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The Loving Seasons

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Three young ladies with good backgrounds and adequate dowries are facing their first London Season.

Miss Emma Berryman's friend Maggie Sommervale had a father to arrange a marriage for Maggie, even though it was to a notorious rake. Her other friend, Lady Anne Parsons, had vast wealth to attract a swarm of suitors. But Emma had neither family nor fortune. She had only beau
Paperback, 336 pages
Published November 1st 1983 by Dell Publishing Company (first published April 1983)
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Jul 27, 2015 Lyuda rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
My battered paperback copy was almost falling apart and now the book, I am happy to say, is available electronically. I loved it on re-read! You'll get, actually, at least three very different romances in one book. At the beginning, we meet three lovely young ladies with "proper backgrounds, adequate dowries" on the verge of leaving their school to an exciting world of balls, rides and everything else they dream London season has to offer. The girls, Maggie, Anne and Emma, could not be more diff ...more
Feb 23, 2011 Olivia rated it it was amazing
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Three friends leave their school for adventure in London. This book follows their three london seasons. The depth of characters is amazing. We meet Maggie days before her arranged marriage and watch her blossom to a charming young women. Anne, the daughter of a marquees, is expected to make a suitable match, but heart rules instead of the head. Emma, by far the most lively, is enjoyable to watch as her follies take her on a whirlwind season. By far, one of my most favorite traditional regencies.
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May 07, 2014 Susannah Carleton rated it it was amazing
Outstanding! There is something about this story, these characters, or, most likely, the combination of characters and story that really resonates with me. I've read this book many times, and it's as delightful after 15 or 20 readings as it was the first time.
Lynn Calvin
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Good character development
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