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Lord Roworth's Reward By Carola Dunn Lord Roworth s Reward Lord Roworth now working as an agent for Jacob Rothschild finds himself in Brussels on the eve of Waterloo He s sharing lodgings with a penniless soldier Frank Ingram and his pretty sister Fanny
  • Title: Lord Roworth's Reward
  • Author: Carola Dunn
  • ISBN: 9780821744734
  • Page: 235
  • Format: Paperback
  • Lord Roworth's Reward By Carola Dunn Lord Roworth, now working as an agent for Jacob Rothschild, finds himself in Brussels on the eve of Waterloo He s sharing lodgings with a penniless soldier, Frank Ingram, and his pretty sister Fanny, not to mention their orphaned fosterling, Anita When Frank is badly injured in battle, Roworth is torn between his duty to Rothschild and an urgent need to help Fanny get heLord Roworth, now working as an agent for Jacob Rothschild, finds himself in Brussels on the eve of Waterloo He s sharing lodgings with a penniless soldier, Frank Ingram, and his pretty sister Fanny, not to mention their orphaned fosterling, Anita When Frank is badly injured in battle, Roworth is torn between his duty to Rothschild and an urgent need to help Fanny get her brother back to safety in England.
    Lord Roworth's Reward By Carola Dunn Lord Roworth s Reward Books Lord Roworth s Reward Paperback . out of stars ratings See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions Price New from Used from Kindle Please retry . Hardcover, Large Print Please retry . . . Lord Roworth s Reward a Regency Romance on Apple Books Feb , Lord Roworth s Reward a Regency Romance Book Two of the Rothschild Trilogy Carola Dunn Ratings . . Publisher Description Sharing Brussels lodgings with a penniless officer and his admirable sister Fanny, the impoverished Felix, Lord Roworth, liaises between Rothschild and Wellington while courting Lady Sophia, a well Lord Roworth s Reward Kindle edition by Dunn, Carola Oct , Lord Felix Roworth, a Viscount and heir to the Earl of Westwood is my favourite character, first snob and selfish he learns how real life is diferent from London s Seasons and gambling.he is handsome and brave The fisrst is the expedition in France ansd Spain with Miss Jacobson a wonderfull and corageaous Miss. Lord Roworth s Reward Rothschild Trilogy, by Carola Dunn Lord Roworth, who missed out on the heroine s hand in the first book of this trilogy, has had a slight upturn in his fortunes He s still working for the Rothschild family, but he has also found favour with Wellington and is able to socialise with such society ex pats as the beautiful Lady Sophia whom he refers to as The Goddess. Review Lord Roworth s Reward Nicky The Bibliophibian Nov , Lord Roworth s Reward, Carola Dunn Lord Roworth s Reward is technically the second book of a trilogy, but most of the characters are new and the set up is easy to grasp Felix is an agent for a banker who needs the latest news from the war against Napoleon to help conduct his affairs. Lord Roworth s Reward by Carola Dunn NOOK Book eBook Feb , Lord Roworth s Reward by Carola Dunn NOOK Book eBook . . Save % Current price is Original price is You Save % Sign in to Purchase Instantly Available on Compatible NOOK Devices and the free NOOK Apps WANT A NOOK Bible verses about Reward, For God s People Whatever you do, do your work heartily, as for the Lord rather than for men, knowing that from the Lord you will receive the reward of the inheritance It is the Lord Christ whom you serve Exodus So the sons of Levi did as Moses instructed, and about three thousand men of the people fell that day.
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    1. Carola Dunn

      Carola Dunn is the author of than 30 Regency romances, as well as 16 mysteries the Daisy Dalrymple mystery series is set in England in the 1920s Ms Dunn was born and grew up in England, where she got a B.A in Russian and French from Manchester University She travelled as far as Fiji before returning to settle in California After 30 years in the US, she says she still sounds as if she arrived a month ago.Prior to writing, Ms Dunn s various jobs included market research, child care, construction from foundation trenches to roofing and writing definitions for a dictionary of science and technology She wrote her first novel in 1979, a Regency which she sold to Warner Books.Now living in Eugene, Oregon, Ms Dunn has a son in California who has just made her a grandmother, and a large black dog named Willow who takes her for a walk by the Willamette River each morning belgravehouse

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    1. Four years after the events of Miss Jacobson s Journey, Felix, Lord Roworth is in Brussels working for Nathan Rothschild to repair his family fortunes As he waits for news on Napoleon s next move, he courts the lovely Lady Sophia, whom he believes would make the perfect countess The lady has a court of admirers and doesn t seem to show a preference for one over the other She is very different from the intrepid Fanny Ingram who shares his lodgings with her young ward Anita Fanny s twin brother Fr [...]


    2. Lord Roworth, who missed out on the heroine s hand in the first book of this trilogy, has had a slight upturn in his fortunes He s still working for the Rothschild family, but he has also found favour with Wellington and is able to socialise with such society ex pats as the beautiful Lady Sophia whom he refers to as The Goddess Money s still tight, and he s staying in a lodging house with an artillery captain, his sister, and their ward the illegitimate daughter of an officer killed earlier in t [...]


    3. I read this originally as His Lordship s Reward and had a copy so I ended up doubling up The Zebra copy going ti ebay as it was n the poorer condition An enjoyable book though it lags a little at times, the characters are fun and easy to empathise with Lord Roworth has lodgings in Brussels, in the run up to Waterloo, with a brother and sister, Frank a Captain in the artillery and Fanny Ingram They have a young ward and an unconventional upbringing.Frank is severely wounded at Waterloo and Rowort [...]


    4. Review I didn t like Roworth as much in this one as in the previous one he came across as aloof and less likeable in a way I loved Fanny, however, and her relationship with Miriam was very interesting, and her relationship with Roworth s family The description was a little lacking compared to the previous book in the series, and I hope the next one improves However, the focus on the Battle of Waterloo was interesting, and how the spy network operated within that.Genre Historical Fiction Romance [...]


    5. As a huge fan of Dunn s Daisy Dalrymple series, I assumed I would find similar enjoyment in this novel Unfortunately the characters did not have the same humorous qualities and the plot felt significantly limp in comparison to other period romances I have read This book was simply about the romance blossoming between Felix and Fanny Very little else occurred to boost the story An ok read, but it s highly unlikely that I ll read any of Dunn s regency novels I ll stick with Daisy and Alex.


    6. Felix and Fanny are in love but he s so keen to please his parents that he imagines that it is the Goddess, Lady Sophia that he wants Only at the last does he realise the error of his ways, and then, Fanny and Frank are discovered to be the grandchildren of a Duke which makes everything ideal for them to marry.


    7. The Rothschild trilogy continues with the story of Lord Roworth, who we met in Miss Jacobson s journey His emotional growth continues against the backdrop of Waterloo and it s aftermath Another very satisfying read Now I m on to the last in the trilogy, Captain Ingram s Inheritance.


    8. We meet up again with Lord roworth 4 years later, in Brussels on the verge of the Battle of Waterloo h is much nicer and human than before, thanks to his friends yet he still confuses love and duty The plot is great and I love Ms Dunn s writing


    9. While I was happy to get a sequel I enjoyed Miss Jacobsens journey alot This one was quite long yet nothing much really happened And Felix s blindness to the faults of stupid, snobby Sophia for 90% of the novel was irritating.


    10. I have enjoyed all of Carola Dunn s regency books I have read so far They are a nice, quick, easy read and they have a Jane Austen feel to them Each book is different enough from the others to feel fresh and her enjoyable writing style is consistent.


    11. This book was so difficult to read It was tough to follow and didn t hold my attention I liked the characters though so I gave it 2 stars.



    12. yes, yes, it s rather sweet what a wonderful fellow our hero is except, he seems to be missing a spine from what i remember.will go reread, because currently, i d give it 2 stars.


    13. It was ok, not entirely my cup of tea, but interesting enough to spend a few hours reading, and to finish it.


    14. Good regency romance and great details about waterloo battle tied in with previous book worth reading, and nicely set u p for next one.



    15. This one didn t grab me as quickly as the first in the series, but was very good once I got into it I look forward to the next installment.


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