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Once or twice, ok. But six times or more?! Just annoying. Overall, I enjoyed this book though I was tempted to put it down more than once. View all 3 comments. Jan 12, Cindy rated it really liked it. Nicely done Christian mystery with twists. Love reading her novels. Recommended as usual for this author. Nov 13, Cintia rated it liked it Shelves: read-in-english. This is the kind of book the three-star GoodReads rating is reserved for. Did I like it? Yes, and no.

Jun 20, Haley S rated it liked it Shelves: romance , historical. This was a good historical romance. However, the main character Mia was quite annoying. No female of that time would do some of the things she did, no matter how headstrong or stubborn. It was too over-the-top in my opinion what she did. But, overall, it was a cute read! Apr 12, Carrie rated it really liked it Shelves: historical-fiction , christian-fiction , tower-team , kindle-loan , philadelphia. A lady of High Regard takes place in Philadelphia, it deals with areas that a lady of higher standing shouldn't be sticking her nose into.

Because after all it isn't proper for women to get involved in such matters of oppression and poverty. She is to be home having tea parties with her friends and gossiping about the latest fashions from Paris. Mai lives a comfortable life, and hadn't realized that in her own town just a few blocks from her home down on the docks, people are living in A lady of High Regard takes place in Philadelphia, it deals with areas that a lady of higher standing shouldn't be sticking her nose into.

Mai lives a comfortable life, and hadn't realized that in her own town just a few blocks from her home down on the docks, people are living in poverty, barely getting by. Women are left alone to raise a handful of children while the husband has either passed on or are away working on the boats. They can not afford to pay the rent collector, feed their children and pay off their husbands debt.

So they are forced to pay in other ways, the men force themselves and make them pay with their bodies or take away a child to sell in labor to pay it off.

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Through her work with Godey's Lady's Book magazine, she finds about the seaman's wives and is determined to help them. She dresses below her station to find out more about what happens down on the docks, she wants to so desperately help these women and way she can, but in doing so is she is putting herself in many dangers. Will they ever see it and will they get the chance to express their feelings before it is too late?

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I really enjoyed this book and I look forward to reading more books by Tracie Peterson. I listened to the audiobook of this Christian romance and I was infuriated by both the writing, and to a lesser degree, the audiobook reader. The book itself starred a heroine who repeatedly made stupid choices and had to be rescued by the men in her life, which made me feel this book must have been written decades ago, but, no, it was published in Next, the men in her life her father and the love interest continually patronized her and talked down to her in the name of "looking out for I listened to the audiobook of this Christian romance and I was infuriated by both the writing, and to a lesser degree, the audiobook reader.

Next, the men in her life her father and the love interest continually patronized her and talked down to her in the name of "looking out for her".

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There's even a hideous scene where the men talk to each other and agree that someone needs to get her well in hand. Basically, this book was a lot of me driving and yelling at my CD player. It got so bad that I almost didn't listen to the last CD. Plus the storyline is filled with noblesse oblige, as Mia works to help "those poor women at the docks. Finally, the narrator of the audiobook delineated her characters well, but her voice for the hero made him sound so old and stodgy that his value as a love interest was lost. Not recommended.

Jun 04, Marie rated it it was ok. Very predictable. The most interesting story line followed the poor sea men's wives, but unfortunately the book focused on Miss Prim and Proper Mia Stanley. Very boring. Too much time was spent detailing her lavish life of society. It would have been much more interesting had it focused on those actually suffering. The life of a woman trying to survive a low-paying dangerous factory job while caring for her many children and having to deal with horrifying corruption sounds far more intriguing Very predictable.

The life of a woman trying to survive a low-paying dangerous factory job while caring for her many children and having to deal with horrifying corruption sounds far more intriguing than tea parties and shopping trips. Additionally, I listened to the audio version of this book and would not recommend it. The narrator is so boring that she only adds to the often monotonous tone of the book. Mar 29, Jtreed06 rated it really liked it. I loved how clean this book was. Its always a risk to check a book out from the library without a recommendation from someone you trust.

This one caught my attention so I gave it a try. I really enjoyed it. The author is obviously religious and talks about the importance of prayer. There were no language issues or questionable scenes. It was set in Philadelphia during the 's. The story reminded me of a Jane Austen plot but was not near the caliber as Jane Austen novels. Still I enjoyed it I loved how clean this book was.

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Still I enjoyed it and I want to read some more of her books now. Feb 25, Cara rated it did not like it. Yet I had to finish it. But just one.

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I love how Tracie Peterson tells a story with a lesser known part of history woven into it. Great story! Sep 17, Nancy rated it it was amazing. This was a good book, the plot was gripping and the descriptions of life among high society were a delight to read about.

The main focus was Mia Stanley, the headstrong, intelligent, and courageous daughter of a wealthy family. I identifed easily with Mia, and the other characters were convincingly portrayed as authentic individuals.

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The plot, based on historical fact, kept me very interested. As Mia got more concerned with and involved in helping alleviate the plight of the seamen's wives and This was a good book, the plot was gripping and the descriptions of life among high society were a delight to read about. As Mia got more concerned with and involved in helping alleviate the plight of the seamen's wives and children of Philadelphia's seaports, the whole story drew me into the world of contrasts between the impoverished and the elite, the ensnared and the free.

I think what most readers who criticized this book were missing was the historical significance of the story! Mia worked as a writer for Godey's Lady's Book, which was one of the most widely read, sought after and popular magazines of the decade! Don't people know about history any more?