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Friday dreaming

3.44  ·  Rating Details ·  34 Ratings  ·  5 Reviews
Governess Prudence Hursley expected to see little of her new employer, Mr Julius Rookham. However, she found herself continually thrown into his path, and the more she got to know him, the more she found herself wishing for the impossible!
256 pages
Published October 14th 1994 by Mills & Boon (first published 1994)
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Aug 12, 2014 Dee rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
3.5 stars

This was pleasantly well written and well paced considering my expectations of a Mills and Boon book. It shows the growth of love and infatuation between two friends in Regency England complete with scheming beauties and misunderstandings.

Friday has long held an unrequited love for Nick. Nick has had several infatuations and currently fancies himself in love with an unsuitable woman. Meanwhile bluestocking Friday is coming up on 21 and her dad decides she needs marriage - he deduces Fri
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Mar 15, 2016 Meridian Conk rated it it was ok
This was a mediocre read. In fairness to the author it was well written (ish) and had characters that were on the cusp of becoming interesting, but for me the story never came together. Two stars actually seems a bit harsh, but I couldn't bring myself to say I liked it.

It starts off in a predictable Regency plot line- the bookish, plain heroine (Friday) has been secretly in love with the stunningly handsome boy (Nick) who often visits her next door neighbor. Friday's father, learning of her inte
Jun 30, 2013 Camy rated it really liked it
Very cute, sweet Regency romance. The characters are a bit young--heroine is 19? 21? and hero is only about 23. I would definitely recommend this for any teenage historical romance lovers--the dialogue and emotions seemed very YA to me, in a funny and sweet way.
Jul 17, 2013 Christopher rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: clean
The hero has been the heroine's imaginary Paris to her Helen ever since they met and became best friends a number of years ago. She knows her feelings are not returned because he tells her just about everything, and she has learned to live with that. Instead, she throws herself into reading ancient books and enjoys the level of friendship they have. But when the fathers of the hero and heroine plan to marry them off, their relationship is suddenly thrown off-balance. Drama ensues when the heroin ...more
Cute regency romance, lots of classical allusions and miscommunications, and surprisingly enough, cat-fights!
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An avid reader from an early age, Elizabeth Bailey grew up in colonial Africa under unconventional parentage and with theatre in the blood. Back in England, she trod the boards until discovering her true métier as a writer in her thirties, when she fulfilled an early addiction to Georgette Heyer by launching into historical romance. Eight years and eight books later, Elizabeth joined the Harlequin ...more
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