My Brown-Eyed Earl

My Brown-Eyed Earl

AnnaBennett / Feb 29, 2020

My Brown Eyed Earl NEVER SEND A DEBUTANTE William Ryder Earl of Castleton is at the end of his noble rope Not only has he broken ties with his longtime mistress his mother has publicly announced her wish for him to m

  • Title: My Brown-Eyed Earl
  • Author: AnnaBennett
  • ISBN: 9781250100900
  • Page: 372
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • NEVER SEND A DEBUTANTE William Ryder, Earl of Castleton, is at the end of his noble rope Not only has he broken ties with his longtime mistress, his mother has publicly announced her wish for him to marry a suitable young lady if only to help him raise the twins left in his care Hiring a governess should solve some of Will s problems but when he meets the candidate in quNEVER SEND A DEBUTANTE William Ryder, Earl of Castleton, is at the end of his noble rope Not only has he broken ties with his longtime mistress, his mother has publicly announced her wish for him to marry a suitable young lady if only to help him raise the twins left in his care Hiring a governess should solve some of Will s problems but when he meets the candidate in question, he finds himself in an entirely new predicament DO A WALLFLOWER S JOBMiss Margaret Lacey is brainy, beautiful, and, once upon a time, Will s betrothed But she bowed out of the engagement and, since then, has never been the same A tragic accident robbed her of everything, and now, at age twenty three, her marital prospects are slim to none Penniless but not without pride, Meg convinces the vexingly handsome Will to hire her for the job What neither of them could have expected from this arrangement, however, is an attraction that burns stronger than ever Are these two lost souls finally ready to be schooled in the art of love

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        Anna Bennett started swiping romances from her mom s bookshelf as a teenager and decided historicals with their balls, dukes, and gowns were the best So, when she had the chance to spend a semester in London she packed her bags and promptly fell in love with the city, its history, and its pubs She dreamed of writing romance, but somehow ended up a software analyst instead.Fortunately, a few years and a few careers later, Anna found her way back to writing the stories she loves and won the Romance Writers of America s Golden Heart for Regency Historical Romance She lives in Maryland with her husband and three children, who try valiantly not to roll their eyes whenever she quotes Jane Austen Her weaknesses include reality TV, cute shoes, and coffee Lots and lots of coffee.Sign up for Anna s newsletter here bit 2dFW5bv


    1. "I lack wealth, status, and beauty," she said matter-of-factly. "Pray tell, what power is it that I wield?"Slowly, he lifted his hand to cup her cheek and brushed a thumb over her satin-soft skin. "You have power over me."This was such a sweet story, probably a lot flufflier than I'm used to but I had a stupid smile on my face the entire time I was reading it! The relationship Meg had with the twins was so endearing and although I ground my teeth a few times because of Valerie and Diana, having [...]

    2. 2.5 starsI received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Meg and her sisters are known as the "Wilting Wallflowers". An unsuccessful season, money dwindling, and an Uncle who was nice enough to take them in but leans heavily on the eccentric side, have their prospects dwindling even further. Deciding to become a governess, Meg finds herself in the unenviable position of asking for a job from someone she once [...]

    3. I received an eARC, from NetGalley and the publisher, in exchange for an honest reviewVIEW!For a debut novel this one is really good and I fully enjoyed it!The story is fun, fast paced and the characters are interesting and lovely. I like a little bit more Will, because once he realized that he’s in love he didn’t react like most of the romance heroes with incredulity, or rejection. No, he accepted it and looked for ways to show it to the heroine and convince her that he’s the right man fo [...]

    4. I’m an absolute sucker for song-pun-titled historicals. I can’t help it – they grab my attention every time. This was no different, aided by a blurb that had me fully intrigued. Things started so well – then my historical manners meter went off, and well, after that it was hard to enjoy this all that much.The idea that an unmarried young woman could move into a bachelor’s house to take care of twin girls is fine if she is an actual governess, maybe one born into a gentile family but wi [...]

    5. Reviewed for herding cats & burning soup.: amzn/29XaegwI'm just gonna need a minute or two to have a swoon over the Earl of Castleton! Oh. My. Word. What a hero! My Brown-Eyed Earl gave my heart a flutter, had me fighting back a grin more than once, and simply left me charmed.Now. The quick of it is that Will has suddenly found himself the guardian of two six year old twin girls after their father died and their mother abandoned them. And they are a handful! He's in desperate need of a gover [...]

    6. 'My Brown-Eyed Earl' by Anna Bennett is the first book in "The Wayward Wallflowers" series. This is the story of William Ryder, Earl of Castleton and Miss Margaret Lacey 'Meg'. Meg is on of the three sister that are called 'Wayward Wallflowers'. They lost their parents when they were younger and now have been staying with an caring Uncle but he is eccentric. Meg thought to help their family out by find a job. Her friend set her up for an interview that lead her to Will. Will lost someone that wa [...]

    7. A wilting wallflower meets an Earl and everyone lives happily ever after.Meg lives with her uncle, they have no money, and he is believed to be mad. Therefore the wilting wallflower part. She is kind, looks after her sisters and wants to earn money for her family. And that is how one becomes a governess.Will is an Earl who suddenly gets his cousin's twins to take care of. I liked how he started to fall for her fast. And how he cared nothing for his matchmaker mum who thought she knew better.They [...]

    8. 2.5 stars - My review cross-posted from Wit and Sin: witandsin/2016/10My Brown-Eyed Earl is a cute historical romance with potential. Anna Bennett’s debut, and the first in the Wayward Wallflowers series, has some sweet and humorous moments, but ultimately it’s a story that I wanted to like a lot more than I actually did.Will and Meg are both lovely characters with good dispositions and generally good hearts. They’re not perfect and they make mistakes, but they’re solidly likeable and en [...]

    9. This book has everything I could ever I want in a romance book. For starters, it has two amazing main characters who are incredibly lovable who just happen to have amazing chemistry. Love scenes that are naughty and sensual but not at all vulgar. Love that is so sweet, adorable, flirtatious and utterly romantic. I was on board with their relationship pretty early on in the book. See William Ryder, Lord Castleton and Meg, a vicar's daughter have known each other since they were young as they were [...]

    10. *I received an ARC of this book from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review*William Ryder, Earl of Castleton is at his wits end. Recently he has lost his cousin who was as close to him as a brother, his mother has announced to everybody that she expects him to marry within the next year AND he's had his cousin's illegitimate twin daughters dropped off for him to care for. What more could possibly go wrong -- well -- hang on and see!Miss Margaret Lacey is beautiful, smart, r [...]

    11. 4 sometimes the second time around is the charm stars. Both William and Margaret knew each other previously, know meaning they were betrothed until Margaret caused a scene saying she had no intentions of marrying William. Through twists in life, the two meet again and nothing is easy about the meeting. William needs Margaret and Margaret needs the money but at the cost of her dignity until William makes her an offer she can't refuse. If you're looking for a historical romance that's intriguing, [...]

    12. "My Brown-Eyed Earl" was my my first Anna Bennett book and I'm obsessed! Her writing is crisp and lively, her witty and emotional characters sparkle off the page and make you read the whole story in one afternoon. She smoothly transitions between characters points of view, never leaving you wondering what the other side is thinking or feeling. The plot unveils gradually and it's not over complicated, so it detracts from the romance. It also opens the door for an interesting world, which undoubte [...]

    13. Lately I have read a lot of historical romance books, and when I started to read My Brown-Eyed Earl, I was so excited, the first 80 pages were incredible, witty banter, great dialogue, amazing characters, but after the 80 pages, I do not know what happened, somewhere on the way I lost a little bit of my excitement, I think that mystery part wasn't necessary, but regardless of that, this is a very good story, author's writing style is great!Looking forward to read I Dared the Duke :)*Copy provide [...]

    14. 3.5 sweet-simple Stars!!I was given a copy of 'I Dared The Duke' by Anna Bennett to review. And due to my self-torturing (only sometimes!) and self-imposed rule I do not read a book in a series out of order. Hence I had to pick up it's predecessor.And, I'm really glad I did it! At first I was skeptical about picking this book up. Because not only is it a debut novel, but a historical debut. Put those two together and many a times I have found that combination go awry!But Anna Bennett surprised m [...]

    15. I picked this one up because I've recently been approved for the sequel in Bennett's The Wayward Wallflowers series and couldn't start that before seeing where it all began. THE BROWN-EYED EARL, beyond having an adorable title, started out really well. The chemistry between the leads, the snapping rejoinders, the wit, the sass, the chemistry, was strong and enjoyable as hell. I liked this sorta-second chance romance, I liked the history between the two characters, even if some of the backstory d [...]

    16. 2,5 stars. My Brown Eyed Girl is Ms Bennet’s debut novel. The writing style is engaging, the scenes show potential, I had no trouble finishing it, but must admit to having skipped quite a few paragraphs. But, if you like funny, light romances and you aren’t too sticky with historical accuracy or scenes making sense (or because you just want to have a distracting beach read or have your mind filled with heavy study material and need an escape) this could work for you. The characters are nice, [...]

    17. **I received an ARC of this book from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review**I loved this book! This is a new author and this is her debut novel - but you would never know that from the writing, she writes like a seasoned veteran! Will and Meg have a past - Eight years ago they were supposed to be betrothed, but Meg refused to marry Will.After Meg's parents passed away, she and her two sisters went to live with her uncle, he is not financially able to support the girls muc [...]

    18. I didn’t enjoy My Brown-Eyed Earl as much as I had hoped to. The story has the right components to make it a pleasant read; a simple love story with little conflict and a plotline that moves along at a quick pace. Unfortunately those were also its weakest areas and I struggled to engage with the story at all.The Lacey sisters haven’t quite caught on in London society. Without the funds to purchase the latest gowns or a prominent woman to sponsor their débuts, the three of them have been dub [...]

    19. Gentle persuasion!I loved all the characters in this story--well most of them. There were a couple of exceptions. Meg (Miss Margaret Lacey) is a person of great heart, a caring nature and a guilty soul. Will (William Ryder, Earl of Castleton) is a a strong minded man with a sensitive side.Meg and Will have known each other from childhood. Indeed there might have been more if Meg hadn't been so young, stubborn and proud. Now Meg and her sisters are in straightened circumstances. Their foray into [...]

    20. My Brown-Eyed Earl is a solid debut that showcases Anna’s Bennett’s potential as a romance author but there is still room for improvement of course. I like the writing in general, even if things are possibly explained a little too much. It has the perfect setup for a slow burn but sadly it’s pretty much a case of instalove. Instead of two characters finding each other, we have a flimsy subplot with an unconvincing villain and something resembling a kidnapping. I feel the book would have be [...]

    21. 2 stars. I had super high expectations for this book, but sadly I didn't feel it. I didn't enjoy the writing as much, I felt the characters were one-dimensional, and I didn't enjoy the pace or progression of the story. Though perhaps it may just be I had high expectations of this book and it failed to meet them.

    22. I loved Bennett's Honeycote series under the name Barton, so I broke down and bought My Brown-Eyed Earl off UK because I'm terrible at waiting for things. While not as swoony as the Honeycote series, I still loved MBEE and the way Anna is able to capture characters with true heart that are driven with a purpose.

    23. Meg’s mind was made up: she needed a position. Her friend Charlotte Winters lent a helping hand, and that’s how drab, dull wallflower Margaret Lacey became a governess to two six year-old twin girls. What Charlotte had neglected to mention was that the twin’s guardian was none other than William Ryder, now the Earl of Castleton. The same Will that Meg had curtly refused to marry him eight years before, when her father had urged her to accept this arranged marriage. Will’s life has gone t [...]

    24. There are so few times that romance makes me squeal or laugh out loud, or even make me feel anything more than sighing or rolling my eyes. This book managed to make me laugh, squeal, and very little to no eye rolling at all! The only sighing that came from me was as I batted my lashes at William Ryder.Margaret "Meg" Pryce is the Vicar's daughter and has a past with William Ryder [Lord Castleton.] They were once neighbors and it was decided between their fathers that William would marry Meg, it w [...]

    25. I was so surprised that this was a debut novel by Anna Bennett! I thought the dialogue and the flow of the story was really well done, especially for a new author. The plot of the book kept me interested the entire time, even during the slower parts. There were also some suspenseful moments that I was not expecting! Even though the suspense felt a little out of place and dramatic, it added an exciting element to the plot. This was a light-hearted, romantic, and fun read.The main character, Meg, [...]

    26. A 2.5 STARSI have to say that this story had the potential to be a rollercoaster ride of emotions but sadly it failed to deliver even 20% of it. I felt like the characters were too good to be true because their personalities and background barely scratched the surface and I didn't feel connected with them at all. This is one of those stories whereby we know the H/h will have a HEA so naturally the author depicts their relationship in good light from the start. BORING! Where's the fun in that? OU [...]

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