The Georgian Rake

The Georgian Rake Amanda Twyford had to face the unwelcome news that Charles Barsett would wed her sister Isabella Charles reputation as a rogue made such a marriage unthinkable to Amanda but not to Isabella a dutiful

  • Title: The Georgian Rake
  • Author: Alice Chetwynd Ley
  • ISBN: 9780345289797
  • Page: 113
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Amanda Twyford had to face the unwelcome news that Charles Barsett would wed her sister Isabella Charles reputation as a rogue made such a marriage unthinkable to Amanda but not to Isabella, a dutiful daughter whose head was turned by Charles title and wealth It was left to Amanda to prove that Charles Barsett s reputation was than mere gossip She would go to aAmanda Twyford had to face the unwelcome news that Charles Barsett would wed her sister Isabella Charles reputation as a rogue made such a marriage unthinkable to Amanda but not to Isabella, a dutiful daughter whose head was turned by Charles title and wealth It was left to Amanda to prove that Charles Barsett s reputation was than mere gossip She would go to any length to prevent this arranged marriage hatch wild schemes, enlist other men to help her, break into his home or even wed the Georgian Rake herself
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    • Kagama-the Literaturevixen says:

      Amanda is on her way to London where her parents and older sister already are for the season when the carriage breaks down she sees what she thinks is an old ruin and goes to explore.She is warned away by a man who she finds rude.Her sister Isabella is in love with the son of the local squire back home,John Webster who asked her to marry him.But their mother wants Isabella to make a brilliant marriage and has convinced her to accept Charles Barsett,whose father is an earl and an old friend of Am [...]

    • Steven says:

      Georgian romance that tries its best to captivate but it's obvious where it's headed.

    • Ira says:

      This is not the first book by Alice Chetwynd Ley that I've read so I already knew that I lke her books. Whereas I compared her book "Letters of a Spy" to a nice reliable cup of tea, "The Georgian Rake" has much more of the champaign in it that I compared the cup of tea to. This book kept me glued to the reader and I enjoyed every single page of it. I loved the well developed, authentic and intersting characters and I loved the story itself. It is a fast-paced story, well plotted and really well [...]

    • LemontreeLime says:

      This is Chetwynd Ley's improvisation on Austens Northanger Abby, but the gothic element is more of a serious one. Great characters that kept you reading, even through the frustrations of them being incredibly tedious at times made the going hard pressed, and even the minor characters have a depth to them not usually seen. A good read but not my favorite.

    • Janet says:

      I received a free copy for a honest reviewCharles Barsett is a rake, having been rejected by his father after his mother died giving birth to him. He agrees to marry Isabella Twyford, daughter of his father’s friend. Amanda Twyford is 18 & on her way to London when the carriage suffers a mishap. Amanda meets an objectionable man who Amanda later discovers is her sister’s fiancé.Charles' roguish reputation made such a marriage unthinkable to Amanda—especially as Isabella had been in lo [...]

    • Alice says:

      ExcellentCharles, heir to Lord Barsett, is considered a rouge and is disliked even by his own Father. His penniless cousin, Roger is a model of propriety and good manners. When Lord Barsett arranges a marriage between Charles and Amanda's older sister, she becomes distressed as to his bad reputation. Amanda decides to unmask Charles and prevent the marriage. This is the barest bones supporting the plots, manipulations, back history, and a unexpected villain that gives this story a sense of dange [...]

    • Jan Ryan says:

      Absorbing ReadWhat a wonderful book. I couldn't put it down. The cast is well done There is everythingIn this book, drama, action, thrills, clean romance, funny, mystery. the Heroine is very independent and outspoken with a lovely heart and a high regard for justice. the HeroIs Handsome and a rake, that has had. No love from anywhere his whole life, which invokesYour compassion. I have read all three of her books and they are all the. Very best. Do yourself a favor and read them all, you'll be g [...]

    • Nicki Markus says:

      I really liked The Georgian Rake. It was fairly predictable - I worked out how it would end before the midway point - but it was still an enjoyable quick afternoon read and both Amanda and Charles came across well as lead characters. If you are looking for a good historical romp - simple, understated, and easy reading - then this is a good book to choose. Likewise, if you prefer your Georgian gents to have a bit of 'bad boy' in them, then you'll enjoy this tale.I received this book as a free eBo [...]

    • Wendy says:

      I'm trying another Chetwynd Ley because I like her writing. This plot didn't thrill me.

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