The School for Heiresses

The School for Heiresses

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The School for Heiresses 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 24 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I read this before I read the entire series and if I had just based my opinion off of this book I would never have read the entire series. Sabrina Jeffries story was good but I didn't like the others at all. I ended up not even getting through the entire book and I don't even own it anymore because it was that bad. If it just had the story by Sabrina Jeffries in it, it would be worth buying but otherwise I would just try to borrow it from the library if you really want to read it.
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curlyloulou More than 1 year ago
I've said it many times but I don't like these books full of "mini stories". Not my thing...they always feel rushed and lame. This one wasn't any better. I was very disappointed in Renee Bernard...she is usually really good....
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Guest More than 1 year ago
Please, will someone tell me what has happened to Regency novels? I have always loved reading them, until recently. In the past year they have become WAY to explicit and I actually threw this one out after reading the first two stories.
harstan More than 1 year ago
¿Ten Reasons to Stay¿ by Sabrina Jeffries. Students are leaving Mrs. Harris's School for Young Ladies to go home for the Yuletide holidays. However, not all want to go home as Eliza Crenshawe knows awaiting her there is her odious Uncle Silas who plans to wed her to Minyard, a sot like he is. Eliza tries to steal a horse from Earl Colin Hunt, used to the balmy weather of his native India, but he catches her. --- ¿After Midnight¿ by Liz Carlyle. Out of guilt, her uncle Lord Rothewell sent Martinique, a courtesan's daughter, from her West Indies home to attend Mrs. Harris¿ school. However, the female hellion knows no one wants her in England or the Caribbean, but goes to the Rothewell home for the holidays. Rakish guest Lord St. Vrain mistakenly enters her room, but instead of screaming, she welcomes the rogue. --- ¿The Merchant¿s Gift¿ by Julia London. In Leeds, Grace Holcomb, the daughter of a wealthy wool merchant, has high expectations to marry amongst the bluest of the bluebloods. However, to her chagrin she is attracted to a non titled nobody Barrett Adlaine when she has Lord Middleton in her greedy grasp. --- ¿Mischief¿s Holiday¿ by Renee Bernard. No matter how hard she tries to stay out of mischief, Alyssa Martin always ends up in trouble. She vows to end these escapades because she feels if she fails to do so, logical businessman Leland Yates will only notice her as a pest not his loving wife. --- The Mrs. Harris¿ novels (see NEVER SEDUCE A SCOUNDREL) are always fun to read and this four novella anthology affirms that belief, as each entry is a terrific Regency romance starring likable lead characters. --- Harriet Klausner