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Two sisters, one Season. Chloe won't be content with her first Season unless she catches the eye--and the heart--of the ton's most wealthy, most handsome, most interesting bachelor. And she has no intention of sitting around waiting to be noticed. Phaedra just wants the Season to end so she can return to the country, unburdened with anything so useless as a husband. The only thing interesting about London is its cultural treasures, which she intends to sample liberally. The men in the sisters' court aren't quite ...
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A Sisterly Regard

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Overview

Two sisters, one Season. Chloe won't be content with her first Season unless she catches the eye--and the heart--of the ton's most wealthy, most handsome, most interesting bachelor. And she has no intention of sitting around waiting to be noticed. Phaedra just wants the Season to end so she can return to the country, unburdened with anything so useless as a husband. The only thing interesting about London is its cultural treasures, which she intends to sample liberally. The men in the sisters' court aren't quite sure what to make of them. Lord Wilderlake is intrigued, Mr. Dervigne intends seduction, the Earl of Everingham is enchanted, Mr. Martin wants a big sister, and Reggie Farwell is merely amused. Faced with such an assortment of suitors, how can Chloe and Phaedra realize their dreams? Only time--and the course of true love--will tell.
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Jane Bowers
...an exceptionally fine example of a traditional Regency romance. The settings, customs, and mores displayed are those we've come to expect of the era...highly original in its situations and characterizations. While human emotions are basic, we know they are subject to molding by environment, and Ms. Glad understands that very well. Her delightful characters-driven novel reflects her familiarity with the Regency of Jane Austen and Georgette Heyer.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781601740168
  • Publisher: Uncial Press
  • Publication date: 4/13/2007
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 608 KB

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