A June Wedding

A June Wedding Everyone deserves their happily ever after Victoria Walsingham is head over heels in love with Isaac Quinn the son of the Duke of Daventry and she can t imagine spending the rest of her life with an

  • Title: A June Wedding
  • Author: EmilyMurdoch
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 209
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Everyone deserves their happily ever after Victoria Walsingham is head over heels in love with Isaac Quinn, the son of the Duke of Daventry, and she can t imagine spending the rest of her life with anyone else But when Isaac admits that, despite his feelings for her, he cannot possibly marry the daughter of a country doctor, Victoria is left heartbroken However, when h Everyone deserves their happily ever after Victoria Walsingham is head over heels in love with Isaac Quinn, the son of the Duke of Daventry, and she can t imagine spending the rest of her life with anyone else But when Isaac admits that, despite his feelings for her, he cannot possibly marry the daughter of a country doctor, Victoria is left heartbroken However, when her brother unexpectedly inherits the title of the Earl of Cheshire, Victoria s life is transformed and she is thrown into high society Despite her mother s best efforts, the endless balls and social engagements of the London season have little impact on Victoria Her heart will only ever belong to Isaac When they finally return home at the end of the season, much to Victoria s relief, she finds an invitation awaiting her An invitation to the wedding of Mr Isaac Quinn and a Miss Hestia Royce With Victoria s heart breaking all over again, she must deal with the added hardship of seeing Isaac at every turn As events unfold, Victoria finds herself spending and time with Isaac, reigniting the spark of passion they once felt for each other into a bright, burning flame But with Isaac s wedding only a matter of days away, is Victoria playing with fire With time running out, will Victoria ever get her happy ending A June Wedding is a heart warming regency romance about the battle between head and heart Praise for Emily Murdoch An enthralling saga Robert Foster , bestselling author of The Lunar Code Emily Murdoch is a medieval historian and writer who has worked at the Bodleian Library in Oxford, the Yorkshire Museum and as part of the National Trust She has a degree in History and English, and a Masters in Medieval Studies, both from the University of York Emily is also the author of Conquests, Love Letters and Captives, as well as A Christmas Surprise and A Valentine Secret Endeavour Press is the UK s leading independent digital publisher For information on our titles please sign up to our newsletter at endeavourpress Each week you will receive updates on free and discounted ebooks Follow us on Twitter EndeavourPress and on Facebook via on.fb 1HweQV7

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    1. I loved this novella!! It was sweet, cute, and exactly what I like about regency romances. I love reading stories that bring a smile to my face. Like anything I love, I only wish it was longer. I think Emily Murdoch has written other regency romances (I believe) that I will be looking forward to reading:)On a side note: I absolutely LOVE this cover!! It's so beautiful!**Thank you to the publisher and Netgalley for an ARC in exchange for an honest review.

    2. Victoria Walsingham has always been in love with Isaac Quinn but instead of proposing like Victoria had always dreamed he would, Isaac tells Victoria that he can't marry her due to her status. Victoria is of course devastated but when her brother unexpectedly inherits the title of the Earl of Cheshire, Victoria finds herself in the middle of high society and again crossing paths with Isaac. A June Wedding had all the things that should make for a great read but unfortunately I just didn't find m [...]

    3. This is a short sweet clean Regency story. In which the daughter of a country doctor is elevated to the sister of a Earl. Her London season fails to cure her broken heart. She longs for her childhood sweetheart, the youngest son of a Duke, who was a neighbor and playmate; for whom she was an impossible choice.When she returns home for his wedding it is obvious that his feeling for her are unchanged but he is honor bound to carry through with his betrothal.

    4. I received this from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. Issac and Victoria are childhood friends,and Victoria always hopes for a future with Isaac, who is the son of the local Duke. Her hopes are dashed when he tells her that as the dauighter of a country doctor, she is too far beneath him for him to consider a match. But fate has a habit of intervening, and the couple meet again later, but in very different circumstances, and just as Isaac is about to marry someone else. Honour, du [...]

    5. Victoria Walsingham, the daughter of a country doctor, loves and is loved in return by Isaac Quinn, a poor second son of the Duke of Daventry.When unexpectedly Victoria's brother becomes the Earl of Cheshire, she and her mother spend a season in town ,only to receive an invitation to Isaac's wedding with a very wealthy Miss Hestia Royce. With the wedding only a few days away can there be a happy ending for anyone.A nicely paced regency romance which I really enjoyed, with some fine characters.A [...]

    6. I had a hard time with this book. It was very well written and I liked Victoria, however, I could not like Isaac at all! I understand the rules put on people of the ton and possibly Isaac's reasons for telling Victoria he cannot marry her. What I cannot abide is him telling her this immediately after kissing her. Then, some time passes, it is very close to his marriage to a wealthy young lady and he starts romancing Victoria again. There is no other word for it and I found him despicable, especi [...]

    7. I love a sappy love story. It seems that some of the reviewers of this book didn't think it was all that great. WELL WHAT DID THEY EXPECT? Didn't they read the blurb about the book? Are they not familiar with the type of story this was? Surely they would be familiar with Emily Murdoch's writing by now wouldn't they? Why in the heck did they get this book if they didn't think it would be up to their standards of perfection in historical accuracy? I don't care about all that. I just thought this w [...]

    8. Very apripo for the times as prestige, power, & money were more important than love. But in this book love won out but by the skin of it's teeth. As the third son it was hard for them to make it on their own but with his attitude I don't know why she would still want to marry him. I think she could have done so much better but then again with her brother with a title, she would never have known if she was being married for love even then. I felt sorry for his fiancee, an orphan, but rich. Bu [...]

    9. Hero: Isaac youngest son of a Duke--- Heroine: Victoria Reading Enjoyment:3.* I somewhat enjoyed this story. The ending was unsatisfying since there was little romantic joy to be found, only selfishness on his part. She returns to her country home to find an invitation to Isaac's wedding, He breaks her heart anew each time they meet. Then left the bride at the alter and no explanation, not really honorable or nice or even romantic.

    10. The love between Victoria and Isaac never went away even though his duty led him down a different path. This is a quick story bringing them back together despite the odds. The narrator did a good job on keeping the characters separate though a little monotone. I have been enjoying this Regency series.I received this audiobook as a gift, and this is my unsolicited review.

    11. This was a good story of a silly man with a misguided sense of duty and the woman he loves. But he is marrying someone else who has a lot of money. When the woman he loves now has a title who will he choose? I received a complimentary copy and I am giving a review voluntarily.

    12. Good story but shortThis story was very good but shallow. In that I mean there could have been so much more depth to each character and story. I wanted to know more about the people, their lives. It was a great start but could have been so much more.

    13. Not a bad story but I wonder if it would have ended this way if she was "just" the daughter of a country doctor.

    14. No frills, all fun regency romanceVictoria Walsingham has had a sudden and expected leap in social standing from daughter of a country doctor to sister of a duke, and she is not sure if she should be pleased about it! Helping her to adjust to the change in fortune is her mother, and caring and dutiful woman. However, Victoria’s heart remains with her former life, specifically with the son of local peer, despite their tumultuous parting the previous summer. All seems in the past until the Walsh [...]

    15. A June Wedding by Emily Murdoch is a short story about a woman, Victoria Walsingham who lost the love of her life, Isaac Quinn, when he felt it his duty to marry a woman more of his station than she was as just a country doctor's daughter. Victoria's brother unexpectedly inherits the title of Earl of Cheshire, and in the months prior to receiving the invitation to the wedding, Elizabeth has been thrown into high society where she Isn't the least bit comfortable, and where she has no interest in [...]

    16. This short book is another sweet romance brought to us by Emily Murdoch.The plot : Victoria, the daughter of a country doctor and Isaac, son of the local Duke, are childhood friends. They love each other but Isaac refused to propose to Victoria, stating her low birth is an overwhelming obstacle. One year later, after an unexpected inheritance changes her brother's and, therefore, her family's social status, Victoria is a new member of the nobility. She has coped with her heartbreak and begins to [...]

    17. Yes Yes Yes Triple Yes. I read “A June wedding” a month ago and I still smell the flavor of this lovely novella. A cupcake, a big praline treat, a spoonful of Nutella. I love it. Usually I enjoy spicier romance. This one is not spicy, but it doesn’t lack of a sweet and hidden eroticism. Don’t wait for hot scenes! The most you will get is a few kisses. It’s a boy meets girl story without the usual shallowness of the genre and just enough twists to want to read the next page of this shor [...]

    18. Emily Murdoch's experience as a historian shines through in this novel about star crossed lovers in Regency England.If she was writing in that era she would have given Jane Austen a run for her money. Her writing fits the period so precisely one imagines her transported back in time, standing in the second floor window gazing wistfully at the man she yearns after as he dismounts before the mansion. The writer has a keen grasp of a woman's role in those class conscious male dominated times as she [...]

    19. Victoria is nineteen and her brother has inherited the Earl of Cheshire ‘s title. E legible young men were looking at Victoria that hadn’t before. Before her son had become an Earl Victoria’s mother Mable. could not afford to have the kind of ball like tonight’s ball. Mable had been a country doctor’s widow until her station changed through her son. Victoria was Mable’s only daughter and after each event like tonights Victoria and her mother discussed the young men and who was suitab [...]

    20. The PlotVictoria Walsingham daughter a of country daughter, is in love with Isaac Quinn, the son of the Duke of Daventry. Despite their love for one another Isaac refuses Victoria due to her lack of title and she is left heartbroken. When her brother unexpectantly inherits the title Earl of Chesire, she in thrown into high society. When she returns home single (much to her mothers dismay), she finds a wedding invitation from Isaac and his soon to be bride. As she finds herself still reeling from [...]

    21. No Respect For The Groom!This is a young writer, who will become better. First of all, it drives me nuts, when addressing a peer is wrong! Why didn't her editors catch these problems? Victoria, would become Lady Victoria, her Mother would​ be the Countess , until her son marries, then she would become the Dowager Countess. Issac would be addressed as Lord Issac, he is the son of a Duke! The thing that truly makes me sick is, he wouldn't have her, when she had no money, but would string her alo [...]

    22. A very sweet, romantic, Regency novella. A very pleasant reading, but nothing to compare to Murdoch''s medieval stories that I consider little masterpieces in romance.

    23. A June WeddingOk story but I would have liked a better ending or for it to have been a longer story for her.

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