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eBook Hermit's Daughter ePub
Author: Joan Smith
Language: English
ISBN: 0449215881
ISBN13: 978-0449215883
Publisher: Fawcett (November 27, 1988)
Category: Erotica
Subcategory: Literature
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 868
Formats: lrf lit lrf mbr
ePub file: 1140 kb
Fb2 file: 1349 kb

The hermits daughter, . Mrs. Hermitage raised her elbow and gave her elder daughter a surreptitious poke in the ribs.

The hermits daughter, . The Hermit's Daughter, . Not loath to abandon such dull company, Sally picked up a magazine as an excuse to move far across the saloon to a reading lamp.

Joan Smith smiling welcome this morning. Sally sat silent in a corner, determined to be civil. I’m afraid I’m busy this morning, she replied

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Sally Hermitage was daughter of the famous solicitor The Hermit, but unfortunately . But Monstuart exhibited some evidence of attraction to Sall. egency Romance by Joan Smith; originally published be Fawcett Crest.

Sally Hermitage was daughter of the famous solicitor The Hermit, but unfortunately her father had not left his widow financially secure. So Sally was determined to see her sister married to the man she loved, Lord Derwent. But Derwent had a guardian, Lord Monstuart, who was just as determined to prevent his nephew from throwing himself away on Melanie.

The Hermit's Daughter. Format:Mass Market Paperback. Select Format: Mass Market Paperback. ISBN13:9780449215883. Catherine Irving, daughter of a clergyman, inherited a house in London from her aunt, only to find the place in rundown condition, in a bad neighborhood, with impecunious tenants

The Hermit's Daughter. Sally Hermitage was daughter of the famous solicitor "The Hermit," but unfortunately her father had not left his widow financially secure. Catherine Irving, daughter of a clergyman, inherited a house in London from her aunt, only to find the place in rundown condition, in a bad neighborhood, with impecunious tenants. Except for Mr. Alger, handsome and charming, who did not seem to fit in at all. Catherine suspected something was afoot, and she also suspected that there might-or might not-be romance in the making.

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Joan Alison Smith (born 27 August 1953) is an English journalist, novelist, and human rights activist, who is a former chair of the Writers in Prison committee in the English section of International PEN and was the Executive Director of Hacked Of. .

Joan Alison Smith (born 27 August 1953) is an English journalist, novelist, and human rights activist, who is a former chair of the Writers in Prison committee in the English section of International PEN and was the Executive Director of Hacked Off. The daughter of a park superintendent, Smith was educated at a state school before reading Latin at the University of Reading in the early 1970s. 1988) A novel by Joan Smith. Regency Romance by Joan Smith; originally published be Fawcett Crest Genre: Historical Romance

Mautaxe
For the sake of other possible new readers to this book I'll give a brief summary. The h, her mother and sister are living under straightened circumstances following the death of her father, who was a wealthy lawyer to the ton. The h's mother doesn't like tightening her belt and so 3 years after the fathers death, they are very low on funds. The h's younger and very pretty sister has just about brought a young Earl up to scratch but he needs his guardian to approve of the marriage so that he can gain the funds he needs. The guardian is his uncle (he is also a Marquess) and he has a fierce reputation. The h is led to believe that he is a bit of a rake as well. The h never had the opportunity for a season and hasn't made a match yet because she is quite fiery, although she is beautiful too. When the H comes along and meets the family sparks fly and there are quite a few misunderstandings and adventures along the way.

As others have already said this is a clean and traditional Regency, which I thoroughly enjoyed.
uspeh
Sally Hermitage had quite the predicament. Her father was the famous solicitor known as "The Hermit" and had actually left his family with a fair amount of funds, however, her mother was a very poor money manager. The family managed to live well and dress exceedingly well, however, time was running out and although Sally was beautiful, she was also very opinionated so it seemed the best option for the family was to see Sally's younger sister married off to Lord Derwent who was head over heels in love with the young lady.

However, Lord Derwent wasn't in charge of his own funds. It seems, his guardian Lord Monstuart would be in charge until he was of age and Lord Monstuart had absolutely no thoughts to allowing Derwent his funds to marry into the Hermitage family. Eventually Lord Monstuart and Sally are going at one another. However, when he begins to turn his gentlemen friends against Sally the war is on. Personally, I would have enjoyed a bit more romance. But this was a case where the appeal was supposedly in the fight. I like some battling back and forth, but there was a little too much in this one for me to give it more than three stars.
Nuadabandis
I enjoyed this book, but there was a little more disagreement between the H and h and a little less romance than I like. Clean romance with more historical accuracy than many regencies. The heroine is likeable and intelligent, as well as stunningly beautiful. I liked the way the author combined these characteristics. There are women who are highly intelligent and beautiful at the same time, and it's okay to put them together in a character sometimes.
Marr
This book is a light romance - actually 3 romances - that is sure to entertain and delight. Unlike many authors who seem to give characters bizarre emotional twists and turns to satisfy the narrative, Joan Smith creates characters who are consistent personalities that you get to learn more about as the story develops. No evil, no hyper sexed characters, no idiots -- a bit of tension about how much it costs to have a Season in London, but that's the only "threat" to our characters. The main H and h are great fun.
porosh
This is one of my favorite books by this author. The main characters are Sally Hermitage, her mother and her sister Melanie, Lord Derwent and his uncle Lord Monstuart. It has many twists and turns and relationships with many problems. It is a very interesting story. My only complaint is I wish the story had continued longer. I highly recommend it.
Berenn
I loved the lively bantering between the H and h. Even though I knew the ending, it was an enjoyable romp. Humorous dialogue, romance, and a clean read rate this a 5 for me.
Gajurus
A very real feeling Regency. The characters definitely have real flaws, but work well together. Very realistic expectations for the times, but wonderful how "romance" comes through.
Another novel in Georgette Heyer's style. An excellent, amusing read. Highly recommend.
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