Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Arabella by Georgette Heyer

Arabella by Georgette Heyer
Fans of Jane Austen will delight in Georgette Heyer's regency novels featuring strong, if sometimes a bit silly, female protagonists. Wit and humor abound with just the right amount of love story added in to make Heyer's work light and satisfying.

Arabella by Georgette Heyer

Sent to London for the season, the exuberant daughter of a country cleric hopes to meet an eligible man, but an upset carriage and her foolish tongue may ruin her chances and her reputation before she even arrives.

Also by Georgette Heyer:

Cotillion by Georgette HeyerThe Grand Sophy by Georgette HeyerFrederica by Georgette Heyer

Suggestions for further reading:

Gentle Rogue by Johanna Lindsey
Gentle Rogue by Johanna Lindsay

Disguised as a cabin boy, a high-spirited and resourceful lady encounters a dashing yet stubborn ex-pirate in this high seas romantic escapade.

The Ivy Tree by Mary Stewart
The Ivy Tree by Mary Stewart

Hurtling along a trajectory with unintended consequences, our heroine finds herself an imposter and an heiress in opposition to an intimidating man's goals in this suspenseful story set in the English countryside.

Georgette Heyer's Regenc World by Jennifer Kloester
Georgette Heyer's Regency World by Jennifer Kloester

Get a behind-the-scenes look at Regency etiquette, dress, and popular culture in this lively and information work.

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Anonymous said...

These look so good! I'm a huge Jane Austen fan and I love Regency England. I'll have to check these out.

Kristine B said...

I love Jane Austen too!

I enjoyed Arabella, though I think many people start off reading The Grand Sophy. If you read it (or an Mary Stewart) you'll have to let me know what you think. :)

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