Lady Faith Takes a Leap

Lady Faith Takes a Leap Dutiful daughter Faith Baxendale just wants to please Faith isn t as adventurous as her younger sister Hope gadding about the Continent with their aunt nor as rebellious as her elder sister Honor

  • Title: Lady Faith Takes a Leap
  • Author: Maggi Andersen
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  • Page: 418
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dutiful daughter Faith Baxendale just wants to please Faith isn t as adventurous as her younger sister, Hope, gadding about the Continent with their aunt, nor as rebellious as her elder sister, Honor, who planned to become a card sharp And Faith couldn t lose herself in her art like sixteen year old, Charity Even Mercy, at fourteen, shows backbone After Faith s fiDutiful daughter Faith Baxendale just wants to please Faith isn t as adventurous as her younger sister, Hope, gadding about the Continent with their aunt, nor as rebellious as her elder sister, Honor, who planned to become a card sharp And Faith couldn t lose herself in her art like sixteen year old, Charity Even Mercy, at fourteen, shows backbone After Faith s first Season ends, her father urges her to marry the man of his choice But when Lord Vaughn Winborne, a neighbor Faith had a crush on while still in the schoolroom, arrives home for the Brandreth s hunt ball, surprising even to herself, Faith is drawn again towards a man her father would never consider The youngest Brandreth male, Vaughn, is the black sheep of the family His elder brother, Chaloner, Marquess of Brandreth, still looks upon him as a reckless youth, and Vaughn is determined to prove him wrong A chance comes in the form of a scandal not of Vaughn s making, and he must learn to trust Faith, who, when all s said and done, has always known her own mind.

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    1. Lady Faith Takes a Leap by Maggi Anderson is a 2015 publication. I was provided a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. This is the second story in the Baxendale Sisters series and can be read as a stand alone. Now that her half sister, Honor, has married and settled down, Lady Faith is now being pressured by her father to find a husband. But, Faith has only ever loved one manVaughn Winborne. The problem is, Vaughn is a rogue, a man with a cash flow problem and a bad reputation. So [...]

    2. I'm happy to have discovered Maggi Andersen!Lady Faith Takes a Leap is the second book in The Baxendale Sisters series and the first book I’ve read by Maggi Andersen. It can be read as a stand alone.There’s lots of dialogue in this book, which made me very happy since a lot of historical romances end up being overly descriptive. Maggi is a skilled author and agreat storyteller, but the last couple of chapters, in my opinion, weren’t necessary to end the story.I’ll definitely continue to [...]

    3. Lady Faith Takes a Leap by Maggi Andersen is an exciting Regency Historical Romance. Book 2 in "The Baxendale Sisters", but can be read as a stand alone. See, "Taming a Gentleman Spy".Fast paced tale of scandal, trust, passion, and romance. Once again, Ms. Andersen has proven her storytelling, even in a Novella. This title is a quick read, only 122 pages, but packed full of action and passion.I enjoyed how Faith, stepped up to the occasion and showed her worth and her own mind. Compelling and po [...]

    4. Vaughn and Faith are both easy to love characters. I was rooting for them from the start and knew they would find their way together, even when things looked bad. There was some light drama, but it was quickly resolved without any major incidents. A cute, sweet and quick read with a little heat at the end. ARC received in exchange for an honest review.

    5. Another great novelI think I enjoyed this book better than the first one about the older daughter, Honor. This has Faith in a romance with their neighbour Vaughn, whose brother is married to Honor! LOL! Both families enter into this story, making very enjoyable to see the characters from both families interacting together. I read this in one day and now I'm going to start the next book in this series about the third sister named Hope.

    6. TERRIFIC!This book was every bit as ENTERTAINING as book one . I now have to read Hope and Charity stories. I was wrong before I read book 5 but it just made me want to read about the other 4sisters hope you read this.

    7. LADY FAITH TAKES A LEAP IS AVAILABLE NOW!   READ AND REVIEW  LADY FAITH TAKES A LEAP BY MAGGI ANDERSEN SYNOPSIS Dutiful daughter Faith Baxendale just wants to please. Faith isn’t as adventurous as her younger sister, Hope, gadding about the Continent with their aunt, nor as rebellious as her elder sister, Honor, who planned to become a card sharp. And Faith couldn’t lose herself in her art like sixteen-year-old, Charity. Even Mercy, at fourteen, shows more backbone!After Faith’s firs [...]

    8. I haven't read the first book in this series so I'm not sure if Faith's personality in this book was the same in that book, but I struggled to connect with her. She was incredibly subdued and timid, not at all the heroine I pictured she'd be.I wanted so badly for her to show some fire, to throw her shoulders back and say exactly what she thought instead of letting people decide for her. I think I'm so used to Regency heroines being outspoken and defiant that I was, I hate to say it, slightly dis [...]

    9. I’ve read a couple of titles from Maggi Andersen, but the Baxendale sisters are new to me. Faith is the ‘dutiful’ sister, often feeling uninspired and uninspiring around her sisters that are more daring, dramatic, artistic or even more self-centered. You can’t help but like Faith, she wants to please her parents, but she also wants something more. She’s just not completely certain that she deserves, or can reach for it. As a girl in a family of them, there isn’t time or patience for [...]

    10. This is the first book I have read of Maggi Andersen's. This writing style was very good and made me apart of the story. Faith is a loving daughter who only wants to make a love match while her father is looking for a titled match. Lord Vaughn the "boy next door" has always been Faith's crush but his bad boy image is not something that her father wants but in the end love conquers all.

    11. I found this book to be a charming book with just a few surprises. It was enjoyable although somewhat predictable. Both main characters, had their POV's shared in a way that flowed smoothly. Faith has seen herself as being in love with Vaughn for years. Her love for him began as a young girl, when he helped her down from a tree. Even though she hadn't seen him in awhile, the attraction is still there when she sees him again. Her father's pressure to marry has brought many suitors to her door to [...]

    12. I loved Faith. Faith's character was so easy to relate to and connect with. After now having one season almost complete her father is demanding her to choose a husband. She's having a hard time putting her own wishes aside to be a proper young lady that most expect in a marriage. Vaughn, the youngest son and neighbor to Faith has had a bit of a rough patch. Now back home and with a purpose on starting his life, he finds himself stuck, unable to move forward with no money yet his brother won't re [...]

    13. Great treat!One of my favorite genres! The author does her characters well, especially Vaughn, the misunderstood yet anxious to do good hero. I like Vaughn! He shows ambition and purpose, unlike some historical romance heroes who do nothing but go to clubs and gamble. Faith is wonderful, too! She listens to her heart. She tries to break free of Society's restrictions to go after what she wants.The story is true to the historical setting. I can easily imagine the characters in such a setting! The [...]

    14. And boy does she ever. Especially, since she wasn’t planning to in the first place. It was fun and had just the right amount of quips and thoroughly enjoyable characters. You like faith and Vaughn. Vaughn was an interesting character and was a good match for her. You enjoyed them from the minute you met them and you even like their supporting cast of characters, as well. So if your don’t mind a nice short novella , pick up a copy and enjoy.Review copy provided via Reading Alley in exchange f [...]

    15. Vaughn and FaithThis is the first time I have read one of Ms. Anderson's books. I was very surprised I could not put it down. Faith has always been in love with her neighbours son Vaughn. So when her father set out to find a husband for her she I determined to marry for love. Vaughn is kind of like th e black sheep of his family, but is really a good person. In the end Faith gets her wish to marry for love. I received this book for an honest review.

    16. Faith is at a crossroads. So used to pleasing others, she has never took the time to explore what she wants. When she finally decides to live life by her own rules, that is when the fireworks began. I loved this story. Lady Faith Takes a Leap is about not being afraid to explore. Maggi Andersen has written a beautifully enchanting story about being true to the heart. No matter what. I received a copy of this story in exchange for an honest review.

    17. Charming storyI enjoyed this story. It was engaging, in spots intriguing and so much love. I read this straight thru . All the characters are just that characters, they have so much intelligence and their personalities are so fun and diverse. I believe you will have fun and enjoy this book.

    18. BetterThis was an improvement over the first Baxendale Sister story. The ending was fluid and I rushed. I enjoyed the love of Hope and Vaughn. Someone should shoot Mr. Baxendale for all the grief he causes his daughters. I am looking forward to Hope's story now that she has returned from the Continent.

    19. Uncaged Book Reviews:I really enjoyed this story, even more than Honor’s story. You can’t help but feel for Faith and Vaughn, although he comes of as independent, there is a lot more going on, and you can’t help but to root for him. This story did not feel hurried to me at all, so for a novella length, I was quite happy with it.All in all, I give the series thus far, 4 1/2 stars

    20. 4.5/5.0Ms. Anderson captivates with her tale of intrigue and chivalry as Vaughn rescues not one, but two ladies in distress. Read full review in the 2015 September issue of InD'tale Magazine.

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