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CHARACTERS ô Bething's Folly ð ❰EPUB❯ ✸ Bething's Folly Author Barbara Metzger – Tushna-hram.ru RELUCTANT ROMANCEThe chattering and giggling in a ballroom full of hopeful young debutantes had sent Lord Alexander hurrying for covers He had promised his father the Duke of Carlyle that he would mar RELUCTANT ROMANCEThe chatterinEPUB Bething's Folly Author Barbara Metzger Tushna hram.ru RELUCTANT ROMANCEThe chattering and giggling in a ballroom full of hopeful young debutantes had sent Lord Alexander hurrying for covers He had promised his father the Duke of Carlyle that he would mar RELUCTANT ROMANCEThe chattering and giggling in a ballroom full of hopeful young debutantes had sent Lord Alexander hurrying for covers.

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E independent young beauty was managing nicely as owner of Bething's Folly the racing stable she inherited from her father and marriage was definitely not part of her immediate plans The library seemed the perfect escapeBut the chosen refuge of Elizabeth and Lord Alexander did not turn out to be the safe retreat that either had anticipated for their unexpected meeting proved to be the beginning of a most tempestuous alliance.

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Bething's FollyHe had promised his father the Duke of Carlyle that he would marry but the fun loving young lord was finding the selection process uite a bore and sought a moment of reprieve in the libraryElizabeth Bethingame had accepted the invitation to the magnificent ball at the London home of the Duke and Duchess of Carlyle at the insistence of her aunt but was appalled at the idea of parading herself for Lord Alexander's inspection Th.

CHARACTERS ô Bething's Folly Barbara Metzger is the author of over three dozen books and a dozen novellas She has also been an editor a proof reader a greeting card verse writer and an artist When not painting writing romances or reading them she volunteers at the local library gardens and goes beach combing and yard saling Her novels mostly set in Regency era England have won numerous awards including the Romance.

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  • Desi

    CHARACTERS ô Bething's Folly Bething's FollyCloser to 25 for content 35 writing uality Not as funny as her norm This started off wonderfully Then dived head first off a cliff into a sea of stupidity I was looking forward to the fun getting to know each other after a hasty wedding trope and then the author contrived the most ridiculous reason for them to be mad at each other so that they ended up barely ever having any actual contact in a completely unrealistic and lengthy way I don't know why the author had him pouting and being a class A jerk for such a sustained period of time on such flimsy grounds He had lost any goodwill he had previously built in the reader by the end of the book Their misunderstanding could and should have been cleared up by the next day in a one minute conversation He also had no reason for his extreme distrust of women or his eagerness to believe the worst one loose mistress does not a misogynist make Honestly I couldnt understand why he wouldn't have just put the incident down to


  • Gerrie

    CHARACTERS ô Bething's Folly Bething's FollyMy understanding is that this was Barbara Metzger's first book I really like this author and her well written stories with sympathetic characters witty repartee and deligh


  • QNPoohBear

    CHARACTERS ô Bething's Folly Bething's FollyLord Alexander Carleton is a bachelor Corinthian who has no interest in marriage until a summons from his father the Duke of Carlyle reveals the Duke's ill health will prevent him from knowing his son's wife and heirs unless Alex weds soon Alex promises and his mother sets out looking for a suitable bride for her son Alex despises all the young debutantes until a chance encounter in his father's library introduces him to Miss Elizabeth Bething Elizabeth is outspoken and unaffected; she is also the owner of a racing stable Alex is captivated by Elizabeth and sets out to woo her with the help of his best friend El


  • Jerry Jares

    CHARACTERS ô Bething's Folly Bething's FollyLord Alexander receives a hurried communication from his father the Duke of Carlyle When he arrives his father lying abed extracts a promise from his son to marry as uickly as possible  The Duke is implying that he doesn't have long to live  Alexander is an attractive man who enjoys his pleasures but figures he needs to agree to his father's desire  Thus they have a grand party inviting all the London and local misses to the soiree so Alexander can look them over  After doing his duty at the party for some hours Alexander decides to hide out in the library for a whileAlexander and his circle of men are not impressed with most of the young ladies o


  • Miriamgreen

    CHARACTERS ô Bething's Folly Bething's Follyexpected still better than most dislike simple disagreements that derail plot


  • Pat

    CHARACTERS ô Bething's Folly Bething's FollyThe chattering and giggling in a ballroom full of hopeful young debutantes had sent Lord Alexander hurrying for cover He had promised his father the Duke of Carlyle that he would marry but the fun loving young lord was finding the selection process uite a bore and sought a moment of reprieve in the libraryElizabeth Bethingame had accepted the invitation to the magnificent ball at the London home of the Duke and Duchess of Carlyle at the insistence of her aunt but was appalled at the idea of parading herself for Lord Alexander's inspection The independent young beauty was managing nicely as owner of Bething's Folly the racing stable she inherited from her father and marriage was definitely not part of her immediate plans The library seemed the perfect escapeBut the chosen refuge of Elizabeth and Lord Alexander did not turn out to be the safe retreat that either had anticipated for their unexpected meet


  • Jane

    CHARACTERS ô Bething's Folly Bething's FollyA very lame Regency It starts out well His father blackmails him into choosing a bride by pretending to be on his deathbed Her aunt and uncle don't approve of her interest in horses and spunky desire to keep her father's stable going But his good friend turns out to be interesting than the hero by the end and once the couple marries a ridiculous misunderstanding on their wedding night carries on for far too long


  • Karen Siddall

    CHARACTERS ô Bething's Folly Bething's FollyThis is the book that started me off on a lovely journey through Regency romances It remains to this day my favorite of them all