2 edition of tale of manses and romances found in the catalog.
tale of manses and romances
George E. Diggle
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Too Dangerous for a Lady tells the story of Lady Hermione Merryhew, who is shocked when a man seeks sanctuary one night—in her bedroom of all places.
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Darcy and the prejudiced Elizabeth Bennet as they play out their spirited courtship in a. Books shelved as historical-romance: Devil in Winter by Lisa Kleypas, The Duke and I by Julia Quinn, Secrets of a Summer Night by Lisa Kleypas, Mine Till.
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George Edward: A tale of manses and romances [reminiscences of a Methodist minister, born ], Rickmansworth: the File Size: KB. A Beauty for the Scarred Duke: A Historical Regency Romance Book - Kindle edition by Barton, Bridget.
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THE BLACK ARROW () by Robert Louis Stevenson is a first rate action adventure tale of young Dick Shelton and set during Englands War of the Roses. Dick is an orphan with a powerful guardian and has been raised amount the forests and fields of England to be a brave, stout hearted fellow, true to his word and bound by his pledges/5.
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The author does a lovely job of mixing fantasy with historical romance, adding touches of wry humor and ridiculous manners of the Regency era. Editing is clean of errors. My only complaint about this charming novel is that it's a bit heavy on "tell" instead of "show.".
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Takes you back to the 11th and 12th Centuries and describes a somewhat tragic love affair between Tristan and the King's wife, Yseut(Isolde). The King is Tristan's uncle, and Tristan is a great knight in King Mark's court, so this adds to the story's impact/5(19).