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Arabella Download Arabella By Georgette Heyer Capitalsoftworks.co.uk To Arabella Tallant, The Eldest Daughter Of A Penniless Country Clergyman, The Invitation To Stay With Her London Godmother Was Like The Key To Heaven, For In Addition To Living In The Glamorous City, Arabella Might Even Find A Suitable Husband There Armed With Beauty, Virtue And A Benevolent Godmother, The Impetuous But Impoverished Arabella Embarked On Her First London Season With Her Mother S Wish In Mind Snare A Rich Husband Impetuosity Is Arabella S Only Fault When Fate Cast Her In The Path Of Arrogant, Socially Prominent Robert Beaumaris, Who Accused Her Of Being Another Petty Female After His Wealth, The Proud, Headstrong Ingenue Made A Most Startling Claim She Was An Heiress Suddenly Arabella Found Herself The Talk Of The Town And Pursued By Every Amorous Fortune Hunter In London And Some Of The Most Eligible Young Men Of The Day.But Only One Caught Arabella S Fancy Mr Beaumaris, The Handsome And Dedicated Bachelor She Should Know Better Than To Allow Herself To Be Provoked By Nonpareil Beau That Gentleman, However, Although A Most Artful Matrimonial Dodger, Badly Underestimated His Seemingly Naive Adversary But Would Her Deceitful Charade Destroy Her One Chance For True Love

Read ✓ Arabella  By Georgette Heyer – Varanus.us
  • Hardcover
  • 315 pages
  • Arabella
  • Georgette Heyer
  • 14 March 2017
  • 0434328189

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  1. says:

    So, even when I look all virtuous with books like The Scarlet Letter and Mansfield Park on my updates and reviews, I m still sneaking off on clandestine dates with Kindle freebies and Regency romances Arabella is one of thecharming and funny Georgette Heyer books that I ve read Arabella Tallant is a lovely, unspoiled girl, but certain to be hampered in the eyes of London society by the fact that she s a poor country vicar s daughter Nevertheless, her mother prevails on Arabella s high so So, even when I look all virtuous with books like The Scarlet Letter and Mansfield Park on my updates and reviews, I m still sneaking off on clandestine dates with Kindle freebies and Regency romances Arabella is one of thecharming and funny Georgette Heyer books that I ve read Arabella Tallant is a lovely, unspoiled girl, but certain to be hampered in the eyes of London society by the fact that she s a poor country vicar s daughter Nevertheless, her mother prevails on Arabella s high society godmother to sponsor her in making her debut into society So despite Arabella s and her father s misgivings, off she goes, with strict instructions to find a rich husband so she can help bring out her younger sisters later On the road to London, there s an accident with Arabella s carriage, and she and...


  2. says:

    WOW, what an absolutely fantastic read Arabella was.This Heyer combines all that s best about regency romances, starting with a well crafted hero Cause let s face it ladies, we all like a swoon worthy book man And I m here to tell you that Robert Beaumaris has got it in spades He s charming but not overbearing He s slightly jaded but not an out an out rake , he s a bit world weary but not cynical , and most important of all, he s got a dry sense of humor, especially when it comes to hi WOW, what an absolutely fantastic read Arabella was.This Heyer combines all that s best about regency romances, starting with a well crafted hero Cause let s face it ladies, we all like a swoon worthy book man And I m here to te...


  3. says:

    Enjoyed this book so much I read it again It think I enjoyed itthe second time around Great ending Seriously swoon worthy And read it a 3rd time.Content CleanSource AudibleOriginally read in October 2015 Reread in March 2016 again in June 2016


  4. says:

    Until the ending sequence, the book was 4 stars for me So many bits and pieces of the book reminded me of Pride and Prejudice in a good way I was delighted to relive the joy of reading PP I love a damsel that s not easily taken in by the hero or faints at the first sight of him Arabella, though inexperienced and quite innocent, had a sharp mind and acute self awareness She guarded her heart well for good reasons against the hero s advances On the other hand, the hero, Mr Beaumaris, U...


  5. says:

    What can I say about this wonderful little darling book that hasn t already been said Arabella is charming It s a true Regency romance classic, the epitome of the perfect comedy of manners set in London, and features all your favourite Regency quirks, mannerisms, glittering balls and shocking crushes And naturally, there is an enterprising heroine and a dashing hero, who meet quite by chance and fall quite madly in love amidst a set of funny and delightful adventures Ah, to have a London Seas What can I say about this wonderful little darling book that hasn t already been said Arabella is charming It s a true Regency romance classic, the epitome of the perfect comedy of manners set in London, and features all your favourite Regency quirks, mannerisms, glittering balls and shocking crushes And naturally, there is an enterprising heroine and a dashing hero, who meet quite by chance and fall quite madly in love amidst a set of funny and delightful adventures Ah, to have a London Season and go shopping in Bond Street, entertain callers all morning and be sought after by all the gazetted fortune hunters for miles around Such is the lot of our dear heroine Arabella in this story, but mind you, she brought it all upon herself because of ...


  6. says:

    Arabella has been waiting for me to get to it for quite some time I don t know if I should be kicking myself for not reading it earlier or be happy for enjoying it this much now If there ever was a book whose blurb doesn t do its job then Arabella is that book.I loved the way Heyer introduced Arabella Tallant s lovely family, the way they live, how much her parents love each other and their children, the way the impoverished Vicar educated his sons and daughters and so much , but I didn t Arabella has been waiting for me to get to it for quite some time I don t know if I should be kicking myself for not reading it earlier or be happy for enjoying it this much now If there ever was a book whose blurb doesn t do its job then Arabella is that book.I loved the way Heyer introduced Arabella Tallant s lovely family, the way they live, how much her parents love each other and their children, the way the impoverished Vicar educated his sons and daughters and so much , but I didn t like knowing that she will do somethingimpetuosThe moment she says she is an heiress she knows she made a mistake, but the story went too fast for her to do anything about it It is hilarious to see how all those fortune hunting families are devastated when the Nonpareil gives all his attention to Arabella.I loved bo...


  7. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Well, this book was just so much fun to read I really enjoyed this book from start to finish It is well paced and ridiculously diverting Of course, it has a lot of the ingredients found in Georgette Heyer s brain candy regencies, such as a debutante seeking an advantageous marriage, a swoon worthy hero, trials and tribulations, and a misguided sibling Blend well and you have a very appealing regency novel Arabella Tallant arrives in London, fresh from a country vicarage and is shocked by Well, this book was just so much fun to read I really enjoyed this book from start to finish It is well paced and ridiculously diverting Of course, it has a lot of the ingredients found in Georgette Heyer s brain candy regencies, such as a debutante seeking an advantageous marriage, a swoon worthy hero, trials and tribulations, and a misguided sibling ...


  8. says:

    There was a big joke played on me by the powers above, I think, because I picked up this novel without having the slightest of clues that this was Heyer s homage to Pride and Prejudice And it wasn t until I was about 70% into the story that I stopped giggling at Beaumaris amusing conversations with the mongrel Ulysses long enough for the d j vu to sink in Wait a tad I have read this before, haven t I But by then it was too late I had already been rereading Austen PP in parallel for There was a big joke played on me by the powers above, I think, because I picked up this novel without having the slightest of clues that t...


  9. says:

    I m on a spree when it comes to Heyer I went by the library today and picked up five new to me Heyer novels Happyfuntimes I particularly needed something light yesterday, so Arabella was perfect I ll confess I wasn t too impressed by the start, and there was a whiff of Pride and Prejudice ness about it that put me off a bit, but both protagonists grew on me.I had major embarrassment squick at first, with the silly trick Arabella pulls, but as the novel developed and her kindly nature became I m on a spree when it comes to Heyer I went by the library today and picked up five new to me Heyer novels Happyfuntimes I particularly needed something light yesterday, so Arabella was perfect I ll confess I wasn t too impressed by the start, and there was a whiff of Pride and Prejudice ness about it that put me off a bit, but both protagonists grew on me.I had major embarrassment squick at first, with the silly trick Arabella pulls, but as the novel developed and her kindly nature became clearer, I was ready to forgive her and her silly mistake was, of course, pretty justified I took an instant dislike to Robert Beaumaris, bu...


  10. says:

    This is why I love goodreads I never heard of Georgette Heyer until I joined I know, shame on me but it s so great that I have read so many authors that I never heard of otherwise This book has been on my TBR list for awhile now so many books, so little time but I finally read it I m happy to say that I enjoyed it, too I liked Arabella Mr Beaumaris the most some parts reminded me a little of Pride Prejudice I kinda lost a little interest when the chapters focused on Bert This is why I love goodreads I never heard of Georgette Heyer until I joined I know, shame on me but it s so great that I have read so many authors that I never heard of otherwise This book has been on my TBR list for awhile now so many books, so little time but I finally read it I m happy to say that I enjoyed it, too I liked Arabella Mr Beaumaris the most some parts reminded me a little of Pride Prejudice I kinda lost a little interest when the chapters focused on Bertram but I forgive those portions...

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