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Lady Honor's Debt: (The Baxendale Sisters) (The Baxendale Sisters Series Book 1) by [Andersen, Maggi]
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Freedom. That’s all Lady Honor Baxendale wants—for her sisters and for herself. Honor has a bold plan to become financially independent, using a skill she learned at her father’s knee. She seeks the help of a solicitor and is pleased with her choice…as long as she can resist the solicitor himself.
Lord Edward Winborne has been happy to come to the aid of his four sisters in the past. But when a neighbor’s daughter, Lady Honor Baxendale, requests his help for a dangerous scheme she has in mind, he feels it his duty to dissuade her. When that fails, he wants to protect her, and then somehow finds he wants to do more. Much more.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1479 KB
  • Print Length: 111 pages
  • Publisher: Maggi Andersen; 1 edition (20 January 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00QQ623XY
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #703 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)

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By Tessa TOP 50 REVIEWER on 29 July 2016
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This is the first book that I have read that was written by Maggi Andersen and I was pleasantly surprised. It is a novella but manages to contain all the elements of a novel.
Lady Honor was dishonoured in her first and only season. Since then she has hidden behind glasses and dowdy dresses to avoid attracting the unwanted attentions of men. She approaches her neighbour, Edward Winborne the third son of a marquess and a rising young barrister, for help in obtaining information on the man who cheated her father out of his money and estates.
From then on Edward, who finds himself unusually drawn to Honor, is continually looking out for her.
This is not an erotic romance although there is some natural behaviour at the end of the book.
I'd recommend it to all Regency Romance lovers.
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There was nothing to separate this from a thousand other stories. Oh, wait. The hero was a younger son and the duke was a villain.

The description is uneven. Sometimes it is moderately good and on other occasions it is very trite. The characters behave in illogical ways. There are contextual errors with respect to titles and regency behaviour. The epilogue was quite unnecessary.
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Loved this book, as it was the first time that I have read any of this author books cant wit to read more of her books.
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Lively characters and a tension filled story. I like how it ends up. A enjoyable day's read.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Could've been better 25 March 2015
By Jessantonia - Published on Amazon.com
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There were some parts I did not like in the book - Honor was left on her own too many times to be believable. She came from a scandalous past and all the more reason for her to be more guarded by her family. I understand her stepfather was desperate but its the principal of society at that time.

The ending seemed a bit rush and Edward threw caution to the wind and propriety be damned.

Though Honor and Edward were likable characters I don't really see how they fell in love as the book happened pretty fast and considering he barely remembered her from their last meeting, I don't know what was different about her this time around. They did focus on looks a lot though. Personalities came second.

The book did have potential and I might pick up Faith's story when it comes out and give this author another try.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Nice, mindless... 15 June 2016
By lark - Published on Amazon.com
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The best thing I can say about this was that it didn't make me mad. It struck me as the writing version of paint-by-numbers.

Honor's father committed suicide after being cheated of his entire estate by an unscrupulous gambler. Why did the father put everything, including the home, on the line? Compulsive gambler, I guess. Now Honor has a plan to recoup the family fortune ~ she's going to play cards with the same dishonest gambler. Well, surprise, surprise, he cheats her too. So now, I've decided the father may not have been a compulsive gambler, after all. Just stupid. And so is Honor. Her family ends up shipping her off to an aunt in Northumberland.

Her compadre, Edward, is a younger son, a solicitor who has reluctantly been helping Honor with her hare-brained gambling notion. He now has a very rare opportunity to step up a few rungs on the ladder of success, presumably to barrister, but it will first require completion of a difficult case. He's wanted this opportunity for years, so what does he do? Drops work on the case and chases off after Honor in Northumberland. Like she won't still be there two weeks later after his work is complete. I suppose this was to show us that he really, really loves her.

Lots of dresses and balls, not much development of the characters and their romance.

I gave this 3 stars only because it was nice mindless entertainment for a couple of hours. I didn't want to actually think for a while:)

Enjoy your reading! :)
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Sweet and charming 5 June 2016
By Sandy Milan - Published on Amazon.com
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I had no expectations of this book because it was a free download. I'd read and enjoyed 'The Seduction of Lady Charity" and so I took a chance on this one. I'm glad I did as it's a short and sweet read - it's also almost clean except for some bizarre lines near the end. I really wondered why the author even bothered writing them when she faded to gray anyway. Still nice story about the h, who is the oldest of the 5 girls and although this book is part of the Baxendale series, she isn't a Baxendale. Her father died and her mother remarried. During her first season she had an unfortunate encounter with a rake and she's no longer interested in marriage. Her stepfather is now having financial difficulties and she's devised a way of getting money for him. The stepfather is an idiot and I've no idea why she wanted to help him. He schemes to marry the h off to a perverted older Duke. The h seeks the H for some help in tracking down the man who swindled her father out of his fortune. The H is a younger son with no real prospects so he works as a solicitor. He was lovely and honourable and also had no intention of marrying because his heart was broken years before. The main characters meet as they are neighbours in the country. I loved the fact that the author used a light hand with both main characters and their former miseries didn't define them. It's short and sweet so there's no real deep character development but rather a charming romance.

+++Spoilers+++
For those who care and want to know about the h's past - it isn't at all bad and not as bad as we're led to believe. Read it - it's free.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Read 20 January 2016
By Carol Boutin - Published on Amazon.com
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I truly liked this story. It wasn't too long or too short. Honor and Edward are neighbors and they know of each other. Edward is a solicitor who wants to establish himself before he gets married. Honor was once embroiled in a truly frightening experience. But she recovered. Her step-father wants her to marry the duke that has been sniffing around her. Honor is not amused. When they are at his estate, the duke takes Honor and a few other out the the grotto on the estate. Edward who has joined them and her sister Faith are on the beach along with Mr. Warne (who we meet again in Faith's story) to gather seashells. But it is too breezy so they go back to the grotto where the duke is climbing out of the water. Honor pushed him when he made inappropriate comments to her. Needless to say the duke didn't make an offer. Everyone returns to their homes and Honor's step-father has agreed to a season for Faith. Honor will accompany them. When Honor goes to Edward's office she asks him to help her with something. He does help her and even gives her the money for her jewels instead of pawning them. He's not so sure about her reasons for wanting the money but finds out when she goes to the gambling den. Any way, the person who ruined Honor's father is who she wants to ruin. But he seems to recognize Honor and insults her and then cheats. Everyone at the establishment knows about it after another gentleman accuses him of it. Honor has lost about half her money but she leaves the establishment and goes back the ball where her step-father is waiting for her. He says she has disgraced herself and sends her off to his sister's place in Northumberland. Honor is very sad her aunt isn't very good company. And there is no place in the village for young people. Edward follows her to tell her that he loves her and wishes to marry her. Alls well that ends well.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Boring... 11 June 2016
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Overall was dull and boring. Honor's plan was no plan...was she going to win her father's fortune back in a card game? The book h ad very little description or development of characters. Back story was weak and lacking. There was no excitement or heat between the main characters. The plot was dull and just overall dull. This read more like a rough draft or an outline for a potentially great story. Disappointed.

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