The Wary Widow (Regency Romance). 0451138058 (ISBN13: 9780451138057).
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As a Regency Romance, this is not exactly a fun read. In the Wary Widow she recycles one of her earlier books minor characters to be the hero. The book takes us through parts of France after the war, onto Vienna and then back to England
As a Regency Romance, this is not exactly a fun read. However, as a Gothic novel, it succeeds quite well, having all the necessary ingredients. The book takes us through parts of France after the war, onto Vienna and then back to England. There is a truly black villain, minor villains, and a wonderful character in Mrs. Potter who comes to their rescue. Both Alastair's and Cornelia's characters and their relationship are developed over the length of the book, and Lili, the girl who is to be rescued, is a delight, showing her own strength of character from time to time.
Sheila Frances Walsh (née O'Nions; 10 October 1928 – 20 January 2009) was a British writer of romance novels from 1975 to 2001; she also wrote as Sophie Leyton. In 1971, she joined the Southport Writers' Circle and was elected life president in 1986. In 1980 she became the vice-president of the Romantic Novelists' Association and later was the 13th elected Chairman (1985–1987).
You can’t throw a stone in the historical romance category without hitting a regency romance novel. There are, at a conservative estimate, approximately 85 million regency books at any given period. More come out practically every day; it’s by far the most popular historical sub-genre. Officially it occupies only the narrow slot between 1811 and 1820, when King George IV was Prince Regent. Enterprising authors have, however, managed to make it stretch from roughly 1800 to the 1830s (until Victoria comes along in 1837). Below is a selection of 15 of the best regency romance novels, which range.
The Wary Widow Jerrica Knight Catania This book is a work of fiction. living or dead, is purely coincidental. The Temptation of the Duke (Regency Romance). Names, characters, locations and events are either a product of the author’s imagination, fictitious or used. All rights reserved, including the right of reproduction in whole or part in any format. The Robber Bride (The Daring Debutantes, Book 1). The Wetherby Brides: Second Epilogues. How to Care for a Lady. More than a Governess (Regency Historical Romance). The Daring Debutantes Series Boxed Set.
Sheila Walsh, née Sheila Frances O'Nions (10 October 1928 – 20 January 2009) was a British writer of romance novels from 1975 to 2001; she also wrote as Sophie Leyton. In 1971, Sheila joined the Southport Writers' Circle and was elected life president in 1986 . The Diamond Waterfall Cousins of a Kind (1984). The Incorrigible Rake Improper Acquaintances (1984). The Wary Widow (1985). An Insubstantial Pageant (1986). Bath Intrigue (1986).
After the death of her husband, an elderly German baron, lovely young widow Baroness Lottie Raimund finds herself courted by Max Annesley, an arrogant Englishman, and the cynical, sophisticated Prince Paul von Bayersdorf. Very pleasant and slightly different Regency. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 12 years ago. Backflap: Miss Charlotte Weston was the lovely, sheltered seventee-year-old daughter of an English lord when the sudden death of her father and her swift marriage to an aging German nobleman made her the Baroness Lottie Raimund.
Jerrica Knight-Catania. Already, the drawing room was filled to the brim with Wetherbys, their offspring and close family friends or
Jerrica Knight-Catania. Already, the drawing room was filled to the brim with Wetherbys, their offspring and close family friends or. Andrew had just poured himself a glass of brandy when Michael pulled him aside. I should tell you that Elizabeth will be rather eager to be alone with you this evening, he said, taking a glass from Andrew. That isn’t really news, is it? She’s been trying to corner me for months. Michael looked at him, surprised. What do you mean by that? Surely you’ve at least.
Author: Sheila Walsh
Category: Literature and Fiction
Publisher: Berkley (September 3, 1985)
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