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Dec 15, 2019 - 21:21 PM By Celeste Jones

Meet Lady Ambrosia Anaconda Algonquin, matchmaker to London s most discerning citizens Part fairy godmother, part sorting hat, her methods might be unusual, but she always makes her match.For Lady Tempest Tapoate, marriage means an end to the tyranny of the aunt and uncle into whose care she was forced when her parents died She would rather have a stranger select her spoMeet Lady Ambrosia Anaconda Algonquin, matchmaker to London s most discerning citizens Part fairy godmother, part sorting hat, her methods might be unusual, but she always makes her match.For Lady Tempest Tapoate, marriage means an end to the tyranny of the aunt and uncle into whose care she was forced when her parents died She would rather have a stranger select her spouse than allow those two sods to choose a husband for her.James Harley, the Earl of Knox, is in need of an heir He has righted the family fortunes after mismanagement by his mother and is now in need of a wife to bear a child Once the deed is done, he expects the two of them will go their separate ways.When Tempest finds herself with child, rather than share the good news with her husband so that they may each move on with their lives, she realizes that she does not want to be set aside by her spouse But how long can she keep her secret Publisher s Note This standalone Regency romance contains power exchange, domestic discipline, explicit themes and than a few laugh out loud moments If you do not like a bit of tongue in cheek with your romance, please do not buy this book.
  • Title: His Tempestuous Bride (Regency Matchmaker, #1)
  • Author: Celeste Jones
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 193
  • Format: Kindle Edition

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Relina Skye Dec 15, 2019 - 21:21 PM
"His Tempestuous Bride" by Celeste Jones is the first book in the "Regency Matchmaker" series. Lady Tempest has lived with her maternal aunt and her family since the death of her parents. They provided her with a roof over her head, food, and some clothing. But they never liked her nor did they want to properly socialize by giving her a season. As a result, Tempest has to rely on a matchmaker to find her a husband. James Harley, the Earl of Knox, doesn't care for the London social scene and deci [...]
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Anna Dec 15, 2019 - 21:21 PM
What a fun story about a young woman with no real family who goes to a match maker to find a husband. While she grows up in her loveless home, she dreams of a husband who will adore her. The matchmaker - a colorful woman- certainly encourages this fantasy. What a disappointment when she meets her groom and he only wants basically a business arrangement. What was lovely about this book was Tempest- she was so plucky. She stood up for herself- telling off her husband (and others) even when it got [...]
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Joanie M Dec 15, 2019 - 21:21 PM
The quirky, delightful Lady Ambrosia makes this new series truly special. The match she makes between Tempest and James certainly seems unlikely to be a love match, but as expected, the matchmaker's predictions come to pass. Tempest is a lovable character, embittered, yet able to move on. James was harder to like until he showed his true colors under his all-business exterior. The plot consisted of the interesting background of Tempest followed by the match and the romance. With numerous descrip [...]
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Cara Bristol Dec 15, 2019 - 21:21 PM
His Tempestuous Bride by Celeste Jones is a light, fun historical spanking romance that doesn’t take itself too seriously. The heroine is spunky & snarky, and the hero is dashing and decent, readily willing to admit when he makes mistakes. I loved the role the matchmaker played in this story. Also, I appreciated the wit and humor throughout. If you want a light, fun, enjoyable read, you can’t go wrong with His Tempestuous Bride.
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Nancy Nicholson hughes Dec 15, 2019 - 21:21 PM
I thoroughly enjoyed this, they're a perfect match. James was surprised at himself, how deeply he found, he loved his wife Tempest. You'll love their relationship, including the spankings, and this is a standalone by the way. I voluntarily reviewed an advanced reader copy of this book.
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Kristin Dec 15, 2019 - 21:21 PM
Tempest lost her parents at twelve to a virus and had to move in with her aunt, uncle & brat cousin. The family is horrible to her, frequently dismissing to her bedroom. Her only saving grace is the lady’s maid Mattie. The book begins the morning of Tempest’s 18th BD. She is dropped off at the home of a matchmaker, Lady Ambrosia, to find a husband. She is told Lord Knox (James) is her match and is immediately taken by carriage to him. James tells her he is only looking for an obedient wi [...]
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Kathy Heare Watts Dec 15, 2019 - 21:21 PM
CALL ME DESPICABLEFor Lady Tempest Tapoate, turning eighteen-years-old will be a new beginning in her unhappy life. After losing both her parents when she was twelve, and at the mercy of her relatives, who never treated her well, she will take her happiness in her own hands. Using the matchmaking services of Lady Ambrosia, who promises her, she will have her the perfect match for a husband.James Harley, the Earl of Knox, doesn't believe in love, but due to his title, he needs a wife and an heir. [...]
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Donna Louise Dec 15, 2019 - 21:21 PM
By Donna LEdit ReviewDelete ReviewThis review is from: His Tempestuous Bride (Regency Matchmaker Book 1) (Kindle Edition)This is a beautiful love story with a imaginativeuse of language to create a humorous set ofcharacters.I thoroughly enjoyed the antics ofCeleste and James .This story has not onlyspankings and hot sex but has easy dialogueand sassy banter.18 year old Lady Tempestcould not wait to leave the home of her auntand uncle.Her childhood had been lonely withonly her maid for company.Sh [...]
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Gayla Maypole Dec 15, 2019 - 21:21 PM
This turned out to be a pretty good book. Sometimes the DD books are kind of cheesy. Meaning that the focus is the erotic spankings and not on the story. This one actually delivered a decent story that made me smile if not lol. The characters were well written. No typos that I remember. (I finished about two weeks ago.). Dialogue was well done. Not forced or stupid. The matchmaker's name gave me an eye roll moment but she turned out to be a nice minor character that added dimension to the book. [...]
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Tiffany Dec 15, 2019 - 21:21 PM
The first thing that struck me in this book was the names, they were a source of entertainment to me. But if you like your character to have simple names like John or Jack, and don't care for more flamboyant names, you may struggle a bit. Additionally, while this book is set in the past, I wouldn't start reading it with the intention of historical accuracy, I don't remember exactly what the anachronisms were but since there is also a small magical element in the book, I found it easier to read a [...]
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Debra Dec 15, 2019 - 21:21 PM
Well I thank you mom for her suggestions.For this is my first book by you and not my last in fact as soon as I finish this review I already have a new book I found in your library to read. So yes I love the book and it's just that a story with a lot of imagination. You have to read I am sure you will agree. I give my writer reviews. I don't tell the reader the story that the point of reading it and I know you will agree. Celeste Jones I wish you continue success. Happy reading it took me a day. [...]
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Kindle Reads Dec 15, 2019 - 21:21 PM
Might have enjoyed if not for dual first-person POVWriting wasn't bad. Aimed for those who easily relate to a first-person POV of an 18 year-old, which I could not.Historical accuracy usually doesn't matter much to me. But there were quite a few obviously modern phrases.I truly hate dual first-person POVs in erotica. There are very few authors who can drag a reader into true relationship with first-person narrator who is far from their own circumstance.Perhaps my opinion is an anomaly.'Call me I [...]
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Pettigg Dec 15, 2019 - 21:21 PM
James Harley has always done what was expected, now it is time for the prerequisite heir. For that he needs a wife and who has time to court one he has a better idea. A Matchmaker! He tells her exactly what he wants in a wife, and she sends him Lady Tempest not exactly what he wanted but definitely what he needs. A fun victorian romp, A matchmaker with a few tricks up her sleeve, and an Earl who is going to get an eye opening surprise!
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Renee Dec 15, 2019 - 21:21 PM
I really enjoyed this story. I got so mad at Tempest's family. They were just plain cruel. And I was afraid James was going to be the same but he did redeem himself. The matchmaker should keep matching people, she is very good at it. In spite of her unique approach. You don't want to miss this story. I read this through the KU program.
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Toni L Dec 15, 2019 - 21:21 PM
Fun, entertaining, light read that I found very enjoyable. Keeping in mind the naivety of Tempest simply wouldn't happen today I was able to just giggle at some of her thoughts & reactions. Liked the character of James, as well, especially his turnaround in attitude.
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Cynthia Houser Dec 15, 2019 - 21:21 PM
TempestuousThe book was okay. Not my cup of tea. Although Tempest did silly things I did not find myself laughing out loud. I liked the characters and feel that there is a possibility for others stories, but the stories definitely need to be more developed.
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His Tempestuous Bride (Regency Matchmaker, #1) By Celeste Jones Meet Lady Ambrosia Anaconda Algonquin, matchmaker to London s most discerning citizens Part fairy godmother, part sorting hat, her methods might be unusual, but she always makes her match.For Lady Tempest Tapoate, marriage means an end to the tyranny of the aunt and uncle into whose care she was forced when her parents died She would rather have a stranger select her spoMeet Lady Ambrosia Anaconda Algonquin, matchmaker to London s most discerning citizens Part fairy godmother, part sorting hat, her methods might be unusual, but she always makes her match.For Lady Tempest Tapoate, marriage means an end to the tyranny of the aunt and uncle into whose care she was forced when her parents died She would rather have a stranger select her spouse than allow those two sods to choose a husband for her.James Harley, the Earl of Knox, is in need of an heir He has righted the family fortunes after mismanagement by his mother and is now in need of a wife to bear a child Once the deed is done, he expects the two of them will go their separate ways.When Tempest finds herself with child, rather than share the good news with her husband so that they may each move on with their lives, she realizes that she does not want to be set aside by her spouse But how long can she keep her secret Publisher s Note This standalone Regency romance contains power exchange, domestic discipline, explicit themes and than a few laugh out loud moments If you do not like a bit of tongue in cheek with your romance, please do not buy this book.

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