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  1. says:

    Final comments and a DNF So after a helpful discussion in the comment thread below I read the first chapter in which the heroine Nell who's been married for a year to a nice and wealthy handsome and titled guy acts like an idiot and annoys me in ways than I want to count Okay actually I will count She's been wildly extravagant in her spending She's giving money to her gambling addict brother to get him out of debt after her husband Cardr

  2. says:

    35★ Look even a weaker GH romance is still head shoulders above romances by other writers so I have to rate GH's novels against each other sadly although I am very fond of Nell Giles this isn't one of GH's best works It was rushed out when GH was in financial difficulty I'm afraid it shows GH has to work hard to sell the plot on this one One of the many things I love about GH's writing is that it is so effortless but t

  3. says:

    I know I was supposed to love this ButThe characters were enough to drive a saint batty Cardross was an idiot How can he except his wife to know he loves her if he never tells her and when anything comes up he immediately a

  4. says:

    Love love love Georgette Heyer No one can do it uite like her although many try Her characters are so charming her take on the period so appealing and her plots so melodramatic and entertaining I love every moment of each of her books This particular book is not one of my most favourites but it is still delightful I have

  5. says:

    As a number of other reviewers have pointed out this amusing but unsatisfactory confection is a less well done reworking

  6. says:

    What a good story April Lady resembled The Convenient Marriage a lot but the heroine in this one was far enjoyab

  7. says:

    This was a very good historical romance novel This is the second book I have read by this author Both books were replete with simpering women and gamblers It is a story of unreuited love The man and wife love each other but do not know how to let the other one know I enjoyed the naritor She did the voices and accents very wellI highly recommend this book to allEnjoy and Be BlessedDiamond

  8. says:

    No Just no I tried but I just couldn’t with this book FULL REVIEW IN MY BLOG

  9. says:

    Romance writers take their reputation in their hands when they spin a tale about an already married couple The misunderstandings of married life have a very different flavor from those of courtship and where is the thrill of the chase? Georgette Heyer surely understood this but perhaps she liked setting herself a challenge for she wrote several novels about married couples and their tortuous path to true love

  10. says:

    reread 2810 to 2910Gawd why do I stay up and read? I always get such massive headaches in the morning I thoroughly enjoyed rereading this missed Heyer alot and I guess I've been in the mood for a good pure light romance lol initially wrote 'rance' and this is why I should never try and review at 2am in the mornin

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April Lady

E as of late she's been unable to look him in the eyeImpetuous Lady Helen Cardross had collected uite a basket of little white lies in her efforts to help those less fortunate than herself There were for example; her own dashing debt ridden brother and her husband's love sick youthful sister But to her adored and adoring lord and master there could be no dissembling of integrity honor or truth One faced up to grim reality unless one were Lady HelenWhen his family's priceless jewels disappear Lord Cardros. As a number of other reviewers have pointed out this amusing but unsatisfactory confection is a less well done reworking of the theme of Heyer s earlier The Convenient Marriage that is the love match in which neither spouse realizes that the other loves him or her This time we unfortunately have no grounds for the love itself which given the unattractive traits they exhibit during the course of the story leaves the reader with little sense of romance The secondary romance of the hero s unbearably spoilt and self centered little sister was even less supported as Letty behaved in ways that clearly distressed her better mannered beau and no explanation for their mutual adoration is ever evinced Heyer has writt Wild Man Creek (Virgin River, reality unless one were Lady HelenWhen his family's priceless jewels disappear Lord Cardros. As a number of other Homewrecker reworking of the theme of Heyer s earlier The Convenient Marriage that is the love match in which neither spouse Make your own model forts & castles realizes that the other loves him or her This time we unfortunately have no grounds for the love itself which given the unattractive traits they exhibit during the course of the story leaves the Tremors of Fury (The Days of Ash and Fury reader with little sense of How Julian and Nigel Turned Each Other Gay (Inadvertently), or So They Both Claim romance The secondary

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Despite the scandalous blemish on the family name of his 18 year old bride Lord Giles Cardross is convinced beautiful Helen cares for him When newlywed begins to fill her days with fashion and frivolity her husband has to wonder whether she really did marry him for his money as his family so helpfully suggests He thought they were marrying for love but as the bills and extravagant debts begin to mount up Giles begins to suspect that perhaps his adored wife isn't as innocent as he supposed Especially sinc. I know I was supposed to love this ButThe characters were enough to drive a saint batty Cardross was an idiot How can he except his wife to know he loves her if he never tells her and when anything comes up he immediately assumes the worst about her And let me not leave his wife out of the blame Nell was a goose for not telling Cardross the whole truth from the beginning I really don t know how she planned to explain herself the deeper she went But she was sweet and so I did like herThen we have the abominable Letty oh she was awful Almost but not uite a Tiffany Wield Spoiled rotten Couldn t abide her Dysart was Nell s reckless brother he was probably the most amusing character if a trifle daft But even he

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S is aghast at the idea that his lovely new wife might be the culprit but he soon discovers the truth about Lady Nell's situation And between his concern over his wife's spending sprees rescuing her impulsive brother from one scrape after another and attempting to prevent his own half it's no wonder the much tried earl can't see where he's gone wrong And now owing a shocking amount of money Nell doesn't dare tell him the truth that she's loved him from the first and thought he'd married her for convenien. Romance writers take their reputation in their hands when they spin a tale about an already married couple The misunderstandings of married life have a very different flavor from those of courtship and where is the thrill of the chase Georgette Heyer surely understood this but perhaps she liked setting herself a challenge for she wrote several novels about married couples and their tortuous path to true love April Lady introduces us to Lord Cardross and his recent bride Nell Nell is fourteen years her husband s junior a damsel scarcely out of the schoolroom when she caught his eye She is innocent and naive we are told while Cardross is a man of the world hardened to the wiles of ladies of ton until he finds

  • Paperback
  • 246
  • April Lady
  • Georgette Heyer
  • English
  • 09 December 2017
  • 9780099476344

About the Author: Georgette Heyer

The Black MothIn 1925 she married George Ronald Rougier a mining engineer Rougier later became a barrister and he often provided basic plot outlines for her thrillers Beginning in 1932 Heyer released one romance novel and one thriller each yearHeyer was an intensely private person who remained a best selling author all her life without the aid of publicity She made no appearances never gave an interview and only answered fan letters herself if they made an interesting historical point She wrote one novel using the pseudonym Stella MartinHer Georgian and Regencies romances were inspired by