Lady of Quality
by Georgette Heyer
Mass Market Paperback:
Publisher: Signet Regency Romance
Released: 1972, 1992
Source: Bought through Half.com.
Book Description from Goodreads:
Independent and spirited, Miss Annis Wychwood gives little thought to finding herself a suitable husband, thus dashing the dreams of many hopeful suitors. When she becomes embroiled in the affairs of the runaway heiress Lucilla, though, she encounters the beautiful fugitive's guardian - as uncivil a rogue she has ever met. Although chafing a bit at the restrictions of Regency society in Bath, Annis does have to admit that Oliver Carleton, at least, is never boring.
Lady of Quality is a Regency romance. The author used her excellent understanding of human nature to craft realistic characters and a fun story. The different personality types rubbing up against each other created the humor and relationship tensions in this story. There was a nice level of historical detail woven into the story.
There was no sex. There was some explicit bad language. Overall, I'd recommend this humorous romance.
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