Guest review by Kara Louise of Delightful Diversions The heroine of Georgette Heyer’s novel, “Arabella” is Arabella Tallent, daughter of a. Georgette Heyer was not known for paying much attention in her historical But after three straight Regency novels, in Arabella, she suddenly. Arabella. Georgette Heyer. Buy This Book. Arabella Tallant is the daughter of a vicar, and when she gets the opportunity to spend the season in.
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My all time favorite Georgette Heyer novel is Frederica. She used that plot device one too many times.
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His conversations with the dog about his difficulties with her are endearing and v. In the meantime, it would be great to hear other readers weigh in with their opinions on Arabella and other Heyer books on the message boards. Beaumaris, and has him completely twisted round her little finger whether he wants to or not.
Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. I love the way the plot goes;its one of my favorite themes! There are so many things I loved in this book.
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For Arabella Tallant, our heroine, is not exactly like that. Once upon a time, in a sheltered and remote Yorkshire village, there lived the Tallant family, of which Arabella was the eldest and prettiest daughter. So despite Arabella’s and her father’s Arabella is one of the more charming and funny Georgette Heyer books that I’ve read, with a major plus in the form of one of my favorite Heyer book boyfriends, Beaumaris.
Arabella has a rather compassionate nature, and she behaves in a most unrefined way as she rescues a stray dog, takes in an orphaned chimney sweep, and offers assistance to a woman of disreputable character. To ask other readers questions about Arabellaplease sign up.
Chi ama i libri sceglie Kobo e inMondadori. He was overly rich, spoiled and petted by society, and a great, great deal like Mr. Beaumaris because she does such an incredible job of taking us through his path to love. I still love this cover, even though Arabella is a brunette. The story is unique enouugh to be one of Heyer’s best on it’s own. Never mind this book’s imperfections, it is lovely.
I haven’t read this in years and I absolutely loved it! But over all, he was good enough, though perhaps a little romanticized. If you love Jane Austen, while Heyer does not compare on the same literary level by literary I mean classic-study-in-school-literaryshe does write a fun and lovable romance set in the same kind of similar world a little after Austen’s time if I’m not wrong with characters that bespeak the same speech etc.
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I really enjoyed this book from start to finish. A Most Unlikely Duke. Arabella by Georgette Heyer. Heyer was an intensely private person who remained a best selling author all her life without the aid of publicity.
I wish Arabella had trusted Beaumaris sooner and come to her senses before things got that far. The Tallant family are a delight.
In the end, having fallen for both protagonists, I was more than satisfied by the end. Despite the heroine being beautiful in that One of the sweetest aspects of the book, I think, is that Mr. This time this is the edition I read! The flowerly language seems to taper off by the end. She overhears him saying Arabella georgethe the daughter of a country vicar and brought up to be more interested in erudition and kindness than in gossip or fashion.
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Dashing Through the Snow. Jan 04, Abigail Bok rated it really liked it. On her way to London Arabella’s carriage breaks down outside the hunting lodge of the wealthy and socially prominent Robert Beaumaris, fate cast her in his path.
I really enjoyed this novel.
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Jul 31, Ruth Turner rated it really liked it Shelves: I never heard of Georgette Heyer until I joined I know, shame on me!! These features of his character make him much endearing to the reader and one that shall have georfette distinct image in the reader’s mind even after the last pages have been turned.
I’ve read several other Heyers. It drags the love story out but brings it about to it’s conclusion at that same time. A Gentleman Never Tells. I love goodhearted females who get into scrapes. View all 28 comments. But I did read that by the time Heyer wrote this book, she had many copy-cats and plagiarizers.
It was chapter three before Arabella left for London and I must confess I would have liked it to be a couple of more. It is hilarious to see how all those fortune-hunting families are devastated when the Nonpareil gives all his attention to Arabella.
Once they arrive, she reveals that she is not a wealthy woman, he reveals that he knew all along and that he went to visit her family. Arabella knows nothing about men, London society and all the rules that seem to be essential for the respectable people she meets.