less suited to play the role of Cinderella than Miss Audra Leigh Masters Financially independent, Audra was content with her boo Every eligible maiden in the entire shire declared that it was like something out of a fairy tale The Duke of Raeburn whose formidable scowl was as legendary as his fortune was hosting a ball to choose a duchess.But never was there a woman less suited to play the role of Cinderella than Miss Audra Leigh Masters Financially independent, Audra was content with her books, her dogs and her horses She had no interest in acquiring a husband, especially not a man as arrogant as the Scowling Duke.But from their first tempestuous encounter, the Duke is intrigued by Audra and determines he will have no other for his bride But how does a man go about wooing such a stubborn woman and convince her that theirs is a match destined to be happy ever after
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  • Title: The Wooing of Miss Masters
  • Author: Susan Carroll
  • ISBN: 9781311718990
  • Page: 295
  • Format: ebook
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    1. A huge fan of Susan Carroll and her Bride Finder book, I was happy to have stumbled upon this old gem of hers. This book had me laughing till my sides hurt with the outspoken “spinster” with a huge heart for animals Miss.Audra Masters. Audra has been living the quiet life and trying to live down from her mother’s rep and a flighty woman whom falls in love at a drop of a hat and is on her fourth marriage. Her quiet life changes when she runs into Simon The Duke of Raeburn, Simon has never f [...]

    2. He had finally met his match. Simon Arthur Lakeland, the sixth Duke of Raeburn, was expected to find a wife. "He wanted a sensible woman who didn't chatter too much. She wouldn't have to be a beauty as long as she doesn't have a face like a monkey." And he never expected to fall in love. That is, until he met Miss Audra Leigh Masters, an eight and twenty year old spinster with a small fortune.He was a large man with massive shoulders, built like a block of granite. She was tall. With big feet.He [...]

    3. Wonderful little gem. If you like traditional regency stories, don't miss this one. The characters are delightful and refreshingly mature. The book doesn't rely much on the characters' introspections but instead we get amusing back and forth in the best tradition of Georgette Heyer.

    4. Didn't finish because I could barely get started. One of those heroines who's supposed to be better and cooler than other women because she's a "bluestocking", but actually she's just rude.

    5. This was a quick, light read. I enjoyed it, but hate to say it will probably be forgettable. Audra is a happy spinster at 28, she lives with her young seventeen-year-old sister Cecily near castle Raeburn. She is happiest spending her time reading and avoiding the world. Her young sister though wants more out of life, especially a London season. The reclusive Duke of Raeburn (Simon) is hosing a ball in hopes of finding a wife and Cecily is desperate for an invitation, Audra has no desire to leave [...]

    6. This is a typical sweet Regency romance. It's cute but not great. The hero and heroine are difficult to like. Simon is a good hero once you get to know him but he is a bully with people he doesn't know. He's a true alpha hero and I am not sure I really love him. I'm not certain that he and Audra are well matched either. I adored Audra. She's SO me! Bluestocking, animal-loving spinster who would rather be left alone to read than go to balls - check, check, check. I think she's a bit prickly thoug [...]

    7. The Wooing of Miss master - GCarroll, Susan (aka Susan Coppula, Serena Richards) While the entire country prattled over the news that the infamous Duke of Raeburn was to host a ball to choose a duchess, Audra Leigh Masters scoffed at the entire charade. She wouldn't be caught dead at the Duke's ball! And a chance encounter with the insolent Duke only reaffirmed her desire to remain a spinster. Pity the Duke didn't quite see things her way. . . .A delightful, classic Regency romance

    8. This book was so cute! I really liked that the the love interest in this book knew exactly what he wanted from the very beginning. I did feel like it ended rather abruptly though, almost like the book just stopped in the middle of the ending.

    9. Ann Elliot did a favorable review on this one on. I trust her reviews. Simon Lockland was the scowling Duke of Raeburnand Audra Masters the too blunt at times daughter of a late viscount. Young ladies schemed IE one had her horse conveniently throw a shoe on his propertyto enable her meet the Duke. Audra would rather read than dance at a ball. The first time the H & h met: just priceless. She sought her sister's missing dog, near Simon's moat. He accused her of looking for 'an invisible dog. [...]

    10. A traditional Regency with unusual H/h and cute/funny scenesFor my full review: regrom/2017/06/18/susa

    11. Well-written, witty, and feel-good. Character development and the way relationship progresses was really nice. Pure romance. Thankfully no sex details or innuendos. I will recommend it to those who like a book for its substance and language.

    12. liked how the hero and heronine met, how the hero assumes that of course the woman is out to capture him, because every other woman was. liked the Cinderella reference. closure seemed a to have dragged a bit, but overall enjoyable.

    13. 3 1/2 stars. A charming tale of two people who never thought they would fall in love, but do with each other, despite an inauspicious first meeting.

    14. It was okay. I agree with other reviewers that the hero was so alpha-male as to be a bit off-putting. The ending was abrupt and unsatisfying in my opinion.

    15. This book was so good and funny. I read the dancing scene twice because it was just that funny to me. Great read!

    16. I enjoy the book. The witty banter is really humorous. My only complaint is the ending is a bit abrupt. Need an epilogue to satisfy me

    17. 3.5 stars. This book was great! Not quite as good as a Georgette Heyer, but definitely worth reading. I am looking forward to reading more books by this author.

    18. I think Masters was supposed to be feisty or maybe spirited but she is, in fact, obnoxious, self-centered and mean-spirited. Do not bother.

    19. Super easy quick traditional Regency. No surprises, little drama. Just a nice, easy Sunday afternoon kind of book.

    20. i liked this one quite a bit. mostly because i love Audra tries to hide her book under the table to read it when she shouldn't- and i can totally relate that!

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