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Resisting Mr Rochester (Moorland Heroes Book 1) [PDF / Epub] ☉ Resisting Mr Rochester (Moorland Heroes Book 1) By Sharon Booth – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Cara Truelove has always been a romantic, burying her head in books and dreaming of being swept off her feet by her very own Bront hero When she was a gullible teenager, she believed boyfriend Seth to Cara Truelove has always been a romantic, burying her head in books and dreaming of being swept off her feet by her very own Bront hero When she was a gullible teenager, she believed boyfriend Seth to be a modern day brooding Heathcliff Fourteen years later, when Seth has proved to be like Homer Simpson, Cara vows never to fall in love again, and turns her back on romance for good Leaving Seth behind, Cara secures a job as nanny at Moreland Hall on Resisting Mr Kindle - the Yorkshire Moors, but is shocked to discover her new employer is none other than the tall, dark, and disturbingly handsome Mr Rochester Her resolve to be level headed is soon tested when strange things begin to happen at Moreland Hall Why is Mr Rochester s mother hidden away upstairs What are the strange noises she hears from the attic Why is the housekeeper so reluctant to leave her on her own And where is Mr Rochester s mysterious wife As events unfold, Cara knows she must keep a cool head, curb her imagination and resist Mr Rochester at all costs After all, one Bront hero in a lifetime is than enough for any woman Two would be downright greedy Wouldn t it.


10 thoughts on “Resisting Mr Rochester (Moorland Heroes Book 1)

  1. Anne Anne says:

    I think I need to warn you that this is going to be a totally uncritical review I might even gush a little This book was just gorgeous, sheer enjoyment from beginning to end I said I needed a bit of a cuddle, and that s exactly what this book delivered.Being a fan, I loved the Bront allusions, so cleverly done Cara s disappointment with her very imperfect Heathcliff and her discovery instead of the wonderful Mr Rochester in his stately pile, complete with ward Adele, housekeeper and stran I think I need to warn you that this is going to be a totally uncritical review I might even gush a little This book was just gorgeous, sheer enjoyment from beginning to end I said I needed a bit of a cuddle, and that s exactly what this book delivered.Being a fan, I loved the Bront allusions, so cleverly done Cara s disappointment with her very imperfect Heathcliff and her discovery instead of the wonderful Mr Rochester in his stately pile, complete with ward Adele, housekeeper and strange goings on in the attic But there s really a bit of everything in this book family drama and confrontation, secrets and lies, a bit of a mystery, a journey of self discovery, and a romance that develops just perfectly and makes you feel all warm and fuzzy inside.I adored Cara from the very beginning she s such a wonderful character, with a wry sense of humour and a warmth you can feel, and I was so angry for her at the way she was taken advantage of at every turn and made to believe that she wasn t as worthy as everyone else In fact, every character, no matter how peripheral to the story, is perfectly drawn I have a particularly soft spot for Cara s lovely father I also fell unreservedly for Mr Rochester and would defy any reader not to feel the same.Sharon Booth writes quite beautifully shifting with absolute ease from humour the texted poems from Seth, with theirmundane postscripts, are just perfect, and very funny through sadness, strong emotion, and with superb descriptions of the setting of Moreland Hall and the Yorkshire Moors I loved the secret garden, wanted to sit on that swing and inhale the perfume of the pink tinged white roses too if Mr Rochester could join me there too, my life would be complete.I was going to say that this was a perfect summer read but it was actually a perfect read for any time of year Read it in the depths of winter, and it ll bring a perfect inner glow to your dark days I really loved this book but you can tell, can t you


  2. Anmol Anmol says:

    I love love love this book, this retelling was so good and not many authors can do this but Sharon Booth has done it I loved the twists from this story and how it obviously changes from the original Jane Eyre novel I don t often give full five star ratings but there was nothing really bad about this book, other than it finished so soon As Jane Austen has said If a book is well written, I always find it too short A fantastic book that has definitely earned a place in my favourite books list I love love love this book, this retelling was so good and not many authors can do this but Sharon Booth has done it I loved the twists from this story and how it obviously changes from the original Jane Eyre novel I don t often give full five star ratings but there was nothing really bad about this book, other than it finished so soon As Jane Austen has said If a book is well written, I always find it too short A fantastic book that has definitely earned a place in my favourite books list.Also I could totally see this as a tv drama or a movie


  3. Kathleen Crowell Kathleen Crowell says:

    Giving this a 2.5 It was pretty corny and followed the original to a T main characters were annoying and there was no chemistry at all Just wanted to see how it ended Please enough with the poetry Seth


  4. N.W. Moors N.W. Moors says:

    Cara fell in love at a very young age with her own Heathcliff Problem is, he turned out to be a bad poet who expects her to support him She finally gives up on him and gets a new job in Yorkshire as a nanny to a young girl Her new problem is that her employer is Mr Rochester.I loved this book so much While the plot is a contemporary version of Jane Eyre, this book is so muchMs Booth writes exceedingly well and is also very funny The romance between Ethan Rochester and Cara takes so Cara fell in love at a very young age with her own Heathcliff Problem is, he turned out to be a bad poet who expects her to support him She finally gives up on him and gets a new job in Yorkshire as a nanny to a young girl Her new problem is that her employer is Mr Rochester.I loved this book so much While the plot is a contemporary version of Jane Eyre, this book is so muchMs Booth writes exceedingly well and is also very funny The romance between Ethan Rochester and Cara takes some different and surprising turns while staying true to the original The little girl is named Adele as in the original , but I laughed out loud when I read the reason why Same with the lunatic in the attic A terrific book from a terrific author


  5. Isabella Isabella says:

    Absolutely fabulous It was such a pleasure reading this book, I keep saying this, but Sharon Booth is definitely an author to watch out for She has outdone herself with this story It s perfectly plotted, it provides the right balance between romance, comedy, and suspense, and don t I love her female characters You can so easily identify with the heroine and albeit it s obviously a fictional story where a happy ending is expected, you ll find it is very real.Definitely in my Top Ten for 2017 Absolutely fabulous It was such a pleasure reading this book, I keep saying this, but Sharon Booth is definitely an author to watch out for She has outdone herself with this story It s perfectly plotted, it provides the right balance between romance, comedy, and suspense, and don t I love her female characters You can so easily identify with the heroine and albeit it s obviously a fictional story where a happy ending is expected, you ll find it is very real.Definitely in my Top Ten for 2017 Highly recommended


  6. ChillwithabookAWARD With ChillwithabookAWARD With says:

    Resisting Mr Rochester by Sharon Booth has received a Chill with a Book Readers Award.www.chillwithabook.com An extremely enjoyable read Looking forward to part 2 I rather enjoyed it, fairly well written with strong characters, it had shades of the secret garden as well as Jane Eyre I found it an easy relaxing read Pauline BarclayFounder of Chill with a Book Awards Resisting Mr Rochester by Sharon Booth has received a Chill with a Book Readers Award.www.chillwithabook.com An extremely enjoyable read Looking forward to part 2 I rather enjoyed it, fairly well written with strong characters, it had shades of the secret garden as well as Jane Eyre I found it an easy relaxing read Pauline BarclayFounder of Chill with a Book Awards


  7. anne low anne low says:

    Enjoyed itA really good read, got quite engrossed rather quickly Loved the way so many smaller stories combined to make the whole The main characters were instantly likeable, if you re looking for a nice relaxing Read this is it


  8. Livvie Livvie says:

    Loved this so much


  9. Emma Emma says:

    Sheer enjoyment from start to finish I love Bronte and I loved this modern retelling of Jane Eyre Can t wait to readby this author.


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