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An Eligible Connection

3.92  ·  Rating Details ·  73 Ratings  ·  3 Reviews
THE RED-HAIRED REBEL AND THE DASHING RAKE

She never had vapors, never played the coquette like her ravishing sister Almina, "The Dark Incomparable" of London's haut ton. Fanny Cherill's flame-colored hair was a hopeless liability, her cheeky wit and daring thoroughly unladylike.

But everything changed on the night handsome Lord Waterbury stole into her boudoir to capture her
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Paperback, 220 pages
Published March 28th 1980 by Dell Publishing (first published March 1st 1975)
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Jane
May 30, 2015 Jane rated it it was amazing
4.65 stars - pg13/very very mild r-lite (?)

Loved it! Fun. Refreshing. All the characters, side stories and romances were just right. Servants were fantastic characters. Fun, down-to-earth, enchanting young heroine. Hero's best friend, Bertie, was great. (Can't remember why I noted it to be possibly very mild r-lite. Maybe there was a reference to mistresses, as is often quite common in regency novels??)
Allie McCormack
This is a very sweet, absolutely charming Regency romance! I highly recommend, my copies are all old and well-read, and I pray they're released on Kindle someday before mine fall entirely apart!
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