Daughter of Fortune

Daughter of Fortune England s most celebrated rake is taunted tempted and tamed by a bold young beauty Sylvie the prize in a card game and the Earl of Ives who wins the game wage a war of wills each desperately ho

  • Title: Daughter of Fortune
  • Author: Dawn Lindsey
  • ISBN: 9780553123142
  • Page: 261
  • Format: Paperback
  • England s most celebrated rake is taunted, tempted, and tamed by a bold young beauty Sylvie, the prize in a card game, and the Earl of Ives, who wins the game, wage a war of wills, each desperately hoping to capture the other

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    About "Dawn Lindsey"

    1. Dawn Lindsey

      A Regency Historical author In 1978, Doubleday published The Duchess of Vidal in 1979, Playboy Press reissued it, in paperback Dawn Lindsey continued to write Regency romance throughout the 1980 s and 1990 s.

    562 thoughts on “Daughter of Fortune”

    1. In sum: Effing brilliant.In more detail: I realize Georgette Heyer's name is bandied about promiscuously when contemporary authors manage to find the sweet spot in Regency romances, balancing the wit of hero and heroine and their conflict, offering up a rogue's gallery of secondary characters who add perspective and humor to the storyline, and the interference, well-meaning and otherwise, of other women populating the plot. When it all comes together elegantly, it is a thrill and great pleasure [...]

    2. Closer to 4.5 stars.Miss Sylvie Fairfield, an almost-20-year-old, had never had a season. Her mother had died when she was four and her father felt nothing but contempt for her. Plain in appearance, she made do with what she had, unaware that everything was about to change.'Nicky', the roguish Earl of St. Ives, had looks, money and a title. At 31 years of age, he was beginning to tire of his lifestyle. Betting, drinking and debauching himself with various women had lost its appeal. So when he go [...]

    3. WARNING: Excessive exclamation mark use ahead. AHHHHH!!! LOVED IT! LOVED IT! LOVED IT! LOVED! LOVED IT!This is a truely an under-rated treasure among Regencies and it has become one of my all-time favourites. After reading a spate of books that were average, mediocre or forgettable, this book brought back the can't-put-it-down fervent reading, giddy butterflies and total investment in the characters that I had so missed. Trust me, I have the eye bags to prove it. The story, is a familiar one - A [...]

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