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doc » Rules for Reforming a Rake ´ Farthingale ´ Daisy Farthingale protected her sister by taking blame for a scandalous incident that occurred during her sister’s debut season and now embarks upon her own entrance into society with a slight tarnish to her reputation No one trusts her judgment when it comes to men but DaLord Gabriel Dayne a disreputable wastrel who may be spying for the French What’s a girl to do? Fortunately Daisy has gotten her hands on Lady Forsythia Haversham’s Rules for Reforming a Rake Gabriel Dayne younger son of the Earl of Trent has spent the war years cultivating his image as a knave and drunken rakehell to hide his true occupation as a spy against Napoleon’s forces His missions on the Continent have taken a harrowing physical toll as well as an emotional one ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️The Farthingales are a charming ton I mean mostly the girls and the childrenThis is another book I thoroughly enjoyed The slow burn romance was heart fluttering and the characters were fantasticGabriel is another bachelor who fell victim to the Chipping Way curse And this time to his luck his stars aligned with Daisy FarthingaleDaisy Farthingale has always kept her head in the clouds yet her charm and pure heart were effective at melting down the adamant walls Gabriel built around himself Despite his rakish reputation only Daisy was able to see right through his false persona How peculiar it is when two polar opposites end up being the most appealing couple whom are head over heels for each other

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Daisy Farthingale protected her sister by taking blame for a scandalous incident that occurred during her sister’s debut season and now embarks upon her own entrance into society with a slight tarnish to her reputation No one trusts her judgment when it comes to men but Daisy is determined to redeem herself in the eyes of her beloved family by marrying the most honorable man she can find unfortunately she finds herself falling in love with London’s most notorious rakehell I do loved this book probably my favorite of the three I have already read even if I do not follow the series order but the stories of the 5 sisters from the eldest to the youngestDaisy is the middle one she was presented as the perfect caring one in Rose and Laurel stories but she is resented by her family because of an event occurring during Laurel’s romance I do not really understand why the facts were not cleared whatever it is what drove her to the present situationWhile the first books had their smiling moments I laughed a lot with this one during the first part when Daisy and Gabriel were playing cats and dogs The gherkins and cucumbers discussion was hilarious And the citations at each chapter opening were delicious antithesis of the same chapter contentsThen the the story is carried out the the plot is thickeningGabriel sacrificed a lot to become the perfect spy he is known as rakehell or rogue gambling drinking and whoring while he works to confond traitors For this he turned his back to his family having to hurt their pride to do his duties to the crown Until he meets Daisy she with her caring way and ability to see beyond the facade turned his life upside down Let him to want to run away and turn back at the same time She is his Achilles’ heel Near her he is helplessI’m not a great fan of women unable to articulate two words or to string together two ideas when around handsome men as it is the norm in many romance and much in historicals hopefully Daisy didn’t stay too long an empty brain and she was even able to stand her groundI was a little disappointed by the harshness of Daisy’s parents breaking all their rules of love and care because of one mistake she was blamed forNow I’m curious to see what awaits the twins

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Rules for Reforming a Rake Farthingale #3 Sent home to recover from gunshot wounds acuired in a skirmish though most of London Society believes he was shot by a jealous husband he’s determined to enjoy the wastrel reputation he’s taken great pains to develop for he soon expects to be recalled to battle But the dangers he encountered in Napoleon’s war pale in comparison to the danger he faces from Daisy Farthingale the beautiful slip of a girl who creates havoc with his heart from the moment he sets eyes upon her After three books I've finally figured out why I don't give Meara Platt's book higher ratings Its in her characters Though the stories are good the author has a knack for writing characters who I SHOULD like but don't For instance their mother Sophie In all the books she's supposedly loving lets them be their own takes in and cares for all Farthingale relations has a loving relationship with her husband etc etc We should love her BUT she was uick to believe the worst of her daughters and judges and criticizes them seems to care for other family relations other than her own and blames her own daughters when something goes wrong for caring for said relations own children She was a truly condescending character IMO Then there's Aunt Julia The widow of their deceased uncle who died in war She's left with a son to raise but is supposedly too wrapped up in her grief to do it Oh how I wish the author would have stuck with making her a bit sympathetic Instead she selfishly pawns her son and his troubles to daisy or whoever is in charge of him Her son is crying out for his father running out of houses and climbing trees to get to heaven to see him and Mrs Platt wants us to believe that Julia is so wrapped in grief to deal with it so she blames others Well where is this grief when she's out shopping making house calls trying to find a new husband I really could have done without her character in this book or at the very least a NOT so happily ever after for herThen there's the Daisy herself So guilt ridden of the incident which took forever and day to be revealed yet keep running into dark areas with gentleman She's brave enough to d everything under the sun and moonlight but not brave enough to speak up for herself Ugggh The frustrationAnd last but not least All Ms Platt heroes have the same MO Maybe not back stories but they all are so dense and everything is so drawn up and melodramatic