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We'll have things fixed soon. However, I can overlook that and just enjoy the book and Charlotte's violent tendencies. Charlotte or Charlie as she's called h is called by her younger sister Deborah to help her out of a tight spot. Deb had agreed to be Bay's H mistress and after he set her up in a house on Jane street a notorious street where mistress' are kept she decides to get married to someone else. Deb wants Charlie to stay at the house and explain it to Bay when he returns from his grandmothers.
Charlie plans to leave the next day and just leave a note to explain why Deborah wasn't there and she falls asleep in Deb's bed. Bay can't wait to get to his house on Jane street and finally get a chance to sleep with his new mistress. After tending to his late grandmothers estate he's very tired when he climbs into be with who he thinks is Deb.
He's tired but he has to have her, he's waited long enough. Even though Charlie tries to fight him and tell him who she really is, her treacherous body betrays her she's no innocent virgin and she gives into Bays love making. In the morning she tells him who she is, it turns out that Deb took a necklace that belongs to Bay's grandmother and so he blackmails Charlie into staying as his mistress until he can get the necklace back.
I thought that the plot was a good one but every time I thought that I was going to finally feel some emotion for these charcters it would just fall flat. Aug 06, Shawna Hansen rated it really liked it. Mistress by Mistake was a fun book to read. Although the plot was a comedy of errors in many ways, there were glimpses into some serious aspects of life at the time -- the treatment of women, the severe punishment for thievery and the vast gaps between the classes. I liked how the heroine accepted some of her regrets in life and also had an understanding and forgiving heart to those in her family and life who had really betrayed her.
She managed to survive and actually build a life for herself a Mistress by Mistake was a fun book to read. She managed to survive and actually build a life for herself and then when she was once again betrayed by a love one, she accepted her plight and tried to work her way out of it.
The heroine was honest with herself and her wants in life, although she did some afraid at some points that she would be denied what she really wanted can hardly blame her! This was a fun book to read and I look forward to reading it again someday!
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It's not often that a romance novel is actually funny in a good way! Then it slowly sinks in The whole tit for tat and constant bickering about the lacy caps just makes me laugh out loud. This is a hot, steamy and hilarious read AND packed with action. May 09, Carrie rated it it was ok Shelves: The story is basically absurd and convoluted.
I did come to enjoy the two main characters, Charlotte and Bay, which is why it didn't get a worse rating than 2. The near virginal, prim miss who becomes an impassioned, multi-orgasmic lover when the hero touches her was too unbelievable to make anything else in the story work. I don't read many historical romances, beca 2. I don't read many historical romances, because after Austen and Heyer, they all seem rather anachronistic. This book could have been set anywhere for that matter. The author throws in a few period wardrobe items and terms, and voila!
If you like lots of sex and don't require a believable story, then this might work. View all 4 comments. Jan 21, Magda rated it liked it Shelves: Overall, I enjoyed the book although there were some things that disturbed me. Although I found Bay rather annoying in the beginning, I felt he became charming towards the end. I know the book is completely improbable, but that's why I read.
Wavered betw Overall, I enjoyed the book although there were some things that disturbed me. Mar 01, Lisa Kay rated it it was ok Shelves: This book started out with a good premise, kind of funny even, and I was enjoying it He was just a little too obsessed about her sister who was supposed to be his mistress and she was a little too dishonest.
But I will probably try this author again. Jun 24, Lelyana's Reviews rated it did not like it. Buku gak akan aku buat review nya karena jelek, hero nya lelaki lemah, mau aaja di iket sama mantan bini dantetep ereksi dan mau colok2an sama manntan bininya, sementara udah jatuh cinta sm heroine nya View all 18 comments. Feb 09, Elaine rated it it was ok. I almost stopped reading it because it was just sex and no substance. The storyline finally started and it was ok, but not a book that would make me want to see the author's other works. May 23, Nightwitch rated it liked it Shelves: This was an entertaining book, although I think its biggest problem actually was the romance part.
It seemed like a fun, light look at the life of a courtesan in Regency London, really, but the authorial necessity of forcing the hero and heroine into True Love just added ridiculous whining from the characters and unnecessary plot complications. I enjoyed the book but I didn't really believe that the characters were in love Mar 17, Laura rated it did not like it Shelves: If it's going to be trashy and poorly written, it should at least be entertaining.
Mar 29, Kati rated it really liked it Shelves: There were things I remembered and things I missed. Of course I knew who the crazy was but even on the second read through, I still cringed at the way she acted. Charlotte "Charlie" Fallon has rushed to London, afraid that her baby sister has taken ill.
Her sister Deborah, the most sought after courtesan in all of London, has decided to run away with the third son of an earl, and intends to have Charlotte take her place as new mistress to one, Sir Michael Xavier Bayard. Of course Charlotte, ever the proper lady, decides to straighten everything out with Bay the morning after Deborah runs off.
Cue in the sinfully delicious Sir Michel Xavier Bayard. He arrives in the dead of night, after spending a month away being with his grandmother before she passes and making funeral arrangements. Bay can no longer wait to take Deborah so, upon his arrival at the Jane Street house, he crawls into bed with her. She's not what he expected. It's Charlotte, not Deb. But he doesn't know that. Charlotte wakes up to Bay trying to make love to her and screams. Well, you would too if a stranger was sucking on your nipples and you're somewhat aroused by it.
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Charlotte tries to explain to Bay what happened and how she came to be in his bed. Turns out, Deborah stole a necklace that belonged to Bay's deceased grandmother. Until the necklace is returned, Charlotte must take Deborah's place as Bay's mistress. And the story gets crazy. Charlotte is physically attracted to Bay. I mean, who wouldn't be? He's got magic fingers, lips, [insert body part here-- yes, even THAT body part].
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They carry on a very steamy relationship while trying to deny their attraction. We know how well that will turn out. Bay has a man looking for Deborah, he's got a fantastic sexual relationship with Charlotte, then his crazy ex-wife blows into town and all hell breaks loose. She's a total looney. Apparently she was married to some other man who they thought dead, then he comes back so that makes her marriage to Bay null. Got that so far? Bay is still semi-head over heels in love with her which turns him into a drinking fool. Now the ex-wife wants to get back together and have a baby with him.
Then Charlotte and Bay fight, she turns into a watering pot, she destroys property okay, those cherub figurines are pretty ugly and quite creepy , and in the middle of it all, Bay gets kidnapped. I fell in love with both Charlotte and Bay the second time around. There were scenes I'd forgotten about and scenes forever imprinted in my memory. Even if she was the most skilled harlot he'd ever fucked, it would a dead bore if she lectured him afterward. I must say that Ms.
Robinson writes like her hero, Bay. It is pure poetry, meant to seduce, titillate, excite and ensnare the reader from the first chapter until the last. I'd forgotten how hot Maggie Robinson can be, just ask my Kindle. The creaking was audible as I gripped it tightly, my heart racing, my toes curling as I sighed from the sexual chemistry between Bay and Charlotte. It's almost like a soap opera, complete with mistaken identity, kidnapping, crazy ex-wife, expert lover hero, self conscious heroine, and a floozy of a sister who ends up being content with someone you didn't expect.
Oh, and a few plot twists. Robinson, I'll be putting the rest of the series on The List. I am by no means prudish when it comes to my reading tastes but I was in the mood for a nice, historical romance, something I had not been in the mood for for a while, and to end up with historical erotica was a bit shocking and dismaying. I had not read such in several weeks and the cruder language and frequency of graphic sex scenes t 1.
I had not read such in several weeks and the cruder language and frequency of graphic sex scenes turned me off. I got this book for free, which is a relief since I would have been disappointed to have paid for it. Given that due to Hurricane Irene, I had no electricity, I figured taking down yet another book from my huge TBR pile would be the thing. Within the first couple of chapters, I thought that there was a lot of info dumping going on, and a lot of narration to describe the characters, their history, and their thoughts. I was not impressed since it caused the story to start off slowly.
The premise of the book was somewhat over the top and silly, and the constant popping up of obstacles to the eventual HEA was exasperating and lengthened the story unnecessarily. While the grammar was solid and the book was fortunately free of egregious misspellings and typos for an e-book , the language was alternately flowery and crude, such as in Bay's letters to Deborah, and didn't seem "period".
While spinster, lonely and boring Charlotte Fallon might have considered them romantic, I did not. The frequency of the sex scenes and the crude terms to describe them was not a plus for me. I couldn't really relate to any of the characters, and didn't feel involved with them. Bay's letters to Deborah did not give me an initial, good impression of Bay; he seemed gullible and hardly a hero type.
As another reviewer noted, she was dishonest especially with herself - and that annoyed me a lot, particularly in the first half of the book. While she kept on going on about being a respectable woman, she all too readily fell into bed with Bay, which lowered my opinion of her since she talked the talk but didn't walk the walk.
What I did enjoy about this book was the banter between Charlotte and Bay, and the interactions. While initially my impression of Bay wasn't favorable, in retrospect, I appreciate the fact that he did not seem like a typical romance hero. He gets shoved on to his arse a couple of times by Charlotte, gets kidnapped and worse by his ex-wife and later saved by Charlotte - yay!
I appreciate how unlike a traditional romance, certain events occur to Bay that would not normally occur - although, the author did tend to gloss over the severity of the issue. I also appreciate the fact that the heroine is not a perfect, everyone-loves-her type. And Lady Christie's story intrigued me. While I thought the book itself might have normally rated 2 - 2. I ended up with 2 stars anyway because the latter half of the book was a slight improvement over the first half due to what seemed to be a progression in the romance department.
I do not recommend this book to anyone for whom rape of any form is a very sensitive trigger button. Apr 27, Christine Seybolt rated it it was amazing. Then there it was on the day that I was looking for a book that would light a spark and send me into another world for a few short hours. The premise of the story sold me and had me enthralled from the moment I opened the book. Each of these stories stands alone on their own merit. Put them together and it is like a warm ooey-gooey brown Sunday topped off with hot fudge, whipped cream with a cherry on top.
Pure decadence at its best with a well crafted cast that adds creditability to Ms. I am a fanatic when it comes to a brilliant constructed story that gives me characters that I engage with from the moment I read the back of the book. Charlotte Fallon will surprise readers because this spinster has more than a few wicked surprises to put that rogue Michael Bayard in his place. I love, love, love when a bad boy come tumbling down hard and fast when he finds the one woman he cannot live without. The fight to win Charlottes heart had me smiling and rooting for Charlotte to teach this bad boy a very good lesson.
The world of a mistress is not what it is cracked up to be , that is, unless you find someone like Michael Baynard and teaches and tempts you until you are willing to sacrifice your heart, body and soul. God bless Charlotte, she really held out for as long as she could but then cupid popped in, took aim and she was a goner. Take some time to enjoy the plush world of the Courtesan Court and its rich and intelligent residence who give their protectors a run for their money.
Jan 18, Anaiz rated it liked it Shelves: This book starts quickly, Charlotte or Charlie is with her sister Deborah in Bayard's home. Deborah is Bayard's mistress and has decided to run off and get married while taking everything Bayard bought for her of course. Charlie is to wait for Bayard's return and break the news to him.
She has done this before and is weary of the situation so she decides to have a drink and ends up falling asleep in Deborah's bed. She wakes up to find that Bayard has returned and has confused her wi 3. She wakes up to find that Bayard has returned and has confused her with her sister What a great set up! I thought this was pretty funny, I was smiling like crazy while reading. She tries to tell him but her body has other ideas and she gives in to desire.
Afterwards she goes into "spinster mode" again and tells him where Deborah has gone and who she is I should mention that the two sisters look a lot alike but Bayard refuses to let her go. Why you may ask? Well it seems that Deborah in her haste to pack up and leave has taken a family heirloom that had once belonged to his recently deceased grandmother whom he had adored and the necklace was priceless.
No she simply cannot go, she will stay until he gets his necklace back, afterall what if Charlie was in on this heist? I loved the interactions between these two, she is an anti-scandalous spinster who has cats and wears ugly caps on her beautiful hair and he is a bachelor who owns a house on a infamous street where mistresses are kept. Definitely worthwhile for us all to think about how we handle mistakes. May 18, Emily rated it really liked it Shelves: In the beginning of Better By Mistake , Ms.
That doesn't necessarily mean that the mistakes themselves are good, but their aftermath—tracing back why we made them and what we learned from them—can be very helpful in avoiding mistakes in the future. Or expend so much energy justifying bad decisions? Tugend points out that this is particularly evident in our society's work environment. They say they encourage risk taking and innovation, but in reality, they don't. And because of this, companies—and employees—fail to uncover systemic problems that may be leading to the errors.
Another benefit of making mistakes is learning about differences. When we discover these differences, we have to slightly rearrange our way of thinking—not everybody is like us. Since we were little, we've been taught that if you make a mistake that hurts another person, you should say sorry, so Ms. Tugend also addresses the art of the apology. Tugend encourages a simple shift in how we handle mistakes, starting with young children: If you'd like to learn more about leveraging your mistakes into improvements — which hopefully, most of us would — Better By Mistake is an excellent step toward that end.
For more book reviews, come visit my blog, Build Enough Bookshelves. While this book might be categorized as self-help, I found it to be more than that and thought provoking as well. Journalist Alina Tugend examines what it means to make mistakes, how we pay for it and the hypocritical nature of our society when it comes to learning from them. For more reviews and bookish thoughts please visit: Dec 01, Stewart rated it liked it. The Unexpected Benefits of Being Wrong," published in Schulz's book I think is the best, in that it is wider ranging, more philosophical, and focuses on beliefs, the genesis of our mistakes.
However, Hallinan's and Tugend's books are worthwhile even if they overla After enjoying the book "Being Wrong" by Kathryn Schulz this spring, I have subsequently read two other books on mistakes and error, "Why We Make Mistakes" by Joseph T. However, Hallinan's and Tugend's books are worthwhile even if they overlap a bit with each other's books and Schulz's.
She writes that how children view their talents and the ability to improve them through hard work has a lot to do with how they act after they've made mistakes. If children believe that success is the result of fixed innate talents, they are likely to give up after making errors. Resiliency is important for children -- and adults. And that is why, while they shouldn't fail all the time, they must fail sometimes. In a later chapter, she postulates that men and women are socialized to react differently to making mistakes. The last chapter looks at apologies, when we should make them and how.
She notes that many "apologies" are anything but. Dec 21, Gwendoline Van rated it liked it. Better By Mistake provides an interesting glimpse into the art of the mistake from a cultural, sociological, and gender perspective. She speaks about how devastating and self-sabotaging it is for cultures--company or national--who see mistakes as character weaknesses instead of opportunities for growth.
Interestingly, she showcases how the more female-dominant way of taking on mistakes so personally and promoting peace and learning via collaboration is really a reflection of the language of subj Better By Mistake provides an interesting glimpse into the art of the mistake from a cultural, sociological, and gender perspective. Interestingly, she showcases how the more female-dominant way of taking on mistakes so personally and promoting peace and learning via collaboration is really a reflection of the language of subjugation.
It was fascinating--and somewhat alarming--to realize that what I'd always prided myself on--working around problems, bringing people together, indirectly getting what I wanted--aren't necessarily positive attributes. Instead, they're the legacy of having been the second class sex for millennia.
The last and final point I appreciated from Alina's book was the point about accountability and responsibility. After a mistake, it's important to apologize. Apologies, however, are not all created equal. Those that go beyond saying, "I'm sorry," to showing true accountability and responsibility for one's behavior help establish better interpersonal relationships and yield in greater change moving forward.
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Taking accountability and responsibility for mistakes is how we stop them from happening again--as opposed to our current cultural model who is so fearful of lawsuits, it denies, denies, denies and robs us of the potential for restitching our social fabric positively. Nov 25, Mary rated it liked it Shelves: The premise is that we are told as children that we grow through mistakes, but overtime become convinced that mistakes are terrible, crushing events.
Focuses mostly on medicine, business and--strangely traditional for pop psychology--aviation. On the contrary, they should be cultivated and carefully investigated" qt Lehrer With technology "what once would have been a blooper that lived for a few days and died can no resonate far beyond its natural l The premise is that we are told as children that we grow through mistakes, but overtime become convinced that mistakes are terrible, crushing events.
With technology "what once would have been a blooper that lived for a few days and died can no resonate far beyond its natural life" Experienced managers may become so good at the game they're used to playing that they no longer see ways to improve significantly. They may need to make deliberate mistakes to test the limits of their knowledge" Qtd Schoemkare and Gunther 81 "single loop" feedback which compares against a standard and either passes or fails and "double loop" which questions the standard itself 3 classes of human error: Jul 18, Mike Klein rated it liked it.
A well written book that suffers from the relatively common "too many chapters" syndrome. Her point is valid and important, mistakes are valuable potential learning experiences, and if we get into mistake denial mode we have lost that potential experience. The author writes a great narrative that sometimes feels more like an autobiography than a study of mistakes. While it is valuable to know that someone profited from her research, it felt like it weakened the narrative overall.
Recommended but t A well written book that suffers from the relatively common "too many chapters" syndrome.
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Recommended but there may be better resources out there. The other books referenced by the author for example. Nov 02, Lenny Husen rated it liked it.
There were some excellent chapters and this is a good effort on this subject. Would recommend it to anyone who is a perfectionist. Some chapters were quite dull, or covered better in other books such as the chapter on medical errors and errors in aviation.
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My main criticism is that the book lacked humor and it was a bit dull for that reason. The subject is a good one and would be improved by funny examples. But overall fine and would advise reading a chapter here and there and not trying to re There were some excellent chapters and this is a good effort on this subject. But overall fine and would advise reading a chapter here and there and not trying to read it all in one sitting.
Great chapter on school children and studies about teaching effort versus stressing a high score. Oct 18, Adrienne rated it really liked it. Really, really insightful and informative. However, it got a little repetitive. I skimmed a couple chapters in the middle the medical and aviation chapters.
I do agree with everything she brings forward. We need to re-evaluate how we react to mistakes- our own and others- in order to improve our relationships, abilities, resilience, etc.
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There is a lot more to this book than that: It's not a quick read. I'm not sure I ever read more than a chapter at a Really, really insightful and informative. I'm not sure I ever read more than a chapter at a time. Although, whether that is due to 3 children running around or the actual book is yet to be determined. Aug 07, Amy rated it liked it Shelves: I read this book in an effort to glean some insights into how to make mistakes more comfortable for my daughter so I skipped a few chapters and breezed through some of the rest.
There were many interesting anecdotes and studies but I came away with less than I had hoped for my personal situation. The best info came from the sections on Carol Dweck and mindset which I was a bit familiar with.