Dame Durden's Daughter

Dame Durden s Daughter Dame Durden lives in the past and she intends her daughter to follow in her footsteps So Edith is pushed into an engagement with the Saxon blooded minister Dr Thorne who may not be all he appears T

  • Title: Dame Durden's Daughter
  • Author: Joan Smith
  • ISBN: 9780709079293
  • Page: 417
  • Format: None
  • Dame Durden lives in the past, and she intends her daughter to follow in her footsteps So Edith is pushed into an engagement with the Saxon blooded minister, Dr Thorne, who may not be all he appears The wild and newly elevated duke, Helver Say, is Edith s own choice, but there are powerful arguments against him including his own lack of coming to the point.

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    1 thought on “Dame Durden's Daughter”

    1. First, I must say, I probably have spoilers dotted throughout this review so if you hate knowing anything about a story, then I would not read any of it until after!I have read 17 Smith novels so far (I had to go back and count to make sure). While this is not my favorite (Imprudent Lady among a few others are), it is definitely not my least favorite. I notice that with novels like this (where romance is the primary feature), the H and h are often very harshly judged. But I feel that if Joan Smi [...]

    2. I did enjoy the book but it was not as outstanding as the other Joan Smith that I read. The Regency format is not one that I'm familiar with although I read the longer Regency Historical format often. Joan Smith's speciality is her humor that she uses to such perfection in her characterizations. I did not see as much humor used in this book and the heroine annoyed me to no end in that she waffled in her emotions too much. She disliked her fiance and yet would stick up for him when his faults wer [...]

    3. A friend recommended this to me. It's not quite Georgette Heyer, but was better than some of the newer "regency."

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