Winning Miss Winthrop (Regency Brides: A Promise of Hope #1)

Winning Miss Winthrop (Regency Brides: A Promise of Hope #1)

Catherine Winthrop has cried out to God too many times to count. Years ago, the man who stole her heart rejected her--and she's never recovered. Now tragedy has brought him back into her life. This time it isn't her heart he's taking, it's her home and her family's good name--and she has no one to share her grief. Jonathan Carlew's life may look enviable from the outside--w Catherine Winthrop has cried out to God too many times to count. Years ago, the man who stole her heart rejected her-...

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Title:Winning Miss Winthrop (Regency Brides: A Promise of Hope #1)
Author:Carolyn Miller
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Number of Pages:320 pages pages

Winning Miss Winthrop (Regency Brides: A Promise of Hope #1) Reviews

  • Dee/ bookworm
    Apr 06, 2018

    What a beautifully written story! If you like Jane Austen's "Persuasion," you will love "Winning Miss Winthrop!" "Winning Miss Winthrop" is the first book in a new series called "Regency Brides: A Promise of Hope." Ms. Miller writes a great story filled with a lot of faith content....

    Before I finished Carolyn Miller?s book and read the author?s note, I saw echoes of Jane Austen in Winning Miss Winthrop?especially Persuasion in the first three quarters and a little Pride & Prejudice in the final pages. Yet Miller?s story is original and engaging (and ...

    Carolyn Miller never fails to stir my heart with her engaging Regency novels, and she has done it again with Winning Miss Winthrop. This delightful story has just right blend of family drama, faith, romance, and redemption. Separated by a heartbreaking misunderstanding in the past, Cat...

    "How could she bless others when God had removed all blessings from her?" Carolyn Miller's debut novel last year, The Elusive Miss Ellison, proved to this reader that she could do a Regency well indeed. My opinion has only been solidified with each successive book. I love a good Reg...

    Since reading Ms. Miller's first book, what has struck me as refreshing is her characters' integrity. They are never portrayed as perfect or unapproachable, but there is a noble air to them which is very much appreciated. It also, many times, sets the pace of the plot as the characters...

    When I first discovered Jane Austen, I was a young lady just beginning life. I adored Pride and Prejudice and longed for the day when my very own Darcy would appear. But as I have matured, and yes, found my own Darcy, I have learned to appreciate and sigh for those who need a second ch...

    Love love and love!! This is one of those stories where you feel that it was written just for you, I felt everything that Catherine felt, from anger to sadness to hope. What a wonderful reminder that sometimes the very circumstances that we think are going to break us can actually be t...

    Originally posted on Reveries Reviews. Title: Winning Miss Winthrop Author: Carolyn Miller Series: Regency Brides: Promise of Hope, #1 Genre: Christian Historical Romance Era: Regency Setting: English countryside, Bath Publisher: Kregel Publications Source: from...

    Persuasion is not my favourite Jane Austen novel. I find it frustrating, because the problems faced by the hero and heroine could be solved by one simple conversation. Unfortunately, Jane Austen lived in a society where men and women were unable to speak plainly to each other. That mea...

    Winning Miss Winthrop by Carolyn Miller With flowing prose true to the Regency time period, Carolyn Miller pens a tome in the vein of Jane Austen. Set in Gloucestershire and Bath, England in 1816, this novel is reminiscent of Persuasion with it?s estranged hero and heroine. A sec...

    3.5 stars I would like to thank netgalley and Kregel Publications for the opportunity to read this book. Catherine's father dies leaving her and her mother to move out of their comfortable home and into a small cottage to make room for Tue new Lord Winthrop. Jonathan inherits t...

    It was a great story, I just wish there was more interaction between the 2 MC's. ...

    Exquisite! Carolyn Miller's beautiful prose conveys her readers to the world of Regency England filled with rich historical detail and charm. As a fan of all things pertaining to Jane Austen, I was thrilled when I read Miller's debut novel. Oh, to have beautiful stories in the grand tr...

    ?You have always, and will always, live within my heart?: ... My thoughts in a word? #Beautiful <3 Winning Miss Winthrop is Carolyn Miller 's fourth Regency and first in the new series "Regency Brides: A Promise of Hope". Those who have read Carolyn's earlier book...

    Every book by this author hits just the right note. They fit so nicely into the Regency time period without ever feeling that they are modern characters placed into a historical setting. In fact, the basis of the story wouldn't have happened in current times. I am not generally a fan o...

    Full review on Faithfully Bookish In a delightful Downton Abbey meets Pride and Prejudice mashup, Miller weaves a story with everything we love about Lizzie Bennet and Mr. Darcy in a Matthew and Mary Crawley-esque drama with rich layers and depth! Catherine Winthrop is a simply e...

    I have loved all of Carolyn Miller?s books and this one was no exception. I was captivated from the very start. My heart was carried along with Catherine?s as she struggled to let go of the past, find peace in God, and accept all He had for her. I loved that the hero, Jonathan, was...

    Travel back in time to the Regency Era where Miss Winthrop?s Story is brought to life by the skilled penmanship of Carolyn Miller. Visit Gloucestershire and Bath where the sights and sounds are brought to life and you can envision the Balls. This is a page turner that has you identif...

    Catherine and Jonathan are a perfect example of what happens when we do not communicate and make assumptions. It was great reconnecting with previous characters and viewing them with the new relationships. One of the things I love about Carolyn's stories is that the relationships are n...

    "Winning Miss Winthrop" is a Christian romance set in 1816 England. I prefer romances where the main characters are better people for having met each other, and this author's previous books have had this. However, I can only describe these main characters as becoming worse people from ...

    I started reading this book during my work week and had a bit of trouble really getting into it. I'm going to blame that on both life and the book itself. Life kept interfering with my reading time and the author writes for this time period so well that it took me a bit to settle in an...

    This first book in a new series by Carolyn Miller brings back beloved characters from the first series and also introduces some new characters that have their own appeal. Catherine Winthrop knows what it is like to have loved and lost a good man. She thought he loved her too, but one...

    Author Carolyn Miller has once again written a wonderful Regency drama that is full of intriguing characters, thought-provoking situations, and the underlying theme of grace and forgiveness. 'Winning Miss Winthrop' is set around Bath and Gloucestershire in 1816 during the time when soc...

    #WinningMissWinthrop #NetGalley publisher synopsis: Catherine Winthrop has cried out to God too many times to count. Years ago, the man who stole her heart rejected her--and she's never recovered. Now tragedy has brought him back into her life. This time it isn't her heart he's taki...

  • Debbie
    Mar 02, 2018

    What a beautifully written story! If you like Jane Austen's "Persuasion," you will love "Winning Miss Winthrop!" "Winning Miss Winthrop" is the first book in a new series called "Regency Brides: A Promise of Hope." Ms. Miller writes a great story filled with a lot of faith content....

    Before I finished Carolyn Miller?s book and read the author?s note, I saw echoes of Jane Austen in Winning Miss Winthrop?especially Persuasion in the first three quarters and a little Pride & Prejudice in the final pages. Yet Miller?s story is original and engaging (and ...

    Carolyn Miller never fails to stir my heart with her engaging Regency novels, and she has done it again with Winning Miss Winthrop. This delightful story has just right blend of family drama, faith, romance, and redemption. Separated by a heartbreaking misunderstanding in the past, Cat...

    "How could she bless others when God had removed all blessings from her?" Carolyn Miller's debut novel last year, The Elusive Miss Ellison, proved to this reader that she could do a Regency well indeed. My opinion has only been solidified with each successive book. I love a good Reg...

    Since reading Ms. Miller's first book, what has struck me as refreshing is her characters' integrity. They are never portrayed as perfect or unapproachable, but there is a noble air to them which is very much appreciated. It also, many times, sets the pace of the plot as the characters...

    When I first discovered Jane Austen, I was a young lady just beginning life. I adored Pride and Prejudice and longed for the day when my very own Darcy would appear. But as I have matured, and yes, found my own Darcy, I have learned to appreciate and sigh for those who need a second ch...

    Love love and love!! This is one of those stories where you feel that it was written just for you, I felt everything that Catherine felt, from anger to sadness to hope. What a wonderful reminder that sometimes the very circumstances that we think are going to break us can actually be t...

    Originally posted on Reveries Reviews. Title: Winning Miss Winthrop Author: Carolyn Miller Series: Regency Brides: Promise of Hope, #1 Genre: Christian Historical Romance Era: Regency Setting: English countryside, Bath Publisher: Kregel Publications Source: from...

    Persuasion is not my favourite Jane Austen novel. I find it frustrating, because the problems faced by the hero and heroine could be solved by one simple conversation. Unfortunately, Jane Austen lived in a society where men and women were unable to speak plainly to each other. That mea...

    Winning Miss Winthrop by Carolyn Miller With flowing prose true to the Regency time period, Carolyn Miller pens a tome in the vein of Jane Austen. Set in Gloucestershire and Bath, England in 1816, this novel is reminiscent of Persuasion with it?s estranged hero and heroine. A sec...

    3.5 stars I would like to thank netgalley and Kregel Publications for the opportunity to read this book. Catherine's father dies leaving her and her mother to move out of their comfortable home and into a small cottage to make room for Tue new Lord Winthrop. Jonathan inherits t...

    It was a great story, I just wish there was more interaction between the 2 MC's. ...

    Exquisite! Carolyn Miller's beautiful prose conveys her readers to the world of Regency England filled with rich historical detail and charm. As a fan of all things pertaining to Jane Austen, I was thrilled when I read Miller's debut novel. Oh, to have beautiful stories in the grand tr...

    ?You have always, and will always, live within my heart?: ... My thoughts in a word? #Beautiful <3 Winning Miss Winthrop is Carolyn Miller 's fourth Regency and first in the new series "Regency Brides: A Promise of Hope". Those who have read Carolyn's earlier book...

    Every book by this author hits just the right note. They fit so nicely into the Regency time period without ever feeling that they are modern characters placed into a historical setting. In fact, the basis of the story wouldn't have happened in current times. I am not generally a fan o...

    Full review on Faithfully Bookish In a delightful Downton Abbey meets Pride and Prejudice mashup, Miller weaves a story with everything we love about Lizzie Bennet and Mr. Darcy in a Matthew and Mary Crawley-esque drama with rich layers and depth! Catherine Winthrop is a simply e...

    I have loved all of Carolyn Miller?s books and this one was no exception. I was captivated from the very start. My heart was carried along with Catherine?s as she struggled to let go of the past, find peace in God, and accept all He had for her. I loved that the hero, Jonathan, was...

    Travel back in time to the Regency Era where Miss Winthrop?s Story is brought to life by the skilled penmanship of Carolyn Miller. Visit Gloucestershire and Bath where the sights and sounds are brought to life and you can envision the Balls. This is a page turner that has you identif...

    Catherine and Jonathan are a perfect example of what happens when we do not communicate and make assumptions. It was great reconnecting with previous characters and viewing them with the new relationships. One of the things I love about Carolyn's stories is that the relationships are n...

    "Winning Miss Winthrop" is a Christian romance set in 1816 England. I prefer romances where the main characters are better people for having met each other, and this author's previous books have had this. However, I can only describe these main characters as becoming worse people from ...

  • Iola
    May 10, 2018

    What a beautifully written story! If you like Jane Austen's "Persuasion," you will love "Winning Miss Winthrop!" "Winning Miss Winthrop" is the first book in a new series called "Regency Brides: A Promise of Hope." Ms. Miller writes a great story filled with a lot of faith content....

    Before I finished Carolyn Miller?s book and read the author?s note, I saw echoes of Jane Austen in Winning Miss Winthrop?especially Persuasion in the first three quarters and a little Pride & Prejudice in the final pages. Yet Miller?s story is original and engaging (and ...

    Carolyn Miller never fails to stir my heart with her engaging Regency novels, and she has done it again with Winning Miss Winthrop. This delightful story has just right blend of family drama, faith, romance, and redemption. Separated by a heartbreaking misunderstanding in the past, Cat...

    "How could she bless others when God had removed all blessings from her?" Carolyn Miller's debut novel last year, The Elusive Miss Ellison, proved to this reader that she could do a Regency well indeed. My opinion has only been solidified with each successive book. I love a good Reg...

    Since reading Ms. Miller's first book, what has struck me as refreshing is her characters' integrity. They are never portrayed as perfect or unapproachable, but there is a noble air to them which is very much appreciated. It also, many times, sets the pace of the plot as the characters...

    When I first discovered Jane Austen, I was a young lady just beginning life. I adored Pride and Prejudice and longed for the day when my very own Darcy would appear. But as I have matured, and yes, found my own Darcy, I have learned to appreciate and sigh for those who need a second ch...

    Love love and love!! This is one of those stories where you feel that it was written just for you, I felt everything that Catherine felt, from anger to sadness to hope. What a wonderful reminder that sometimes the very circumstances that we think are going to break us can actually be t...

    Originally posted on Reveries Reviews. Title: Winning Miss Winthrop Author: Carolyn Miller Series: Regency Brides: Promise of Hope, #1 Genre: Christian Historical Romance Era: Regency Setting: English countryside, Bath Publisher: Kregel Publications Source: from...

    Persuasion is not my favourite Jane Austen novel. I find it frustrating, because the problems faced by the hero and heroine could be solved by one simple conversation. Unfortunately, Jane Austen lived in a society where men and women were unable to speak plainly to each other. That mea...

  • Carrie Turansky
    Mar 31, 2018

    What a beautifully written story! If you like Jane Austen's "Persuasion," you will love "Winning Miss Winthrop!" "Winning Miss Winthrop" is the first book in a new series called "Regency Brides: A Promise of Hope." Ms. Miller writes a great story filled with a lot of faith content....

    Before I finished Carolyn Miller?s book and read the author?s note, I saw echoes of Jane Austen in Winning Miss Winthrop?especially Persuasion in the first three quarters and a little Pride & Prejudice in the final pages. Yet Miller?s story is original and engaging (and ...

    Carolyn Miller never fails to stir my heart with her engaging Regency novels, and she has done it again with Winning Miss Winthrop. This delightful story has just right blend of family drama, faith, romance, and redemption. Separated by a heartbreaking misunderstanding in the past, Cat...

  • Connie Saunders
    Mar 25, 2018

    What a beautifully written story! If you like Jane Austen's "Persuasion," you will love "Winning Miss Winthrop!" "Winning Miss Winthrop" is the first book in a new series called "Regency Brides: A Promise of Hope." Ms. Miller writes a great story filled with a lot of faith content....

    Before I finished Carolyn Miller?s book and read the author?s note, I saw echoes of Jane Austen in Winning Miss Winthrop?especially Persuasion in the first three quarters and a little Pride & Prejudice in the final pages. Yet Miller?s story is original and engaging (and ...

    Carolyn Miller never fails to stir my heart with her engaging Regency novels, and she has done it again with Winning Miss Winthrop. This delightful story has just right blend of family drama, faith, romance, and redemption. Separated by a heartbreaking misunderstanding in the past, Cat...

    "How could she bless others when God had removed all blessings from her?" Carolyn Miller's debut novel last year, The Elusive Miss Ellison, proved to this reader that she could do a Regency well indeed. My opinion has only been solidified with each successive book. I love a good Reg...

    Since reading Ms. Miller's first book, what has struck me as refreshing is her characters' integrity. They are never portrayed as perfect or unapproachable, but there is a noble air to them which is very much appreciated. It also, many times, sets the pace of the plot as the characters...

    When I first discovered Jane Austen, I was a young lady just beginning life. I adored Pride and Prejudice and longed for the day when my very own Darcy would appear. But as I have matured, and yes, found my own Darcy, I have learned to appreciate and sigh for those who need a second ch...

    Love love and love!! This is one of those stories where you feel that it was written just for you, I felt everything that Catherine felt, from anger to sadness to hope. What a wonderful reminder that sometimes the very circumstances that we think are going to break us can actually be t...

    Originally posted on Reveries Reviews. Title: Winning Miss Winthrop Author: Carolyn Miller Series: Regency Brides: Promise of Hope, #1 Genre: Christian Historical Romance Era: Regency Setting: English countryside, Bath Publisher: Kregel Publications Source: from...

    Persuasion is not my favourite Jane Austen novel. I find it frustrating, because the problems faced by the hero and heroine could be solved by one simple conversation. Unfortunately, Jane Austen lived in a society where men and women were unable to speak plainly to each other. That mea...

    Winning Miss Winthrop by Carolyn Miller With flowing prose true to the Regency time period, Carolyn Miller pens a tome in the vein of Jane Austen. Set in Gloucestershire and Bath, England in 1816, this novel is reminiscent of Persuasion with it?s estranged hero and heroine. A sec...

    3.5 stars I would like to thank netgalley and Kregel Publications for the opportunity to read this book. Catherine's father dies leaving her and her mother to move out of their comfortable home and into a small cottage to make room for Tue new Lord Winthrop. Jonathan inherits t...

    It was a great story, I just wish there was more interaction between the 2 MC's. ...

    Exquisite! Carolyn Miller's beautiful prose conveys her readers to the world of Regency England filled with rich historical detail and charm. As a fan of all things pertaining to Jane Austen, I was thrilled when I read Miller's debut novel. Oh, to have beautiful stories in the grand tr...

    ?You have always, and will always, live within my heart?: ... My thoughts in a word? #Beautiful <3 Winning Miss Winthrop is Carolyn Miller 's fourth Regency and first in the new series "Regency Brides: A Promise of Hope". Those who have read Carolyn's earlier book...

    Every book by this author hits just the right note. They fit so nicely into the Regency time period without ever feeling that they are modern characters placed into a historical setting. In fact, the basis of the story wouldn't have happened in current times. I am not generally a fan o...

    Full review on Faithfully Bookish In a delightful Downton Abbey meets Pride and Prejudice mashup, Miller weaves a story with everything we love about Lizzie Bennet and Mr. Darcy in a Matthew and Mary Crawley-esque drama with rich layers and depth! Catherine Winthrop is a simply e...

    I have loved all of Carolyn Miller?s books and this one was no exception. I was captivated from the very start. My heart was carried along with Catherine?s as she struggled to let go of the past, find peace in God, and accept all He had for her. I loved that the hero, Jonathan, was...

    Travel back in time to the Regency Era where Miss Winthrop?s Story is brought to life by the skilled penmanship of Carolyn Miller. Visit Gloucestershire and Bath where the sights and sounds are brought to life and you can envision the Balls. This is a page turner that has you identif...

    Catherine and Jonathan are a perfect example of what happens when we do not communicate and make assumptions. It was great reconnecting with previous characters and viewing them with the new relationships. One of the things I love about Carolyn's stories is that the relationships are n...

    "Winning Miss Winthrop" is a Christian romance set in 1816 England. I prefer romances where the main characters are better people for having met each other, and this author's previous books have had this. However, I can only describe these main characters as becoming worse people from ...

    I started reading this book during my work week and had a bit of trouble really getting into it. I'm going to blame that on both life and the book itself. Life kept interfering with my reading time and the author writes for this time period so well that it took me a bit to settle in an...

    This first book in a new series by Carolyn Miller brings back beloved characters from the first series and also introduces some new characters that have their own appeal. Catherine Winthrop knows what it is like to have loved and lost a good man. She thought he loved her too, but one...

    Author Carolyn Miller has once again written a wonderful Regency drama that is full of intriguing characters, thought-provoking situations, and the underlying theme of grace and forgiveness. 'Winning Miss Winthrop' is set around Bath and Gloucestershire in 1816 during the time when soc...

  • Megan
    Mar 24, 2018

    What a beautifully written story! If you like Jane Austen's "Persuasion," you will love "Winning Miss Winthrop!" "Winning Miss Winthrop" is the first book in a new series called "Regency Brides: A Promise of Hope." Ms. Miller writes a great story filled with a lot of faith content....

  • Susan Snodgrass
    Mar 11, 2018

    What a beautifully written story! If you like Jane Austen's "Persuasion," you will love "Winning Miss Winthrop!" "Winning Miss Winthrop" is the first book in a new series called "Regency Brides: A Promise of Hope." Ms. Miller writes a great story filled with a lot of faith content....

    Before I finished Carolyn Miller?s book and read the author?s note, I saw echoes of Jane Austen in Winning Miss Winthrop?especially Persuasion in the first three quarters and a little Pride & Prejudice in the final pages. Yet Miller?s story is original and engaging (and ...

    Carolyn Miller never fails to stir my heart with her engaging Regency novels, and she has done it again with Winning Miss Winthrop. This delightful story has just right blend of family drama, faith, romance, and redemption. Separated by a heartbreaking misunderstanding in the past, Cat...

    "How could she bless others when God had removed all blessings from her?" Carolyn Miller's debut novel last year, The Elusive Miss Ellison, proved to this reader that she could do a Regency well indeed. My opinion has only been solidified with each successive book. I love a good Reg...

  • Clara
    Feb 05, 2018

    What a beautifully written story! If you like Jane Austen's "Persuasion," you will love "Winning Miss Winthrop!" "Winning Miss Winthrop" is the first book in a new series called "Regency Brides: A Promise of Hope." Ms. Miller writes a great story filled with a lot of faith content....

    Before I finished Carolyn Miller?s book and read the author?s note, I saw echoes of Jane Austen in Winning Miss Winthrop?especially Persuasion in the first three quarters and a little Pride & Prejudice in the final pages. Yet Miller?s story is original and engaging (and ...

    Carolyn Miller never fails to stir my heart with her engaging Regency novels, and she has done it again with Winning Miss Winthrop. This delightful story has just right blend of family drama, faith, romance, and redemption. Separated by a heartbreaking misunderstanding in the past, Cat...

    "How could she bless others when God had removed all blessings from her?" Carolyn Miller's debut novel last year, The Elusive Miss Ellison, proved to this reader that she could do a Regency well indeed. My opinion has only been solidified with each successive book. I love a good Reg...

    Since reading Ms. Miller's first book, what has struck me as refreshing is her characters' integrity. They are never portrayed as perfect or unapproachable, but there is a noble air to them which is very much appreciated. It also, many times, sets the pace of the plot as the characters...

  • Suzie
    Mar 19, 2018

    What a beautifully written story! If you like Jane Austen's "Persuasion," you will love "Winning Miss Winthrop!" "Winning Miss Winthrop" is the first book in a new series called "Regency Brides: A Promise of Hope." Ms. Miller writes a great story filled with a lot of faith content....

    Before I finished Carolyn Miller?s book and read the author?s note, I saw echoes of Jane Austen in Winning Miss Winthrop?especially Persuasion in the first three quarters and a little Pride & Prejudice in the final pages. Yet Miller?s story is original and engaging (and ...

  • Joan
    Mar 27, 2018

    What a beautifully written story! If you like Jane Austen's "Persuasion," you will love "Winning Miss Winthrop!" "Winning Miss Winthrop" is the first book in a new series called "Regency Brides: A Promise of Hope." Ms. Miller writes a great story filled with a lot of faith content....

    Before I finished Carolyn Miller?s book and read the author?s note, I saw echoes of Jane Austen in Winning Miss Winthrop?especially Persuasion in the first three quarters and a little Pride & Prejudice in the final pages. Yet Miller?s story is original and engaging (and ...

    Carolyn Miller never fails to stir my heart with her engaging Regency novels, and she has done it again with Winning Miss Winthrop. This delightful story has just right blend of family drama, faith, romance, and redemption. Separated by a heartbreaking misunderstanding in the past, Cat...

    "How could she bless others when God had removed all blessings from her?" Carolyn Miller's debut novel last year, The Elusive Miss Ellison, proved to this reader that she could do a Regency well indeed. My opinion has only been solidified with each successive book. I love a good Reg...

    Since reading Ms. Miller's first book, what has struck me as refreshing is her characters' integrity. They are never portrayed as perfect or unapproachable, but there is a noble air to them which is very much appreciated. It also, many times, sets the pace of the plot as the characters...

    When I first discovered Jane Austen, I was a young lady just beginning life. I adored Pride and Prejudice and longed for the day when my very own Darcy would appear. But as I have matured, and yes, found my own Darcy, I have learned to appreciate and sigh for those who need a second ch...

    Love love and love!! This is one of those stories where you feel that it was written just for you, I felt everything that Catherine felt, from anger to sadness to hope. What a wonderful reminder that sometimes the very circumstances that we think are going to break us can actually be t...

    Originally posted on Reveries Reviews. Title: Winning Miss Winthrop Author: Carolyn Miller Series: Regency Brides: Promise of Hope, #1 Genre: Christian Historical Romance Era: Regency Setting: English countryside, Bath Publisher: Kregel Publications Source: from...

    Persuasion is not my favourite Jane Austen novel. I find it frustrating, because the problems faced by the hero and heroine could be solved by one simple conversation. Unfortunately, Jane Austen lived in a society where men and women were unable to speak plainly to each other. That mea...

    Winning Miss Winthrop by Carolyn Miller With flowing prose true to the Regency time period, Carolyn Miller pens a tome in the vein of Jane Austen. Set in Gloucestershire and Bath, England in 1816, this novel is reminiscent of Persuasion with it?s estranged hero and heroine. A sec...

    3.5 stars I would like to thank netgalley and Kregel Publications for the opportunity to read this book. Catherine's father dies leaving her and her mother to move out of their comfortable home and into a small cottage to make room for Tue new Lord Winthrop. Jonathan inherits t...

    It was a great story, I just wish there was more interaction between the 2 MC's. ...

    Exquisite! Carolyn Miller's beautiful prose conveys her readers to the world of Regency England filled with rich historical detail and charm. As a fan of all things pertaining to Jane Austen, I was thrilled when I read Miller's debut novel. Oh, to have beautiful stories in the grand tr...

    ?You have always, and will always, live within my heart?: ... My thoughts in a word? #Beautiful <3 Winning Miss Winthrop is Carolyn Miller 's fourth Regency and first in the new series "Regency Brides: A Promise of Hope". Those who have read Carolyn's earlier book...

    Every book by this author hits just the right note. They fit so nicely into the Regency time period without ever feeling that they are modern characters placed into a historical setting. In fact, the basis of the story wouldn't have happened in current times. I am not generally a fan o...

    Full review on Faithfully Bookish In a delightful Downton Abbey meets Pride and Prejudice mashup, Miller weaves a story with everything we love about Lizzie Bennet and Mr. Darcy in a Matthew and Mary Crawley-esque drama with rich layers and depth! Catherine Winthrop is a simply e...

    I have loved all of Carolyn Miller?s books and this one was no exception. I was captivated from the very start. My heart was carried along with Catherine?s as she struggled to let go of the past, find peace in God, and accept all He had for her. I loved that the hero, Jonathan, was...

    Travel back in time to the Regency Era where Miss Winthrop?s Story is brought to life by the skilled penmanship of Carolyn Miller. Visit Gloucestershire and Bath where the sights and sounds are brought to life and you can envision the Balls. This is a page turner that has you identif...

    Catherine and Jonathan are a perfect example of what happens when we do not communicate and make assumptions. It was great reconnecting with previous characters and viewing them with the new relationships. One of the things I love about Carolyn's stories is that the relationships are n...

    "Winning Miss Winthrop" is a Christian romance set in 1816 England. I prefer romances where the main characters are better people for having met each other, and this author's previous books have had this. However, I can only describe these main characters as becoming worse people from ...

    I started reading this book during my work week and had a bit of trouble really getting into it. I'm going to blame that on both life and the book itself. Life kept interfering with my reading time and the author writes for this time period so well that it took me a bit to settle in an...

    This first book in a new series by Carolyn Miller brings back beloved characters from the first series and also introduces some new characters that have their own appeal. Catherine Winthrop knows what it is like to have loved and lost a good man. She thought he loved her too, but one...

    Author Carolyn Miller has once again written a wonderful Regency drama that is full of intriguing characters, thought-provoking situations, and the underlying theme of grace and forgiveness. 'Winning Miss Winthrop' is set around Bath and Gloucestershire in 1816 during the time when soc...

    #WinningMissWinthrop #NetGalley publisher synopsis: Catherine Winthrop has cried out to God too many times to count. Years ago, the man who stole her heart rejected her--and she's never recovered. Now tragedy has brought him back into her life. This time it isn't her heart he's taki...

    Books like Winning Miss Winthrop remind me why Jane Austen and Georgette Heyer have been long-time favourite authors of mine. There?s something about Regency manners (and manors) that appeals to me on a visceral level, but while many modern-day authors are able to dress their stories...

    I don't know if Carolyn Miller is becoming a better writer or if I'm just becoming more appreciative of her writing style. (I suspect it's a mix of the two.) Whatever is happening, though, I find that I love each of Miller's novels more than the last, and Winning Miss Winthrop, the fir...

    My Thoughts: This was a perfect read for my Spring Break. It was light, romantic, and had strong Austen vibes. It reminded me a great deal of Persuasion although I don?t think the author was attempting a retelling. But it carried a lot of the same great elements in an original format...

    Winning Miss Winthrop by Carolyn Miller is the first in the Regency Brides Series A Promise of Hope. Catherine Winthrop is our heroine and Jonathan Carlew is our hero. They loved each other in the past and the story is how they relearn to love each other in the present. I loved thi...

    Set against the backdrop of Regency England and populated by memorable, engaging, and sometimes quirky characters, Carolyn Miller?s newest book, Winning Miss Winthrop, was an absolute treat to read. With her attention to historical detail and knowledge of societal proprieties of the ...

    I am not a fan of Regency fiction and was hesitant to agree to review this novel. The beginning got off to a rough start for me as the author assumed, I think, that I was familiar with the customs of the era. I had to find out what an entailment was to understand what was going on. Abo...

  • Becky
    Mar 30, 2018

    What a beautifully written story! If you like Jane Austen's "Persuasion," you will love "Winning Miss Winthrop!" "Winning Miss Winthrop" is the first book in a new series called "Regency Brides: A Promise of Hope." Ms. Miller writes a great story filled with a lot of faith content....

    Before I finished Carolyn Miller?s book and read the author?s note, I saw echoes of Jane Austen in Winning Miss Winthrop?especially Persuasion in the first three quarters and a little Pride & Prejudice in the final pages. Yet Miller?s story is original and engaging (and ...

    Carolyn Miller never fails to stir my heart with her engaging Regency novels, and she has done it again with Winning Miss Winthrop. This delightful story has just right blend of family drama, faith, romance, and redemption. Separated by a heartbreaking misunderstanding in the past, Cat...

    "How could she bless others when God had removed all blessings from her?" Carolyn Miller's debut novel last year, The Elusive Miss Ellison, proved to this reader that she could do a Regency well indeed. My opinion has only been solidified with each successive book. I love a good Reg...

    Since reading Ms. Miller's first book, what has struck me as refreshing is her characters' integrity. They are never portrayed as perfect or unapproachable, but there is a noble air to them which is very much appreciated. It also, many times, sets the pace of the plot as the characters...

    When I first discovered Jane Austen, I was a young lady just beginning life. I adored Pride and Prejudice and longed for the day when my very own Darcy would appear. But as I have matured, and yes, found my own Darcy, I have learned to appreciate and sigh for those who need a second ch...

    Love love and love!! This is one of those stories where you feel that it was written just for you, I felt everything that Catherine felt, from anger to sadness to hope. What a wonderful reminder that sometimes the very circumstances that we think are going to break us can actually be t...

    Originally posted on Reveries Reviews. Title: Winning Miss Winthrop Author: Carolyn Miller Series: Regency Brides: Promise of Hope, #1 Genre: Christian Historical Romance Era: Regency Setting: English countryside, Bath Publisher: Kregel Publications Source: from...

    Persuasion is not my favourite Jane Austen novel. I find it frustrating, because the problems faced by the hero and heroine could be solved by one simple conversation. Unfortunately, Jane Austen lived in a society where men and women were unable to speak plainly to each other. That mea...

    Winning Miss Winthrop by Carolyn Miller With flowing prose true to the Regency time period, Carolyn Miller pens a tome in the vein of Jane Austen. Set in Gloucestershire and Bath, England in 1816, this novel is reminiscent of Persuasion with it?s estranged hero and heroine. A sec...

    3.5 stars I would like to thank netgalley and Kregel Publications for the opportunity to read this book. Catherine's father dies leaving her and her mother to move out of their comfortable home and into a small cottage to make room for Tue new Lord Winthrop. Jonathan inherits t...

    It was a great story, I just wish there was more interaction between the 2 MC's. ...

    Exquisite! Carolyn Miller's beautiful prose conveys her readers to the world of Regency England filled with rich historical detail and charm. As a fan of all things pertaining to Jane Austen, I was thrilled when I read Miller's debut novel. Oh, to have beautiful stories in the grand tr...

    ?You have always, and will always, live within my heart?: ... My thoughts in a word? #Beautiful <3 Winning Miss Winthrop is Carolyn Miller 's fourth Regency and first in the new series "Regency Brides: A Promise of Hope". Those who have read Carolyn's earlier book...

    Every book by this author hits just the right note. They fit so nicely into the Regency time period without ever feeling that they are modern characters placed into a historical setting. In fact, the basis of the story wouldn't have happened in current times. I am not generally a fan o...

    Full review on Faithfully Bookish In a delightful Downton Abbey meets Pride and Prejudice mashup, Miller weaves a story with everything we love about Lizzie Bennet and Mr. Darcy in a Matthew and Mary Crawley-esque drama with rich layers and depth! Catherine Winthrop is a simply e...

    I have loved all of Carolyn Miller?s books and this one was no exception. I was captivated from the very start. My heart was carried along with Catherine?s as she struggled to let go of the past, find peace in God, and accept all He had for her. I loved that the hero, Jonathan, was...

    Travel back in time to the Regency Era where Miss Winthrop?s Story is brought to life by the skilled penmanship of Carolyn Miller. Visit Gloucestershire and Bath where the sights and sounds are brought to life and you can envision the Balls. This is a page turner that has you identif...

    Catherine and Jonathan are a perfect example of what happens when we do not communicate and make assumptions. It was great reconnecting with previous characters and viewing them with the new relationships. One of the things I love about Carolyn's stories is that the relationships are n...

    "Winning Miss Winthrop" is a Christian romance set in 1816 England. I prefer romances where the main characters are better people for having met each other, and this author's previous books have had this. However, I can only describe these main characters as becoming worse people from ...

    I started reading this book during my work week and had a bit of trouble really getting into it. I'm going to blame that on both life and the book itself. Life kept interfering with my reading time and the author writes for this time period so well that it took me a bit to settle in an...

    This first book in a new series by Carolyn Miller brings back beloved characters from the first series and also introduces some new characters that have their own appeal. Catherine Winthrop knows what it is like to have loved and lost a good man. She thought he loved her too, but one...

    Author Carolyn Miller has once again written a wonderful Regency drama that is full of intriguing characters, thought-provoking situations, and the underlying theme of grace and forgiveness. 'Winning Miss Winthrop' is set around Bath and Gloucestershire in 1816 during the time when soc...

    #WinningMissWinthrop #NetGalley publisher synopsis: Catherine Winthrop has cried out to God too many times to count. Years ago, the man who stole her heart rejected her--and she's never recovered. Now tragedy has brought him back into her life. This time it isn't her heart he's taki...

    Books like Winning Miss Winthrop remind me why Jane Austen and Georgette Heyer have been long-time favourite authors of mine. There?s something about Regency manners (and manors) that appeals to me on a visceral level, but while many modern-day authors are able to dress their stories...

    I don't know if Carolyn Miller is becoming a better writer or if I'm just becoming more appreciative of her writing style. (I suspect it's a mix of the two.) Whatever is happening, though, I find that I love each of Miller's novels more than the last, and Winning Miss Winthrop, the fir...

  • Becky
    Mar 22, 2018

    What a beautifully written story! If you like Jane Austen's "Persuasion," you will love "Winning Miss Winthrop!" "Winning Miss Winthrop" is the first book in a new series called "Regency Brides: A Promise of Hope." Ms. Miller writes a great story filled with a lot of faith content....

    Before I finished Carolyn Miller?s book and read the author?s note, I saw echoes of Jane Austen in Winning Miss Winthrop?especially Persuasion in the first three quarters and a little Pride & Prejudice in the final pages. Yet Miller?s story is original and engaging (and ...

    Carolyn Miller never fails to stir my heart with her engaging Regency novels, and she has done it again with Winning Miss Winthrop. This delightful story has just right blend of family drama, faith, romance, and redemption. Separated by a heartbreaking misunderstanding in the past, Cat...

    "How could she bless others when God had removed all blessings from her?" Carolyn Miller's debut novel last year, The Elusive Miss Ellison, proved to this reader that she could do a Regency well indeed. My opinion has only been solidified with each successive book. I love a good Reg...

    Since reading Ms. Miller's first book, what has struck me as refreshing is her characters' integrity. They are never portrayed as perfect or unapproachable, but there is a noble air to them which is very much appreciated. It also, many times, sets the pace of the plot as the characters...

    When I first discovered Jane Austen, I was a young lady just beginning life. I adored Pride and Prejudice and longed for the day when my very own Darcy would appear. But as I have matured, and yes, found my own Darcy, I have learned to appreciate and sigh for those who need a second ch...

    Love love and love!! This is one of those stories where you feel that it was written just for you, I felt everything that Catherine felt, from anger to sadness to hope. What a wonderful reminder that sometimes the very circumstances that we think are going to break us can actually be t...

    Originally posted on Reveries Reviews. Title: Winning Miss Winthrop Author: Carolyn Miller Series: Regency Brides: Promise of Hope, #1 Genre: Christian Historical Romance Era: Regency Setting: English countryside, Bath Publisher: Kregel Publications Source: from...

    Persuasion is not my favourite Jane Austen novel. I find it frustrating, because the problems faced by the hero and heroine could be solved by one simple conversation. Unfortunately, Jane Austen lived in a society where men and women were unable to speak plainly to each other. That mea...

    Winning Miss Winthrop by Carolyn Miller With flowing prose true to the Regency time period, Carolyn Miller pens a tome in the vein of Jane Austen. Set in Gloucestershire and Bath, England in 1816, this novel is reminiscent of Persuasion with it?s estranged hero and heroine. A sec...

    3.5 stars I would like to thank netgalley and Kregel Publications for the opportunity to read this book. Catherine's father dies leaving her and her mother to move out of their comfortable home and into a small cottage to make room for Tue new Lord Winthrop. Jonathan inherits t...

    It was a great story, I just wish there was more interaction between the 2 MC's. ...

    Exquisite! Carolyn Miller's beautiful prose conveys her readers to the world of Regency England filled with rich historical detail and charm. As a fan of all things pertaining to Jane Austen, I was thrilled when I read Miller's debut novel. Oh, to have beautiful stories in the grand tr...

    ?You have always, and will always, live within my heart?: ... My thoughts in a word? #Beautiful <3 Winning Miss Winthrop is Carolyn Miller 's fourth Regency and first in the new series "Regency Brides: A Promise of Hope". Those who have read Carolyn's earlier book...

    Every book by this author hits just the right note. They fit so nicely into the Regency time period without ever feeling that they are modern characters placed into a historical setting. In fact, the basis of the story wouldn't have happened in current times. I am not generally a fan o...

    Full review on Faithfully Bookish In a delightful Downton Abbey meets Pride and Prejudice mashup, Miller weaves a story with everything we love about Lizzie Bennet and Mr. Darcy in a Matthew and Mary Crawley-esque drama with rich layers and depth! Catherine Winthrop is a simply e...

    I have loved all of Carolyn Miller?s books and this one was no exception. I was captivated from the very start. My heart was carried along with Catherine?s as she struggled to let go of the past, find peace in God, and accept all He had for her. I loved that the hero, Jonathan, was...

    Travel back in time to the Regency Era where Miss Winthrop?s Story is brought to life by the skilled penmanship of Carolyn Miller. Visit Gloucestershire and Bath where the sights and sounds are brought to life and you can envision the Balls. This is a page turner that has you identif...

    Catherine and Jonathan are a perfect example of what happens when we do not communicate and make assumptions. It was great reconnecting with previous characters and viewing them with the new relationships. One of the things I love about Carolyn's stories is that the relationships are n...

    "Winning Miss Winthrop" is a Christian romance set in 1816 England. I prefer romances where the main characters are better people for having met each other, and this author's previous books have had this. However, I can only describe these main characters as becoming worse people from ...

    I started reading this book during my work week and had a bit of trouble really getting into it. I'm going to blame that on both life and the book itself. Life kept interfering with my reading time and the author writes for this time period so well that it took me a bit to settle in an...

    This first book in a new series by Carolyn Miller brings back beloved characters from the first series and also introduces some new characters that have their own appeal. Catherine Winthrop knows what it is like to have loved and lost a good man. She thought he loved her too, but one...

    Author Carolyn Miller has once again written a wonderful Regency drama that is full of intriguing characters, thought-provoking situations, and the underlying theme of grace and forgiveness. 'Winning Miss Winthrop' is set around Bath and Gloucestershire in 1816 during the time when soc...

    #WinningMissWinthrop #NetGalley publisher synopsis: Catherine Winthrop has cried out to God too many times to count. Years ago, the man who stole her heart rejected her--and she's never recovered. Now tragedy has brought him back into her life. This time it isn't her heart he's taki...

    Books like Winning Miss Winthrop remind me why Jane Austen and Georgette Heyer have been long-time favourite authors of mine. There?s something about Regency manners (and manors) that appeals to me on a visceral level, but while many modern-day authors are able to dress their stories...

    I don't know if Carolyn Miller is becoming a better writer or if I'm just becoming more appreciative of her writing style. (I suspect it's a mix of the two.) Whatever is happening, though, I find that I love each of Miller's novels more than the last, and Winning Miss Winthrop, the fir...

    My Thoughts: This was a perfect read for my Spring Break. It was light, romantic, and had strong Austen vibes. It reminded me a great deal of Persuasion although I don?t think the author was attempting a retelling. But it carried a lot of the same great elements in an original format...

    Winning Miss Winthrop by Carolyn Miller is the first in the Regency Brides Series A Promise of Hope. Catherine Winthrop is our heroine and Jonathan Carlew is our hero. They loved each other in the past and the story is how they relearn to love each other in the present. I loved thi...

  • Lynda Edwards
    Mar 30, 2018

    What a beautifully written story! If you like Jane Austen's "Persuasion," you will love "Winning Miss Winthrop!" "Winning Miss Winthrop" is the first book in a new series called "Regency Brides: A Promise of Hope." Ms. Miller writes a great story filled with a lot of faith content....

    Before I finished Carolyn Miller?s book and read the author?s note, I saw echoes of Jane Austen in Winning Miss Winthrop?especially Persuasion in the first three quarters and a little Pride & Prejudice in the final pages. Yet Miller?s story is original and engaging (and ...

    Carolyn Miller never fails to stir my heart with her engaging Regency novels, and she has done it again with Winning Miss Winthrop. This delightful story has just right blend of family drama, faith, romance, and redemption. Separated by a heartbreaking misunderstanding in the past, Cat...

    "How could she bless others when God had removed all blessings from her?" Carolyn Miller's debut novel last year, The Elusive Miss Ellison, proved to this reader that she could do a Regency well indeed. My opinion has only been solidified with each successive book. I love a good Reg...

    Since reading Ms. Miller's first book, what has struck me as refreshing is her characters' integrity. They are never portrayed as perfect or unapproachable, but there is a noble air to them which is very much appreciated. It also, many times, sets the pace of the plot as the characters...

    When I first discovered Jane Austen, I was a young lady just beginning life. I adored Pride and Prejudice and longed for the day when my very own Darcy would appear. But as I have matured, and yes, found my own Darcy, I have learned to appreciate and sigh for those who need a second ch...

  • Lucy
    Mar 22, 2018

    What a beautifully written story! If you like Jane Austen's "Persuasion," you will love "Winning Miss Winthrop!" "Winning Miss Winthrop" is the first book in a new series called "Regency Brides: A Promise of Hope." Ms. Miller writes a great story filled with a lot of faith content....

    Before I finished Carolyn Miller?s book and read the author?s note, I saw echoes of Jane Austen in Winning Miss Winthrop?especially Persuasion in the first three quarters and a little Pride & Prejudice in the final pages. Yet Miller?s story is original and engaging (and ...

    Carolyn Miller never fails to stir my heart with her engaging Regency novels, and she has done it again with Winning Miss Winthrop. This delightful story has just right blend of family drama, faith, romance, and redemption. Separated by a heartbreaking misunderstanding in the past, Cat...

    "How could she bless others when God had removed all blessings from her?" Carolyn Miller's debut novel last year, The Elusive Miss Ellison, proved to this reader that she could do a Regency well indeed. My opinion has only been solidified with each successive book. I love a good Reg...

    Since reading Ms. Miller's first book, what has struck me as refreshing is her characters' integrity. They are never portrayed as perfect or unapproachable, but there is a noble air to them which is very much appreciated. It also, many times, sets the pace of the plot as the characters...

    When I first discovered Jane Austen, I was a young lady just beginning life. I adored Pride and Prejudice and longed for the day when my very own Darcy would appear. But as I have matured, and yes, found my own Darcy, I have learned to appreciate and sigh for those who need a second ch...

    Love love and love!! This is one of those stories where you feel that it was written just for you, I felt everything that Catherine felt, from anger to sadness to hope. What a wonderful reminder that sometimes the very circumstances that we think are going to break us can actually be t...

    Originally posted on Reveries Reviews. Title: Winning Miss Winthrop Author: Carolyn Miller Series: Regency Brides: Promise of Hope, #1 Genre: Christian Historical Romance Era: Regency Setting: English countryside, Bath Publisher: Kregel Publications Source: from...

    Persuasion is not my favourite Jane Austen novel. I find it frustrating, because the problems faced by the hero and heroine could be solved by one simple conversation. Unfortunately, Jane Austen lived in a society where men and women were unable to speak plainly to each other. That mea...

    Winning Miss Winthrop by Carolyn Miller With flowing prose true to the Regency time period, Carolyn Miller pens a tome in the vein of Jane Austen. Set in Gloucestershire and Bath, England in 1816, this novel is reminiscent of Persuasion with it?s estranged hero and heroine. A sec...

    3.5 stars I would like to thank netgalley and Kregel Publications for the opportunity to read this book. Catherine's father dies leaving her and her mother to move out of their comfortable home and into a small cottage to make room for Tue new Lord Winthrop. Jonathan inherits t...

    It was a great story, I just wish there was more interaction between the 2 MC's. ...

    Exquisite! Carolyn Miller's beautiful prose conveys her readers to the world of Regency England filled with rich historical detail and charm. As a fan of all things pertaining to Jane Austen, I was thrilled when I read Miller's debut novel. Oh, to have beautiful stories in the grand tr...

    ?You have always, and will always, live within my heart?: ... My thoughts in a word? #Beautiful <3 Winning Miss Winthrop is Carolyn Miller 's fourth Regency and first in the new series "Regency Brides: A Promise of Hope". Those who have read Carolyn's earlier book...

    Every book by this author hits just the right note. They fit so nicely into the Regency time period without ever feeling that they are modern characters placed into a historical setting. In fact, the basis of the story wouldn't have happened in current times. I am not generally a fan o...

    Full review on Faithfully Bookish In a delightful Downton Abbey meets Pride and Prejudice mashup, Miller weaves a story with everything we love about Lizzie Bennet and Mr. Darcy in a Matthew and Mary Crawley-esque drama with rich layers and depth! Catherine Winthrop is a simply e...

    I have loved all of Carolyn Miller?s books and this one was no exception. I was captivated from the very start. My heart was carried along with Catherine?s as she struggled to let go of the past, find peace in God, and accept all He had for her. I loved that the hero, Jonathan, was...

    Travel back in time to the Regency Era where Miss Winthrop?s Story is brought to life by the skilled penmanship of Carolyn Miller. Visit Gloucestershire and Bath where the sights and sounds are brought to life and you can envision the Balls. This is a page turner that has you identif...

  • Seema Khan
    Mar 19, 2018

    What a beautifully written story! If you like Jane Austen's "Persuasion," you will love "Winning Miss Winthrop!" "Winning Miss Winthrop" is the first book in a new series called "Regency Brides: A Promise of Hope." Ms. Miller writes a great story filled with a lot of faith content....

    Before I finished Carolyn Miller?s book and read the author?s note, I saw echoes of Jane Austen in Winning Miss Winthrop?especially Persuasion in the first three quarters and a little Pride & Prejudice in the final pages. Yet Miller?s story is original and engaging (and ...

    Carolyn Miller never fails to stir my heart with her engaging Regency novels, and she has done it again with Winning Miss Winthrop. This delightful story has just right blend of family drama, faith, romance, and redemption. Separated by a heartbreaking misunderstanding in the past, Cat...

    "How could she bless others when God had removed all blessings from her?" Carolyn Miller's debut novel last year, The Elusive Miss Ellison, proved to this reader that she could do a Regency well indeed. My opinion has only been solidified with each successive book. I love a good Reg...

    Since reading Ms. Miller's first book, what has struck me as refreshing is her characters' integrity. They are never portrayed as perfect or unapproachable, but there is a noble air to them which is very much appreciated. It also, many times, sets the pace of the plot as the characters...

    When I first discovered Jane Austen, I was a young lady just beginning life. I adored Pride and Prejudice and longed for the day when my very own Darcy would appear. But as I have matured, and yes, found my own Darcy, I have learned to appreciate and sigh for those who need a second ch...

    Love love and love!! This is one of those stories where you feel that it was written just for you, I felt everything that Catherine felt, from anger to sadness to hope. What a wonderful reminder that sometimes the very circumstances that we think are going to break us can actually be t...

    Originally posted on Reveries Reviews. Title: Winning Miss Winthrop Author: Carolyn Miller Series: Regency Brides: Promise of Hope, #1 Genre: Christian Historical Romance Era: Regency Setting: English countryside, Bath Publisher: Kregel Publications Source: from...

    Persuasion is not my favourite Jane Austen novel. I find it frustrating, because the problems faced by the hero and heroine could be solved by one simple conversation. Unfortunately, Jane Austen lived in a society where men and women were unable to speak plainly to each other. That mea...

    Winning Miss Winthrop by Carolyn Miller With flowing prose true to the Regency time period, Carolyn Miller pens a tome in the vein of Jane Austen. Set in Gloucestershire and Bath, England in 1816, this novel is reminiscent of Persuasion with it?s estranged hero and heroine. A sec...

    3.5 stars I would like to thank netgalley and Kregel Publications for the opportunity to read this book. Catherine's father dies leaving her and her mother to move out of their comfortable home and into a small cottage to make room for Tue new Lord Winthrop. Jonathan inherits t...

    It was a great story, I just wish there was more interaction between the 2 MC's. ...

    Exquisite! Carolyn Miller's beautiful prose conveys her readers to the world of Regency England filled with rich historical detail and charm. As a fan of all things pertaining to Jane Austen, I was thrilled when I read Miller's debut novel. Oh, to have beautiful stories in the grand tr...

    ?You have always, and will always, live within my heart?: ... My thoughts in a word? #Beautiful <3 Winning Miss Winthrop is Carolyn Miller 's fourth Regency and first in the new series "Regency Brides: A Promise of Hope". Those who have read Carolyn's earlier book...

  • Kristi
    Mar 25, 2018

    What a beautifully written story! If you like Jane Austen's "Persuasion," you will love "Winning Miss Winthrop!" "Winning Miss Winthrop" is the first book in a new series called "Regency Brides: A Promise of Hope." Ms. Miller writes a great story filled with a lot of faith content....

    Before I finished Carolyn Miller?s book and read the author?s note, I saw echoes of Jane Austen in Winning Miss Winthrop?especially Persuasion in the first three quarters and a little Pride & Prejudice in the final pages. Yet Miller?s story is original and engaging (and ...

    Carolyn Miller never fails to stir my heart with her engaging Regency novels, and she has done it again with Winning Miss Winthrop. This delightful story has just right blend of family drama, faith, romance, and redemption. Separated by a heartbreaking misunderstanding in the past, Cat...

    "How could she bless others when God had removed all blessings from her?" Carolyn Miller's debut novel last year, The Elusive Miss Ellison, proved to this reader that she could do a Regency well indeed. My opinion has only been solidified with each successive book. I love a good Reg...

    Since reading Ms. Miller's first book, what has struck me as refreshing is her characters' integrity. They are never portrayed as perfect or unapproachable, but there is a noble air to them which is very much appreciated. It also, many times, sets the pace of the plot as the characters...

    When I first discovered Jane Austen, I was a young lady just beginning life. I adored Pride and Prejudice and longed for the day when my very own Darcy would appear. But as I have matured, and yes, found my own Darcy, I have learned to appreciate and sigh for those who need a second ch...

    Love love and love!! This is one of those stories where you feel that it was written just for you, I felt everything that Catherine felt, from anger to sadness to hope. What a wonderful reminder that sometimes the very circumstances that we think are going to break us can actually be t...

    Originally posted on Reveries Reviews. Title: Winning Miss Winthrop Author: Carolyn Miller Series: Regency Brides: Promise of Hope, #1 Genre: Christian Historical Romance Era: Regency Setting: English countryside, Bath Publisher: Kregel Publications Source: from...

    Persuasion is not my favourite Jane Austen novel. I find it frustrating, because the problems faced by the hero and heroine could be solved by one simple conversation. Unfortunately, Jane Austen lived in a society where men and women were unable to speak plainly to each other. That mea...

    Winning Miss Winthrop by Carolyn Miller With flowing prose true to the Regency time period, Carolyn Miller pens a tome in the vein of Jane Austen. Set in Gloucestershire and Bath, England in 1816, this novel is reminiscent of Persuasion with it?s estranged hero and heroine. A sec...

    3.5 stars I would like to thank netgalley and Kregel Publications for the opportunity to read this book. Catherine's father dies leaving her and her mother to move out of their comfortable home and into a small cottage to make room for Tue new Lord Winthrop. Jonathan inherits t...

    It was a great story, I just wish there was more interaction between the 2 MC's. ...

    Exquisite! Carolyn Miller's beautiful prose conveys her readers to the world of Regency England filled with rich historical detail and charm. As a fan of all things pertaining to Jane Austen, I was thrilled when I read Miller's debut novel. Oh, to have beautiful stories in the grand tr...

    ?You have always, and will always, live within my heart?: ... My thoughts in a word? #Beautiful <3 Winning Miss Winthrop is Carolyn Miller 's fourth Regency and first in the new series "Regency Brides: A Promise of Hope". Those who have read Carolyn's earlier book...

    Every book by this author hits just the right note. They fit so nicely into the Regency time period without ever feeling that they are modern characters placed into a historical setting. In fact, the basis of the story wouldn't have happened in current times. I am not generally a fan o...

    Full review on Faithfully Bookish In a delightful Downton Abbey meets Pride and Prejudice mashup, Miller weaves a story with everything we love about Lizzie Bennet and Mr. Darcy in a Matthew and Mary Crawley-esque drama with rich layers and depth! Catherine Winthrop is a simply e...

    I have loved all of Carolyn Miller?s books and this one was no exception. I was captivated from the very start. My heart was carried along with Catherine?s as she struggled to let go of the past, find peace in God, and accept all He had for her. I loved that the hero, Jonathan, was...

    Travel back in time to the Regency Era where Miss Winthrop?s Story is brought to life by the skilled penmanship of Carolyn Miller. Visit Gloucestershire and Bath where the sights and sounds are brought to life and you can envision the Balls. This is a page turner that has you identif...

    Catherine and Jonathan are a perfect example of what happens when we do not communicate and make assumptions. It was great reconnecting with previous characters and viewing them with the new relationships. One of the things I love about Carolyn's stories is that the relationships are n...

    "Winning Miss Winthrop" is a Christian romance set in 1816 England. I prefer romances where the main characters are better people for having met each other, and this author's previous books have had this. However, I can only describe these main characters as becoming worse people from ...

    I started reading this book during my work week and had a bit of trouble really getting into it. I'm going to blame that on both life and the book itself. Life kept interfering with my reading time and the author writes for this time period so well that it took me a bit to settle in an...

  • Winnie
    Apr 02, 2018

    What a beautifully written story! If you like Jane Austen's "Persuasion," you will love "Winning Miss Winthrop!" "Winning Miss Winthrop" is the first book in a new series called "Regency Brides: A Promise of Hope." Ms. Miller writes a great story filled with a lot of faith content....

    Before I finished Carolyn Miller?s book and read the author?s note, I saw echoes of Jane Austen in Winning Miss Winthrop?especially Persuasion in the first three quarters and a little Pride & Prejudice in the final pages. Yet Miller?s story is original and engaging (and ...

    Carolyn Miller never fails to stir my heart with her engaging Regency novels, and she has done it again with Winning Miss Winthrop. This delightful story has just right blend of family drama, faith, romance, and redemption. Separated by a heartbreaking misunderstanding in the past, Cat...

    "How could she bless others when God had removed all blessings from her?" Carolyn Miller's debut novel last year, The Elusive Miss Ellison, proved to this reader that she could do a Regency well indeed. My opinion has only been solidified with each successive book. I love a good Reg...

    Since reading Ms. Miller's first book, what has struck me as refreshing is her characters' integrity. They are never portrayed as perfect or unapproachable, but there is a noble air to them which is very much appreciated. It also, many times, sets the pace of the plot as the characters...

    When I first discovered Jane Austen, I was a young lady just beginning life. I adored Pride and Prejudice and longed for the day when my very own Darcy would appear. But as I have matured, and yes, found my own Darcy, I have learned to appreciate and sigh for those who need a second ch...

    Love love and love!! This is one of those stories where you feel that it was written just for you, I felt everything that Catherine felt, from anger to sadness to hope. What a wonderful reminder that sometimes the very circumstances that we think are going to break us can actually be t...

    Originally posted on Reveries Reviews. Title: Winning Miss Winthrop Author: Carolyn Miller Series: Regency Brides: Promise of Hope, #1 Genre: Christian Historical Romance Era: Regency Setting: English countryside, Bath Publisher: Kregel Publications Source: from...

    Persuasion is not my favourite Jane Austen novel. I find it frustrating, because the problems faced by the hero and heroine could be solved by one simple conversation. Unfortunately, Jane Austen lived in a society where men and women were unable to speak plainly to each other. That mea...

    Winning Miss Winthrop by Carolyn Miller With flowing prose true to the Regency time period, Carolyn Miller pens a tome in the vein of Jane Austen. Set in Gloucestershire and Bath, England in 1816, this novel is reminiscent of Persuasion with it?s estranged hero and heroine. A sec...

    3.5 stars I would like to thank netgalley and Kregel Publications for the opportunity to read this book. Catherine's father dies leaving her and her mother to move out of their comfortable home and into a small cottage to make room for Tue new Lord Winthrop. Jonathan inherits t...

    It was a great story, I just wish there was more interaction between the 2 MC's. ...

    Exquisite! Carolyn Miller's beautiful prose conveys her readers to the world of Regency England filled with rich historical detail and charm. As a fan of all things pertaining to Jane Austen, I was thrilled when I read Miller's debut novel. Oh, to have beautiful stories in the grand tr...

    ?You have always, and will always, live within my heart?: ... My thoughts in a word? #Beautiful <3 Winning Miss Winthrop is Carolyn Miller 's fourth Regency and first in the new series "Regency Brides: A Promise of Hope". Those who have read Carolyn's earlier book...

    Every book by this author hits just the right note. They fit so nicely into the Regency time period without ever feeling that they are modern characters placed into a historical setting. In fact, the basis of the story wouldn't have happened in current times. I am not generally a fan o...

    Full review on Faithfully Bookish In a delightful Downton Abbey meets Pride and Prejudice mashup, Miller weaves a story with everything we love about Lizzie Bennet and Mr. Darcy in a Matthew and Mary Crawley-esque drama with rich layers and depth! Catherine Winthrop is a simply e...

    I have loved all of Carolyn Miller?s books and this one was no exception. I was captivated from the very start. My heart was carried along with Catherine?s as she struggled to let go of the past, find peace in God, and accept all He had for her. I loved that the hero, Jonathan, was...

    Travel back in time to the Regency Era where Miss Winthrop?s Story is brought to life by the skilled penmanship of Carolyn Miller. Visit Gloucestershire and Bath where the sights and sounds are brought to life and you can envision the Balls. This is a page turner that has you identif...

    Catherine and Jonathan are a perfect example of what happens when we do not communicate and make assumptions. It was great reconnecting with previous characters and viewing them with the new relationships. One of the things I love about Carolyn's stories is that the relationships are n...

    "Winning Miss Winthrop" is a Christian romance set in 1816 England. I prefer romances where the main characters are better people for having met each other, and this author's previous books have had this. However, I can only describe these main characters as becoming worse people from ...

    I started reading this book during my work week and had a bit of trouble really getting into it. I'm going to blame that on both life and the book itself. Life kept interfering with my reading time and the author writes for this time period so well that it took me a bit to settle in an...

    This first book in a new series by Carolyn Miller brings back beloved characters from the first series and also introduces some new characters that have their own appeal. Catherine Winthrop knows what it is like to have loved and lost a good man. She thought he loved her too, but one...

    Author Carolyn Miller has once again written a wonderful Regency drama that is full of intriguing characters, thought-provoking situations, and the underlying theme of grace and forgiveness. 'Winning Miss Winthrop' is set around Bath and Gloucestershire in 1816 during the time when soc...

    #WinningMissWinthrop #NetGalley publisher synopsis: Catherine Winthrop has cried out to God too many times to count. Years ago, the man who stole her heart rejected her--and she's never recovered. Now tragedy has brought him back into her life. This time it isn't her heart he's taki...

    Books like Winning Miss Winthrop remind me why Jane Austen and Georgette Heyer have been long-time favourite authors of mine. There?s something about Regency manners (and manors) that appeals to me on a visceral level, but while many modern-day authors are able to dress their stories...

    I don't know if Carolyn Miller is becoming a better writer or if I'm just becoming more appreciative of her writing style. (I suspect it's a mix of the two.) Whatever is happening, though, I find that I love each of Miller's novels more than the last, and Winning Miss Winthrop, the fir...

    My Thoughts: This was a perfect read for my Spring Break. It was light, romantic, and had strong Austen vibes. It reminded me a great deal of Persuasion although I don?t think the author was attempting a retelling. But it carried a lot of the same great elements in an original format...

    Winning Miss Winthrop by Carolyn Miller is the first in the Regency Brides Series A Promise of Hope. Catherine Winthrop is our heroine and Jonathan Carlew is our hero. They loved each other in the past and the story is how they relearn to love each other in the present. I loved thi...

    Set against the backdrop of Regency England and populated by memorable, engaging, and sometimes quirky characters, Carolyn Miller?s newest book, Winning Miss Winthrop, was an absolute treat to read. With her attention to historical detail and knowledge of societal proprieties of the ...

  • Charlotte Dance
    Mar 20, 2018

    What a beautifully written story! If you like Jane Austen's "Persuasion," you will love "Winning Miss Winthrop!" "Winning Miss Winthrop" is the first book in a new series called "Regency Brides: A Promise of Hope." Ms. Miller writes a great story filled with a lot of faith content....

    Before I finished Carolyn Miller?s book and read the author?s note, I saw echoes of Jane Austen in Winning Miss Winthrop?especially Persuasion in the first three quarters and a little Pride & Prejudice in the final pages. Yet Miller?s story is original and engaging (and ...

    Carolyn Miller never fails to stir my heart with her engaging Regency novels, and she has done it again with Winning Miss Winthrop. This delightful story has just right blend of family drama, faith, romance, and redemption. Separated by a heartbreaking misunderstanding in the past, Cat...

    "How could she bless others when God had removed all blessings from her?" Carolyn Miller's debut novel last year, The Elusive Miss Ellison, proved to this reader that she could do a Regency well indeed. My opinion has only been solidified with each successive book. I love a good Reg...

    Since reading Ms. Miller's first book, what has struck me as refreshing is her characters' integrity. They are never portrayed as perfect or unapproachable, but there is a noble air to them which is very much appreciated. It also, many times, sets the pace of the plot as the characters...

    When I first discovered Jane Austen, I was a young lady just beginning life. I adored Pride and Prejudice and longed for the day when my very own Darcy would appear. But as I have matured, and yes, found my own Darcy, I have learned to appreciate and sigh for those who need a second ch...

    Love love and love!! This is one of those stories where you feel that it was written just for you, I felt everything that Catherine felt, from anger to sadness to hope. What a wonderful reminder that sometimes the very circumstances that we think are going to break us can actually be t...

    Originally posted on Reveries Reviews. Title: Winning Miss Winthrop Author: Carolyn Miller Series: Regency Brides: Promise of Hope, #1 Genre: Christian Historical Romance Era: Regency Setting: English countryside, Bath Publisher: Kregel Publications Source: from...

    Persuasion is not my favourite Jane Austen novel. I find it frustrating, because the problems faced by the hero and heroine could be solved by one simple conversation. Unfortunately, Jane Austen lived in a society where men and women were unable to speak plainly to each other. That mea...

    Winning Miss Winthrop by Carolyn Miller With flowing prose true to the Regency time period, Carolyn Miller pens a tome in the vein of Jane Austen. Set in Gloucestershire and Bath, England in 1816, this novel is reminiscent of Persuasion with it?s estranged hero and heroine. A sec...

    3.5 stars I would like to thank netgalley and Kregel Publications for the opportunity to read this book. Catherine's father dies leaving her and her mother to move out of their comfortable home and into a small cottage to make room for Tue new Lord Winthrop. Jonathan inherits t...

    It was a great story, I just wish there was more interaction between the 2 MC's. ...

    Exquisite! Carolyn Miller's beautiful prose conveys her readers to the world of Regency England filled with rich historical detail and charm. As a fan of all things pertaining to Jane Austen, I was thrilled when I read Miller's debut novel. Oh, to have beautiful stories in the grand tr...

    ?You have always, and will always, live within my heart?: ... My thoughts in a word? #Beautiful <3 Winning Miss Winthrop is Carolyn Miller 's fourth Regency and first in the new series "Regency Brides: A Promise of Hope". Those who have read Carolyn's earlier book...

    Every book by this author hits just the right note. They fit so nicely into the Regency time period without ever feeling that they are modern characters placed into a historical setting. In fact, the basis of the story wouldn't have happened in current times. I am not generally a fan o...

  • Sonnetta
    Mar 14, 2018

    What a beautifully written story! If you like Jane Austen's "Persuasion," you will love "Winning Miss Winthrop!" "Winning Miss Winthrop" is the first book in a new series called "Regency Brides: A Promise of Hope." Ms. Miller writes a great story filled with a lot of faith content....

    Before I finished Carolyn Miller?s book and read the author?s note, I saw echoes of Jane Austen in Winning Miss Winthrop?especially Persuasion in the first three quarters and a little Pride & Prejudice in the final pages. Yet Miller?s story is original and engaging (and ...

    Carolyn Miller never fails to stir my heart with her engaging Regency novels, and she has done it again with Winning Miss Winthrop. This delightful story has just right blend of family drama, faith, romance, and redemption. Separated by a heartbreaking misunderstanding in the past, Cat...

    "How could she bless others when God had removed all blessings from her?" Carolyn Miller's debut novel last year, The Elusive Miss Ellison, proved to this reader that she could do a Regency well indeed. My opinion has only been solidified with each successive book. I love a good Reg...

    Since reading Ms. Miller's first book, what has struck me as refreshing is her characters' integrity. They are never portrayed as perfect or unapproachable, but there is a noble air to them which is very much appreciated. It also, many times, sets the pace of the plot as the characters...

    When I first discovered Jane Austen, I was a young lady just beginning life. I adored Pride and Prejudice and longed for the day when my very own Darcy would appear. But as I have matured, and yes, found my own Darcy, I have learned to appreciate and sigh for those who need a second ch...

    Love love and love!! This is one of those stories where you feel that it was written just for you, I felt everything that Catherine felt, from anger to sadness to hope. What a wonderful reminder that sometimes the very circumstances that we think are going to break us can actually be t...

    Originally posted on Reveries Reviews. Title: Winning Miss Winthrop Author: Carolyn Miller Series: Regency Brides: Promise of Hope, #1 Genre: Christian Historical Romance Era: Regency Setting: English countryside, Bath Publisher: Kregel Publications Source: from...

    Persuasion is not my favourite Jane Austen novel. I find it frustrating, because the problems faced by the hero and heroine could be solved by one simple conversation. Unfortunately, Jane Austen lived in a society where men and women were unable to speak plainly to each other. That mea...

    Winning Miss Winthrop by Carolyn Miller With flowing prose true to the Regency time period, Carolyn Miller pens a tome in the vein of Jane Austen. Set in Gloucestershire and Bath, England in 1816, this novel is reminiscent of Persuasion with it?s estranged hero and heroine. A sec...

    3.5 stars I would like to thank netgalley and Kregel Publications for the opportunity to read this book. Catherine's father dies leaving her and her mother to move out of their comfortable home and into a small cottage to make room for Tue new Lord Winthrop. Jonathan inherits t...

    It was a great story, I just wish there was more interaction between the 2 MC's. ...

    Exquisite! Carolyn Miller's beautiful prose conveys her readers to the world of Regency England filled with rich historical detail and charm. As a fan of all things pertaining to Jane Austen, I was thrilled when I read Miller's debut novel. Oh, to have beautiful stories in the grand tr...

    ?You have always, and will always, live within my heart?: ... My thoughts in a word? #Beautiful <3 Winning Miss Winthrop is Carolyn Miller 's fourth Regency and first in the new series "Regency Brides: A Promise of Hope". Those who have read Carolyn's earlier book...

    Every book by this author hits just the right note. They fit so nicely into the Regency time period without ever feeling that they are modern characters placed into a historical setting. In fact, the basis of the story wouldn't have happened in current times. I am not generally a fan o...

    Full review on Faithfully Bookish In a delightful Downton Abbey meets Pride and Prejudice mashup, Miller weaves a story with everything we love about Lizzie Bennet and Mr. Darcy in a Matthew and Mary Crawley-esque drama with rich layers and depth! Catherine Winthrop is a simply e...

    I have loved all of Carolyn Miller?s books and this one was no exception. I was captivated from the very start. My heart was carried along with Catherine?s as she struggled to let go of the past, find peace in God, and accept all He had for her. I loved that the hero, Jonathan, was...

    Travel back in time to the Regency Era where Miss Winthrop?s Story is brought to life by the skilled penmanship of Carolyn Miller. Visit Gloucestershire and Bath where the sights and sounds are brought to life and you can envision the Balls. This is a page turner that has you identif...

    Catherine and Jonathan are a perfect example of what happens when we do not communicate and make assumptions. It was great reconnecting with previous characters and viewing them with the new relationships. One of the things I love about Carolyn's stories is that the relationships are n...

  • A.M. Heath
    Mar 29, 2018

    What a beautifully written story! If you like Jane Austen's "Persuasion," you will love "Winning Miss Winthrop!" "Winning Miss Winthrop" is the first book in a new series called "Regency Brides: A Promise of Hope." Ms. Miller writes a great story filled with a lot of faith content....

    Before I finished Carolyn Miller?s book and read the author?s note, I saw echoes of Jane Austen in Winning Miss Winthrop?especially Persuasion in the first three quarters and a little Pride & Prejudice in the final pages. Yet Miller?s story is original and engaging (and ...

    Carolyn Miller never fails to stir my heart with her engaging Regency novels, and she has done it again with Winning Miss Winthrop. This delightful story has just right blend of family drama, faith, romance, and redemption. Separated by a heartbreaking misunderstanding in the past, Cat...

    "How could she bless others when God had removed all blessings from her?" Carolyn Miller's debut novel last year, The Elusive Miss Ellison, proved to this reader that she could do a Regency well indeed. My opinion has only been solidified with each successive book. I love a good Reg...

    Since reading Ms. Miller's first book, what has struck me as refreshing is her characters' integrity. They are never portrayed as perfect or unapproachable, but there is a noble air to them which is very much appreciated. It also, many times, sets the pace of the plot as the characters...

    When I first discovered Jane Austen, I was a young lady just beginning life. I adored Pride and Prejudice and longed for the day when my very own Darcy would appear. But as I have matured, and yes, found my own Darcy, I have learned to appreciate and sigh for those who need a second ch...

    Love love and love!! This is one of those stories where you feel that it was written just for you, I felt everything that Catherine felt, from anger to sadness to hope. What a wonderful reminder that sometimes the very circumstances that we think are going to break us can actually be t...

    Originally posted on Reveries Reviews. Title: Winning Miss Winthrop Author: Carolyn Miller Series: Regency Brides: Promise of Hope, #1 Genre: Christian Historical Romance Era: Regency Setting: English countryside, Bath Publisher: Kregel Publications Source: from...

    Persuasion is not my favourite Jane Austen novel. I find it frustrating, because the problems faced by the hero and heroine could be solved by one simple conversation. Unfortunately, Jane Austen lived in a society where men and women were unable to speak plainly to each other. That mea...

    Winning Miss Winthrop by Carolyn Miller With flowing prose true to the Regency time period, Carolyn Miller pens a tome in the vein of Jane Austen. Set in Gloucestershire and Bath, England in 1816, this novel is reminiscent of Persuasion with it?s estranged hero and heroine. A sec...

    3.5 stars I would like to thank netgalley and Kregel Publications for the opportunity to read this book. Catherine's father dies leaving her and her mother to move out of their comfortable home and into a small cottage to make room for Tue new Lord Winthrop. Jonathan inherits t...

    It was a great story, I just wish there was more interaction between the 2 MC's. ...

    Exquisite! Carolyn Miller's beautiful prose conveys her readers to the world of Regency England filled with rich historical detail and charm. As a fan of all things pertaining to Jane Austen, I was thrilled when I read Miller's debut novel. Oh, to have beautiful stories in the grand tr...

    ?You have always, and will always, live within my heart?: ... My thoughts in a word? #Beautiful <3 Winning Miss Winthrop is Carolyn Miller 's fourth Regency and first in the new series "Regency Brides: A Promise of Hope". Those who have read Carolyn's earlier book...

    Every book by this author hits just the right note. They fit so nicely into the Regency time period without ever feeling that they are modern characters placed into a historical setting. In fact, the basis of the story wouldn't have happened in current times. I am not generally a fan o...

    Full review on Faithfully Bookish In a delightful Downton Abbey meets Pride and Prejudice mashup, Miller weaves a story with everything we love about Lizzie Bennet and Mr. Darcy in a Matthew and Mary Crawley-esque drama with rich layers and depth! Catherine Winthrop is a simply e...

    I have loved all of Carolyn Miller?s books and this one was no exception. I was captivated from the very start. My heart was carried along with Catherine?s as she struggled to let go of the past, find peace in God, and accept all He had for her. I loved that the hero, Jonathan, was...

    Travel back in time to the Regency Era where Miss Winthrop?s Story is brought to life by the skilled penmanship of Carolyn Miller. Visit Gloucestershire and Bath where the sights and sounds are brought to life and you can envision the Balls. This is a page turner that has you identif...

    Catherine and Jonathan are a perfect example of what happens when we do not communicate and make assumptions. It was great reconnecting with previous characters and viewing them with the new relationships. One of the things I love about Carolyn's stories is that the relationships are n...

    "Winning Miss Winthrop" is a Christian romance set in 1816 England. I prefer romances where the main characters are better people for having met each other, and this author's previous books have had this. However, I can only describe these main characters as becoming worse people from ...

    I started reading this book during my work week and had a bit of trouble really getting into it. I'm going to blame that on both life and the book itself. Life kept interfering with my reading time and the author writes for this time period so well that it took me a bit to settle in an...

    This first book in a new series by Carolyn Miller brings back beloved characters from the first series and also introduces some new characters that have their own appeal. Catherine Winthrop knows what it is like to have loved and lost a good man. She thought he loved her too, but one...

    Author Carolyn Miller has once again written a wonderful Regency drama that is full of intriguing characters, thought-provoking situations, and the underlying theme of grace and forgiveness. 'Winning Miss Winthrop' is set around Bath and Gloucestershire in 1816 during the time when soc...

    #WinningMissWinthrop #NetGalley publisher synopsis: Catherine Winthrop has cried out to God too many times to count. Years ago, the man who stole her heart rejected her--and she's never recovered. Now tragedy has brought him back into her life. This time it isn't her heart he's taki...

    Books like Winning Miss Winthrop remind me why Jane Austen and Georgette Heyer have been long-time favourite authors of mine. There?s something about Regency manners (and manors) that appeals to me on a visceral level, but while many modern-day authors are able to dress their stories...

    I don't know if Carolyn Miller is becoming a better writer or if I'm just becoming more appreciative of her writing style. (I suspect it's a mix of the two.) Whatever is happening, though, I find that I love each of Miller's novels more than the last, and Winning Miss Winthrop, the fir...

    My Thoughts: This was a perfect read for my Spring Break. It was light, romantic, and had strong Austen vibes. It reminded me a great deal of Persuasion although I don?t think the author was attempting a retelling. But it carried a lot of the same great elements in an original format...

  • Susan
    Mar 17, 2018

    What a beautifully written story! If you like Jane Austen's "Persuasion," you will love "Winning Miss Winthrop!" "Winning Miss Winthrop" is the first book in a new series called "Regency Brides: A Promise of Hope." Ms. Miller writes a great story filled with a lot of faith content....

    Before I finished Carolyn Miller?s book and read the author?s note, I saw echoes of Jane Austen in Winning Miss Winthrop?especially Persuasion in the first three quarters and a little Pride & Prejudice in the final pages. Yet Miller?s story is original and engaging (and ...

    Carolyn Miller never fails to stir my heart with her engaging Regency novels, and she has done it again with Winning Miss Winthrop. This delightful story has just right blend of family drama, faith, romance, and redemption. Separated by a heartbreaking misunderstanding in the past, Cat...

    "How could she bless others when God had removed all blessings from her?" Carolyn Miller's debut novel last year, The Elusive Miss Ellison, proved to this reader that she could do a Regency well indeed. My opinion has only been solidified with each successive book. I love a good Reg...

    Since reading Ms. Miller's first book, what has struck me as refreshing is her characters' integrity. They are never portrayed as perfect or unapproachable, but there is a noble air to them which is very much appreciated. It also, many times, sets the pace of the plot as the characters...

    When I first discovered Jane Austen, I was a young lady just beginning life. I adored Pride and Prejudice and longed for the day when my very own Darcy would appear. But as I have matured, and yes, found my own Darcy, I have learned to appreciate and sigh for those who need a second ch...

    Love love and love!! This is one of those stories where you feel that it was written just for you, I felt everything that Catherine felt, from anger to sadness to hope. What a wonderful reminder that sometimes the very circumstances that we think are going to break us can actually be t...

    Originally posted on Reveries Reviews. Title: Winning Miss Winthrop Author: Carolyn Miller Series: Regency Brides: Promise of Hope, #1 Genre: Christian Historical Romance Era: Regency Setting: English countryside, Bath Publisher: Kregel Publications Source: from...

    Persuasion is not my favourite Jane Austen novel. I find it frustrating, because the problems faced by the hero and heroine could be solved by one simple conversation. Unfortunately, Jane Austen lived in a society where men and women were unable to speak plainly to each other. That mea...

    Winning Miss Winthrop by Carolyn Miller With flowing prose true to the Regency time period, Carolyn Miller pens a tome in the vein of Jane Austen. Set in Gloucestershire and Bath, England in 1816, this novel is reminiscent of Persuasion with it?s estranged hero and heroine. A sec...

    3.5 stars I would like to thank netgalley and Kregel Publications for the opportunity to read this book. Catherine's father dies leaving her and her mother to move out of their comfortable home and into a small cottage to make room for Tue new Lord Winthrop. Jonathan inherits t...

    It was a great story, I just wish there was more interaction between the 2 MC's. ...

    Exquisite! Carolyn Miller's beautiful prose conveys her readers to the world of Regency England filled with rich historical detail and charm. As a fan of all things pertaining to Jane Austen, I was thrilled when I read Miller's debut novel. Oh, to have beautiful stories in the grand tr...

  • Kristin Davison
    Mar 04, 2018

    What a beautifully written story! If you like Jane Austen's "Persuasion," you will love "Winning Miss Winthrop!" "Winning Miss Winthrop" is the first book in a new series called "Regency Brides: A Promise of Hope." Ms. Miller writes a great story filled with a lot of faith content....

    Before I finished Carolyn Miller?s book and read the author?s note, I saw echoes of Jane Austen in Winning Miss Winthrop?especially Persuasion in the first three quarters and a little Pride & Prejudice in the final pages. Yet Miller?s story is original and engaging (and ...

    Carolyn Miller never fails to stir my heart with her engaging Regency novels, and she has done it again with Winning Miss Winthrop. This delightful story has just right blend of family drama, faith, romance, and redemption. Separated by a heartbreaking misunderstanding in the past, Cat...

    "How could she bless others when God had removed all blessings from her?" Carolyn Miller's debut novel last year, The Elusive Miss Ellison, proved to this reader that she could do a Regency well indeed. My opinion has only been solidified with each successive book. I love a good Reg...

    Since reading Ms. Miller's first book, what has struck me as refreshing is her characters' integrity. They are never portrayed as perfect or unapproachable, but there is a noble air to them which is very much appreciated. It also, many times, sets the pace of the plot as the characters...

    When I first discovered Jane Austen, I was a young lady just beginning life. I adored Pride and Prejudice and longed for the day when my very own Darcy would appear. But as I have matured, and yes, found my own Darcy, I have learned to appreciate and sigh for those who need a second ch...

    Love love and love!! This is one of those stories where you feel that it was written just for you, I felt everything that Catherine felt, from anger to sadness to hope. What a wonderful reminder that sometimes the very circumstances that we think are going to break us can actually be t...

    Originally posted on Reveries Reviews. Title: Winning Miss Winthrop Author: Carolyn Miller Series: Regency Brides: Promise of Hope, #1 Genre: Christian Historical Romance Era: Regency Setting: English countryside, Bath Publisher: Kregel Publications Source: from...

    Persuasion is not my favourite Jane Austen novel. I find it frustrating, because the problems faced by the hero and heroine could be solved by one simple conversation. Unfortunately, Jane Austen lived in a society where men and women were unable to speak plainly to each other. That mea...

    Winning Miss Winthrop by Carolyn Miller With flowing prose true to the Regency time period, Carolyn Miller pens a tome in the vein of Jane Austen. Set in Gloucestershire and Bath, England in 1816, this novel is reminiscent of Persuasion with it?s estranged hero and heroine. A sec...

    3.5 stars I would like to thank netgalley and Kregel Publications for the opportunity to read this book. Catherine's father dies leaving her and her mother to move out of their comfortable home and into a small cottage to make room for Tue new Lord Winthrop. Jonathan inherits t...

  • Fiction Aficionado
    Mar 29, 2018

    What a beautifully written story! If you like Jane Austen's "Persuasion," you will love "Winning Miss Winthrop!" "Winning Miss Winthrop" is the first book in a new series called "Regency Brides: A Promise of Hope." Ms. Miller writes a great story filled with a lot of faith content....

    Before I finished Carolyn Miller?s book and read the author?s note, I saw echoes of Jane Austen in Winning Miss Winthrop?especially Persuasion in the first three quarters and a little Pride & Prejudice in the final pages. Yet Miller?s story is original and engaging (and ...

    Carolyn Miller never fails to stir my heart with her engaging Regency novels, and she has done it again with Winning Miss Winthrop. This delightful story has just right blend of family drama, faith, romance, and redemption. Separated by a heartbreaking misunderstanding in the past, Cat...

    "How could she bless others when God had removed all blessings from her?" Carolyn Miller's debut novel last year, The Elusive Miss Ellison, proved to this reader that she could do a Regency well indeed. My opinion has only been solidified with each successive book. I love a good Reg...

    Since reading Ms. Miller's first book, what has struck me as refreshing is her characters' integrity. They are never portrayed as perfect or unapproachable, but there is a noble air to them which is very much appreciated. It also, many times, sets the pace of the plot as the characters...

    When I first discovered Jane Austen, I was a young lady just beginning life. I adored Pride and Prejudice and longed for the day when my very own Darcy would appear. But as I have matured, and yes, found my own Darcy, I have learned to appreciate and sigh for those who need a second ch...

    Love love and love!! This is one of those stories where you feel that it was written just for you, I felt everything that Catherine felt, from anger to sadness to hope. What a wonderful reminder that sometimes the very circumstances that we think are going to break us can actually be t...

    Originally posted on Reveries Reviews. Title: Winning Miss Winthrop Author: Carolyn Miller Series: Regency Brides: Promise of Hope, #1 Genre: Christian Historical Romance Era: Regency Setting: English countryside, Bath Publisher: Kregel Publications Source: from...

    Persuasion is not my favourite Jane Austen novel. I find it frustrating, because the problems faced by the hero and heroine could be solved by one simple conversation. Unfortunately, Jane Austen lived in a society where men and women were unable to speak plainly to each other. That mea...

    Winning Miss Winthrop by Carolyn Miller With flowing prose true to the Regency time period, Carolyn Miller pens a tome in the vein of Jane Austen. Set in Gloucestershire and Bath, England in 1816, this novel is reminiscent of Persuasion with it?s estranged hero and heroine. A sec...

    3.5 stars I would like to thank netgalley and Kregel Publications for the opportunity to read this book. Catherine's father dies leaving her and her mother to move out of their comfortable home and into a small cottage to make room for Tue new Lord Winthrop. Jonathan inherits t...

    It was a great story, I just wish there was more interaction between the 2 MC's. ...

    Exquisite! Carolyn Miller's beautiful prose conveys her readers to the world of Regency England filled with rich historical detail and charm. As a fan of all things pertaining to Jane Austen, I was thrilled when I read Miller's debut novel. Oh, to have beautiful stories in the grand tr...

    ?You have always, and will always, live within my heart?: ... My thoughts in a word? #Beautiful <3 Winning Miss Winthrop is Carolyn Miller 's fourth Regency and first in the new series "Regency Brides: A Promise of Hope". Those who have read Carolyn's earlier book...

    Every book by this author hits just the right note. They fit so nicely into the Regency time period without ever feeling that they are modern characters placed into a historical setting. In fact, the basis of the story wouldn't have happened in current times. I am not generally a fan o...

    Full review on Faithfully Bookish In a delightful Downton Abbey meets Pride and Prejudice mashup, Miller weaves a story with everything we love about Lizzie Bennet and Mr. Darcy in a Matthew and Mary Crawley-esque drama with rich layers and depth! Catherine Winthrop is a simply e...

    I have loved all of Carolyn Miller?s books and this one was no exception. I was captivated from the very start. My heart was carried along with Catherine?s as she struggled to let go of the past, find peace in God, and accept all He had for her. I loved that the hero, Jonathan, was...

    Travel back in time to the Regency Era where Miss Winthrop?s Story is brought to life by the skilled penmanship of Carolyn Miller. Visit Gloucestershire and Bath where the sights and sounds are brought to life and you can envision the Balls. This is a page turner that has you identif...

    Catherine and Jonathan are a perfect example of what happens when we do not communicate and make assumptions. It was great reconnecting with previous characters and viewing them with the new relationships. One of the things I love about Carolyn's stories is that the relationships are n...

    "Winning Miss Winthrop" is a Christian romance set in 1816 England. I prefer romances where the main characters are better people for having met each other, and this author's previous books have had this. However, I can only describe these main characters as becoming worse people from ...

    I started reading this book during my work week and had a bit of trouble really getting into it. I'm going to blame that on both life and the book itself. Life kept interfering with my reading time and the author writes for this time period so well that it took me a bit to settle in an...

    This first book in a new series by Carolyn Miller brings back beloved characters from the first series and also introduces some new characters that have their own appeal. Catherine Winthrop knows what it is like to have loved and lost a good man. She thought he loved her too, but one...

    Author Carolyn Miller has once again written a wonderful Regency drama that is full of intriguing characters, thought-provoking situations, and the underlying theme of grace and forgiveness. 'Winning Miss Winthrop' is set around Bath and Gloucestershire in 1816 during the time when soc...

    #WinningMissWinthrop #NetGalley publisher synopsis: Catherine Winthrop has cried out to God too many times to count. Years ago, the man who stole her heart rejected her--and she's never recovered. Now tragedy has brought him back into her life. This time it isn't her heart he's taki...

    Books like Winning Miss Winthrop remind me why Jane Austen and Georgette Heyer have been long-time favourite authors of mine. There?s something about Regency manners (and manors) that appeals to me on a visceral level, but while many modern-day authors are able to dress their stories...

  • Christy
    Apr 11, 2018

    What a beautifully written story! If you like Jane Austen's "Persuasion," you will love "Winning Miss Winthrop!" "Winning Miss Winthrop" is the first book in a new series called "Regency Brides: A Promise of Hope." Ms. Miller writes a great story filled with a lot of faith content....

    Before I finished Carolyn Miller?s book and read the author?s note, I saw echoes of Jane Austen in Winning Miss Winthrop?especially Persuasion in the first three quarters and a little Pride & Prejudice in the final pages. Yet Miller?s story is original and engaging (and ...

    Carolyn Miller never fails to stir my heart with her engaging Regency novels, and she has done it again with Winning Miss Winthrop. This delightful story has just right blend of family drama, faith, romance, and redemption. Separated by a heartbreaking misunderstanding in the past, Cat...

    "How could she bless others when God had removed all blessings from her?" Carolyn Miller's debut novel last year, The Elusive Miss Ellison, proved to this reader that she could do a Regency well indeed. My opinion has only been solidified with each successive book. I love a good Reg...

    Since reading Ms. Miller's first book, what has struck me as refreshing is her characters' integrity. They are never portrayed as perfect or unapproachable, but there is a noble air to them which is very much appreciated. It also, many times, sets the pace of the plot as the characters...

    When I first discovered Jane Austen, I was a young lady just beginning life. I adored Pride and Prejudice and longed for the day when my very own Darcy would appear. But as I have matured, and yes, found my own Darcy, I have learned to appreciate and sigh for those who need a second ch...

    Love love and love!! This is one of those stories where you feel that it was written just for you, I felt everything that Catherine felt, from anger to sadness to hope. What a wonderful reminder that sometimes the very circumstances that we think are going to break us can actually be t...

    Originally posted on Reveries Reviews. Title: Winning Miss Winthrop Author: Carolyn Miller Series: Regency Brides: Promise of Hope, #1 Genre: Christian Historical Romance Era: Regency Setting: English countryside, Bath Publisher: Kregel Publications Source: from...

    Persuasion is not my favourite Jane Austen novel. I find it frustrating, because the problems faced by the hero and heroine could be solved by one simple conversation. Unfortunately, Jane Austen lived in a society where men and women were unable to speak plainly to each other. That mea...

    Winning Miss Winthrop by Carolyn Miller With flowing prose true to the Regency time period, Carolyn Miller pens a tome in the vein of Jane Austen. Set in Gloucestershire and Bath, England in 1816, this novel is reminiscent of Persuasion with it?s estranged hero and heroine. A sec...

    3.5 stars I would like to thank netgalley and Kregel Publications for the opportunity to read this book. Catherine's father dies leaving her and her mother to move out of their comfortable home and into a small cottage to make room for Tue new Lord Winthrop. Jonathan inherits t...

    It was a great story, I just wish there was more interaction between the 2 MC's. ...

  • Jenny Glazebrook
    Mar 09, 2018

    What a beautifully written story! If you like Jane Austen's "Persuasion," you will love "Winning Miss Winthrop!" "Winning Miss Winthrop" is the first book in a new series called "Regency Brides: A Promise of Hope." Ms. Miller writes a great story filled with a lot of faith content....

    Before I finished Carolyn Miller?s book and read the author?s note, I saw echoes of Jane Austen in Winning Miss Winthrop?especially Persuasion in the first three quarters and a little Pride & Prejudice in the final pages. Yet Miller?s story is original and engaging (and ...

    Carolyn Miller never fails to stir my heart with her engaging Regency novels, and she has done it again with Winning Miss Winthrop. This delightful story has just right blend of family drama, faith, romance, and redemption. Separated by a heartbreaking misunderstanding in the past, Cat...

    "How could she bless others when God had removed all blessings from her?" Carolyn Miller's debut novel last year, The Elusive Miss Ellison, proved to this reader that she could do a Regency well indeed. My opinion has only been solidified with each successive book. I love a good Reg...

    Since reading Ms. Miller's first book, what has struck me as refreshing is her characters' integrity. They are never portrayed as perfect or unapproachable, but there is a noble air to them which is very much appreciated. It also, many times, sets the pace of the plot as the characters...

    When I first discovered Jane Austen, I was a young lady just beginning life. I adored Pride and Prejudice and longed for the day when my very own Darcy would appear. But as I have matured, and yes, found my own Darcy, I have learned to appreciate and sigh for those who need a second ch...

    Love love and love!! This is one of those stories where you feel that it was written just for you, I felt everything that Catherine felt, from anger to sadness to hope. What a wonderful reminder that sometimes the very circumstances that we think are going to break us can actually be t...

    Originally posted on Reveries Reviews. Title: Winning Miss Winthrop Author: Carolyn Miller Series: Regency Brides: Promise of Hope, #1 Genre: Christian Historical Romance Era: Regency Setting: English countryside, Bath Publisher: Kregel Publications Source: from...

    Persuasion is not my favourite Jane Austen novel. I find it frustrating, because the problems faced by the hero and heroine could be solved by one simple conversation. Unfortunately, Jane Austen lived in a society where men and women were unable to speak plainly to each other. That mea...

    Winning Miss Winthrop by Carolyn Miller With flowing prose true to the Regency time period, Carolyn Miller pens a tome in the vein of Jane Austen. Set in Gloucestershire and Bath, England in 1816, this novel is reminiscent of Persuasion with it?s estranged hero and heroine. A sec...

    3.5 stars I would like to thank netgalley and Kregel Publications for the opportunity to read this book. Catherine's father dies leaving her and her mother to move out of their comfortable home and into a small cottage to make room for Tue new Lord Winthrop. Jonathan inherits t...

    It was a great story, I just wish there was more interaction between the 2 MC's. ...

    Exquisite! Carolyn Miller's beautiful prose conveys her readers to the world of Regency England filled with rich historical detail and charm. As a fan of all things pertaining to Jane Austen, I was thrilled when I read Miller's debut novel. Oh, to have beautiful stories in the grand tr...

    ?You have always, and will always, live within my heart?: ... My thoughts in a word? #Beautiful <3 Winning Miss Winthrop is Carolyn Miller 's fourth Regency and first in the new series "Regency Brides: A Promise of Hope". Those who have read Carolyn's earlier book...

    Every book by this author hits just the right note. They fit so nicely into the Regency time period without ever feeling that they are modern characters placed into a historical setting. In fact, the basis of the story wouldn't have happened in current times. I am not generally a fan o...

    Full review on Faithfully Bookish In a delightful Downton Abbey meets Pride and Prejudice mashup, Miller weaves a story with everything we love about Lizzie Bennet and Mr. Darcy in a Matthew and Mary Crawley-esque drama with rich layers and depth! Catherine Winthrop is a simply e...

    I have loved all of Carolyn Miller?s books and this one was no exception. I was captivated from the very start. My heart was carried along with Catherine?s as she struggled to let go of the past, find peace in God, and accept all He had for her. I loved that the hero, Jonathan, was...

  • Beth Erin
    Apr 05, 2018

    What a beautifully written story! If you like Jane Austen's "Persuasion," you will love "Winning Miss Winthrop!" "Winning Miss Winthrop" is the first book in a new series called "Regency Brides: A Promise of Hope." Ms. Miller writes a great story filled with a lot of faith content....

    Before I finished Carolyn Miller?s book and read the author?s note, I saw echoes of Jane Austen in Winning Miss Winthrop?especially Persuasion in the first three quarters and a little Pride & Prejudice in the final pages. Yet Miller?s story is original and engaging (and ...

    Carolyn Miller never fails to stir my heart with her engaging Regency novels, and she has done it again with Winning Miss Winthrop. This delightful story has just right blend of family drama, faith, romance, and redemption. Separated by a heartbreaking misunderstanding in the past, Cat...

    "How could she bless others when God had removed all blessings from her?" Carolyn Miller's debut novel last year, The Elusive Miss Ellison, proved to this reader that she could do a Regency well indeed. My opinion has only been solidified with each successive book. I love a good Reg...

    Since reading Ms. Miller's first book, what has struck me as refreshing is her characters' integrity. They are never portrayed as perfect or unapproachable, but there is a noble air to them which is very much appreciated. It also, many times, sets the pace of the plot as the characters...

    When I first discovered Jane Austen, I was a young lady just beginning life. I adored Pride and Prejudice and longed for the day when my very own Darcy would appear. But as I have matured, and yes, found my own Darcy, I have learned to appreciate and sigh for those who need a second ch...

    Love love and love!! This is one of those stories where you feel that it was written just for you, I felt everything that Catherine felt, from anger to sadness to hope. What a wonderful reminder that sometimes the very circumstances that we think are going to break us can actually be t...

    Originally posted on Reveries Reviews. Title: Winning Miss Winthrop Author: Carolyn Miller Series: Regency Brides: Promise of Hope, #1 Genre: Christian Historical Romance Era: Regency Setting: English countryside, Bath Publisher: Kregel Publications Source: from...

    Persuasion is not my favourite Jane Austen novel. I find it frustrating, because the problems faced by the hero and heroine could be solved by one simple conversation. Unfortunately, Jane Austen lived in a society where men and women were unable to speak plainly to each other. That mea...

    Winning Miss Winthrop by Carolyn Miller With flowing prose true to the Regency time period, Carolyn Miller pens a tome in the vein of Jane Austen. Set in Gloucestershire and Bath, England in 1816, this novel is reminiscent of Persuasion with it?s estranged hero and heroine. A sec...

    3.5 stars I would like to thank netgalley and Kregel Publications for the opportunity to read this book. Catherine's father dies leaving her and her mother to move out of their comfortable home and into a small cottage to make room for Tue new Lord Winthrop. Jonathan inherits t...

    It was a great story, I just wish there was more interaction between the 2 MC's. ...

    Exquisite! Carolyn Miller's beautiful prose conveys her readers to the world of Regency England filled with rich historical detail and charm. As a fan of all things pertaining to Jane Austen, I was thrilled when I read Miller's debut novel. Oh, to have beautiful stories in the grand tr...

    ?You have always, and will always, live within my heart?: ... My thoughts in a word? #Beautiful <3 Winning Miss Winthrop is Carolyn Miller 's fourth Regency and first in the new series "Regency Brides: A Promise of Hope". Those who have read Carolyn's earlier book...

    Every book by this author hits just the right note. They fit so nicely into the Regency time period without ever feeling that they are modern characters placed into a historical setting. In fact, the basis of the story wouldn't have happened in current times. I am not generally a fan o...

    Full review on Faithfully Bookish In a delightful Downton Abbey meets Pride and Prejudice mashup, Miller weaves a story with everything we love about Lizzie Bennet and Mr. Darcy in a Matthew and Mary Crawley-esque drama with rich layers and depth! Catherine Winthrop is a simply e...

  • Abby Breuklander
    Mar 08, 2018

    What a beautifully written story! If you like Jane Austen's "Persuasion," you will love "Winning Miss Winthrop!" "Winning Miss Winthrop" is the first book in a new series called "Regency Brides: A Promise of Hope." Ms. Miller writes a great story filled with a lot of faith content....

    Before I finished Carolyn Miller?s book and read the author?s note, I saw echoes of Jane Austen in Winning Miss Winthrop?especially Persuasion in the first three quarters and a little Pride & Prejudice in the final pages. Yet Miller?s story is original and engaging (and ...

    Carolyn Miller never fails to stir my heart with her engaging Regency novels, and she has done it again with Winning Miss Winthrop. This delightful story has just right blend of family drama, faith, romance, and redemption. Separated by a heartbreaking misunderstanding in the past, Cat...

    "How could she bless others when God had removed all blessings from her?" Carolyn Miller's debut novel last year, The Elusive Miss Ellison, proved to this reader that she could do a Regency well indeed. My opinion has only been solidified with each successive book. I love a good Reg...

    Since reading Ms. Miller's first book, what has struck me as refreshing is her characters' integrity. They are never portrayed as perfect or unapproachable, but there is a noble air to them which is very much appreciated. It also, many times, sets the pace of the plot as the characters...

    When I first discovered Jane Austen, I was a young lady just beginning life. I adored Pride and Prejudice and longed for the day when my very own Darcy would appear. But as I have matured, and yes, found my own Darcy, I have learned to appreciate and sigh for those who need a second ch...

    Love love and love!! This is one of those stories where you feel that it was written just for you, I felt everything that Catherine felt, from anger to sadness to hope. What a wonderful reminder that sometimes the very circumstances that we think are going to break us can actually be t...

  • Paula Shreckhise
    Mar 26, 2018

    What a beautifully written story! If you like Jane Austen's "Persuasion," you will love "Winning Miss Winthrop!" "Winning Miss Winthrop" is the first book in a new series called "Regency Brides: A Promise of Hope." Ms. Miller writes a great story filled with a lot of faith content....

    Before I finished Carolyn Miller?s book and read the author?s note, I saw echoes of Jane Austen in Winning Miss Winthrop?especially Persuasion in the first three quarters and a little Pride & Prejudice in the final pages. Yet Miller?s story is original and engaging (and ...

    Carolyn Miller never fails to stir my heart with her engaging Regency novels, and she has done it again with Winning Miss Winthrop. This delightful story has just right blend of family drama, faith, romance, and redemption. Separated by a heartbreaking misunderstanding in the past, Cat...

    "How could she bless others when God had removed all blessings from her?" Carolyn Miller's debut novel last year, The Elusive Miss Ellison, proved to this reader that she could do a Regency well indeed. My opinion has only been solidified with each successive book. I love a good Reg...

    Since reading Ms. Miller's first book, what has struck me as refreshing is her characters' integrity. They are never portrayed as perfect or unapproachable, but there is a noble air to them which is very much appreciated. It also, many times, sets the pace of the plot as the characters...

    When I first discovered Jane Austen, I was a young lady just beginning life. I adored Pride and Prejudice and longed for the day when my very own Darcy would appear. But as I have matured, and yes, found my own Darcy, I have learned to appreciate and sigh for those who need a second ch...

    Love love and love!! This is one of those stories where you feel that it was written just for you, I felt everything that Catherine felt, from anger to sadness to hope. What a wonderful reminder that sometimes the very circumstances that we think are going to break us can actually be t...

    Originally posted on Reveries Reviews. Title: Winning Miss Winthrop Author: Carolyn Miller Series: Regency Brides: Promise of Hope, #1 Genre: Christian Historical Romance Era: Regency Setting: English countryside, Bath Publisher: Kregel Publications Source: from...

    Persuasion is not my favourite Jane Austen novel. I find it frustrating, because the problems faced by the hero and heroine could be solved by one simple conversation. Unfortunately, Jane Austen lived in a society where men and women were unable to speak plainly to each other. That mea...

    Winning Miss Winthrop by Carolyn Miller With flowing prose true to the Regency time period, Carolyn Miller pens a tome in the vein of Jane Austen. Set in Gloucestershire and Bath, England in 1816, this novel is reminiscent of Persuasion with it?s estranged hero and heroine. A sec...

  • Kellyn Roth
    Mar 11, 2018

    What a beautifully written story! If you like Jane Austen's "Persuasion," you will love "Winning Miss Winthrop!" "Winning Miss Winthrop" is the first book in a new series called "Regency Brides: A Promise of Hope." Ms. Miller writes a great story filled with a lot of faith content....

    Before I finished Carolyn Miller?s book and read the author?s note, I saw echoes of Jane Austen in Winning Miss Winthrop?especially Persuasion in the first three quarters and a little Pride & Prejudice in the final pages. Yet Miller?s story is original and engaging (and ...

    Carolyn Miller never fails to stir my heart with her engaging Regency novels, and she has done it again with Winning Miss Winthrop. This delightful story has just right blend of family drama, faith, romance, and redemption. Separated by a heartbreaking misunderstanding in the past, Cat...

    "How could she bless others when God had removed all blessings from her?" Carolyn Miller's debut novel last year, The Elusive Miss Ellison, proved to this reader that she could do a Regency well indeed. My opinion has only been solidified with each successive book. I love a good Reg...

    Since reading Ms. Miller's first book, what has struck me as refreshing is her characters' integrity. They are never portrayed as perfect or unapproachable, but there is a noble air to them which is very much appreciated. It also, many times, sets the pace of the plot as the characters...

    When I first discovered Jane Austen, I was a young lady just beginning life. I adored Pride and Prejudice and longed for the day when my very own Darcy would appear. But as I have matured, and yes, found my own Darcy, I have learned to appreciate and sigh for those who need a second ch...

    Love love and love!! This is one of those stories where you feel that it was written just for you, I felt everything that Catherine felt, from anger to sadness to hope. What a wonderful reminder that sometimes the very circumstances that we think are going to break us can actually be t...

    Originally posted on Reveries Reviews. Title: Winning Miss Winthrop Author: Carolyn Miller Series: Regency Brides: Promise of Hope, #1 Genre: Christian Historical Romance Era: Regency Setting: English countryside, Bath Publisher: Kregel Publications Source: from...

  • Brittany Searfoss
    Mar 26, 2018

    What a beautifully written story! If you like Jane Austen's "Persuasion," you will love "Winning Miss Winthrop!" "Winning Miss Winthrop" is the first book in a new series called "Regency Brides: A Promise of Hope." Ms. Miller writes a great story filled with a lot of faith content....

    Before I finished Carolyn Miller?s book and read the author?s note, I saw echoes of Jane Austen in Winning Miss Winthrop?especially Persuasion in the first three quarters and a little Pride & Prejudice in the final pages. Yet Miller?s story is original and engaging (and ...

    Carolyn Miller never fails to stir my heart with her engaging Regency novels, and she has done it again with Winning Miss Winthrop. This delightful story has just right blend of family drama, faith, romance, and redemption. Separated by a heartbreaking misunderstanding in the past, Cat...

    "How could she bless others when God had removed all blessings from her?" Carolyn Miller's debut novel last year, The Elusive Miss Ellison, proved to this reader that she could do a Regency well indeed. My opinion has only been solidified with each successive book. I love a good Reg...

    Since reading Ms. Miller's first book, what has struck me as refreshing is her characters' integrity. They are never portrayed as perfect or unapproachable, but there is a noble air to them which is very much appreciated. It also, many times, sets the pace of the plot as the characters...

    When I first discovered Jane Austen, I was a young lady just beginning life. I adored Pride and Prejudice and longed for the day when my very own Darcy would appear. But as I have matured, and yes, found my own Darcy, I have learned to appreciate and sigh for those who need a second ch...

    Love love and love!! This is one of those stories where you feel that it was written just for you, I felt everything that Catherine felt, from anger to sadness to hope. What a wonderful reminder that sometimes the very circumstances that we think are going to break us can actually be t...

    Originally posted on Reveries Reviews. Title: Winning Miss Winthrop Author: Carolyn Miller Series: Regency Brides: Promise of Hope, #1 Genre: Christian Historical Romance Era: Regency Setting: English countryside, Bath Publisher: Kregel Publications Source: from...

    Persuasion is not my favourite Jane Austen novel. I find it frustrating, because the problems faced by the hero and heroine could be solved by one simple conversation. Unfortunately, Jane Austen lived in a society where men and women were unable to speak plainly to each other. That mea...

    Winning Miss Winthrop by Carolyn Miller With flowing prose true to the Regency time period, Carolyn Miller pens a tome in the vein of Jane Austen. Set in Gloucestershire and Bath, England in 1816, this novel is reminiscent of Persuasion with it?s estranged hero and heroine. A sec...

    3.5 stars I would like to thank netgalley and Kregel Publications for the opportunity to read this book. Catherine's father dies leaving her and her mother to move out of their comfortable home and into a small cottage to make room for Tue new Lord Winthrop. Jonathan inherits t...

    It was a great story, I just wish there was more interaction between the 2 MC's. ...

    Exquisite! Carolyn Miller's beautiful prose conveys her readers to the world of Regency England filled with rich historical detail and charm. As a fan of all things pertaining to Jane Austen, I was thrilled when I read Miller's debut novel. Oh, to have beautiful stories in the grand tr...

    ?You have always, and will always, live within my heart?: ... My thoughts in a word? #Beautiful <3 Winning Miss Winthrop is Carolyn Miller 's fourth Regency and first in the new series "Regency Brides: A Promise of Hope". Those who have read Carolyn's earlier book...

    Every book by this author hits just the right note. They fit so nicely into the Regency time period without ever feeling that they are modern characters placed into a historical setting. In fact, the basis of the story wouldn't have happened in current times. I am not generally a fan o...

    Full review on Faithfully Bookish In a delightful Downton Abbey meets Pride and Prejudice mashup, Miller weaves a story with everything we love about Lizzie Bennet and Mr. Darcy in a Matthew and Mary Crawley-esque drama with rich layers and depth! Catherine Winthrop is a simply e...

    I have loved all of Carolyn Miller?s books and this one was no exception. I was captivated from the very start. My heart was carried along with Catherine?s as she struggled to let go of the past, find peace in God, and accept all He had for her. I loved that the hero, Jonathan, was...

    Travel back in time to the Regency Era where Miss Winthrop?s Story is brought to life by the skilled penmanship of Carolyn Miller. Visit Gloucestershire and Bath where the sights and sounds are brought to life and you can envision the Balls. This is a page turner that has you identif...

    Catherine and Jonathan are a perfect example of what happens when we do not communicate and make assumptions. It was great reconnecting with previous characters and viewing them with the new relationships. One of the things I love about Carolyn's stories is that the relationships are n...

    "Winning Miss Winthrop" is a Christian romance set in 1816 England. I prefer romances where the main characters are better people for having met each other, and this author's previous books have had this. However, I can only describe these main characters as becoming worse people from ...

    I started reading this book during my work week and had a bit of trouble really getting into it. I'm going to blame that on both life and the book itself. Life kept interfering with my reading time and the author writes for this time period so well that it took me a bit to settle in an...

    This first book in a new series by Carolyn Miller brings back beloved characters from the first series and also introduces some new characters that have their own appeal. Catherine Winthrop knows what it is like to have loved and lost a good man. She thought he loved her too, but one...