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Two Corinthians review Ä 0 ò Lord Pomeroy has been rejected by his long time fiancé and must find a woman to marry for his ill father’s sake His sister suggests Claire Sutton who has been on the shelf for years And Bertram is willing to consider her except that she’s shy and her sister is such an outspoken outrageous chit Then there’s Lord WinterbEpt that she’s shy and her sister is such an outspoken outrageous chit Then there’s Lord Winterborne heir to the Maruis of Bellingham who pretends to court Lizzie Sutton at her instigation but is intrigued by her older sist. Some great funny moments packed into a sweet traditional romance that clean Reg Rom readers will enjoyFor my full review

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Lord Pomeroy has been rejected by his long time fiancé and must find a woman to marry for his ill father’s sake His sister suggests Claire Sutton who has been on the shelf for years And Bertram is willing to consider her exc. This was a pleasant read with few weak villains mostly the mother who is cruel to her older daughter in favor of the younger and very obvious pairingsI like Claire older sister and Winterborne's story much better than that of Lizzie and Bertram for that Bertram kept waiting and didn't even know his own heart until one of Lizzie's plans had gone awry and landed him in a muddle so to speak Winterborne on the other hand knew whom he loved and was prepared to offer for Claire as soon as Bertram made up his mind this ninny held up most of the story so I enjoyed his resoluteness Overall a light read which is good for rainy afternoons

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Two CorinthiansEr Claire Add to this bumblebroth the fact that it was Winterborne’s brother who stole Pomeroy’s fiancé and no two couples could be at cross purposes A delightful Regency romp by Carola Dunn; originally published by Walker. 3 12 stars Corinthian A most desirable parti a veritable top of the trees He was a leader of fashion a superb driver of carriages etc and probably very well connected and rich He was also adept at several sporting activities and probably boxed with Gentleman Jackson at Jackson's Saloon Bond Street He was muscular and very fitThis was a fairly predictable story but that’s okay it was pretty much what I expected and wanted I was a captive audience laid up on my couch with a pulled thigh muscle and I just wanted an easy pleasant way to while away the hours That’s exactly what I got It was nice to read an old fashioned regency romance This was nothing special but there was nothing objectionable eitherNOTE There are several references in this book to things that occurred in ‘Miss Hartwell’s Dilemma’ I recommend that if you want to read it read it before ‘Two Corinthians’ I am very surprised that MHD is not labeled #1 in the Walker Regency Duet series at least it’s not on GoodReads It should be