The Convenient Marriage
Discover the Regency romance writer all your favorite authors adore:
"You're in for a treat." —NORA ROBERTS
"One of the great protagonists of the historical novel." —PHILIPPA GREGORY
"She's the original." —JULIA QUINN
"Georgette Heyer created a genre so rich that thousands of us have been mining it ever since."—LORETTA CHASE
"No one has ever matched Georgette Heyer for charm and wit."—LISA KLEYPAS
"Georgette Heyer's legacy is a gift to all of us who love the Regency period."—LORRAINE HEATH
"Georgette Heyer's Regency romances are my perennial favorites!"—LENORA BELL
Horatia Winwood is simply helping her family.
When the Earl of Rule proposes marriage to her sister Lizzie, Horatia offers herself instead. Her sister is already in love with someone else, and Horatia is willing to sacrifice herself and tell a few convenient lies for her family's happiness. Everyone knows she's no beauty, but she'll do her best to keep out of the Earl's way and make him a good wife. And then the Earl's archenemy, Sir Robert, sets out to ruin her reputation...
The Earl of Rule has found just the wife he wants.
Unbeknownst to Horatia, the Earl is enchanted by her. There's simply no way he's going to let her get into trouble. Overcoming some misguided help from Horatia's harebrained brother and a hired highwayman, the Earl routs his old enemy, and wins over his young wife—proving theirs was no accidental marriage and gifting her with a love that she never thought she could expect.
This was such a great book! You immediately fall in love with both of the main characters. The Earl of Rule and Horatia are both delightful. This was a great read it always kept you wondering and reading more.
Love the banter—such a fun read.
A heroine you love to hate
The first chapter misleads you. A reader is misled to think the heroine is a loyal, brave sister willing to sacrifice herself for a beloved sister. But as you read on, you realize this girl is frivolous, insipid, thoughtless and has no redeeming qualities. Literally fresh out of the schoolroom, you wonder if she learned nothing while in in there. A reader would hope she improves but you can only find out if you can stomach her past chapter 2.