Gwendolen download epub
by Clare Darcy
I took to reading Clare Darcy on the recommendation of people who consider her to be the closest to Georgette Heyer
I took to reading Clare Darcy on the recommendation of people who consider her to be the closest to Georgette Heyer. Well, she is nowhere near Heyer. While her heroines are generally vivacious and her heroes are always handsome, there is less wit and irony, and less attention to the historical details and social mores. The heroine Gwendolen starts the book engaged to a naval hero; her middle sister Jane has been a social success and returns home with a Marquess following her to propose marriage. She however is in love with the secretary on a neighboring estate. Jane however has several problems.
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I really like Clare Darcy's regencies - the style reminds me of Georgette Heyer.
Clare Darcy was the pseudonym used by the American novelist Mary Deasy (1914–1978) for her Regency Romance novels, . novels set in Regency England. She was born on May 20, 1914 in Cincinnati, Ohio, and died in Ohio in May 1978.
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Used availability for Clare Darcy's Gwendolen. November 1979 : UK Hardback.
Lady Ortilia and Mr. Hugh Quarters have three daughters. When the story opens the first and third daughter are respectably engaged. The oldest, Gwendolen has contracted a marriage with a naval captain- in large part because she admired Lord Nelson. The youngest is set to marry her childhood sweetheart.
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