Book Reviews of Miss Carlyle's Curricle (Signet Regency Romance)

Miss Carlyle's Curricle (Signet Regency Romance)
Miss Carlyle's Curricle - Signet Regency Romance
Author: Karen Harbaugh
ISBN-13: 9780451195364
ISBN-10: 0451195361
Publication Date: 6/1/1999
Pages: 214
Rating:
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4 stars, based on 11 ratings
Publisher: Signet Book
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Surprisingly good!
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Lovely, headstrong Diana Carlyle mourned the death of her beloved Uncle. But when his will stipulated that she marry the next Brisbane Heir in order to collect a large inheritance, she was determined to refuse. Nothing would convince her to marry Gavin Sinclair. Despite his quick wit and handsome face, he was clearly not the man for her!
But as the weeks passed, the new lord touched Diana's soul with his piercing eyes and kindly manner. Their sparrings of wit and shared laughter made her feel stirrings of affection. So when the "accident" that killed her uncle began to look like somethin more dangerous, she agreed to marry Gavin. Although it was a marriage of convenience, Diana's vow to love, honor, and cherish the new lord of the manor resounded through her heart. And when peril began to close in on them both, she realized that she'd do anything to help her husband, and one true love....
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Although I've read most of the Signet Regency authors, this was the first Karen Harbaugh book for me. Although it started off a bit slow, it got quite engrossing as it went on, and the murder mystery plot added to the interest. The heroine does take at least one stupid risk to try to solve things one her own, but luckily does not make a habit of it.
I thought the historical accuracy of the character's behavior was pretty well done.