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A Very Merry Chase: An Old-Fashioned Regency Romance Paperback – Large Print, August 4, 2011
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From the Author
I believe you will find that anyone who fondly remembers reading Georgette Heyer and Barbara Cartland's old-fashioned Regency Romance (i.e with the focus on courtship and witty repartee rather than bedroom scenes and sexual encounters) will enjoy reading A Very Merry Chase.
From the Back Cover
"Would I be correct in assuming you to be the famous...or shall we say infamous, Lady Sabrina St. Clair?"
She responded with a starkly appraising look of her own, coupled with an imperiously raised brow and a single word, uttered slowly and with unmistakeably insulting disdain.
Lighting fast, he was well inside the coach before she could even react. She tried to fend him off; but to no avail. He laughed as he swept her firmly into his arms and out into the moonlit night.
And thus begins the chase....
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Top Customer Reviews
This book was a delightful light Regency Romance that amused me from start to finish. Misunderstandings, witty dialogue, and plot twists were ready fare.
The heroine is a beautiful head strong lady who is used to having male admirers and doing as she pleases.
The hero is a man who has found his fortune and received his title after a harsh upbringing that made him of sterner stuff than the average nobleman about Town.
A misunderstood situation involving the two of them starts them off on the wrong foot, but a greedy villain who will go his length to get what he wants, a mystery surrounding her missing brother, and supporting characters who help or hinder as the case may be send them on this Very Merry Chase of love.
And to think this was the author's first writing effort. Enjoy it, I did!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This story was boring, predictable, annoying, and a series of one cliche after another. I made myself finish it so I could write a review. Read morePublished 18 months ago by science woman
I love reading about a heroine who can take care of herself! Now I will be anxiously waiting for Devlin's story.Published on September 27, 2013 by val
This regency romance is a fun escape novel to be read in just a few sittings. It isn't deep and the plot moves quickly. No Jane Austen, this, but an OK read. Read morePublished on March 27, 2013 by Xlencee
I read the sample and found that, while the book probably appeals to different readers, it wasn't a good match for me. Read morePublished on October 8, 2011 by Winter
This is a wonderful Regency romance. The author knows her stuff and takes you
back to a time in England that was rife with social intrigue and humor. Read more