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Lydia (Regency Trilogy, #3) A Most Shocking Young Lady Who But A Young Lady From America Would Dare Arrive In Regency London At The Height Of The Season And Promptly Announce Her Express Intention Of Marrying Wealth And Position Who But This Outrageous Beauty Could Keep Two Of The Most Eligible Bachelors In The Realm On Tenterhooks, While Defying The Wishes Of The Arrogant, Incomparably Attractive, Immensely Rich Lord Northover Himself Who Is Quite The Most Captivating Heroine Of This Or Any Other Season Who Else, But Lydia Leyland

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  • Paperback
  • 253 pages
  • Lydia (Regency Trilogy, #3)
  • Clare Darcy
  • English
  • 05 January 2018
  • 0451060598

10 thoughts on “Lydia (Regency Trilogy, #3)

  1. says:

    What a little treasure I ve found Lydia, or Love in Town has proved to be a wholly endearing Traditional Regency, fitting the truest definition of the label to perfection.The 1973 edition I ve read touts it as the best next thing to Heyer one could get and, even if it doesn t reach the exquisitely filigreed prose and dialogues of such a unique wordsmith, it gets pretty close, while maintaining a good dose of distinctiveness,than any other descendant I ve ever encountered And this is not What a little treasure I ve found Lydia, or Love in Town has proved to be a wholly endearing Traditional Regency, fitting the truest definition of the label to perfection.The ...

  2. says:

    What Regency Romance Has Taught MeI m afraid this is Part 1 of many 1 If you meet a man and immediately dislike him, thinking him the most arrogant toad alive, chances are he s in fact your soulmate.2 A gentleman s library Please help yourself to any books you like Said gentleman, a.k.a the hero, will in all likeliness pop in while you re perusing, and find you extremely hot 3 Heaven forbid you waltz without first having being presented at Almack s Capital offence 4.Driving a high What Regency Romance Has Taught MeI m afraid this is Part 1 of many 1 If you meet a man and immediately dislike him, thinking him the most arrogant toad alive, chances are he s in fact your soulmate.2 A gentleman s library Please help yourself to any books you like Said gentleman, a.k.a the hero, will in all likeliness pop in while you re perusing, and find you extremely hot 3 Heaven forbid you waltz without first having being presented at Almack s Capital offence 4.Driving a high perch phaeton at top speed in the middle of Hyde Park will not impress the hero, but make him secretly sick with fear 5 If one has resolution, one can accomplish anything.6 Chances are though, the hero will try to help Even if he says he is by no means lifting as much as a finger to help, he will help They can t help it h...

  3. says:

    Kit, Viscount Northover returns to England after the war to take up his title and his country seat Great Hayland only to discover his house is occupied by people unknown to him Lydia Leyland, her brother and her grandmother have come to Grandmama s native England from their home in New Orleans to try to repair the family fortunes Lydia declares to Northover that she s going to marry a fortune no matter who or what tries to stand in her way She ll do whatever it takes to rescue her family from Kit, Viscount Northover returns to England after the war to take up his title and his country seat Great Hayland only to discover his house is occupied by people unknown to him Lydia Leyland, her brother and her grandmother have come to Grandmama s native England from their home in New Orleans to try to repair the family fortunes Lydia declares to Northover that she s going to marry a fortune no matter who or what tries to stand in her way She ll do whatever it takes to rescue her family from ruin Northover, amused by the outspoken young American, introduces the Leylands to the ton where Lydia quickly finds herself the object of attention Her brother hopes to inherit his great aunt s husband s fortune but Sir Basil s first wife s nephew, Mr Pentony, also has designs on the fortune and he will stop at nothing to get it Lydia has her hands full trying to keep her relatives out of trouble and avoid the nasty Mr Pentony and the odio...

  4. says:

    I first discovered Clare Darcy in junior high My mother deemed her appropriate for me to read because there was no sex in her books Through Clare, I met Georgette Heyer and began a lifetime of trashy novel reading Years later, when I happen across either Georgette or Clare s books at Half Price books, I have a hard time resisting them.Although Lydia or Love in Town was not the first of Clare s books I read, it was in those critical first stacks of books I d pick up at our library Even back t I first discovered Clare Darcy in junior high My mother deemed her appropriate for me to read because there was no sex in her books Through Clare, I met Georgette Heyer and began a lifetime of trashy novel reading Years later, when I happen across either Georgette or Clare s b...

  5. says:

    One of Clare Darcy s most entertaining Regency romances which tells the story of lively Lydia Leyland, recently arrived from America Accompanied by her brother and grandmother, she stays uninvited in the house that her grandmother grew up in, but which now belongs to Lord Northover He, of course, arrives unexpectedly and, unabashed, Lydia confesses that she is on the lookout for a rich husband.Being a managing sort of female, Lydia seem...

  6. says:

    In this one a young woman, her brother and their grandmother arrive in England for the purpose of improving their financial condition, through marriage or rich relatives, the method doesn t really matter Lydia, beautiful and fiesty, is linked romantically with various wealthy suitors but falls for the one person she swears she could never be interested in These novels all end the same so it s not really a spoiler to say that all the main characters end up with true love, great wealth and envia In this one a young woman, her brother and their grandmother arrive in England for the purpose of improving their financial condition, through marriage or rich relatives, the method doesn t really matter Lydia, beautiful and fiesty, is linked romantically with various wealthy suitors but falls for the one person she swears she could never be interested in These novels all end the same so it s not really a spoiler to say that all the main characters end up with true love, great wealth and enviable social standing No surprises, no sadness that s why we read these books, right I like this time period in any novel, but I like those better that were actually written in that time I know the authors of the newer ones do lots of research to make sure the fashion, manners, morals and language are authentic, but I sometimes feel like they re trying too hard I thought in this one there were too many details brought to the reader s attenti...

  7. says:

    My favorite type of Regency romances With a headstrong hero and heroine who quarrel and fight with each other repeatedly There were fun and witty dialogues As Christina Brunette Reader wrote we had here fretting butlers, besotted brothers, compulsive gambler grandmothers, smarmy suitors, clumsy suitors But main plot was about Lydia who gradually made quite a mess, with herself in the middle And the moment, when Northover sorted all out at the end, was this precious moment of this kind of My favorite type of Regency romances With a headstrong hero and heroine who quarrel and fight with each other repeatedly There were fun and witty dialogues As Christina Brunette Reader wrote we had here fretting butlers, besotted brothers, compulsive gambler grandmothers, smarmy suitors, clumsy suitors But main plot was about Lydia who gradually made quite a mess, with herself in the middle And the moment, when Northover sorted all...

  8. says:

    I liked this much better than Cecily, actually, not only because I liked Lydia the character muchthan Cecily the character There is far, far too much of a tell tale muscle near so and so s mouth giving a hint that so and so is amused and too much use of the word odious Also, the main couple, which the reader knew would end up together because it is obvious in this genre, doesn t really have any reason to get together other than they re supposed to be the smartest people in the book I liked t...

  9. says:

    When Lord Northover arrives unexpected at one of his newly inherited and sadly run down properties, he is shocked to discover that his house is already occupied The elderly butler has permitted the former owners to stay a few nights on their way to London Newly arrived from New Orleans, the American Leyland family is determined to establish themselves in the Ton To rescue her family s fortune and secure her brother, Bayard s, future, Lydia Leyland plans to use her wit and beauty to marry a When Lord Northover arrives unexpected at one of his newly inherited and sadly run down properties, he is shocked to discover that his house is already occupied The elderly butler has permitted the former owners to stay a few nights on their way to London Newly arrived from New Orleans, the American Leyland family is determined to establish themselves in ...

  10. says:

    I read this about 20 years ago and loved it I ve been wanting to read it again ever since, but that was probably a mistake It was fun, and I loved Lydia, but this time around, it really did feel way too much like a Georgette Heyer clone Witty, but not quite witty enoug...

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