A Lady’s Guide to Fortune-Hunting: The Sunday Times #3 Bestseller - a swoonworthy regency romance. ‘Will fill the Bridgerton-shaped hole in your life’ Red

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A Lady’s Guide to Fortune-Hunting: The Sunday Times #3 Bestseller - a swoonworthy regency romance. ‘Will fill the Bridgerton-shaped hole in your life’ Red

A Lady’s Guide to Fortune-Hunting: The Sunday Times #3 Bestseller - a swoonworthy regency romance. ‘Will fill the Bridgerton-shaped hole in your life’ Red

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Ms Irvin doesn't need them to consummate anything because she is quite skillfully fanning the flames through other means, and the repertoire is ample. The only person she can’t fool is Lord Radcliffe, who sees straight through her plans, and is determined to stop her at any cost. Unlike Heyer, there is no on-page bigotry, thankfully (though the world is very white and straight, like most trad pub historical romances). De hecho se cuece a fuego muy lento lo que hay entre Kitty y lord Radcliffe, casi hasta el final y aviso de que es novela blanca.

there, moving us from one scene to the next, with little tension or excitement or literally anything that would make you invested in what's going on. Además, los capítulos están narrados por varios personajes así que conocemos los puntos de vistas de todos y eso me ha encantado porque hace la historia más completa. Kitty has never been one to back down from a challenge, so she leaves home and heads toward the most dangerous battleground in all of England: the London season.

After her parent’s death, Kitty was left with debts, four sisters to support and a goal to marry rich so that her sisters would have a place to live.

Kitty e Jamie são fantásticos juntos, apesar de demorar bastante e serem os últimos a se aperceberem disso. Come down the travelators, exit Sainsbury's, turn right and follow the pedestrianised walkway to Crown Walk and turn right - and Coles will be right in front of you. La pluma de la autora me ha fascinado, ligera, ingeniosa, adictiva, con buenos diálogos, descripciones justas y personajes increíbles.She's got just twelve weeks to find a rich husband and save her sisters - and she must use every ounce of cunning and ingenuity she possesses to climb London society if she is to succeed.

i do love how easily they can talk with each other, which is important, and how easy is to be together and A TEAM! Infelizmente, o seu noivo, cancela o casamento e Kitty vê-se obrigada a ir para a temporada londrina à procura de marido. Miss Irvin, you must, I do beg you, tell us what happened to Cecy and Montagu, how life has treated sweet Beatrice and romantic Jane. All of Kitty's potential suitors also blended into one, as did her sisters (not that we see any of them except Cecily). I won’t mince words here: this was a very, very bland book, not a single shred of personality to be found anywhere.Her love and passion for historical fiction bring a breath of fresh air and a contemporary energy to the genre, and Sophie hopes to transport readers to a time when ballrooms were more like battlegrounds. It is nice to read a book about how to reach for your dreams (needs) in a time when the only ways available for young lady to keep her family together was to marry money. The plot is just kind of… there, moving us from one scene to the next, with little tension or excitement or literally anything that would make you invested in what’s going on. Radcliffe’s banter with Kitty is charming and their strong love-hate connection is what elevates the story further.

All things seem to be going her way until a veteran of Waterloo catches wind of what she might be plotting. Oh, don't get me wrong, there was still London, and the haut ton, and the season and the lot of it, but outside of those historical props and settings, the people in there were thoroughly and utterly modern. A Regency Romance where the eldest daughter of a family of five girls must marry for money or she and her sisters will be homeless.I had heard much praise for Sophie Irwin's debut novel, and whilst I wouldn't rank her among Heyer or Austen, this was certainly a delightfully fun read. Even the name of two of the sisters – Kitty and Jane – were the same, though it struck me as hilarious that the Kitty in this book was the responsible go-getter and Jane was the youngest.



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