review ñ The Season

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review ´ eBook or Kindle ePUB × Charlotte Bingham Catch the eye of their friend May's son a future Duke If that were all The Season would be a relatively simple affair but since Portia is recently widowed and Emily is away from her husband life is bound to get interestingMeanwhile their arch enemy Daisy Lanford fallen on hard times due to extravagance and too many lovers is busy launching American heiresses However her protegee Sarah Hartley Lambert whilst an engaging girl is not the wild success D.

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review ñ The Season ´ ❮Read❯ ➱ The Season Author Charlotte Bingham – Tushna-hram.ru Portia and Emily meet to launch their daughters on an unsuspecting Society for the London Season of 1913 Both are determined that their offspring Phyllis and Edith will catch the eye of their friend M Portia and Emily meet to launch their daughters on Read The Season Author Charlotte Bingham Tushna hram.ru Portia and Emily meet to launch their daughters on an unsuspecting Society for the London Season of 1913 Both are determined that their offspring Phyllis and Edith will catch the eye of their friend M Portia and Emily meet to launch their daughters on an unsuspecting Society for the London Season of Both are determined that their offspring Phyllis and Edith will.

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The SeasonAisy hopes for This is largely due to the machinations of Phyllis who having formed an unholy alliance with Edith is intent on spoiling the American girl's chancesAs always The Season is fraught with dangers for both the young and the middle aged while the old observe knowing it has all gone on before It will be a minor miracle if all three girls find husbands before the end of The Season and their mothers not to mention Daisy Lanford renewed happines.

10 Comments on "review ñ The Season"

  • CLM

    review ñ The Season The SeasonIn this seuel to Debutantes the women who made their entry to society together are now sheparding the next generation although with the exception of May born on the wrong side of the blanket and thus of low blood which perhaps explains why she is the nicest character the mothers are not sensible enough to behave with propriety and their English daughters are unkind to the American heiress making her debutThe characters did not have much personality but I couldn't help resenting that Sarah the nice American girl attractive but too tall cannot make a decent match eve


  • Amy

    review ñ The Season The SeasonRe read Pure delicious escapismBut WHY do cover designers insist on using photos with dresses that are completely wrong for the time period She's got a bustle and the book is set in the 1910s 30ish years after both the periods when bustles were in fashion in the 1880s Like having a world war two family saga with a woman in a 1970s minidress or flares or something


  • Ria

    review ñ The Season The SeasonAn engaging novel set just after the turn of the century in 1913 when the London Season was still swinging Enter Portia and Emily mothers who are just about to launch their daughters Phyllis and Edith to the worldBut then they are up against competition although considered too tall to be beautiful Sarah Hartley Lambert an American heiress is the protege of Portia and Emily's enemy Daisy Lanford and as rivals she is determined as a professional at launching girls into the season to beat both Phyllis and Edith in the marriage stakes Full of rich historical detail at times funny and a


  • Sharleena Bramley

    review ñ The Season The SeasonCharlotte Bingham is one of my favourite romance type author but this book was a bit of a disappointment to me I just seemed to drag on for too long and I found it very hard to finish reading it I only did so by forcing myself to sit down and read it for the day Although this is the case there were good things about the book The storyline was interesting based around once upon a time mothers living vicariously through their children and the character building within the story was also good It is for these reasons that it received 3 stars from me and not 2


  • Charlaralotte

    review ñ The Season The SeasonSome interesting details of Edwardian life in London during debutante season Otherwise a swift relatively painless and completely undemanding read Wonder why it hasn't been made into a movie yetperhaps because there's not much suspense More soap opera y


  • Windy

    review ñ The Season The SeasonWow I found myself uestioning my taste in books as this one dragggggged on and on and on A group of older ladies living vicariously through the younger girls through the English Season I can read the driest of dry stories but this one left me bored


  • Danielle Pederson

    review ñ The Season The SeasonIf you love Jane Austen or Georgette Heyer you'll love this book It took a look at the London Season from a variety of different viewpoints and I loved how many wonderful different romances there wereRanked #8 in my top 10 romance list


  • Robin Rowe

    review ñ The Season The SeasonThis book was good But not as heart wrenching as The Debutants


  • Sharon

    review ñ The Season The SeasonI adored every single superbly written paragraph of this delightful story


  • Therese

    review ñ The Season The SeasonDid bot bother finishing Great storyline but plot failed it