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The Dreadful Debutante by Marion Chesney
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Mar 04, 2011

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bookshelves: romance, historical, regency

A lark of a romance, set I think in the regency period. A young woman is coming of age and of course her families concern is that she do well on the "marriage market". But the beauty of her older sister surpasses hers, and besides the young lady in question really doesn't have much interest in acting lady like. She sneaks out of the house by wearing mens clothes to see a male acquaintance of her youth--but of course his reaction is not quite what she expected. While she is on her incognito adventures she meets an experienced older gentleman who sets out to be her advisor--and along the way a love match is made. Enjoyable for a quick light read, and if you really love these kind of romances this one will fit the bill more than nicely.

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