A Royal Pain

A Royal Pain A Royal Pain Free Download Author Rhys Bowen Natus Physiotherapy.co.uk 1930s London Poor Lady Georgiana Thirty Fourth In Line To The Throne Has Nothing To Serve Her Bavarian Princess Houseguest, Even Though The Queen Of England Has Requested That She Entertain Her Then There S The Matter Of The Body In The Bookshop And The Princess S Unwitting Involvement With The Communist Party It S Enough To Drive A Girl Mad. Review written May 26, 20164.3 Stars Simply wonderfully cozy 9 hrs mystery fun Book 2My latest reading passion started last fall are all these lighthearted cozy mysteri novels A genre even better as audiobooks I really liked the serial starter, Her Royal Spyness 4.2 , back in January It was with a good feeling I started this second part London June, 1934So much fun to once again meet the Queen s amateur spy Lady Georgie aka Lady Victoria Georgiana Charlotte Eugenie Rannoch, cousin of King George V of England is a unforgettable lovely penniless aristocrat When the Queen ask it s hard to say no But flirting does not come easily to someone brought up in a remote castle with tartan wallpaper in the bathrooms, bagpipes at dawn and men who wear kilts This Rhys Bowen serial could probably be a future favorite of mine Not a lot of hot romance stuff and fuss but with a truly entertaining action packed female chick lit feel du
A fun vacation read I enjoyed the antics in this book Lady Georgie is 34th in line for the throne, but penniless and living in London without an allowance.In this story, she does some maturing in terms of seeing people as equals
, 34 , , 18, , , , , 40 , , , . Another fun cosy mystery with the penniless Lady Georgiana Great Granddaughter of Queen Victoria 34th in line to the throne In this instalment, Georgie has been asked by the Queen to entertain a visiting foreign Princess, who the Queen hopes will catch the eye of the Prince of Wales and turn him away from that dreadful S
Another fun cozy mystery so ably narrated I enjoyed it lovely relaxed listening. A Royal Pain is the second in the Lady Georgiana series by Rhys Bowen In this one, set in Depression era London, Georgie s house cleaning business isn t going that well but she is scraping by, living alone in Rannoch House and eating baked beans and toast One day she is summoned to Buck House by Queen Mary It seems the Queen is very concerned about her son David s inappropriate attachment to that awful American woman , Wallis Simpson, and has decided to try to entice him to a suitable girl Georgie is shocked and much dismayed to hear that the Queen has invited Princess Hannelore of Bavaria to London and that she will be staying with Georgie at Rannoch House Georgie agrees one never says no to Her Majesty and then sets about trying to find a way to get servants to help at Rannoch House and enough money to feed the entourage coming from Bavaria She finds a cook and a butler when she enlists the unlikely help of her Cockney grandfather and his neighbor lady friend, Mrs Huggins, who agree to come to the house and give her a hand The Princess and her companion, Baroness Rottenmeister, show up a few days later and Lady Georgie finds herself with quite a handful in Princess Hanni.As the story unfolds, dead bodies begin piling up and Georgie is once again asked to help sort out what is happening There are Communists and debauched nobility, drugs and wild parties All in all, it s a pretty entertaining story with a decent mystery and of course a little romance as Lady Georgie trys t
1.5 starsOnce again I expected , and once again I find myself dissatisfied It takes forever for the mystery to begin in full force Georgie is repetitive, whiny, and incredibly dense Like the first book, she doesn t really solve anything but gets thrown into the answer by the villain s actions always conveniently at the right time place On top of that, the writing was jarring The choice of words from characters, the incredible articulation of anti communist proponents, and all the haha, Adolph Hitler didn t seem to fit with the plot at all Either this is the 1930s or its not What I disliked the most, however, is the constant bombardment about sex It is a topic of conversation from almost every character and it is very much obnoxious and crude Even minor characters are thrown into awkward and horrible situations In fact, I think I might be done with this series for the near rape scene alone Yet despite the fact that this
What a hysterical and riotous treat this series is turning out to be Had P G Wodehouse ever written mysteries I can see them having felt like this. I simply loved this second installment of the continuing adventures of Lady Georgiana I found much of it hilarious and on audio it is a scream It really comes through with Hanni s German accent and her gangster speak Katherine Hellgren, the narrator does a great job, as usual, with all the accents, it makes it so much fun to listen to I think it really enhances all of it, especially the voices of all the males with their 1930 s cant, like Gussie and poor Tubby It really makes me feel like I m living it up in London s high society in the 1930 s I love this decade My only gripe is the elusive Irishman, Darcy is not as prevalent here as in the first book, but I loved the ending, so it made up for it All in all, this is becoming a favorite series of mine, can t wait t
I give this story and the audiobook narrator 5 stars The voices and different types of characters are done amazingly well I m hooked on the series and have already started book 3

[BOOKS] ⚣ A Royal Pain  Author Rhys Bowen – Jobs-in-kingston.co.uk
  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 307 pages
  • A Royal Pain
  • Rhys Bowen
  • English
  • 17 August 2017
  • 9780425228722