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The Foundling

The Duke of Sale for all of his twenty-four years has been pampered, indulged, cosseted, and dictated to. A sickly youngster, “he was the Most Noble Adolphus Gillespie Vernon Ware, Duke of Sale and Marquis of Ormesby; Earl of Sale; … Continue reading

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The Reluctant Widow

Miss Elinor Rochdale is, at 26, for all intents and purposes, ‘on the shelf’. Elinor’s father has died, leaving her penniless from his gambling debts. With no other option left to her, Elinor applies (and secures) for a position as … Continue reading

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Arabella by Georgette Heyer

Arabella by Georgette Heyer My rating: 4 of 5 stars I am slowly making my way through Georgette Heyer’s novels. Not having read much of her before, I am finding that I am pleasantly surprised by her detail and knowledge … Continue reading

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April Lady by Georgette Heyer

An easy, entertaining read! Lady Cardross has a problem. She has promised her husband that she will always be honest with him, especially with her expenditures (money is not a problem but her shopping can quickly get out of hand). … Continue reading

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Library Loot

We went to the library and I found some new books in to try! This is what I found: I am going to give another Georgette Heyer’s “Black Sheep” a try. I am reading the “Lost Lake” one right now, … Continue reading

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Georgette Heyer, “The Toll-Gate”

Ok, folks.  I am thinking about giving up on this one. I enjoy reading.  I like historical fiction.  So far, I have read three Georgette Heyer books and mostly liked them, although the Regency era is not really my favorite … Continue reading

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Sprig Muslin

Sprig Muslin by Georgette Heyer My rating: 3 of 5 stars I have been introduced to Georgette Heyer from reading very enthusiastic reviews, on several book review blogs. “Sprig Muslin” is the third Regency era novel of hers that I … Continue reading

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