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Miss Charlotte Stanwood was the despair of her family. She had reached the ripe age of eighteen without a husband, and if her disastrous first season in London was any indication, she was doomed to spinsterhood. What could you do with a girl who would not learn to chatter sweetly or sew neatly or even play the harp? Instead Charlotte rode as well as any man, read the mostMiss Charlotte Stanwood was the despair of her family. She had reached the ripe age of eighteen without a husband, and if her disastrous first season in London was any indication, she was doomed to spinsterhood. What could you do with a girl who would not learn to chatter sweetly or sew neatly or even play the harp? Instead Charlotte rode as well as any man, read the most boring books, and even knew how to speak German. All society was startled when the dashing, handsome, immensely wealthy Duke of Imbrie asked for Charlotte's hand - and shocked when she turned him down. But that was just the first of many surprises Miss Charlotte Stanwood had in store!...

Title : Second Season
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ISBN : 9780440179771
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 236 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Second Season Reviews

  • Griffinyarn
    2018-11-16 22:16

    To be honest, I'm still not sure whether I liked this book or not. The first half of the book was quietly entertaining - feeling like a blend of Jane Austen's Emma and a Georgette Heyer novel (maybe Bath Tangle). Then the heroine and her sister decide to collapse into hysterics which basically last the rest of the book. I have never felt more like beating a fictional character to death with a hair brush.Rating: Maybe 2.5 stars

  • Jane
    2018-12-14 20:11

    a real comfort read when depressed about the country.

  • Gnome Claire *Wishes she was as cool as Gnome Ann*
    2018-12-09 16:16

    I was a bit disappointed in this, I read The Nabob's Widow by Elsie Lee a while ago and really enjoyed it but this one not so much. It was pretty predictable and felt like a mix of other regency books I've read (mostly Georgette Heyer books) and the characters just weren't that compelling.

  • Allie McCormack
    2018-11-21 18:10

    This is another very sweet, absolutely charming Regency romance by Elsie Lee! I highly recommend, my copies are all old and well-read, and I pray they're released on Kindle someday before mine fall entirely apart!

  • Amber
    2018-11-19 23:04

    My mother in law recommended this book to me. It reads kind of like a Jane Austen type book. Little predictable but overall fun to read.

  • CLM
    2018-11-28 19:09

    Lee's regency novels are outstanding.

  • Leslie
    2018-12-07 16:04

    This is my favorite of hers so far!