The Courtesan's Wager

The Courtesan's Wager

by Claudia Dain

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Overview

If Lady Amelia Caversham is to marry before another Season passes, she'd better find help-namely, that of the infamous courtesan-turned matchmaker Sophia Dalby. But even Amelia is shocked when Lady Dalby informs her that they will hold interview for the position. And most shocking of all? Only Dukes need apply.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780425225806
Publisher: Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date: 02/03/2009
Series: Courtesan Series , #3
Edition description: Original
Pages: 368
Product dimensions: 5.40(w) x 8.20(h) x 1.20(d)
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Claudia Dain is a historical romance author. Her works include the Courtesan Chronicles, Warrior Knights, Wild Americans, and Lone Warriors series. A graduate of the University of Southern California, she now lives with her husband in North Carolina. She also writes as Claudia Welch.

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harstan More than 1 year ago
In 1802 London, Lady Amelia Caversham perfectly meets the criteria for a duchess. She has excellent breeding as the daughter of a duke, no whiff of scandal, polite, and most important is that she has a sizable dowry. In spite of her assets, no male seems interested in her.

She decides she needs help from a professional when it comes to the males of the Ton. She asks notorious courtesan turned notorious matchmaker Lady Sophia Dalby to assist her. Dalby agrees feeling this will liven up a slow season. She arranges interviews of men who must meet her eligibility criteria to become Amelia¿s husband. The Ton explodes with delight and men line up for the job. Alas only Lord Cranleigh refuses to make a fool of himself except wanting to protect his reticent younger brother from doing so. His plan is to seduce the twit only he finds the seduction too enticing to walk away from.

Once again though a secondary player, Dalby steals the show (see THE COURTESAN'S DAUGHTER and THE COURTESAN'S SECRET) in this well written amusing Regency romance. The frolic is fast-paced from the moment a desperate Amelia turns to the notorious one and never slows from that first encounter. Readers will enjoy this terific jocular caper as Cranleigh¿s behaves as amusingly shameful as Dalby and Amelia do.

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Pat76 More than 1 year ago
See my review on the 1st book in the series The Courtesan's Daughter. You will see why
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