The Convenient Marriage

The Convenient Marriage

Book - 1966
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Publisher: New York : Dutton, 1966
Edition: 1st ed
Characteristics: 279 p. 21 cm

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Storywriter44
Oct 08, 2019

The book was OK, but worth it for the hilarious ending.

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Booksss14
Jul 18, 2017

Absolutely wonderfully adorable! I fell in love with Lord Rule almost at first sight. He was perfect. Horry, too, was quite sweet towards the end. Quite an exciting and cute book. Positively delightful!

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macrw3
Feb 14, 2015

Loved it. Heroine has amazing eyebrows and a stammer. She's absolutely adorable!

bkilfoy Jul 12, 2013

A delectable read I devoured over the course of two days, Horatia and Lord Rule are both charming characters and the plot is quite a bit more action packed than other Heyers I've read. The novel also varies from the norm in that it begins with a marriage rather than ending with one. With a fun cast of supporting characters (my personal favourite being Horatia's gambling and drink-prone brother, Pelham) the novel was just the light and fast read I needed.

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