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Tallie's Knight Magnus has decided to select a bride Miss Thalia Robinson, a destitute orphan, was fortunate that she had been allowed to look after her cousin Laetitia s three adorable children Tallie usually spent her quiet life lost in daydreams, but the arrival of a house party to aid Magnus, Earl of d Arenville, to find a wife, turned her world upside downMagnus s cold facade had been pierced by a delightful small girl, and now he d decided he wanted children of his own For that, he needed a wife But things didn t go according to Laetitia s plan, for he ignored all the debutantes that were presented to him, and, taken with Tallie s loving treatment of the children in her charge, decided that she was the one he would marry ❮BOOKS❯ ⚣ Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald – The Original Screenplay (Fantastic Beasts/Grindelwald) Author J.K Rowling – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk a destitute orphan ❮Reading❯ ➶ I Love Spiders Author John Parker – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk was fortunate that she had been allowed to look after her cousin Laetitia s three adorable children Tallie usually spent her quiet life lost in daydreams ❮BOOKS❯ ✯ We That Are Young ⚡ Author Preti Taneja – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk but the arrival of a house party to aid Magnus ➶ Krishna Free ➬ Author Shweta Taneja – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk Earl of d Arenville [KINDLE] ✿ My Country By Melanie Dunea – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk to find a wife ❮Reading❯ ➸ Positively American Author Charles Schumer – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk turned her world upside downMagnus s cold facade had been pierced by a delightful small girl ❮PDF / Epub❯ ☀ Best Friend to Wife and Mother? ✈ Author Caroline Anderson – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk and now he d decided he wanted children of his own For that ✰ Bright Evening Star Epub ✶ Author Madeleine L& – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk he needed a wife But things didn t go according to Laetitia s plan [BOOKS] ✯ Creating the Good Life ✴ James O& – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk for he ignored all the debutantes that were presented to him ❴Read❵ ➪ Trupp Author Janell Cannon – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk and ➳ [Reading] ➶ Brave New Knits By Julie Turjoman ➩ – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk taken with Tallie s loving treatment of the children in her charge ☂ [PDF / Epub] ☁ Women Talking By Miriam Toews ✐ – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk decided that she was the one he would marry


About the Author: Anne Gracie

I ve always loved stories Family legend has it that I used to spend hours playing in the sand pit, with a dog on either side of me and Rocka the horse leaning over me, his head just touching my shoulder, while I told them stories I have to say, dogs and horses are great audiences, apart from their tendency to drool occasionally But people are even nicer.In case you imagine we were a filthy rich horse owning family, let me assure you we weren t The horse period was a time when my parents entered a let s be self sufficient phase, so we had a horse, but no electricity and all our water came from the rain tank As well as the horse and dogs, we had 2 cows Buttercup and Daisy and one of them always had a calf , a sheep Woolly, goats Billy and Nanny dozens of ducks, chooks, and a couple of geese, a pet bluetongue lizard and a huge vegie patch I don t know how my mother managed, really, because both she and Dad taught full time, but she came home and cooked on a wood stove and did all the laundry by hand, boiling the clothes and sheets in a big copper kettle Somehow, we were always warm, clean, well fed and happy She s pretty amazing, my mum.Once I learned to read, I spent my days outside playing with the animals I include my brother and 2 sisters here and when inside I read For most of my childhood we didn t have TV, so books have always been a big part of my life Luckily our house was always full of them Travel was also a big part of my childhood My parents had itchy feet We spent a lot of time driving from one part of Australia to another, visiting relatives or friends or simply to see what was there I ve lived in Scotland, Malaysia and Greece We travelled through Europe in a caravan and I d swum most of the famous rivers in Europe by the time I was eight This is me and my classmates in Scotland I am in the second front row, in the middle, to the right of the girl in the dark tunic Sounds like I was raised by gypsies, doesn t it I was even almost born in a tent Mum, Dad and 3 children were camping and one day mum left the tent and went to hospital to have me But in fact we are a family of chalkies Australian slang for teachers and Dad was a school principal during most of my life And I am an expert in being the new girl having been to 6 different schools in 12 years.The last 4 years, however, were in the same high school and I still have my 2 best friends from that time No matter where I lived, I read I devoured whatever I could get my hands on old Enid Blyton and Mary Grant Bruce books, old schoolboys annuals I learned history by reading Rosemary Sutcliffe, Henry Treece and Georgette Heyer I loved animal books Elyne Mitchell s Silver Brumby books and Mary Patchett and Finn the Wolf Hound And then I read Jane Austen and Dickens and Mary Stewart and Richard Llewellyn and Virginia Woolf and EF Benson and Dick Francis and David Malouf and Patrick White and Doris Lessing and PD James andthe list is never ending This is me posing shamelessly on a glacier in New Zealand This is me in Greece with my good friend Fay in our village outfits The film went a funny colour, but you get the idea I m the one in the pink apron I escaped from my parents, settled down and went to university.To my amazement I became a chalkie myself and found a lot of pleasure in working with teenagers and later, adults I taught English and worked as a counsellor and helped put on plays and concerts and supervised camps and encouraged other people to write but never did much myself It took a year of backpacking around the world to find that my early desire to write hadn t left me, it had just got buried under a busy and demanding job I wrote my first novel on notebooks bought in Quebec, Spain, Greece and Indonesia That story never made it out of the notebooks, but I d been bitten by the writing bug My friends and I formed a band called Platform Souls a



10 thoughts on “Tallie's Knight

  1. says:

    I read this book during a romance novel reading renaissance several years ago, when I discovered a bounty of unread treasures and new authors This was one of the best I read in that period This book had been highly recommended on a romance readers group, so I wrote it down o


  2. says:

    Reviewed for THC Reviews Tallie s Knight kicked off my 2013 romance reading with a bang I read a lot of great books last year, but it s been a while since I ve read one as deeply romantic and utterly perfect at this one It is a sweet Cinderella story that had a little bit of everyth


  3. says:

    Tallie s Knight is the story of Tallie and Magnus.Tallie lives with her distant pompous cousin Laetitia as a nanny, taking care of her kids when the cousin s brother Magnus comes to their house to choose a bride.Seeing her affection for the kids, instead of the belle s of the ton he chooses


  4. says:

    Tallie is a poor orphan girl who lives with her rich cousin and works for her as a governess Her cousin treats her horribly Hero is in need of a wife and when he visits Tallie s evil cousin he is impressed by Tallie s goodness and warm heart He believes he found the ideal wife for his children so h


  5. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here While not terrible, this was not my favourite by Anne Gracie This read like a rough draft, with a lot of formatting improvements to be made The author changed scenes, skipped over months, and switched povs quite often, with no


  6. says:

    Anne Gracie is a new author for me I have only read one other book by her, Gallant Waif, which I really enjoyed Sadly, I wasn t able to finish this one per content I will say, I really liked our heroine Tallie and I also thought it was refreshing that this cold rake of a hero wanted to marry for children He actual


  7. says:

    I was hooked from the first chapter the toddler was described charmingly It was realistic to see the heroine accept the proposal of marriage instead of stomping off down the road, which I doubt would rarely happen in the Regency era I mean, she was destitute and knew nobody It s nice to read a story were the couple is mar


  8. says:

    DNF at 43% I get that the heroine is a daydreamer, but there were way too many of her perpetually cheesy fantasies in the book, and it made her come off as a silly ass Also, constant miscommunication and jumping to conclusions between the hero and heroine brought it to the point of absurdity Characterization isn t very good and t


  9. says:

    5 stars Love the story, the character development are well done.The h h each have their own personality which I really like They all have their inner struggles which made them vulnerable and likable I love the h h constant bickering at each other, it was fun seeing them arguing then come to an understanding later on And Lord Magnus d Are


  10. says:

    2 2.5 stars


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