[Epub] ↠ Incognita (Fairchild, #2) Author Jaima Fixsen – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk

Incognita (Fairchild, #2) There Are Worse Things Than Being Spectacularly Jilted Losing A Leg, For Instance, Or Getting Shot Well, Perhaps Not The Bullet Alistair Took Fighting In The Peninsula Never Landed Him In London S Scandal Sheets Captain Alistair Beaumaris Never Dreamed He D Be Tossed Over By Lord Fairchild S Bastard Daughter, Losing Both Her And Her Fortune A Singular Humiliation That Should Have Taught Him A Lesson But When Your Luck Is Out, You Do Foolish Things, Like Quarrel With Your Oldest Friend Or Mistake A Perfectly Respectable Widow For A Lady Of Easy Virtue Unfortunately, That Kind Of Blunder Needs Fixing Yielding To His Troublesome Conscience, Alistair Tracks Down The Elusive Widow But The Only Thing He Doesn T Find Is An Easy Way Out.


10 thoughts on “Incognita (Fairchild, #2)

  1. says:

    2.5 I met liked very much Jaima near the start of my time on GR Although she is still on my friend s list I haven t spoken to her in quite some time.However, I picked up this book through Bookbub It has been on my kindle for a while, but I decided to read it while on holiday.I know reading the second in the series before reading the first isn t altogether fair but most of my life I have read books out of series order they should makesense than this I had to go on Goodr 2.5 I met lik...


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  3. says:

    This book is a sequel to Fairchild and you probably want to read the first book to fully appreciate the sequel Fairchild was a very good book and this book is even better Alistair, the jilted hero from Fairchild, is still smarting from it and little provocation could set him reeling One of the provocations ended up with him fighting his cousin in London park The fight ended when a woman and her little boy came too close The woman, beautiful Anna Morris, is a daughter of tradesman and a wido This book is a sequel to Fairchild and you probably want to read the first book to fully appreciate the sequel Fairchild was a very good book and this book is even b...


  4. says:

    Loved this followup to Fairchild This one follows Alistair and Mrs Morris Neither character was very sympathetic in Fairchild, and we learnabout Anna initially to like her even less However, I came to change my mind as the story developed in what to me were unpredictable ways I m still intrigued by this author and her talent for writing situations and dialog that seem so authentic to the time In this story, there are many descriptions of Alistair s war experiences as a hussar in Port Loved this followup to Fairchild This one follows Alistair and Mrs Morris Neither character was very ...


  5. says:

    Incognita is second in a 3 part series with a lot of character and situational crossover so, unless you like being confused, you ll definitely want to read Fairchild first quick, easy and painless There were a few things Fairchild left dangling in 1, to keep interested readers interested in doing the series Though this second installment feels so unfinished, you can t NOT read it if you want to know how the whole thing ends Fairchild could work as a stand alone I think ALL novels should Incognita is second in a 3 part series with a lot of character and situational crossover so...


  6. says:

    Wonderful There are so many things to like about this novel wonderful character development that give you likable, relatable characters, enough action, tension and dialog that tells an enthralling story, and secondary plots and characters that are well written, interesting and work to keep the story moving along rather than just being filler In fact, the secondary story of Georgianna and William, an older couple trying to revive their marriage is realistic and endearing given how badly they v Wonderful There are so many things to like about this novel wonderful character development that give you likable, relatable characters, enough action, tension and dialog that tells an enthralling story, and secondary plots and characters that are well written, interesting and work to keep the story moving along rather than just being filler In fact, the secondary story of Georgianna and William, an older couple trying to revive their marriage is realistic and endearing given how badly they ve hurt one another As for Alistair and Anna, the H h, they are wonderfully flawed but ultimately very likable I really wanted them to work out Finally, I really appreciated the author s subtle humor It really worked in this story to break the often wrenching tension.Bottom line this is the second book in the Fairchild series It works as a standalone but you will enjoy itif you read the first book in the series, Fairchild, as it refers to p...


  7. says:

    Incognita is the sequel to Fairchild and I liked it just as much Most of the time I read free Kindle books without expecting much, but I got both of these books for free and they far exceeded my expectations This book is about Alistair whom we met in Fairchild I wasn t all that crazy about him in that book, but here we get to seeinto who he really is and he grow...


  8. says:

    A soft three It helps if you read Fairchild first I say this because quite a bit of the book is spent talking about lord and lady fairchild s relationship Not that it added much to the story The real problem for me was the hero and heroine were a little vague They lacked depth All their am...


  9. says:

    I did not enjoy this nearly as much a Fairchild I thought I would really enjoy getting to see jilted Alastair find his love, but their romance was just kind of blah I found myself rootingfor Lord and Lady Fairchild than for them, which I think is rather telling Also I don t particularly...


  10. says:

    Just not the most connected story for meI started this as an audio book, and could not stay interested Not sure if it was the narrator s voice or the reading, but after several chapters I decided to write this book off But, as I was glancing through the chapters, I started reading and the story took a new interest for me I continued reading, and was entertaineduntil the last few chapters I felt the ending was a little abrupt, and it left me wanting to know a littleabout how the c Just not the most connected story for meI started this as an audio book, and could not stay interes...


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