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  1. says:

    I've had this book for nearly 20 years now I picked it up on the free paperback exchange rack at the local library when I was in junior high never realizing until just now that it's apparently a pretty rare book that only had one printing I absolutely love the writing style the fantastic Regency era slang talking slum and the general upbeat tone of this book There's also a bit of a mystery just for extra fun I also like that it's a clean romance no heaving glistening bosoms and rampaging manhoods in this one Lenore Lanier is a wonderful character Widow of Captain Eric Lanier who was killed at the Battle of Bussaco in the Penninsular War she is sweet and kind without being cloying witty and sassy without being vulgar She stands up for herself in a very satisfying way even to the duke The Dour Duke Myles Duke of Asherwood is rather a pain at first he has his reasons or at least he thinks that he does and it's fun to watch him lighten up as the book goes on There are times when you can feel his frustration with the hey go mad people around him his two sons and Lenore in particular Mamere is definitely my favourite character however Oh the stories she could tell Why her grandmother was Jilly Griftight's abigail who seduced Jilly's brotherMamere always refers to the duke as Bunky his childhood nickname which irritates him no end She also calls her grandsons Eric and Alfred Lanier the Lobcock and the Twiddlepoop which makes me giggle every time Really though what keeps bringing me back to this book is the language Faradiddle kind of an oh phooey phrase plant a facer on him punch someone hey gone mad being goofy or wild and crazy bang up to the echo wonderful dicked in the nob wrong in the head gone crazy being missish whining crying fussing brangled argued knocked me bandy thoroughly surprised flown into alt punting on the river Tick goinggone broke draw claret draw blood literally or figuratively etc I find these and dozens of others to be absolutely fascinating and I wonder when we started describing everything as cool or awesome neither of which is particularly colourful or descriptive of much of anything


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    A mad romp Don't let the cover fool you This story is much better than you'd imagine Ms Garratt has an excellent grasp of the language and s of the haut ton in Regency England I have read this book several times Does this site have a re read shelf?This book is the total antithesis of the Amanda Cross book I am also reading which is a feminist literary mystery I like the variety


  3. says:

    An Adorable old regency style romance forgot I had it on a shelf If you can find it its a fun read its not rocket science and some of the sensibilities might be a bit skewed but its still fun


  4. says:

    I too have owned this book for about 40 years and periodically go back to read it Love the story the history and the tone A great read


  5. says:

    enjoyed itmain character was likable


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