E–pub [The Transformation of Miss Ashworth] Author Anne Ashley

  • Hardcover
  • 256
  • The Transformation of Miss Ashworth
  • Anne Ashley
  • English
  • 11 June 2020
  • 9780263209730

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READ & DOWNLOAD The Transformation of Miss Ashworth î PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Spirited tomboy Bethany Ashworth had always adored her childhood friend Philip Stavely His betrothal to her cousin destroyed her innocent dreamsYears later time has chan. This is not a book I enjoyed I did finish it but only because it was short The style is overly inflated the register pompously elevated yet not necessarily used accurately So snobby without credibility For example a sentence says something like his jaw dropped perceptively instead of perceptibly and there are repeated references to a baronet being a peer A lot of this nonsense is imparted during ridiculously long as you know Bob info dump speeches Not to mention the excessive use of adverbs The heroine can t just take the servant to task but it has to be roundly to task A servant can t just remain in a doorway but must do so diffidently The heroine doesn t just dismount she has to slip gracefully from a horse She doesn t just remember but she clearly recalls A person can t just demonstrate concern by asking Are you all right dear but we must be told that Concern was discernible in Ann s voice Thank goodness because I might not have figured that she was concerned Everything has to be described to a tiresome degree Actually no I think it reached obnoxious levels to be honest The hero is kind of interesting in that he is not an alpha but he also comes across as strangely clueless and emotionally thin skinned This is because he gets his feelings hurt when the heroine is distant Now she s distant because she used to worship him but then he proposed to her cousin When the hero s aunt tells the hero the heroine is mad because she won t be made a convenience again he is smart enough to realize that s interesting but too thick to figure anything out Everything has to be explained for him at the end The heroine is a Mary Sue She s a world travelling mystery solving surgery performing enchantress Her name is Bethany Ashworth The author s name assuming it s not a pen name is Anne Ashley A little too close for dignity These things made the book less enjoyable than I would have liked This last point was something that bothered me than that there s a weirdly misogynistic emphasis on female sexual virtue For example on hearing that the heroine went to a tavern dressed as a boy during her lady detective phase the hero s response is God in heaven It was a wonder she managed to leave with her virtue intact Seriously Not Thank heavens she wasn t hurt He s going to focus on her virginity being the key thing Gah Well at this point I decided to chalk that up to thoughtlessness on the author s part and not sickening priggishness But later I realized I might have been mistaken Because the heroine view spoiler happens to walk by a tinker s cart owned by a guy with a grudge against the hero He clobbers her on the head and kidnaps her intending to get ransom money hide spoiler Paying the Piper used accurately So snobby without credibility For example a sentence says something like his jaw dropped perceptively instead of perceptibly and there are repeated references to a baronet being a peer A lot of this nonsense is imparted during ridiculously long as you know Bob info dump speeches Not to mention the excessive Claiming Her use of adverbs The heroine can t just take the servant to task but it has to be roundly to task A servant can t just remain in a doorway but must do so diffidently The heroine doesn t just dismount she has to slip gracefully from a horse She doesn t just remember but she clearly recalls A person can t just demonstrate concern by asking Are you all right dear but we must be told that Concern was discernible in Ann s voice Thank goodness because I might not have figured that she was concerned Everything has to be described to a tiresome degree Actually no I think it reached obnoxious levels to be honest The hero is kind of interesting in that he is not an alpha but he also comes across as strangely clueless and emotionally thin skinned This is because he gets his feelings hurt when the heroine is distant Now she s distant because she Dragon ActuallyA Tale of Two Dragons used to worship him but then he proposed to her cousin When the hero s aunt tells the hero the heroine is mad because she won t be made a convenience again he is smart enough to realize that s interesting but too thick to figure anything out Everything has to be explained for him at the end The heroine is a Mary Sue She s a world travelling mystery solving surgery performing enchantress Her name is Bethany Ashworth The author s name assuming it s not a pen name is Anne Ashley A little too close for dignity These things made the book less enjoyable than I would have liked This last point was something that bothered me than that there s a weirdly misogynistic emphasis on female sexual virtue For example on hearing that the heroine went to a tavern dressed as a boy during her lady detective phase the hero s response is God in heaven It was a wonder she managed to leave with her virtue intact Seriously Not Thank heavens she wasn t hurt He s going to focus on her virginity being the key thing Gah Well at this point I decided to chalk that 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READ & DOWNLOAD The Transformation of Miss Ashworth î PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB This time Bethany will protect her heart but Philip now knows exactly what he wants and he's determined to marry the woman he should have swept up the aisle six years ag. Beth grew up as a wild child until her Aunt decided she needed to attend a finishing school with her cousin She watched her best friend and love Phillip fall in love with her cousin and then fled the country to join her father in Spain Years later she returns home and meets Phillip again Swamp Foetus up the aisle six years ag. Beth grew Shadows up as a wild child The House on Tradd Street until her Aunt decided she needed to attend a finishing school with her cousin She watched her best friend and love Phillip fall in love with her cousin and then fled the country to join her father in Spain Years later she returns home and meets Phillip again

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READ & DOWNLOAD The Transformation of Miss Ashworth î PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Ged them both Finishing school has transformed Bethany into a stunningly beautiful and elegant woman while tragedy has made Philip society's most eligible man once again. Very good Miss Ashworth returns home after 8 years older and thinner and very much her own woman She and her companion are settling in when she reconnects with her childhood friend Sir Phillip She has always loved him but felt betrayed when he got engaged to her cousin He too his older wiser and no longer engaged and has to try to court the mature Miss Ashworth no longer the little girl he knew