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The Black Moth-A Romance of the XVIII Century w/ Direct link technology (A Romantic Adventure) - Georgette Heyer
The Black Moth-A Romance of the XVIII Century w/ Direct link technology (A Romantic Adventure)
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Jack Carstares, disgraced eldest son of the Earl Wyncham, returns home in secret to live as a highwayman, the only way he can remain in the land he loves. Injured while foiling the abduction of beautiful Diana Beauleigh by the infamous Duke of Andover, Jack is taken in by Diana's Aunt Betty, and... show more
Jack Carstares, disgraced eldest son of the Earl Wyncham, returns home in secret to live as a highwayman, the only way he can remain in the land he loves. Injured while foiling the abduction of beautiful Diana Beauleigh by the infamous Duke of Andover, Jack is taken in by Diana's Aunt Betty, and his recovery is surrounded by mystery and intrigue.
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Format: Nook
ISBN: 2940013008236
Publisher: New Century Books
Edition language: English
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Olga Godim
Olga Godim rated it
4.0 Heroes or not
This was the first novel by Heyer, and also it had its share of problems, it read very well, showing the hand of the future master of the romance genre. The novel is set not during Regency – that period will be introduced into Heyer’s fiction later – but vaguely in the middle of the 18th century. Tr...
Pinkkitty
Pinkkitty rated it
2.5 The Black Moth
My dear Mrs. Girraffee introduced me to this author. This is not one i was able to finish. I have enjoyed all the other books by this author. I intend to try again to read this book.
Wyvernfriend Reads
Wyvernfriend Reads rated it
4.0 Black Moth
Fun, regency romance by the master.
Peregrinations
Peregrinations rated it
Wonderful narrator. Fun book. It was her first. Rather well done for such a young writer.
wealhtheow
wealhtheow rated it
When he was young, Jack Carstares took the blame when his younger brother was caught cheating at cards. He was ostracized from society and fled to the Continent, where he eventually made his fortune gambling and teaching fencing. Now he has returned to England, where he plays at being a highwayman...
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