A Perfeição de Fiona

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  • Title: A Perfeição de Fiona
  • Author: Marion Chesney
  • ISBN: 9789892334288
  • Page: 398
  • Format: Paperback
  • As formid veis irm s Tribble est o intrigadas Por um lado, est o contentes por terem nas m os mais uma jovem a quem preparar para a vida na alta sociedade Mas por outro, a sua nova cliente, Fiona Macleod, parece ser tudo menos intrat vel Precisar mesmo da ajuda da Academia de Etiqueta A lind ssima e abastada herdeira escocesa n o tem um nico defeito que se lhe aponteAs formid veis irm s Tribble est o intrigadas Por um lado, est o contentes por terem nas m os mais uma jovem a quem preparar para a vida na alta sociedade Mas por outro, a sua nova cliente, Fiona Macleod, parece ser tudo menos intrat vel Precisar mesmo da ajuda da Academia de Etiqueta A lind ssima e abastada herdeira escocesa n o tem um nico defeito que se lhe aponte educada, graciosa, recatada, e fluente em italiano Infelizmente, aos dezanove anos, ainda n o arranjou marido, e esse o plano de Mr e Mrs Burgess, tios e guardi es de Fiona A nica recomenda o Que ela se mantenha afastada de Lord Peter Harvard.Mas a verdadeira Fiona est prestes a revelar se E escolhe logo o seu primeiro baile para o fazer Namorisca despudoradamente com os seus in meros pretendentes e aborda assuntos proibidos para qualquer jovem que se preze Pois a verdade que Fiona n o tenciona casar se e nem mesmo as aten es de Lord Peter, o solteiro mais cobi ado da sociedade, a far o mudar de ideias Mas quando as discuss es acaloradas entre ambos d o lugar a beijos escaldantes, poss vel que Fiona esteja prestes a reconsiderarNo seguimento de A Educa o de Felicity, A Perfei o de Fiona o segundo volume da aclamada s rie Academia de Etiqueta.

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    1. Esta autora deve ficar como a autora que dou só 3* LOLNão dá para mais Nunca revirei tantos os olhos mas as irmãs são engraçadas. lolMinha opinião:"Ora pois" O livro, a estória A Perfeição de Fiona é o segundo livro da série The School for Manners, em termos gerais a série desenrola-se à volta de duas irmãs de uma certa idade e com poucos recursos, estas resolvem abrir uma escola na sua casa, onde ensinam jovens em idade casadoira que tem um "rótulo" de difíceis, rebeldes ou que [...]

    2. 2.5*Opinião completa em: pepitamagica/2016/Full review: pepitamagica/2016/Que desilusão. Que pena. O primeiro livro desta série foi tão amoroso e…este ficou aquém. ()Effy, uma das irmãs Tribble, sempre foi um pouco irritante para mim. Amy, que é mais bruta, também o era, mas de uma forma mais mitigada devido ao seu carácter forte e resiliente. Neste livro, as irmãs deixam de nos dar aqueles momentos de descontracção e riso que deram no primeiro, mostrando que não basta actos mais [...]

    3. As nossas solteironas da alta sociedade londrina preferidas estão de volta e, mais uma vez, bem próximas da penúriaMarion Chesney oferece-nos um início estimulante - mesmo que contratar os serviços das excêntricas irmãs Trible seja agora sinónimo de admitir ter em mãos uma jovem "difícil", os tios de Fiona não têm alternativa senão arriscar.Assim que Fiona e Peter se cruzam pela primeira vez, ela atrevida e descarada, ele na melhor interpretação do seu papel de libertino, sabemos [...]

    4. 2.5 starsI recently discovered I had Perfecting Fiona my ebook archives and since her books tend to be short, I thought I'd give Marion Chesney another try. I was wary as my first Marion book 'Miss Fiona's Fancy' was a stinker (seriously, don't read it).Perfecting Fiona is thankfully much better and is second in a series featuring the Tribble Sisters' 'School for Manners'. Amy and Effy are well, the most unprofessional professional chaperones in London. In this book, they 'help' the Burgess's ge [...]

    5. Estava a espera de algo bem melhor, faltou romance e mais "fogo", tudo muito morno! Gostei de rever as irmãs Tribble só!

    6. This is the second book of the series. I loved the first one and I still loved this one. I don't think that it is one of the best books in the would, but if you are looking for a light historical romance, this is perfect. The Tribble sisters are funny and it is an enjoyable read. This deserves five stars for me because it really is one of my favorite series to relax from heavier books.

    7. Always a treasure reading Marion Chesney aka M C Beaton.I started reading this author in the early 1970's and am still reading her books.Great writing & excellent plots.Sometimes feels a bit dated (no sex), but these books are many years old.

    8. Since it's a small book I got to read it all in a day but those sisters to be of society do not act very well especially in public I'm afraid there friend Mr Harrod is going to end up with neither of them since he leave the country a lot and that other nasty character should be written off

    9. This installment in the adventures of Amy and Effy wasn't as delightful as the first, but it did introduce somewhat of a villain and that's always fun. Fiona was not feisty and independent like Felicity so I think that dimmed the enjoyment for me a bit. Still, it was entertaining and funny!

    10. Not as good as the first but still lovely characters. And I liked the action was more diverse and had more action points.

    11. This is exact review I wrote for the first book in the series and it still applies:"This is like eating an entire chocolate cream cake! Sexist, almost nothing redeeming, complete twaddle; but the middle-aged Tribble sisters are a riot, and the romantic encounters are so cheesy and contrived that they are just plain fun. A nice quick escape from reality into the romantic regency era."

    12. "Every spinster of fifty, however sensible, has the soul of a seventeen-year-old virgin" p 80. "Perhaps sometimes, to our children, we shall seem a most unsuited couple, but marriage is like life -- exhilarating, dreadful, and often unfair But we shall know through thick and thin that we love each other, and that is all that matters" p 145. From bon ton fine London society, Effy aged into dainty fluffy "delicacy" and twin Amy "middle-aged tall flat figure and enormous hands and feet and the fa [...]

    13. Right after I call formula, something really odd changes. In this book, the Tribbles are either useless and uninformed, or harpooning everyone's desired success. It is hilarious.This time, they are charged with finding a husband for an heiress named Fiona who is already perfect in every way. They are told by her guardians (who beat her) that she has scared away a number of suitors, and it just can't go on anymore. They're in charge of her money until she marries or reaches her majority, and fear [...]

    14. Bravo to the author, for writing a delightful sequel (something I usually don't find). To this point the spinsters sisters are dear to me. Original Amy, with her impulsiveness (her foul language!) and Pretty Effy with her coquettish manners (at her 50's!). This book may be more focused on them, which I liked very much. One faux pas after another: Amy singing and dressing as a man; Effy thinking herself in love with the young Mr Callghan (and both being still rivals in love for Mr Haddon). Effy's [...]

    15. Posso dizer que a história não me encheu as medidas. Fiquei desapontada, a heroina Fiona, não se enquadra em nada com a descrição de menina difícil que as Tribble têm por hábito de educar. Fiona é uma boa menina que sem se aperceber cai de amores por um partido considerado inadequado pela sua fama de libertino, Lord Peter Harvard.As irmãs Tribble depressa esgotaram o dinheiro que conseguiram com a “educação” da jovem anterior e o seu casamento. Por isso depressa se vêem a braço [...]

    16. I remember reading a slew of Marion Chesney novels when my children were very young. They were just the right kind of light, mindless entertainment that I needed at the time. I had to read things that were very put-downable books that would not consume me. My free time to read was very limited.Basically, all of the books in any given Marion Chesney series were the same book. She had a formula, and stuck to it. She changed names, places and circumstances, but the basic plots remained identical. T [...]

    17. The book tells the story of a heiress called Fiona who is afraid of marriage due to her encounters of dysfunctional marriages especially that of her mother and father who were always quarrelling and slept in separate bed chambers. Both her parents are dead and she is raise by her aunt, Mrs Burgess.She has lied to all her previous suitors by making up stories to get out of marriage, from not being a virgin to having galloping feverFor this her aunt and uncle have beaten her with birch as a way to [...]

    18. Review - I didn't like Perfecting Fiona as much as I did Refining Felicity. I just preferred the characters and the storyline of the latter. Beaton's writing is probably more historically accurate than, for example, that of Julia Quinn or Stephanie Laurens, who write more erotica in the Regency period, but I actually prefer that of Quinn or Laurens, possibly because they're not always very historically accurate. A good read, nonetheless. I did like Fiona as a character and it's nice to see a nov [...]

    19. The Tribbles are back with a new charge, Miss Fiona Macleod a Scottish heiress sent by her aunt and uncle to the Tribbles because she's sent every suitor running. The Tribbles find Fiona charming as does Lord Peter Havard, a notorious rake. The Tribbles try to push Fiona into marriage but not with Lord Peter, who is entirely unsuitable. Fiona has her own ideas about marriage and plots to keep the gentlemen away. Meanwhile, Effy and Amy Tribble hold out hope of romance of their own and the dastar [...]

    20. Beaton's humour is always a delight. Effy and her twin sister Amy's School of Manners is the place to go when one has an unmarriageable young lady to launch into society. Fiona is convinced she doesn't want to marry - her fear, birthed seeing her parents' own lives. Now she lies to each man who proposes until she has been left with the Tribble sisters. But love is just around the corner, and Fiona finally realises what passion is all about.I loved Lord Peter. He is one of Beaton's typical heroes [...]

    21. This is a series of six books and my review for all six of them is the same. It is an enjoyable series about two twin sisters in their 50s who are part of the poor gentry in London. To be able to survive, they start a School for Manners, in which they take young women who are not yet married and try to get them married in a successful manner. The girls have many reasons for not being married: tomboy, clumsy, unrefined, too independent, etc.It is fun following the sisters (who long to be married [...]

    22. This book was a bit harder for me to get into because I felt like the author spent a little too much time building up the mystery of why Fiona never gets engaged. I didn't need all that to be curious. I ended up liking the characters better than the ones in the previous book in some ways though, and I definitely liked the build of their romance better. It was also interesting to me how this one had a little bit less satire, and a bit more description of the society and customs of the day. I real [...]

    23. Esses livros das velhotas Tribble são mais engraçadinhos e bobinhos do que qualquer outra coisa. As duas irmãs solteironas agora pegam a missão impossível de casar a Fiona, que parece ter uma aversão ao casamento faz com que os pretendentes fujam correndo assim que se veem sozinhos com ela, o que tem aborrecido os tios, que querem livrar do encargo de criar a sobrinha orfã o mais rapidamente possivel. A aversão de Fiona ao casamento cria várias situações engraçadas com os pretendente [...]

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