Charity Child (2020)

Charity Child Sara Seale Charity Child He made the job a certain challenge When Charity was hired as companion to a wealthy eccentric former opera star the old lady s nephew immediately branded her as a gold digger Marc Gentle made thing
  • Title: Charity Child
  • Author: Sara Seale
  • ISBN: 9780373009916
  • Page: 411
  • Format: Paperback
Charity Child Sara Seale He made the job a certain challenge When Charity was hired as companion to a wealthy, eccentric former opera star, the old lady s nephew immediately branded her as a gold digger.Marc Gentle made things difficult for Charity from the start A clever little nobody with an eye to the main chance, was how he described her.It was a struggle for Charity to win Marc s trust bHe made the job a certain challenge When Charity was hired as companion to a wealthy, eccentric former opera star, the old lady s nephew immediately branded her as a gold digger.Marc Gentle made things difficult for Charity from the start A clever little nobody with an eye to the main chance, was how he described her.It was a struggle for Charity to win Marc s trust but without being aware of it she soon won his heart.
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  1. Fiona Marsden

    I can t help it I love May December romances The sweet innocent heroine, the older slightly disillusioned hero The tenderness she brings out in him, the unsullied love she gives him sigh Sara Seale was of course the queen of the May December romance The majority of her stories have some form of this particular trope.They have lost popularity in the modern era when it is far important for the heroine to be feisty and independent and standing up to the hero as his equal I still think there is som [...]

  2. Karla

    The Girl Charity Child, 19 year old orphan who finds work where she can and has gamin written all over her She s soft spoken, innocent, and accepts her lot whatever it might be.The Guy Marc Gentle, barrister extraordinaire and tolerant nephew of a retired prima donna from the 1910s, Mrs Clara Stubbs, who went by the stage name of Astrea Marc is 36, tall and elegant, with a superior attitude like all Harlequin heroes.The Setup Astrea sees Charity playing a piano in a music shop and takes a fancy [...]

  3. Kay

    3 1 2 Stars When Marc arrives at his aunt s country home for his usual weekend visit, he s disheartened to learn that she s hired another young woman to be her companion Astrea is now in her 70 s and she yearns for her younger days when she was an opera diva She thrives on youthful memories and hiring young companions help her feel youthful She d met Charity in the music shop she worked in, and when Charity lost her job because she stood up for Astrea to her employers, Astrea hired her immediate [...]

  4. Noël Cades

    First published in 1959, this is a deliciously vintage, classic Mills Boon where once again the Other Woman is by far the most entertaining character.Charity Child yes, that s her actual name comes to work for a former opera singer, Astrea, who is now an astrology obsessed old lady who keeps taking a fancy to various spiritual daughters and making wills in favour of them Astrea barrister nephew, Charity is 19 turning 20 and Marc is 30, but she s already independent and working to support herself [...]

  5. Reading with Cats

    3.5 starsI enjoyed this, but the text s insistence on describing Charity in childlike terms over and over again was extremely off putting The squick factor was high, especially since Charity compares Marc to her father for most of the book Charity herself was a bit of an idiot stamping her foot like a toddler and flouncing off into a blizzard towhat Freeze to death, I guess She was exasperating at times.

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