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Captain Ingram's Inheritance (Rothschild Trilogy #3)

3.59 of 5 stars 3.59  ·  rating details  ·  78 ratings  ·  11 reviews
Frank Ingram, an impecunious officer, is seriously wounded at Waterloo.

Rescued by Lord Roworth, he meets Roworth’s sister, Lady Constantia, an angel of mercy.

But Frank and Connie are each hiding a terrible secret they are sure will prevent marriage to anyone, let alone each other.

Originally published by Zebra as The Captain’s Inheritance
Kindle Edition, Regency Reads, 369 pages
Published September 27th 2010 by Belgrave House (first published August 1st 1994)
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Qnpoohbear
The first few chapters are carried over from the previous book. I wasn't sure whether this was a new book or one I had read before. When the story finally gets going, Lady Constantina Roworth is being badgered by her mother to go to London for the Season and find a suitable husband. Connie knows she can never ever marry for a childhood accident has left her scarred. She would much rather stay and care for the wounded Captain Frank Ingrham. He's an amusing companion and she enjoys badgering him t ...more
Éowyn
Captain Ingram's Inheritance follows on from the two previous stories in this trilogy, Miss Jacobson's Journey and Lord Roworth's Reward. They are Regency romances in the traditional vein, but a bit more tongue in cheek than someone like Georgette Heyer. The best comparison would probably be with some of the Regency stories written by MC Beaton - if you like them, you'll love these.

English readers may know Carola Dunn from her Daisy Dalrymple books, but she is originally English and has written
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Stevie Carroll
The final part of this enchanting trilogy and my favourite out of the bunch. The story starts towards the end of the previous book, retelling the events through the eyes of the brother and sister of that novel's hero and heroine. Frank Ingram has survived the war on the continent and is recuperating back in England, but believes that the scars on his chest will scare away any bride who has been able to look beyond his lack of connections and fortune. Then the family lawyer who has pursued him an ...more
Helene Harrison
ISBN? - 9781780336169

Genre? - Historical Fiction / Romance

Characters? - Frank Ingram / Fanny Ingram / Felix Roworth / Constantia Roworth / Vickie Roworth / Duke of Oxshott / Dolph, heir to Oxshott

Setting? - Nettledene & Upfield Grange (England)

Series? - Rothschild Trilogy #3

Title? - Captain Ingram and Fanny Ingram discover a large inheritance.

Character Analysis? - I loved Constantia and even after three books I still love Felix, and in particular his relationship with Fanny Ingram.

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Elizabeth
I have enjoyed all of Carola Dunn’s regency books I have read so far. They are a nice, quick, easy read and they have a Jane Austen feel to them. Each book is different enough from the others to feel fresh and her enjoyable writing style is consistent.
Jane Mercer
Captain Frank Ingram is recovering at the home of Lord Roworth, (some of this overlaps with the end of Lord Roworth's Reward but not a lot).
Frank finds that he and hi sister are the heirs to a fortune and 2 estates. Deciding to visit them Constantia and Victoria accompany, Frank Roworth and Fanny to their inheritance.
Connie and Frank were starting to fall in love at the end of the last book, this carries it on and involves a money grubbing Duke, a week Marquis various aunts and horrible relation
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Brigitte
Brilliant! the characters are great form Roworth's sister to the captain; they are vividly described, full of humour. I couldn't put it down! A real page-turner!
☆ Ruth ☆
Always entertaining, but the characters' behaviour is even more unbelievable than usual.
Amanda Caswell
A highly improbably ending, but it was a fun read.
Arifa
I like easy read romances!
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Carola Dunn is the author of more than 30 Regency romances, as well as 16 mysteries (the Daisy Dalrymple mystery series is set in England in the 1920s). Ms. Dunn was born and grew up in England, where she got a B.A. in Russian and French from Manchester University. She travelled as far as Fiji before returning to settle in California. After 30 years in the US, she says she still sounds as if she a ...more
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