A Mistress for Major Bartlett Brides of Waterloo #2

A Mistress for Major Bartlett Brides of Waterloo #2 His virgin mistress Major Tom Bartlett is shocked to discover the angel who nursed his battle wounds is darling of the ton Lady Sarah Latymor One taste of her threatens both her impeccable reputation and his career An honorable man would ask for her hand but Bartlett is considered an unrepentant rake by polite society; sweet Sarah would be spurned as his mistress and even as his wife He demands she leave but Sarah is just as determined to stay by his side—and in his bed Brides of Waterloo Love forged on the battlefield


About the Author: Annie Burrows

I've been published by Mills & Boon since 2007but I'd been making up stories in my head for as long as I can remember It was a long walk home from school and there were no ipods in those days to keep you amused When I wasn't daydreaming I had my nose stuck in a book My parents used to take me to the library every Saturday until I was old enough to get there on my own and my house was alwa



10 thoughts on “A Mistress for Major Bartlett Brides of Waterloo #2

  1. says:

    35 starsThis is the second book in a trilogy of stories by different authors that are collectively entitled Brides of Waterloo written to mark the two hundredth anniversary of that momentous battleI read the first book Sarah Mallory’s A Lady for Lord Randall recently and enjoyed it so was eagerly anticipating this instalment in which the heroine is Lady Sarah Latymor sister to Justin Latymor the titular Lord Randall of book on


  2. says:

    I'd suggest not paying too much attention to the summary on goodreads It manages to spoil a fair percentage of the book and yet be completely misleading by making it seem much tawdry than it actually is The story begins with Sarah Laty the darling of the ton determinedly going in search of her twin brother who has been declared dead after a recent battle with Napoleons army I arriving at Brussels she discovers her older brother ma


  3. says:

    The fist line of this book’s blurb is horrid And inappropriate for the storyI liked the cover of this one and have loved most of the historical romances produced by HarleuinMills and Boon why people don’t give them a chance I will never understand So I was a little shocked when I started it and saw it had a couple of horrific early ratingsEspecially so as I enjoyed the opening chapters so much Starting off a trilogy to mark the


  4. says:

    Very good book The book begins with Sarah desperately trying to find out what happened to two of her brothers Her twin brother has been reported as dead but she doesn't want to believe it and the other one is missing Sarah is a society miss who has the reputation of being pretty but useless but she has the determination to escape from her protective family and head for the battlefield to search for themAlong with her older brother's ex


  5. says:

    Award winning author Annie Burrows continues the enthralling Brides of Waterloo series with A Mistress for Major Bartlett a heart rending intriguing and highly engrossing historical romance that is absolutely impossible to resistLady Sarah Latymor has spent most of her life feeling unloved and unappreciated by her family and her friends – except for her beloved twin brother Gideon As the only person in the world who cares about her and


  6. says:

    It's been a while since I last read a MB Historical and I'd forgotten how good they could be There are few historical imprints out there that I can trust to pay such close attention to detail and overall accuracy and this book definitely fits the bill The opening scene of Sarah’s ride across the battlefield was vivid and powerful without being gratuitous or over the top Waterloo has fascinated me ever since I read Georgette Heyer’s An


  7. says:

    After completing this series I have bumped up the rating for this book to 45 stars rounded up on GR to 5 starsAnother wonderful installment in the series I hadn't had much of an impression of Sarah from the last book other than she was typical shallow daughter of a titled peer Tom got almost no page time in the last book so I had less to go on here However the author did an amazing job showing that there was A LOT to Sarah and Tom than the


  8. says:

    One of the interesting aspects of this novel is the fact that for the most part it takes place in one room at Tom's sickbed where Sophie nurses him Unable to help her twin who has died in the last skirmish against the French she turns her attention to the Major she finds lying in a ditch As he begins to heal physically they both tackle their emotional wounds And boy do they have wounds Tom's are a result of his grandfather losing the title an


  9. says:

    Major Tom Bartlett is shocked to discover the angel who nursed his battle wounds is darling of the ton Lady Sarah Latymor One taste of her threatens both her impeccable reputation and his careerAn honorable man would ask for her hand but Bartlett is considered an unrepentant rake by polite society; sweet Sarah would be spurned as his mistress and even as his wife He demands she leave but Sarah is just as determined to stay by his side—and in h


  10. says:

    This book was so bad It needed no stars but I wanted it to post Unlikable characters The heroine cries at least 15 times during the book The hero is an imoralist dip s I was sorry for the other authors of this series who must of shaken with repulsion at this book and how it was so inadeuately supposedy merged with their own stories


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