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Road to Rosewood [KINDLE] ❆ Road to Rosewood By Ashtyn Newbold – Thomashillier.co.uk Lucy Abbot longs to return to the country estate where she spent the best days of her childhood with her cousins and their charming neighbor Nicholas Her protective parents, however, have other plans Lucy Abbot longs to return to the country estate where she spent the best Road to Epub / days of her childhood with her cousins and their charming neighbor Nicholas Her protective parents, however, have other plans for her When she finally dares to escape, her carriage is besieged by highwaymen with a familiar man leading them Could this mysterious outlaw be exactly the person Lucy has been searching for.


10 thoughts on “Road to Rosewood

  1. Jacob Proffitt Jacob Proffitt says:

    This book is so frustrating that I m giving up at 20% There are some awkwardnesses that hamper it like the first person narrator unusual for a romance, particularly Regency and dawdling on life in an odd little village that Lucy seems to hate why are we getting lavish scenes of an indigent family and a milliner we re unlikely to see again and referring over and over again to some event that broke her heart but without giving the reader any detail despite being first person It s a lot of This book is so frustrating that I m giving up at 20% There are some awkwardnesses that hamper it like the first person narrator unusual for a romance, particularly Regency and dawdling on life in an odd little village that Lucy seems to hate why are we getting lavish scenes of an indigent family and a milliner we re unlikely to see again and referring over and over again to some event that broke her heart but without giving the reader any detail despite being first person It s a lot of coy author nonsense and that was tiring.But then we get to the highwayman bit and nothing makes any sense at all I mean, meeting the childhood beau is a monstrous coincidence Having him abduct her is a bigger one And having them talk in this cryptic shorthand just so the author can keep key information buried is just tiring.And I might have kept with it even so if Lucy hadn t been this childish, moping, willful idiot putting on die away airs while her parents wrap her up in this smothering blanket of do you want a pretty dress That will make you feel better In short, they re treating her like some tragic victim, and it s clear that she sees herself as a put upon gothic heroine even though she s young, healthy, and her family seems fairly well off I kept waiting for there to be some reason she s so immature but then I just got tired and chalked it up to author shenanigans.So yeah One star A sad waste of time


  2. Heidi Robbins (Heidi Reads...) Heidi Robbins (Heidi Reads...) says:

    The book begins with scenes from Lucy s childhood and she is a happy eleven year old with a fun personality As an adult, however, she is sullen and depressed, even though she has attempted to be content in a dreary climate on the north coast Her desperation to return to her memories of the beautiful south and her cousin s estate of Rosewood drives her to defy her parents and embark on the journey on her own Her new feelings of independence brought light back to her heart and personality, alth The book begins with scenes from Lucy s childhood and she is a happy eleven year old with a fun personality As an adult, however, she is sullen and depressed, even though she has attempted to be content in a dreary climate on the north coast Her desperation to return to her memories of the beautiful south and her cousin s estate of Rosewood drives her to defy her parents and embark on the journey on her own Her new feelings of independence brought light back to her heart and personality, although I didn t understand some of the rather ridiculous choices she made The plot takes twists and turns and I didn t know what to expect next as I read Nicholas is a bit of an enigma and there are so many secrets that are alluded to, but everyone keeps Lucy in the dark I was as frustrated as she until the layers of mystery began to be revealed Lucy s personality is easily flustered, somewhat contradictory, and her thoughts seem to go a million miles a minute as she loses some of her na vet and has her eyes opened to the reality of the what has changed in Rosewood and her family Even though I didn t quite connect with the characters, the pace of the story is swift and kept me entertained I received a complimentary copy of the book all opinions in this review are my own


  3. Katie W Katie W says:

    Danger, foolishness, secrets, and romance is exactly how I would sum this book up Lucy is a very fanciful girl and has been in love with her cousin s neighbor since she was a child It s hard not to act like a fool when you re trying to get over someone, or impress him, but she tends to cling to those feelings and actions Although she claims to be grown up now, she still has childish tendencies, but they are what make her a delight.Nicholas is the root of everything and the situations they fin Danger, foolishness, secrets, and romance is exactly how I would sum this book up Lucy is a very fanciful girl and has been in love with her cousin s neighbor since she was a child It s hard not to act like a fool when you re trying to get over someone, or impress him, but she tends to cling to those feelings and actions Although she claims to be grown up now, she still has childish tendencies, but they are what make her a delight.Nicholas is the root of everything and the situations they find themselves in, especially in the beginning, are quite humorous Nicholas is also a major contradiction he s likable, yet he isn t He s lovable, yet he s got some big flaws He s sweet, yet his secrets put mountainous walls up I did wish his reasons for flying under the radar for the last few years were different.I enjoyed the plot and the characters, yet this isn t a true to era story, but if you re looking for a fun diversion, this will entertain you Content mild romance mild violence I received a copy, which didn t influence my opinions


  4. Aimee (Getting Your Read On) Aimee (Getting Your Read On) says:

    3.5, rounding upThere are just so many secrets swirling around this book Of course, that leads to misunderstandings and mishaps because if you don t know the secrets, you tend to get into some trouble That s exactly what happens to Lucy Over and over again Poor Lucy All she wants is to break free of her cage and travel to where she remembers being happy and carefree She defies her parents, leaves secretly and then finds herself in quite a mess when her ride is held up by highwaymen It s t 3.5, rounding upThere are just so many secrets swirling around this book Of course, that leads to misunderstandings and mishaps because if you don t know the secrets, you tend to get into some trouble That s exactly what happens to Lucy Over and over again Poor Lucy All she wants is to break free of her cage and travel to where she remembers being happy and carefree She defies her parents, leaves secretly and then finds herself in quite a mess when her ride is held up by highwaymen It s the beginning of quite an adventure for Lucy.Lucy wants to appeargrown up than she really is, I think She sometimes acts very childish, as if she doesn t quite know how to go about being an adult because she lacks experience I guess the word for that is naive Sometimes this was endearing, but sometimes it was frustrating.There are many entertaining situations in this story and also a bit of intrigue Secrets begin to unfold taking the story in some surprising directions It was light and kept me engaged and entertained I liked it Content Clean, mild violence I received a complimentary copy of this book All opinions expressed are my own


  5. Kelly Kelly says:

    I really really enjoyed Road to Rosewood It is filled with mischief, adventure, mystery, intrigue and finding that one person who makes you complete First off, I love Nicholas and Lucy They are both full of laughter and trying to make the most of everything The chemistry between them was powerful The beginning of the book starts out when they were younger and you see bits of the past as the book moves along We also watch Lucy making some rather silly choices and bungling things up.And we se I really really enjoyed Road to Rosewood It is filled with mischief, adventure, mystery, intrigue and finding that one person who makes you complete First off, I love Nicholas and Lucy They are both full of laughter and trying to make the most of everything The chemistry between them was powerful The beginning of the book starts out when they were younger and you see bits of the past as the book moves along We also watch Lucy making some rather silly choices and bungling things up.And we see some very tender moments as well I loved watching them dance around each other for most of the book wondering what the other thought Well, I imagined Nicholas s thoughts by his actions since it is in Lucy s Point of View Hehe I loved watching them grow and learn to trust each other and grow into the love that they had I don t want to give away a lot of how the book goes because each action determines the next in the book and there is a lot that the other didn t know and so my mind tried to guess what the reasons could be for the actions and choices they made I was wrong some of the time and part of the adventure of a book is the mystery surrounding why someone is acting a certain way or what all the secrets are But I will tell you to read it It is wonderful and I would recommend it to everyone who loves romance with some action and mystery I would give itthan 5 stars if I couldvia GIPHY


  6. Lisa (Bookworm Lisa) Lisa (Bookworm Lisa) says:

    This book was just what I needed right now It is light story that is full of fun and adventure.Lucy lives a life of privilege She has all that she could want, but misses the adventure of her childhood She hasn t visited her cousin in years, and misses the young man of her dreams since childhood She is melancholy, and thinks that a trip to Rosewood will cure her.She defies her parents and takes a mail coach, that is held up by highway men That is where the adventure begins The unexpected ha This book was just what I needed right now It is light story that is full of fun and adventure.Lucy lives a life of privilege She has all that she could want, but misses the adventure of her childhood She hasn t visited her cousin in years, and misses the young man of her dreams since childhood She is melancholy, and thinks that a trip to Rosewood will cure her.She defies her parents and takes a mail coach, that is held up by highway men That is where the adventure begins The unexpected happens, often I enjoyed Lucy s character She tries to see her life in Rosewood as wonderful, because that is what she chooses to remember from her youth But, Rosewood is not perfect and as an adult, there are secrets and mysteries that surround it.Nicholas, her crush from her youth, is complicated I think as a child she put him up on a pedestal, but his actions didn t live up to her expectations He is a character that you really like, but shake your head at some of his decisions.For me, this was the perfect escape book Source I received a complimentary ebook from the publisher All thoughts and opinions expressed are my own


  7. Cathy Cathy says:

    I really enjoyed this book I loved the characters I loved the plot And I loved that some characters from another of this authors books, Mischief and Manors, made an appearance That was so fun I loved Lucy I loved how she kid of idealized everything, especially Rosewood and Nicholas In her mind they were both perfect and really the antidote for her boring life in Craster I loved that she took a chance and went on an adventure to Rosewood on her own But like sometimes happens, nothing see I really enjoyed this book I loved the characters I loved the plot And I loved that some characters from another of this authors books, Mischief and Manors, made an appearance That was so fun I loved Lucy I loved how she kid of idealized everything, especially Rosewood and Nicholas In her mind they were both perfect and really the antidote for her boring life in Craster I loved that she took a chance and went on an adventure to Rosewood on her own But like sometimes happens, nothing seemed to work out in her favor And that is how Nicholas comes into her life again.You don t see things from Nicholas perspective in this book But things don t really look good for him Associating with highwaymen isn t a skill that people really are seeking And Lucy has heard from her cousin that he s a married man Both things that should make Lucy run from Nicholas But she realizes rather quickly that things aren t always what they seem Still, she can t seem to trust him.The plot of this one is full of lies, adventures, highwaymen, danger and romance It really has a little something for everyone I loved it And I can t wait to readby this author


  8. Mindy Mindy says:

    I have enjoyed every book I have read from this author, and I absolutely loved Road to Rosewood It was charming, sweet and often funny at times I loved Lucy and Nicholas The thoughts that went through Lucy s head sometimes were entertaining and fit her character development very well I enjoyed how the author told Lucy and Nicholas s back story and the gradual progression of that was appreciated Lucy finds herself in trouble when the mail carriage she is traveling on is robbed by highwayman I have enjoyed every book I have read from this author, and I absolutely loved Road to Rosewood It was charming, sweet and often funny at times I loved Lucy and Nicholas The thoughts that went through Lucy s head sometimes were entertaining and fit her character development very well I enjoyed how the author told Lucy and Nicholas s back story and the gradual progression of that was appreciated Lucy finds herself in trouble when the mail carriage she is traveling on is robbed by highwayman and what happens next is quite the entertaining adventure


  9. Heather Chapman Heather Chapman says:

    Another cute story from Ashtyn Newbold I love her writing It takes me back to my younger years when love was so new and everything was embarrassing and difficult and heart pounding and darling Lucy is the kind of main character that I like to root for She s unique and honest, and like all of us, she s broken in some ways It was a satisfying read that left a smile plastered to my face.


  10. Melissa Melissa says:

    Good Heavens I thought this would never end It started out so well and then turned into a soap opera, English regency style It was moor like a Gothic novel at the end, and end that would never come It just got sillier and sillier and harder to believe as you read I had to hang in there to see what happened and just started skipping over the Heroines inner dialogue that was the same old nonsense every time she went there She also was all over the place a 16 year old could make better decisi Good Heavens I thought this would never end It started out so well and then turned into a soap opera, English regency style It was moor like a Gothic novel at the end, and end that would never come It just got sillier and sillier and harder to believe as you read I had to hang in there to see what happened and just started skipping over the Heroines inner dialogue that was the same old nonsense every time she went there She also was all over the place a 16 year old could make better decisions then this 20 year old woman I can t believe I finished it and for that I will give it two stars


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