Book Reviews of A London Season (Signet Regency Romance)

A London Season (Signet Regency Romance)
A London Season - Signet Regency Romance
Author: Joan Wolf
ISBN-13: 9780451140456
ISBN-10: 0451140451
Publication Date: 1/6/1981
Pages: 224
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 13 ratings
Publisher: Signet
Book Type: Paperback
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A wonderful friends to lovers romance. I hadn't realized until I finished that this was written 1980. A sweet story.
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I actually sought this book out because the hero & heroine appear as a married couple with several children in a later Joan Wolf book, "A Double Deception", and they really caught my interest. Jane is a delight, and Wolf is very good writer. She always comes up with original plots and characters, even within the limitations of traditional Regencies.
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Young Lady Jane Fitzmaurice had everything that Regency society approved of, flawless beauty, perfect breeding, and a respectable fortune. But she also had a mind and heart of her own that set heads shaking and tongues wagging. Who ever heard of a wellborn miss spending more time in the saddle than in the drawing room? How could she prefer the company of David Chance, her handsome horse trainer, to that of Julian Wrexham, the most attractive nobleman in England? Lady Jane had taken London society by storm, but now a whirlwind of scandal was rising as she rode roughshod over all conventions and prepared to talke a leap that could destroy her good name and leave her heart forever broken.
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I actually sought this book out because the hero & heroine appear as a married couple with several children in a later Joan Wolf book, "A Double Deception", and they really caught my interest. Jane is a delight, and Wolf is very good writer. She always comes up with original plots and characters, even within the limitations of traditional Regencies.