Kindred Hearts

Kindred Hearts Crippled by a devastating stammer Alfie would prefer to hide himself away in the audience of London s theaters But as the perfect Georgian gentleman it s his responsibility to find a husband for his

  • Title: Kindred Hearts
  • Author: G.S. Wiley
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 465
  • Format: ebook
  • Crippled by a devastating stammer, Alfie would prefer to hide himself away in the audience of London s theaters But as the perfect Georgian gentleman, it s his responsibility to find a husband for his ward Eleanor The pain of having to converse with strangers is lessened by the appearance of the kind hearted Lord George Caldwell and his cousin Lieutenant Markham, who isCrippled by a devastating stammer, Alfie would prefer to hide himself away in the audience of London s theaters But as the perfect Georgian gentleman, it s his responsibility to find a husband for his ward Eleanor The pain of having to converse with strangers is lessened by the appearance of the kind hearted Lord George Caldwell and his cousin Lieutenant Markham, who is far interesting than any character Alfie has seen on stage, and far intriguing than any man he s ever met in person.

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      G.S Wiley is a writer, reader, sometime painter, and semi avid scrapbooker who lives in Canada.Visit G.S s web site at wileyromance.googlepages.



    858 thoughts on “Kindred Hearts

    • This short story is one of the spice lines of Torquere Press, which incorporates a spice somewhere. Here the mace fruit cake is used well, although I kept thinking of the modern day uses of mace spray instead of the nutmeg like spice intended. Either way this delightful historical touches on romance, marriage, and accurate details of the time period to offer a quick, fun read. I wish the story had been longer as it didn’t fully satisfy like other offerings by this author but still stands out a [...]


    • This is a thoroughly enjoyable little Regency, and anyone who likes the genre will like this I’m sure.I was particularly taken to it for several reasons, writing being one of them, the language is very nicely done, without being overly “of the period” there is enough flavour for anyone to pick it up and to get a feel of the era without getting lost in the wordiness.Alfie is the kind of hero you can really get behind. Giving the poor man a terrible stammer is enough to get anyone on his sid [...]


    • This is a very nice novella, of the type you would probably expect to have read 20 years ago; it’s a love story, and there is sex, but it adopts the old fashioned rule to not follow the main characters behind the bedroom doors… we know that something happened, but we were not invited inside the room. For me sincerely, it’s not a problem, on the contrary, I prefer all the interaction between the main characters and it’s not really important to witness to the material conclusion; it’s ni [...]


    • 3.5 starsThough this is a short novella, it reads even more swiftly than other stories its length, mostly due to the utterly readable and unassuming authorial voice. The prose is clean and crisp, with just enough detail to make the setting pop and lend an air of authority to its accuracy, without bogging it down in unnecessary minutiae and distracting from the characters themselves.But while I zipped through with barely a blink of an eye, much of the credit for that goes to the protagonist Alfie [...]


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