Marrying Christopher

Marrying Christopher From Top Regency Romance author Michele Paige Holmes comes MARRYING CHRISTOPHER a regency romance from the Hearthfire Romance series Having seen both his sisters Grace and Helen happily married

  • Title: Marrying Christopher
  • Author: Michele Paige Holmes
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  • Page: 315
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  • From Top 100 Regency Romance author, Michele Paige Holmes, comes MARRYING CHRISTOPHER, a regency romance from the Hearthfire Romance series Having seen both his sisters Grace and Helen happily married, Christopher Thatcher is free to pursue his dream of life in America With adventure in his heart and mind, he boards one of the first steamships set to cross the AtlFrom Top 100 Regency Romance author, Michele Paige Holmes, comes MARRYING CHRISTOPHER, a regency romance from the Hearthfire Romance series Having seen both his sisters Grace and Helen happily married, Christopher Thatcher is free to pursue his dream of life in America With adventure in his heart and mind, he boards one of the first steamships set to cross the Atlantic in the record breaking time of only twenty five days Within the first two of those, his resolve to avoid women and the complications they often bring to a man s life falters when he meets Marsali Abbott, a young woman with a past even troubling than his own Whether from years of habit protecting his sisters, or simply because he feels drawn to Marsali, Christopher chooses to help her and becomes her friend As the truth about what awaits Marsali in America becomes evident, he is faced with a difficult choice, one that will impact their lives far beyond four weeks together at sea Other Hearthfire Romances Saving Grace Loving Helen

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    1. This one was a little slow starting out for me. It was a quick recap with Christopher and his siblings. They were figuring out what to do about the pirate Crayton who had caused the grief in the previous books. Then it was Christopher saying goodbye and finally starting his adventure that he had been preparing for since right before his sisters were settled in good marriages. We also start the story of our heroine of the story, Marsali. Her beginning was a great way to provide lots of angst for [...]

    2. A nice end to this series. Christopher and Marsali were likable characters but spent much of the book apart surrounded by not so likable people. A nice ending. A few timeline issues but otherwise a good historical romance. Don't read this until you have read the other two in the series.Content: Clean

    3. I've loved this trilogy about this family of two sisters and a brother. Christopher's story is different than his sisters', but still every bit as engaging. I have read the other stories, but felt that this one can stand alone. This cover captures the story perfectly!Christopher has longed to set out for America and find his dream life in the adventures that await him there. He wants to be a farmer and he doesn't need the trouble a woman can bring to accomplish that. Something prompts him to hel [...]

    4. I read the first two books in this series and was excited for Christopher's story!! At the beginning, we get to catch up with Christopher's sisters, Grace and Helen, and learn what's currently going on with them and that was a lot of fun. Christopher is ready to take off for America and has secured passage on a steamship. In the meantime, we meet Marsali Abbott, who is also traveling to America but has some difficulty making it to the ship. Life is hard for her but she doesn't let on to that at [...]

    5. I’ve been looking forward to reading this one for awhile now. I really enjoyed the first two books, and loved the character of Christopher and was looking forward to his story. If you’re not aware, this series follows a family of two sisters and their brother. They’re best if read in order, in my opinion, although they can stand well on their own as well. Christopher was a very likable character, I love how loyal and protective he is of his sisters. I love stories with strong sibling relat [...]

    6. I really enjoyed the stories about Helen and Grace. Christopher is such an awesome, protective brother! So getting to read HIS story was fabulous. I'll admit, I felt like it started off a little slow, but at some point I got pulled into the story and didn't want to put it down. Unfortunately I had things, like LIFE, going on around me, so it took me longer to finish this book than I wanted it too. Christopher and Marsali are wonderful characters that had me cheering for them the entire book. Mic [...]

    7. 4.5 STARS ACTUALLY :)I really enjoyed this book. Of course it was so frustrating at times. I wanted to scream, throw my book, and slam things around at times.hehe. I cannot tell you how much I love it when a book brings that much emotion out of me. Christopher - I have read about some really swoon worthy men lately and, Christopher is definitely swoon worthy. Besides being handsome and wonderful, he treats his sisters like queens. A man who treats a woman as well as Christopher does is more of a [...]

    8. I was so eager to read this book because it was the third in a historical romance series I have been following by the wonderful Michele Paige Holmes. I have enjoyed each and every one of the previous books, but was even more excited for this one seeing as it was from Christopher’s point of view. We had yet to have a male voice as the center of the story and knowing Christopher’s reluctance to fall in love from previous books hooked me.I loved that at the beginning of this novel we were able [...]

    9. I thoroughly enjoyed this book. I have not read any other books from Holmes and had no idea what to expect with this. I didn't know when I started this that it was the third in a series but Holmes does an amazing job of being able to keep the reader informed and not lost when referring to characters from the first two. Although it is the third in a series, this is definitely a strong standalone on its own, although I'm sure I would've enjoyed it more had I read the first two and had been able to [...]

    10. Marrying Christopher was a romantic adventure that began from historical England, continued upon a sea voyage, and then to the new America. These two main characters, Marsali and Christopher, had both experienced so many hardships in their lives before they began their journey. Then they were faced with more difficulties on the voyage and when they reached America. Their struggles made the happy moments even sweeter and made for a beautiful ending.I really liked Christopher and Marsali. It crack [...]

    11. Excerpt from full review on smilingbookreviewsI enjoyed the third book the most. (This one can be read as a stand alone.) The story of Christopher leaving to make his own way after seeing his sisters happily married is fun, adventurous, and romantic. He's determined to avoid women but ends up befriending Marsali almost from the start. I liked Marsali's character a lot. She's had a hard life and is headed for more hardship but she tries to keep a positive attitude and is always kind and helpful. [...]

    12. I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. I would like to begin by saying that this is not the type of book I typically read. When I started into the book, my initial thoughts were that the writing seemed forced and contrived. Additionally, the run-on sentences in the beginning of the book were very distracting to me. As I continued reading and settled into the book however, I enjoyed the lighthearted pace of the novel. I stopped trying to compare it to the heavier re [...]

    13. Why did it take so long to finish this book? Oh yeah. Life. This is the third instalment of the hearthfire series. It's about Christopher, the brother of Grace and Helen. He has seen both of his sisters taken care of and adventures to America where he is to begin his new life. I don't think he planned on meeting Marsali another passenger heading to America as well. Marsali's life has been nothing but tragedy after tragedy. Finally away from her mean aunt!The attraction between Christopher and Ma [...]

    14. Marrying Christopher, by Michele Paige Holmes offered a good conclusion to her trilogy, A Hearthfire Romance. It’s important to know that the books need to be read in order and close together. They wind around each other, intricately. Christopher’s story started out a bit rocky, but developed into a great book. As a romantic novel, it lacked on a romantic development or the element of tug and play between the two characters, but made up for that with a great storyline—full of huge twists a [...]

    15. Oh I loved this book. It was my favorite of the series. I completely loved the two leading roles and the way the story unfolded. It was unique and so well done. You could read this independent of the others but I wouldn't I would read his sisters stories first. Christopher gets his own love story and wow what a story. It was so fun and exciting to read and so hard to put down. Lots of good angst and tension. I cheered at the end and will keep this one to read again. This was a clean romance with [...]

    16. Marrying Christopher is the third regency era novel in the Hearthfire Romance Series. The first two are Saving Grace and Loving Helen which are about the sisters of the hero Christopher in this novel. Christopher was a supporting character in the first two novels that secretly behind the scenes engineered and pulled the strings of his sisters and future brothers-in law to bring them together in romantic happily ever after. Marrying Christopher can be totally stand-alone though as this novel occu [...]

    17. “Marrying Christopher”by: Michele Paige HolmesI’d give this book 4 ½ starsI just finished reading "Marrying Christopher" and enjoyed it very much.From the beginning of the story where two young people meet on the maiden voyage of one of the first steam ships to cross the Atlantic, to the very last page, this book held my interest.Prior to reading this book, I had read "Loving Helen" which I also enjoyed.This book was given to me free of charge in exchange for an honest opinion of the book [...]

    18. MARRYING CHRISTOPHER takes us back in time to 19th century England. It was one of the most realistic historical romance I've ever read. I'm not saying it was completely acurate, which even the author said it wasn't but the decribtions of the time was beliavable and I could imagine everything vividly.Both of Christopher's sisters got succesfully married and now he wants a life of his own. He's only twenty-one, he doesn't want to settle just yet and his plan is to work in America and after while b [...]

    19. I've really enjoyed the other two books in this series and this one wraps it up nicely. Little brother Christopher has spent his life trying to protect his older sisters. Now that they are both happily married and settled, he's going to strike out on his own and hopefully bring some pride to the Thatcher name. He books passage on a ship to America and stubbornly refuses to take any money from his sisters. He's going to make his own way, hopefully be able to work and maybe even own some land he c [...]

    20. I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.*Warning: There is a tiny spoiler in the middle. Not much. I set it off with *asterisks*.I thoroughly enjoyed reading Marrying Christopher. Marsali and Christopher are both endearing protagonists, and I became engrossed in their stories very quickly. Each had an intriguing history that came before the story actually began, which made them real to me. Holmes did a fantastic job bringing in suspenseful, dangerous situations where [...]

    21. Marrying Christopher by Michele Paige Holmes was the third book in a series about 3 siblings, however they are definitely stand-alone books. Christopher wants to leave behind England and make a name for himself in America. Leaving behind his two sisters is harder than he thought it was going to be. Marsali can’t wait to be reunited with her sister, who is in America. She has been in the clutches of her extremely mean and tyrannical aunt and uncle, being treated like a slave. Her sister has fin [...]

    22. I was so excited to finally be able to settle in and read Christopher's story. He is the last sibling in this series and I've watched him help his sisters find love and care. I was anxiously awaiting this book so I could watch Christopher find his love because he deserved it.This has been a fantastic historical romance series. I've loved each book but I think Christopher may just be my favorite. This one jerked my emotions all over the place and the last third of the book I seriously felt so des [...]

    23. I read and reviewed Michele Paige Holmes's 'Saving Grace' a while back and fell in love with the characters and the story and the writing, so when the opportunity came for me to read & review 'Marrying Christopher' I jumped at the chance.Christopher is Grace's little brother and now that his sisters are both comfortably settled and safe from the evil associates his father made, Christopher is off to America to make a difference and change his life. He is excited for the new opportunities it [...]

    24. In this 3rd book in the series, Christopher has his two older sisters happily married and is finally free to go to America to buy a farm and live his lifelong dream. Crayton has finally been dealt with and is in France, far away from causing any danger to Grace and Helen. Christopher uses most of his resources to book passage on the Amanda May, a combination Steam ship and sailing ship. This ship is of new design and many are superstitious so there are only 4 passengers for the journey. One pass [...]

    25. Marrying Christopher was a cute historical romance. I liked both Christopher and Marsali a lot and enjoyed reading about their romance. I did kind of feel like one thing was unneeded for the plot and another didn't feel very plausible, and everything was wrapped up too neatly for everyone, even the minor characters of Mr. Vancer and Charlotte. I'll elaborate behind a spoiler. (view spoiler)[ The part with Mr. Luke suddenly being a murderer who was working for the pirate kind of felt like it came [...]

    26. A delightful Sweet Romance!I enjoyed reading Marrying Christopher. I was drawn to the book by the lovely cover depicting the hero and heroine, Christopher and Marsali Thatcher on their wedding day! I like it so much, that I have it as a screen saver on my smart phone. I found that the title also grabbed my attention, it just seemed romantic to me. I was not disappointed, as the story is well written and the characters are compelling. Christopher was such a caring, good guy. It's so refreshing to [...]

    27. 4.5 stars. I enjoyed this historical romance that focuses on Christopher, the brother we met in the two earlier stories (although I don’t think it’s necessary to have read those first). Christopher wants to begin a new adventure in America, so he takes passage on one of the first steamships where he meets the interesting captain and a handful of passengers, including, of course, our lovely heroine who has also had a very difficult life. I loved all the characters, especially Christopher and [...]

    28. Marrying Christopher is a captivating historical fiction novel. Christopher has secured the happiness of his sisters, seeing them well wed and affectionately happy. Ready to move on he has decided to immigrate to America to make a name for himself. Booking passage on a new ship powered by steam and propelled by a large paddle promises to be the perfect start to a new chapter of life. Enter Marsali Abbott, a resilient young women set on escaping England and the bondage and servitude it represents [...]

    29. This is the conclusion of the Thatcher trilogy. They each are stand alone books. This is Christopher's story. I love Christopher. He is a stand up kind of guy. Definitely the 'chivalry isn't dead' kind of hero (oh wait, this is a historical book so chivalry was alive and well then). He boards a ship seeking a grand adventure and to escape the titles and inequality of Europe. He also meets Marsali.Marsali has had a life of sadness and trials. She is going to America hoping to pay her debt and sta [...]

    30. I received this ebook through ebooksforreview in exchange for an honest review.I absolutely loved Christopher’s story, just as I loved both his sister’s stories. Once again, the author did a great job!This book was a great conclusion to the series, bringing in a lot of suspense and new characters as Christopher leaves England to start a new life in America. I loved the fact that we still saw a little bit of Grace and Helen and their husbands. That’s one of the reason I live this series so [...]

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