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Faro's Daughter
Faro's Daughter
Author: Georgette Heyer
Faro's Daughter/Georgette Heyer/ — No matter how well-bred she was, no matterhow extenuatng her circumstances, Deborah Grantham was nothing more than a gaming-house wench. Marriage with young Lord Mablethorpe was simply out of the question. His family would have to buy the hussy off. — Representing the Mablethorpes in this distasteful transactio...  more »
ISBN: 59934
Pages: 220
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Publisher: Bantam Books
Book Type: Paperback
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I love just about everything Georgette Heyer wrote, but my all-time favorite of her novels is Faro's Daughter. It's the quintessential "battle of the sexes" as the hero and heroine attempt to out-think and out-wit one another. Eventually, however, their passionate hatred turns to passion of another kind. I laughed out loud while reading Faro's Daughter - not just a little chuckle either, but full-blow laughs. It's guaranteed to put a smile on your face and give you a nice, warm feeling of completion at its ending.
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Much fun and typical Georgette Heyer. Deborah is one of Heyer's more intelligent heroines, and with quite a temper. Good read.