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Marriage Lesson

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  • Posted November 20, 2012

    Enjoyable.

    This is a nice little read. I am rarely disappointed with Victoria Alexander.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 18, 2004

    I could not stop laughing

    I have never read a funnier scene then the 'Poet Highwayman' scene. I could not stop laughing. The romance was great and I truly recommend this book to anyone with a good sense of humor and anyone who loves romance.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    humorous Regency romance

    In 1819 England, Marquess Thomas Effington is upset with the notion of playing nursemaid to his own sister¿s three sister-in-laws. He feels it is not fair that he must keep his mother¿s promise just because she and his father are out of country as the Shelton sisters arrive in town. However, honor and his family name requires he must serve as host to the Shelton siblings. <P>Lady Marianne Shelton does not want a husband. Instead she writes scandalous stories involving ¿The Adventures of a Country Lady in London¿. The Ton wonders who the author is and who her guardian must be. Marianne wants to live and Thomas begins providing her lessons with his sensational kisses. As they fall in love, she reassesses her thoughts about marriage if Thomas is her husband caressing her. <P> THE MARRIAGE LESSON is a humorous Regency romance that is fun to read on two levels. The story line is an entertaining historical tale that sub-genre fans will enjoy. However, the plot satirizes the conventions of the era that is often hyperbolized by authors through the writings of Marianne. Though the romantic side of the relationship between the lead protagonists is not quite as strong as their overall bond, Victoria Alexander provides her audience an enchanting lesson on how to write an enjoyable, amusing tale of love. <P>Harriet Klausner

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