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Great characterisation and believable characters. There is some sensuality in this book, but no overt sexuality, which I prefer.
I loved the heroine Hannah, who seems forever to be getting into scrapes and whose sister despairs of ever being a lady. I read this book from cover to cover really quickly, it had me hooked and I wanted to know what would happen next.
If you love Regency Romance and Georgette Heyer, then this book will pleasantly surprise you.
"Good night , pumpkin"? In nineteen in century England? Even for most of the twentieth century they were only known from fairy stories, like Cinderella, and while "French kissing" (tongues) was known in Regency times, particularly in more "informal" relationships, it would certainly not have been tried by any gentleman on first approach to a gently bred maiden. I can remember my wife telling me about a contemporary of hers, even as late as the 1950s, who actually vomited the first time a boy tried to put his tongue in her mouth!
From somewhere near Oundle to "north of Lincoln" in under two hours? It's over 70 miles, for heaven's sake. No cartilage could average more than 35 miles an hour, even over modem paved roads let alone rural English roads in the early nineteenth century. Such a trip would have been a major expedition and taken the most of a day. Even a man on the back of a thoroughbred would not plan to do much more than fifty miles in a day.
Read the book by all means, but be prepared to be brought back to earth with a jarring thump every few pages.
I highly recommend lovers of romance to read this.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A light pleasant non taxing romance - a good holiday or relaxation reading. Reasonable characters, and just about believable plot.Published 12 months ago by C Watkins
Well written story with engaging characters and a gentle romance. The plot was very sweet and there was no graphic sex or violence.Published 14 months ago by Pam
Silly plot. Silly people. Poor understanding of spoken English and behaviour for the period it is set in. Wasted timePublished 16 months ago by Mr Will Duncan
Wonderful story. A sequel to 'A Garden Folly'. Nice to see a happy ending for the Earl of Strickland.Published 18 months ago by Mrs. Elizabeth Lucas
Disappointing. Itwascertainly not in the Regency style.Published 20 months ago by Suzanne Shillingford
IF I HAD READ THIS AS A BOOK I WOULD NOT HAVE BOUGHT THE KINDLE EDITION ALTHOUGH I ENJOYED ITPublished on 19 July 2014 by Ida Heywood
I like her way of writing and enjoy the period dramas that she creates.Don'y want to say any more. thanksPublished on 24 Jun. 2014 by Lesley Dalton
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