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by Susannah Carleton

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  • ISBN 0451208021
  • ISBN13 978-0451208026
  • Language English
  • Author Susannah Carleton
  • Publisher Signet; First Edition edition (February 4, 2003)
  • Formats rtf lit mobi lrf
  • Category Fiction
  • Subcategory Erotica
  • Size ePub 1195 kb
  • Size Fb2 1380 kb
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 206

When his father's will dictates that he select a bride from twenty young women - all of whom have been pre-selected and deemed worthy, Robert Symington, the Marquess of Elston, chooses Miss Karla Lane, a childhood friend who is being tormented by her vicious stepmother. Original.

Series: Signet Regency Romance. Mass Market Paperback: 240 pages. Ms. Carleton creates a delightful cast of characters in this dramatic and sometimes humorous traditional Regency tale.

Series: Signet Regency Romance. George is presented as an honorable, romantic hero, very protective of his loved ones, including Beth. Beth can't help but start feeling tender toward the earl, but is still confused by his impolite reaction to first meeting her. Secondary characters, especially that of the Scottish maid, Moira, who defects from Lady Arabella, are just as endearing as the main characters. George's friend Elston begs for his own story to be told.

The Marriage Campaign book. Published February 4th 2003 by Signet. The Marriage Campaign. Susannah Carleton discovered Regency romances at the ripe old age of 33 and promptly fell in love, since life among the ton in Regency England is such a diverting change from that of an engineer. Other books in the series. Books by Susannah Carleton.

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Perfect!Author Susannah Carleton has only written one other Regency that I am aware of. (See "A Scandalous Journey") Yet even after only two stories she has won me over as a fan! I can hardly wait for her next release. Readers, keep your eyes on this author. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 16 years ago. Robert Symington, the new Marquess of Elston, is in a bind.

Signet Books was an imprint of the New American Library (NAL), which was established as an autonomous American publishing house after branching off from its British-based parent company, Penguin Books. Signet had the longest running Regency series, beginning in the late 1970s and ending in February 2006. It generally published three books each month, though this varied over the years. Signet also produced reissues, both of their own previous releases as well as those of other publishers.

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Here are the best historical & regency romance novels that you’ll fall in love with again and again. When Marcus and Gwen, two intelligent, strong willed, but anti-marriage people start to develop an attraction to one another, they both want to run in the other direction

Here are the best historical & regency romance novels that you’ll fall in love with again and again. Author: Sandra Heath. When Marcus and Gwen, two intelligent, strong willed, but anti-marriage people start to develop an attraction to one another, they both want to run in the other direction. In the most old fashioned and romantic of ways, they slowly start to form the bonds that just may keep them together to the end. Vow.

ISBN 10: 0451207122 ISBN 13: 9780451207128. Publisher: Signet, 2002.

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Runeshaper
I really thought that I would like this book better than I did. I enjoyed the author's first book, A Scandalous Journey. This book takes place during the same time of the first book, and that was part of what made it confusing. The hero and the heroine of the first book play a large part, and it is disconcerting for them to be estranged, and not have their issues resolved, since the ending of the first book settled everything "happily ever after." I had a difficult time figuring out where this second book fit into the chronology--finally did, but it wasn't easy,and I felt like we were going over some old ground again. My main problem was that the hero spent a lot of the book travelling around, checking out all the prospective brides on a list that his father had willed to him, and there wasn't enough time spent on developing the romance between the hero and heroine. I actually thought one of the twins on the list, who was very musical, made a good match with him, and I didn't like how the author made her sister turn kind of nasty later, since they had both seemed nice at first. There was a part when the hero overheard another girl from the list talking with a friend, and decided to cross her off the list, based on what she said. Try as I might, I couldn't get the whole jist of the interaction, even though I re-read it. I think better editing would have helped the book, and focusing more on the two main characters would have made it a better love story. As it is, it is an entertaining look at regency society, but it fell a bit flat as a romance. I would still try another of the author's books in the future, as I am sure she is continuing to hone her skills, but I don't think I would re-read this book.
fetish
Robert Symington, Marquess of Elston, MUST choose a bride from a list of twenty names within one year, per a codicil in the will left by his father. He travels and meets each lady listed only to find himself horribly disappointed. That changed when he went to meet Miss Karolina "Karla" Lane, the daughter of the late Lord Padbury who had been a close friend of his own father. However, instead of meeting Karla, Lady Padbury kept pushing her own daughter, Lydia, at Robert. (Lydia is Karla's half-sister.)
Robert soon met "Catherine Lindquist", the governess, never suspecting that Catherine was really Karla. Since the death of Lord Padbury a few years earlier, Lady Padbury had treated Karla awfully. Lady Padbury's only thought was to make a grand match for Lydia. A lavish coming-out was made for Lydia in London and Lady Padbury's sight was set on Robert. However, Lady Jane Blackburn got into the picture to help Robert and Karla along.
I believe this book to be worth the whole five stars! Everyone loves tales like that of Cinderella and this one has all the ingredients of one. We have the wicked step-mother who cares only for her own daughter, the prince (or Marquess in this case) who searches for the perfect lady to be his bride, and the heroine, who is treated like dirt since the father died. See? Perfect!
Author Susannah Carleton has only written one other Regency that I am aware of. (See "A Scandalous Journey") Yet even after only two stories she has won me over as a fan! I can hardly wait for her next release. Readers, keep your eyes on this author. I have no doubt that the name of Susannah Carleton will become very well known to all readers of Regencies!
Keramar
Robert Symington, Marquess of Elston, MUST choose a bride from a list of twenty names within one year, per a codicil in the will left by his father. He travels and meets each lady listed only to find himself horribly disappointed. That changed when he went to meet Miss Karolina "Karla" Lane, the daughter of the late Lord Padbury who had been a close friend of his own father. However, instead of meeting Karla, Lady Padbury kept pushing her own daughter, Lydia, at Robert. (Lydia is Karla's half-sister.)
Robert soon met "Catherine Lindquist", the governess, never suspecting that Catherine was really Karla. Since the death of Lord Padbury a few years earlier, Lady Padbury had treated Karla awfully. Lady Padbury's only thought was to make a grand match for Lydia. A lavish coming-out was made for Lydia in London and Lady Padbury's sight was set on Robert. However, Lady Jane Blackburn got into the picture to help Robert and Karla along.
***** I believe this book to be worth the whole five stars! Everyone loves tales like that of Cinderella and this one has all the ingredients of one. We have the wicked step-mother who cares only for her own daughter, the prince (or Marquess in this case) who searches for the perfect lady to be his bride, and the heroine, who is treated like dirt since the father died. See? Perfect!
Author Susannah Carleton has only written one other Regency that I am aware of. (See "A Scandalous Journey: ISBN 0451207122) Yet even after only two stories she has won me over as a fan! I can hardly wait for her next release. Readers, keep your eyes on this author. I have no doubt that the name of Susannah Carleton will become very well known to all readers of Regencies! *****