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Consume chocolate Certainly her modish new appearance has nothing to do with the attentions of Lord Dangerfield a wicked man of the world who has designs on the fair Susan but spends an inordinate amount of time trying to convince Harriet of his all too obvious attributes.. A delightful and funny story of love in Regency England Spinster by choice Harriet Tremayne is talked into sponsoring her niece for the upcoming season by her hypochondriac sis

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HE WAS ATTRACTIVE ENOUGH TO TEMPT EVEN A VERY DEDICATED BLUESTOCKINGA woman of independent means with a healthy dose of cynicism about the male population Harriet Tremayne is content with her circle of spinster friends and their devotion to literature women's rights and oth. Funnier than most of Chesney I have read She wondered what illness Mary had found to put on for her sister dressed herself in various ailments with all the enthusiasm of

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Er intellectual interests However when she undertakes a London Season for her beautiful but featherbrained niece she concedes she must appear less a bluestocking and a fashion plate to The Chocolate PDF or successfully sponsor an impossible miss whose only real desire is to. Sounded great and started off great but ended up being so so


10 thoughts on “The Chocolate Debutante

  1. says:

    Rating 3 12The h was extremely annoying due to her self inflicted sheltered lifestyle but her niece and charge Susan made everything fun and worthwhile She was mixture of shrewdness and a load of surprises The H was awesome and amazi

  2. says:

    Funnier than most of Chesney I have read She wondered what illness Mary had found to “put on” for her sister dressed herself in various ailments with all the enthusiasm of a fashion conscious dandy sporting a new waistcoatTwo charming and

  3. says:

    HilariousOne of those books that are just outright fantastical in its plot and somehow makes you laugh for the sheer outrageousness of it Protagonist has been left in charge of her niece a girl who's addicted to chocolate and can't eat it enough So she has to devise a way to marry off the girl

  4. says:

    uick read I liked it well enough I do however always find it strange that a heroine starts off in the book all starchy and wise only to end up losing the ability to use her brain later on in the book Oh well I breezed through it and will look for other books by this author

  5. says:

    I didn't just laugh I cackled While I would never say this book is good it is absolutely hilarious The niece eats a centerpiece I already have a definite weakness for Regency romances and I couldn't sleep This turned out to be the perfect choice

  6. says:

    Sounded great and started off great but ended up being so so

  7. says:

    Had I the benefit of the paperback cover I might not have listened to this frankly repetitive vulgar and rather lame duck of a novel The only reason I finished listening to it was the reader's performance A woman in the Regency who thanks to an inheritance not being reuired by money to marry has settled in as a bluestocking She's content to read and write and discuss women's rights with her friends One day her sister married with several c

  8. says:

    A delightful and funny story of love in Regency England Spinster by choice Harriet Tremayne is talked into sponsoring her niece for the upcoming season by her hypochondriac sister Harriet's niece though beautiful is a feather brain who loves chocolate and abhors bathing Harriet has her hands full she concedes she must appear less a bluestocking and fashionable to successfully sponsor her niece On top of all t

  9. says:

    Not bad if read as a tongue in cheek spoof on romance novels The main character starts off as a very level headed woman although very naive in

  10. says:

    Marion Chesney MC Beaton has been a favourite of mine for escapist reading I have lately gone off even though all the kindle books did their job for bedtime readingAnd the majority of her books have been on audio from the library which again I enjoyed when going through the first fifteen years of audiobook listening

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