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Letty by Clare DarNg slightly disreputable Harry Tyne The two of them have an adventurous winter in Vienna during which time Letty fa. Yep A rake A nice rake an honest rake a man who is a rake only with rake worthy women probably but a rake nonethelessI actually liked a fair number of the characters in this book especially Sascha the voice and deportment coach and Ninette Forel the most famous courtesan in Vienna The plot was not too boring and not at all taxing so a nice little bit of escapist fluff And no puce gowns or turbans There was a little bronze green though I'm really not sure what color bronze green isMaybe it's just me but my romantic hero is a man who respects the women he's dated before me so the whole reformed rake thing never works for me We don't know anything for example about Mr Darcy's romantic past so he may be a reformed rake himself but since we don't know we can decide for ourselvesAlso I'm partial to a romance where the characters have some reason to fall in love and don't just wake up one day and realize they've fallen for so and so It's OK if they come to the realization suddenly really it is but there's got to be some basis for attraction besides hotness Other people in the books are usually some level of hot as wellOne to goAnd what's with the gambling How come it's honorable enough when one wins but not when one loses It's irritating

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Letty by Clare Darcy Free download Û 109 ì Fleeing an unwanted marriage with the detestable Mr Sludge high spirited Letty runs straight into the arms of dashing slightly disreputable Harry Tyne The two of them have an adventurous winter in Vienna during which time Letty falls madly in love with Harry and almost inadvertently sets him on theLls madly in love with Harry and almost inadvertently sets him on the path to regaining his place in London society. uick and easy an escapist read where you know its going to be a happy ending

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Fleeing an unwanted marriage with the detestable Mr Sludge high spirited Letty runs straight into the arms of dashi. As for most above average traditional regencies ‘Charming’ and ‘Delightful’ can be easily applied to this book But unlike many old school regencies it is also 'well paced' as it doesn’t lag or drag at anytime The description of Vienna in full swing at the time of the Congress and the Very Important Personages there doesn't take than 5 6 pages at most The many escapades of the very young and plucky orphan Annie h keep us busy along with her from the moment she runs while running away into the broke but proud and sardonic H fairly older than her 17 years An elderly wealthy gentleman ‘The baron’ makes for the third in this musketeering trio and the plan is to go all the way to Vienna where all the wealthy and the important people are at the time of the War Congress to set up a ‘reputed’ gambling den and the ingenue h with her sweet and ‘silvery’ singing voice is to be used as a lure to draw the curious and the bored to their establishment And the plan works most successfullyThe h easily and predictably falls in love with the H who although a reasonably charming man despite his bitterness but for the h he saves all his impatience and disapproval That doesn’t stop her from trying ‘to help’ without being asked to or rather after being told to desist sort out troubles from his past So many exploits and capers follow The h does go stupid for a while over an om but it’s about hurt pride because of the H rather than anything else and thankfully the H rescues her at the crucial juncture Few other interesting characters join them in this endeavor as do some disreputable kind and out and out villains enter the story It’s the H’s past troubles that form the crux of most goings on as is his estrangement from his wealthy and influential great uncle engineered by a villainous uncle And the h with all her youthful energy and passion decides to play his savior and championThe ending is bit abrupt but then writers worked without those useful things the epilogues in those days