A Mistress for Major Bartlett

A Mistress for Major Bartlett His virgin mistress Major Tom Bartlett is shocked to discover the angel who nursed his battle wounds is darling of the ton Lady Sarah Latymor One taste of her threatens both her impeccable reputation

  • Title: A Mistress for Major Bartlett
  • Author: Annie Burrows
  • ISBN: 9780373298372
  • Page: 273
  • Format: Paperback
  • His virgin mistress Major Tom Bartlett is shocked to discover the angel who nursed his battle wounds is darling of the ton Lady Sarah Latymor One taste of her threatens both her impeccable reputation and his career An honorable man would ask for her hand, but Bartlett is considered an unrepentant rake by polite society sweet Sarah would be spurned as his mistress and eHis virgin mistress Major Tom Bartlett is shocked to discover the angel who nursed his battle wounds is darling of the ton Lady Sarah Latymor One taste of her threatens both her impeccable reputation and his career An honorable man would ask for her hand, but Bartlett is considered an unrepentant rake by polite society sweet Sarah would be spurned as his mistress and even as his wife He demands she leave, but Sarah is just as determined to stay by his side and in his bed Brides of Waterloo Love forged on the battlefield
    • Free Download [Religion Book] Ö A Mistress for Major Bartlett - by Annie Burrows ✓
      273 Annie Burrows
    • thumbnail Title: Free Download [Religion Book] Ö A Mistress for Major Bartlett - by Annie Burrows ✓
      Posted by:Annie Burrows
      Published :2019-06-13T13:03:18+00:00

    479 Comment

    • Caz says:

      3.5 starsThis is the second book in a trilogy of stories by different authors that are collectively entitled Brides of Waterloo, written to mark the two hundredth anniversary of that momentous battle.I read the first book, Sarah Mallory’s A Lady for Lord Randall recently, and enjoyed it, so was eagerly anticipating this instalment, in which the heroine is Lady Sarah Latymor, sister to Justin Latymor, the titular Lord Randall of book one.Towards the end of that book, Randall and his crack team [...]

    • Courtney says:

      I'd suggest not paying too much attention to the summary on . It manages to spoil a fair percentage of the book, and yet be completely misleading by making it seem much more tawdry than it actually is. The story begins with Sarah Latymore, the darling of the ton, determinedly going in search of her twin brother who has been declared dead after a recent battle with Napoleons army. I arriving at Brussels, she discovers her older brother may be missing as well. Combining forces with Mary, the ex-fi [...]

    • Sonya Heaney says:

      The fist line of this book’s blurb is horrid! And inappropriate for the story!I liked the cover of this one, and have loved most of the historical romances produced by Harlequin/Mills and Boon (why more people don’t give them a chance I will never understand). So I was a little shocked when I started it and saw it had a couple of horrific early ratings.Especially so as I enjoyed the opening chapters so much. Starting off a trilogy to mark the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo, this [...]

    • Melissa says:

      After completing this series, I have bumped up the rating for this book to 4.5 stars (rounded up on GR to 5 stars).Another wonderful installment in the series! I hadn't had much of an impression of Sarah from the last book other than she was typical shallow daughter of a titled peer. Tom got almost no page time in the last book, so I had less to go on here. However, the author did an amazing job showing that there was A LOT more to Sarah and Tom than the impressions given in the first book. The [...]

    • Susan says:

      Very good book. The book begins with Sarah desperately trying to find out what happened to two of her brothers. Her twin brother has been reported as dead, but she doesn't want to believe it, and the other one is missing. Sarah is a society miss who has the reputation of being pretty but useless, but she has the determination to escape from her protective family and head for the battlefield to search for them.Along with her older brother's ex-fiancee, Sarah searches the battlefield for her broth [...]

    • Sabrina (Soter) Sally says:

      "Voleva Tom. Voleva correre da lui e versare le proprie angosce nelle sue orecchie, perché le addolcisse con le sue parole amorevoli. Sentire la forza delle sue braccia tenerla stretta al suo cuore.Perché quando la teneva così, lei non si sentiva più sola al mondo. Lei amava Tom. Non solo perché era bello e affascinante, ma perché era anche diventato il suo amico. Il suo confidente. L’unica persona cui poteva aprire il proprio cuore. L’uomo con cui desiderava vivere, invecchiare, perfi [...]

    • Julie says:

      Award-winning author Annie Burrows continues the enthralling Brides of Waterloo series with A Mistress for Major Bartlett, a heart-rending, intriguing and highly engrossing historical romance that is absolutely impossible to resist!Lady Sarah Latymor has spent most of her life feeling unloved and unappreciated by her family and her friends – except for her beloved twin brother, Gideon. As the only person in the world who cares about her and who makes life bearable, Gideon is a beacon of light [...]

    • Book Gannet says:

      It's been a while since I last read a M&B Historical, and I'd forgotten how good they could be. There are few historical imprints out there that I can trust more to pay such close attention to detail and overall accuracy, and this book definitely fits the bill. The opening scene of Sarah’s ride across the battlefield was vivid and powerful without being gratuitous or over the top. Waterloo has fascinated me ever since I readGeorgette Heyer’sAn Infamous Army, so it was good to see evidenc [...]

    • Maggie Hesseling says:

      One of the more interesting aspects of this novel is the fact that for the most part it takes place in one room- at Tom's sickbed, where Sophie nurses him. Unable to help her twin who has died in the last skirmish against the French, she turns her attention to the Major she finds lying in a ditch. As he begins to heal physically they both tackle their emotional wounds. And boy, do they have wounds: Tom's are a result of his grandfather losing the title and his father losing the money. All leadin [...]

    • Molly Cline says:

      I would actually give this a 3 1/2 star as it's a little bit more than 'average' but not quite enough to give it 4 star. It all takes place within a week so you don't have to worry with trying to figure out time frames etc. This is actually book 2 of the Brides of Waterloo series but this is a stand alone novel. I haven't read the others and wasn't lost, without the other books.This is a bout a woman headstrong to not become the person that is 'expected' of a proper woman. or marrying the 'right [...]

    • Stevie Carroll says:

      Second in the trilogy, and this time I felt we got to know the heroine much better. Sarah is regarded as empty-headed by many, mainly because of the restrictions placed on her by her family and by society. Her main adventures prior to Waterloo have been lived through the letters sent by her twin brother; however, when he is declared missing presumed dead after the battle she sets out to find him and instead rescues one of the officers from her older brother's regiment.Sarah is resourceful and no [...]

    • Gail says:

      Good story. The heroine is the sister of a couple of officers in the British Army, one of them her twin. She goes to Brussels before Napoleon's escape to hang out with her twin and meet the school mistress who has captivated the older brother. The hero is a rather disreputable officer in big brother's artillery regiment, one everybody warns her away from. But when she gets rather brutal notification that her twin was killed at Waterloo, she heads back to Brussels to make sure, and winds up going [...]

    • Hopefulpuffin says:

      2 1/2I didn't like Sarah the heroine. And I'm usually a sucker for a Waterloo story. She just annoyed me. She annoyed me in the fist book and I have the sneaking suspicion that she's going to annoy me in the final book - especially since she talks about the horrible thing she does to Flint. She's totally passive-aggressive and while she does nurse Tom back to health, it's a good thing he wasn't seriously injured. He'd never have survived. I know this series was written to commemorate the 200th a [...]

    • GONZA says:

      I did like the first one much more than this second installment in the series "Brides of Waterloo". I do not like Sarah even from the first book and Tom was not so good either in my opinion, so I wouldn't recommend this book, but this is just my opinion.Il primo volume di questa serie "Brides of Waterloo", mi é piaciuto molto di piú. Sarah poi non mi era piaciuta dall'inizio e neanche Tom era poi questo granché quindi non raccomanderei questo libro a nessuno, ma questa é soltanto la mia opin [...]

    • Dawn says:

      * I received this book for free from First Reads *I enjoyed this story of a young woman out of her element. While I thought there were a few too many moments where I wanted to yell at the characters to just say what they were thinking, it didn't detract too much from my enjoyment of the rest of the story. This was a nice easy read finished in a few hours.

    • Karen says:

      I've not read a true war romance and this was good. Probably a 3.5 rating. Tom and Sarah had a nice little romance, and the writing was good. I just didn't have this overwhelming urge to keep reading. I did finish the book, obviously, because I wanted to see the end. But it wasn't just sucking me in like I wanted it to.

    • Lisa says:

      Am thrilled to have stumbled across this entertaining book by Annie Burrows, which is part of the Waterloo Brides trilogy. I know a lot about this period, and can therefore say that the historical research is first class and the hero and heroine are delightful. An utterly satisfying romance, and I shall be buying the other two novels by Sarah Mallory and Louise Allen. Highly recommended.

    • Harlequin Books says:

      "Burrows continues the Brides of Waterloo miniseries with a passionate and emotional tale readers will love. Burrows’ installment is focused on a spoiled miss and a rakish soldier. There is a vast gulf between them — socially and emotionally — but it’s nothing that love can’t conquer" (RT Book Reviews, 4 stars).Miniseries: Brides of Waterloo

    • Elaine says:

      This is the second book of the Brides of Waterloo trilogy. A lovely read with great characters. I love Battle of Waterloo romances. It gave me great pleasure reading this enjoyable story.I know its a story, and wonderful as it was, in places it made me tearful - war is hell.

    • Harlequin Historical says:

      Miniseries: Brides of Waterloo

    • Gerrie says:

      3.5 out of 5 stars

    • Rosa Cline says:

      Good Reads 1st Read Book Giveaway winner3 star

    • Rosa Cline says:

      Good Reads First Read Book Winner3 star

    • LuzAdri says:

      This was a lovely romance story.

    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *