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eBook Two Corinthians ePub

by Carola Dunn

  • ISBN: 0802710875
  • Subcategory: Love Story
  • Author: Carola Dunn
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Walker & Co (December 1, 1989)
  • Pages: 216
  • ePub book: 1338 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1453 kb
  • Other: azw mbr mbr mobi
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 104

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Two Corinthians - Carola Dunn. The unknown Corinthian carefully lifted Claire and carried her into the house, followed by Lizzie with the precious basket.

Two Corinthians - Carola Dunn. The butler hovered, clucking at them anxiously.

Two Corinthians book. Carola Dunn is the author of more than 30 Regency romances, as well as 16 mysteries (the Daisy Dalrymple mystery series is set in England in the 1920s). Ms. Dunn was born and grew up in England, where she got a . in Russian and French from Manchester University. She travelled as far as Fiji before returning to settle in California.

Carola Dunn (born 1946) is an English-born American writer of regency romances and detective fiction. Dunn attended Friends' School, Saffron Walden, and graduated from the University of Manchester. She has lived in Eugene, Oregon, since 1992. Of her 59 books (as of 2018), 32 are regency romances, 4 are part of the Cornish Mystery series featuring "Eleanor Trewynn, a widow who’s retired from international charity work to a village in Cornwall," and 23 are part of the Daisy Dalrymple series.

Lord Pomeroy has been rejected by his long-time fiancé and must find a woman to marry for his ill father’s sake

Carola Dunn CAROL A DUNN is the author of the Daisy Dalrymple series as well as other mysteries and historical novels. Born and raised in England, she lives in Eugene, Oregon. The Corpse at the Crystal Palace.

Jodie Zaleski meets Giles Faringdale, a lord no less, in contemporary Oxford-only to find herself transported with him back to his ancestral home in Regency times.

Lord Pomeroy has been rejected by his long-time fiancé and must find a woman to marry for his ill fathers sake. Remove from Wishlist.

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1989) (The second book in the Miss Hartwell's Dilemma series) A novel by Carola Dunn. The plot may be predictable, but Dunn creates some interesting characters and shows a deft touch with the Regency genre. Light but satisfying reading. Library Journal In this sequel to Miss Hartwell's Dilemma, Dunn follows the fortunes of two men left unattached in the earlier book. Bertram, Lord Pomeroy, the rejected lover, and George Winterbourne, the brother of his rival, become involved with the Sutton sisters, Claire and Lizzie. Barbara E. Kemp, Columbia Univ. Genre: Historical Romance. Similar books by other authors.

I am sooooo glad that I found Carola Dunn ! I was desperately looking for a new author after reading all of Maeve Binchy's novels and I have always loved the Gothic Romance genre. Imagine my delight to come across this wonderful writer :-) ! Please if you are a fan of this underappreciated genre give Carola Dunn a try. You will not be disappointed. Michelle E. Medeiros.

Lord Pomeroy's sister plays the matchmaker when she pairs her brother up with the spinsterish horticulturist Claire, who is herself Cupid for her sister, Lizzie, and the charming George Winterbourne, who, in turn, has designs on Claire

Comments

Dreladred Dreladred
I am a Carola Dunn fan. Regency romance is my go to for fluff reading. This is one of my favorites by this author. The main characters were all distinct from each other and had their own concerns and trouble reading each other. Unlike many other books in this genre, I did not get frustrated by the misunderstandings between the main characters since they resulted not from a horrible lack of communication but rather from the main characters themselves having difficulty in deciding what they want and whether or not it is too late to change their minds.
GYBYXOH GYBYXOH
Part of the fun of reading a Regency romance is staying inside the bounds of propriety. While I suspect the author has played fast and loose with those boundaries at times, it did not detract from my enjoyment of the story. The characters and their heart confusions are endearing and unforced. The book is also pretty darn clean, with just kissing. That's a plus in my book.
Road.to sliver Road.to sliver
This was entertaining, but not completely the antidote to Daisy Dalrymple withdrawal. Still, I fancy a cup of tea and a biscuit.
Zacki Zacki
Author writes well. This is not my usual sort of novel, but she kept me reading to the end. It was more competent than many another romance novel I've stumbled into.
Androlhala Androlhala
She's witty, thoughtful, and kept me up all night reading! I feel like I'm actually there in the story and am living in the age. :)
Monn Monn
Wonderful glimpse of the era of English life in the past. Author nails caracters and the period life. Pure joy!!
Tygrarad Tygrarad
Good Plot and character development without getting confused or loosing the story line. You can almost follow the thought processes of the characters andthe authenticity of language adds to the storyline rather than dettracting from it.
Two loving sisters, one young and feisty, the other quiet, calm and resolved to be a spinster, find love.

The heroes are at odds with one another and vie for the wrong sister.

This is an easy, fun read, perfect for a weekend or cold winter day.