Regency Delightsby Patricia Rice
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Three Regency novellas by Patricia Rice: "Something Borrowed," "Fathers and Daughters," and "Deceiving Appearances." Originally published by Signet in the collections A Regency Valentine, A Wedding Bouquet and Full Moon Magic.
- Belgrave House
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Three charming stories, well written and fortunately lacking the seemingly obligatory seduction scenes. Love and seduction are there, you feel for the characters, but there is no need to describe the joining to the last pant in a novelette. Read them and get carried away into a time long past that makes us grateful for our modern lives with rights for women.
Looking for more Patricia Rice books, love all three stories but particularly the third story, a little different than usual. Stories are Something Borrowed, Fathers and Daughters, and Deceiving Appearances.
There is nothing on the B&N webpage to show that these have been published previously in the following anthologies, all by I believe Signet Regency (with my own system of rating the stories - gd/ok through exc): Something Borrowed (A Wedding Bouquet; rated gd+++), Fathers and Daughters (Regency Valentine, 1992 Signet; rated gd++), and Deceiving Appearances (Full Moon Magic; rated gd+)