eBook-Tipp: Historische Liebesromane von Alice Chetwynd Ley

Alice Chetwynd Ley, geb. Humphrey, war von 1959 bis 1989 eine britische Romanautorin. Sie war die sechste Vorsitzende des Verbandes der Romantischen Romane und wurde zum Ehrenmitglied ernannt.

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The Georgian Rake

Historischer Liebesroman von Alice Chetwynd Ley

1760, England. Amanda Twyford, confronted unexpectedly with the unwelcome news of her elder sister Isabella’s engagement to notorious rake Charles Barsett, is determined to put a stop to the impending nuptials. Amanda immediately takes a dislike to cold, haughty Charles, and she is sure Isabella’s heart lies with another… As she meddles more in their affairs, Amanda discovers that dark rumours surround Charles’ reputation. And they all seem to be connected to the secretive Medmenham Abbey.

Buch aus dem Jahr 1960. “I was surprised at how much I liked this story. I couldn’t resist reading about a rake that was developed in the mind of an author in 1960 – that would be 45 years ago. Although we don’t get any nitty gritty details of his level of debauchery, he was a member of the original „Hellfire“ club which was in its heyday during the middle 1700’s with its purported leader being Sir Francis Dashwood.” (Leserin) (19 Rezensionen / 4,0 Sterne), 291 Seiten noch günstig?

The Clandestine Betrothal

Historischer Liebesroman von Alice Chetwynd Ley

1796, London. At twenty-seven, the Honourable Hugh Eversley is still a bachelor, and eagerly pursued by every match-making mama who ever brought a daughter up to London for the season. But Hugh ‘Beau’ Eversley is a notorious rake and every effort to catch his attention so far has been wasted. That is why Susan Fyfield’s family are shocked when she announces she is engaged to him.

Band 1 von Eversley Saga. “I really enjoyed this story. It was a typical regency romance complete with misunderstandings, dancing, and the one girl that can change a man. The unknown origin of one of the characters added a touch of mystery to the plot. The characters were well written and likable.” (Leserin) (26 Rezensionen / 3,9 Sterne), 291 Seiten noch günstig?

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