Cecily

Cecily The dashing young bloods of London gasped at their first glimpse of Cecily on the stage Who was this adorable creature Could she be as innnocent as she seemed Or was she just another adventuress usin

The dashing young bloods of London gasped at their first glimpse of Cecily on the stage Who was this adorable creature Could she be as innnocent as she seemed Or was she just another adventuress, using her ravishing looks and dimpled smile to rise in the world No one asked these questions with concern than the Honorable Robert Ranleigh, the handsome aristocratic lThe dashing young bloods of London gasped at their first glimpse of Cecily on the stage Who was this adorable creature Could she be as innnocent as she seemed Or was she just another adventuress, using her ravishing looks and dimpled smile to rise in the world No one asked these questions with concern than the Honorable Robert Ranleigh, the handsome aristocratic leader of London male society For Cecily actually claimed to be his distant relative, and begged him to come to her aid.

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Cecily

  1. Widely considered the best of those inspired by Georgette Heyer, Darcy wrote a number of regency romances with intelligent, sparkling heroines.A pseudonym for Mary Deasy

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  1. I liked it I am torn between 3 and 4 stars But thinking of other Darcy s novels, which I rated at 4 stars, this one deserved rather 3 than 4 Important note I am comparing only Clare Darcy s books Three stars for her Cecily isn t the same as e.g three stars for Cut from the Same Cloth by I would say that Cecily was at least one star better than Cut from the Same Cloth by Kathleen Baldwin Cecily s story was enjoyable As QNPoohBear wrote Cecily is very young and naive and whenever she tries to solv [...]


  2. Yeah, so I read this book I have my reasons They are not what you think This is a chaste romance with all the elements virtuous girl whose virtue is imperiled, working hard to independently extricate herself from her unfortunate predicament, reformed rake who tries to help her but falls for her and becomes convinced she could never care for him, real cad whose dastardly deeds bring the plot to a head, happy ever after ending Two lines from the end is the raciest line Are you going to kiss me aga [...]


  3. Mr Robert Ranleigh s friends are all agog over the newest actress come to town The beautiful young ingenue Miss Dangerfield Nelson has caught the eye of all the gentlemen of the town except for Mr Ranleigh The young lady seems disinterested in gentlemen but Mr Ranleigh s cousin Lord Anthony Portandrew believes that every woman has heard of Mr Ranleigh and would be honored to see him Tony challenges his friend Sir Harry Breckonridge that Ranleigh can gain entree into the Green Room to meet Miss D [...]


  4. Cecily Hadley has had a hard time Impoverished after her father s death, estranged from her morally unacceptable uncle, and chaperoned only by the dragon like Miss Dowie, Cecily has no recourse to support herself but the stage And the stage is no respectable place for a proper young lady to be In less than a week, the seemingly dreadful but rather pretty actress is already the rage of the ton Then, she encounters Robert Ranleigh of course, the reigning gallant of Regency London , who also happen [...]


  5. It was a little than ok maybe two and a half stars would be a better rating This one has your usual astonishingly beautiful Heroine with your standard handsome duke or was he only a lord Guess what happens at the end Clean I actually have a different edition than what is showing I have the Regency Trio edition that contains Cecily, Georgiana, and Lydia I haven t read the others yet.


  6. Cute and clean period romance the heroine is a bit lulzy silly in her attempts to solve her problems, but because everyone is so decorous, even the villains, it s hard to hold her stupidity against her Most importantly, it is well written, so that s an automatic Yay in my book.


  7. The kind of text which is good for translating exercises Otherwise, the classic Cinderella story Only Cinderella is way cooler and better written spoken.


  8. This was Clare Darcy Mary Deasy s first publication It s ok I gave it a 4 because it has an interesting group of characters.


  9. Very cuteis cover is hilarious though Reminiscent of Georgette Heyer with characters that aren t quite as flushed out or as witty I enjoyed it thoughd laughed out loud at least once.


  10. Regency love story My problem was I felt the story was so very unbelievable She s 18 and he s 32 Not really much in common despite it being two hundred years ago Well written and clean.


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