Miss Treadwell's Talent

Miss Treadwell's Talent

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by Barbara Metzger
     
 

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Still unwed at twenty-one, an unconventional high-
spirited woman finds her affections sought by a handsome,
devilishly charming Earl, who is nicknamed "The Ideal" by the
ton--for his combination of wealth and looks. Though at first
she fights his advances, slowly she forms a heated alliance
with him. But sparring with words soon turns into a

Overview

Still unwed at twenty-one, an unconventional high-
spirited woman finds her affections sought by a handsome,
devilishly charming Earl, who is nicknamed "The Ideal" by the
ton--for his combination of wealth and looks. Though at first
she fights his advances, slowly she forms a heated alliance
with him. But sparring with words soon turns into a succumbing
passion...


Editorial Reviews

Melinda Helfer
Readers will relish the clever heroine and zesty dialogue.
Romantic Times

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780451198167
Publisher:
Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date:
08/01/1999
Series:
Signet Regency Romance Series
Pages:
224
Product dimensions:
7.00(w) x 5.00(h) x 1.00(d)
Age Range:
1 Year

Meet the Author

Barbara Metzger is the author of more than two dozen Regency romances, and the proud recipient of a Romantic Times Career Achievement Award for Regencies. When not writing Regencies or reading them, she paints, gardens, volunteers at the local library, and goes beachcombing on the beautiful Long Island shore with her little dog, Hero. She loves to hear from her readers, care of Signet or through her Web site.

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Miss Treadwell's Talent 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This Metzger romance uses a household of odd aristocrats as the stage for an up and down romance between a daughter of the house (alternately adotable and mutton-headed) and a Corinthian who believes himself committed to the missing daughter of a duke. The lady of the house is a 'medium', who helps her fellows find misplaced people and valuables, and there's a good deal of fun interpreting instructions from the beyond. Moves a bit more slowly, with fewer changes of scene than other Metzgers, and you can see the end coming almost from the outset, but still fun.