Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: March 1st 2003
Pages no: 331
Edition language: English
Series: Regencies (#3)
13/11 - So light it was like fairy floss. Light on the romance and light on the plot believability. The heroine, Georgiana, spent the whole book believing there was no way the hero, Dominic, could actually be in love with her. She came up with all kinds of crazy reasons for her disbelief - in love w...
Miss Georgiana Hartley is just back from Italy, having lived there for many years with her father who is now deceased. Her cousin is determined to compromise her so she flees to a nearby estate, that of Lord Alton, not knowing that he is a bachelor. She has a plan to become a lady’s companion or m...
Complete fluff, too light even for brain candy. No serious, compelling plot. A heroine who's tstl for a Regency. Main male lead is a wordly man of the ton, who is considerably older and wiser than the heroine, yet he inexplicably feels a pull towards her anyway. Utterly unbelievable love story.
3.8. Early Laurens but really nice. Reminded me a bit of Georgette Heyer's Arabella.
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