Claudy Conn's Bestselling Regencies

Claudy Conn's Bestselling Regencies

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Claudy Conn's Bestselling Regencies take you into a time of romance and passion, humor and intrigue: the time of the Regency, when England's King George went mad and his beautiful son became Regent. It was a time where Beau Brummell became arbiter of men's fashions. Aristocratic men followed his lead and discarded the bright-colored satins and white wigs of the past. It was a time of hedonism, with bawdy events taking place at Vauxhall. Noblemen played at changing world events at a gentlemen's club called Whites, and it was a time when an invitation to Almacks was all-important. Lord Byron flourished during the regency, even when it was rumored that he and his half-sister were lovers. It was a time of passion, when all rules and social mores were thrown to the winds-a time when such notables as Lady Caroline Lamb, rejected by her lover, Lord Byron, went out into the public's eye to burn all his letters. It was a time when ladies dressed as boys, when gentlemen sometimes posed as highwaymen, and when seemingly upstanding aristocrats might also be smugglers and spies. Regency society often portrayed itself as a comedy of manners, but beneath it all was human nature, ever present, ever laughing, ever sensual, and ever erotic. Claudy Conn's Bestselling Regencies contains three full-length novels--Wildfire Kiss, Taffeta and Hotspur, and Oh, Cherry Ripe--that will transport you into those times and into the lives of three unforgettable heroines.--Provided by publisher
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : Claudy Conn, 2014
ISBN: 9781310980787
Branch Call Number: EBOOK ENKI
Characteristics: 1 online resource
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Additional Contributors: enki Library


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