The Convenient Marriage

The Convenient Marriage

Book - 1934 & 2000
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Georgette Heyer is considered the creator of the modern Regency genre, and everyone else is a poor imitation. From her first book in 1935 she established herself as the expert in the field. Her books are hot commodities, especially since many of them have been out of print for some time.
Publisher: New York Harlequin Books; 1934 & 2000.
ISBN: 9780373834457
0373834454
Branch Call Number: Hey
Characteristics: 403 p.

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Booksss14
Jul 18, 2017

Absolutely wonderfully adorable! I fell in love with Lord Rule almost at first sight. He was perfect. Horry, too, was quite sweet towards the end. Quite an exciting and cute book. Positively delightful!

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macrw3
Feb 14, 2015

Loved it. Heroine has amazing eyebrows and a stammer. She's absolutely adorable!

bwortman Jul 12, 2013

A delectable read I devoured over the course of two days, Horatia and Lord Rule are both charming characters and the plot is quite a bit more action packed than other Heyers I've read. The novel also varies from the norm in that it begins with a marriage rather than ending with one. With a fun cast of supporting characters (my personal favourite being Horatia's gambling and drink-prone brother, Pelham) the novel was just the light and fast read I needed.

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