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The Girl from Red Lion Square

3.29 of 5 stars 3.29  ·  rating details  ·  38 ratings  ·  3 reviews
In many ways the years of the Regency were remarkably similar to our own – huge inequalities of wealth, political unrest, economic turmoil. In other ways they were completely different – the choices available to women of ‘quality’ were few, and unattractive; social rules and etiquette were restrictive, travel and communication slow. This charming, ‘traditional’ Regency Rom ...more
Kindle Edition, 209 pages
Published June 18th 2012 by Amazon Digital Services
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Oct 13, 2012 Gerrie marked it as did-not-finish
There was a lot to recommend this book. The author writes well, and this Regency romance definitely had the flavor of a Jane Austin or Georgette Heyer. And the book delves into some of the deeper social issues of the Regency period.

Celia, the heroine, is sharing her first Season with her sister Ruth. Ruth is beautiful and popular, and soon attracts a suitor, Sheffield, with whom Ruth falls madly in love. Celia is a wallflower. Her figure is far more voluptuous and plump than the slim ideal, and
This is another good regency novel by Lizzie Church. It's not my favorite one of hers, but it is still a good read. This one was a bit more gritty with a subplot to kidnap the Prince Regent. The heroine and hero in this novel were not as likeable to me. Celia was a bit too sarcastic and seemed just a little too smug. It also took me awhile to get into the plot. On the whole though, I liked it. I think Ms. Church is an excellent writer and really captures the Regency period quite well. I just lik ...more
Slow start, then it got interesting, then it lost me with the whole spy subplot. And yet...still liked most of it.
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