The Lady Most Likely... : A Novel in Three Parts
Overview - The Lady Most Likely is a historical romance anthology with a delightful difference. For the first time ever, New York Times bestselling romantic fiction superstars Julia Quinn, Eloisa James, and Connie Brockway join forces to produce a novel in three parts. Read more...
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The Lady Most Likely
is a historical romance anthology with a delightful difference. For the first time ever, New York Times
bestselling romantic fiction superstars Julia Quinn, Eloisa James, and Connie Brockway join forces to produce a novel in three parts. Readers are cordially invited to a party at a grand English country manor at the height of the Regency Era, where the bachelor Earl of Briarly hopes to find a suitable wife--The Lady Most Likely
--from among the unspoken-for female guests.
- ISBN-13: 9780061247828
- ISBN-10: 0061247820
- Publisher: Avon Books
- Publish Date: December 2010
- Page Count: 372
- Dimensions: 6.76 x 4.28 x 1.04 inches
- Shipping Weight: 0.4 pounds
Books > Fiction > Romance - Historical - General
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This charming, lighthearted Regency, written in three parts by bestsellers Quinn (Ten Things I Love About You), James (A Kiss at Midnight), and Brockway (The Golden Season), delivers wit and heart with every page. Lady Carolyn Finchley hosts a house party to find a match for her horse-mad brother, Hugh Dunne, earl of Briarly. Hugh (who compares the season's top debutante to the "one foal that everyone thinks will breed a winner") and two other exceedingly eligible gents mingle with Miss Gwendolyn Passmore, who conceals awkwardness with arrogance; the straight-speaking Miss Katherine Peyton; and Hugh's recently widowed childhood friend Lady Georgina Sorrell. The romance's cheerful tone and key plot points carry through seamlessly as each author takes the reins, making three matches for the price of one. (Jan.)