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    PDF/EBOOK (Venetia by Georgette Heyer) June 2019 reread with the Georgette Heyer groupNews flash I'm not 18 any So even though I still have a soft spot for romances in general and Regencies in particular my appetite for reading about sweet silly young girls who do brainless things and have Big Misunderstandings with the guy has dwindled to almost zero When you're yelling TALK TO EACH OTHER PEOPLE at a book it's not particularly conducive to the r

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    PDF/EBOOK (Venetia by Georgette Heyer) Georgette Heyer å 8 characters Chapter 1 in which I continue my love affair with a most enchanting author Chapter 2 in which Venetia is establi

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    PDF/EBOOK (Venetia by Georgette Heyer) I read the Arrow but I think Arrow got it completely wrong with the cover art on their edition a plain redhead

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    review Venetia by Georgette Heyer PDF/EBOOK (Venetia by Georgette Heyer) Georgette Heyer å 8 characters Yorkshire 1818WARNING Spoilers gushing swooning uoting and rose petal strewing ahead ; no orgies though I promise

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    review Venetia by Georgette Heyer PDF/EBOOK (Venetia by Georgette Heyer) This is a sweet little historical romance with a hero and heroine who are like minded in being smart witty and refreshingly honest with each other Unlike most of this genre the virginal lady knows exactly who the rake is and loves him anyway because she can see that beneath the veneer of ugly behavior is a kind man She Venetia ugly name and

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    PDF/EBOOK (Venetia by Georgette Heyer) Enjoyed the story very much Venetia's sense sass and humour is nothing short of amazing The hero was cut out along the usual lines of generic worldweary byronic rake and I found him uite meh but I got used to him in the end

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    PDF/EBOOK (Venetia by Georgette Heyer) Here's the thing This book is one of my all time favorite books I've read it so many times by now that I lost count And yet I never wrote a review because I could never really find the right words to do this book justice When I finally convinced two of my good friends to give this book a try yet another re read was in order And guess what I still love it and still can't come up with coherent reasons why Let'

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    review Venetia by Georgette Heyer PDF/EBOOK (Venetia by Georgette Heyer) free download Ö eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF å Georgette Heyer I am one of those who steered clear of Georgette Heyer for years even though I heard the comparisons to Jane Au

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    PDF/EBOOK (Venetia by Georgette Heyer) Never in my life have I been so glad of a rainy afternoon Never so glad that I was bored and typed a name into a s

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    PDF/EBOOK (Venetia by Georgette Heyer) Here's the thing This book is one of my all time favorite books I've read it so many times by now that I lost count And yet I never wrote a review because I could never really find the right words to do this book justice When I finally convinced to of my good friends to give this book a try yet another re read w

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Venetia by Georgette Heyer

Venetia by Georgette Heyer summary Í 8 free download Ö eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF å Georgette Heyer review Venetia by Georgette Heyer La bella y perspicaz Venetia Lanyon vive con su hermano Aubrey en una mansión de Yorkshire A sus veinticinco años disfruta de una existencia apacible y razonablemente feliz aunue sólo ha tenido dos aburridos pretendientes ue n. I read the Arrow but I think Arrow got it completely wrong with the cover art on their edition a plain redhead Venetia a bland looking curly haired Damerel Faugh I still do have my old falling apart Pan checked some of the Regency slang to make sure there were no typos as far as I could tell there weren tAnother example of GH experimenting with the genre my younger self would have found Venetia s realistic expectations for her future happiness view spoiler the fact that Damerel had gone through his fortune so they weren t going to be wealthy unromantic What can I say I was shallow D hide spoiler

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Venetia by Georgette Heyer summary Í 8 free download Ö eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF å Georgette Heyer review Venetia by Georgette Heyer O han logrado conuistar su corazón Por suerte o por desgracia todo cambia cuando el libertino y supuestamente depravado lord Damerel se instala en una propiedad vecina Entre él y Venetia nacerán sentimientos a los ue se opondr. This is a sweet little historical romance with a hero and heroine who are like minded in being smart witty and refreshingly honest with each other Unlike most of this genre the virginal lady knows exactly who the rake is and loves him anyway because she can see that beneath the veneer of ugly behavior is a kind man She Venetia ugly name and how is it pronounced has seen his kindness in action when her younger brother Aubrey who has a lame leg is injured horse riding near the gentleman s estate and Damerel takes him home to recover While there Aubrey is handled beautifully by Damerel who instinctively realizes that the boy hates pity and truly despises being treated like an invalid The character of Aubrey is wonderful and I soon grew to love him just as much as his sister does Aubrey is a brilliant scholar and also has a rapier wit like Venetia and although uite acerbic and self involved truly loves his sister and wants her to be happyAll s well that ends well and there are some skeletons in everyone s closet that make this love match not nearly as uneual as we are led to believe in the beginning

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Venetia by Georgette Heyer summary Í 8 free download Ö eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF å Georgette Heyer review Venetia by Georgette Heyer án con fuerza familia amigos conocidos e incluso el propio Damerel Así pues tendrá ue ser Venetia uien tras superar dudas y algún desengaño se valga de toda su astucia para doblegar el destino y conseguir auello ue más dese. I am one of those who steered clear of Georgette Heyer for years even though I heard the comparisons to Jane Austen I was afraid they were formulaic romances To my surprise it wasn t what I feared all those years and proved that breaking out of one s reading comfort zone can be uite rewarding This was made enjoyable getting to read this along with Sabrina who also had some of the same feelings regarding Heyer and both of us ended up enjoying it I was aware Heyer was famous or some may say infamous for her Regency cant I admit to being a bit intimidated with the thought of tackling this period slang did you know there are about 30 words just for dimwitted So to prepare I bookmarked several websites and had the book Georgette Heyer s Regency World at the ready At first it was a little difficult and distracting trying to figure out the meaning but the patient help I received from fellow GR friends was invaluable Their input made it much fun allowing me to relax stop worrying and make it of a game instead Our heroine Venetia then twenty two perilously near to being on the shelf is uite modern not only for the Regency period but for the 1950 s when this was originally written She is unconventional with her free thoughts and expressions but at the same time not challenging her family to take care of their responsibilities I did find her conveniently too naive at times for purposes of the story Then we have our hero Damarel that dastardly bad boy and rake or using Regency cant a rip He doesn t hide who he is or his past from Venetia even using his reputation to his advantage at times As he finds himself falling for Venetia he wins over the reader too How can one resist lines like this What I regret I can never undo for the gods don t annihilate space or time or transform such a man as I am into one worthy to be your husbandThe accolades for Heyer s historical detail are justified Daily life settings clothing and manners are richly painted giving a clear picture of the genteel decorous yet rigid Regency society She also presents the limited expectations for women in an unapologetic yet realistic way Everything is laced with wit and humor my case is clearly past remedy and I ve nothing to do but decide whether to be an aunt to Conway s children or a mother to Edward s and I have a lowering presentiment that Edward s children will be dreadfully dull poor little thingsThere are no cardboard cutout characters they are multi layered full of life whether you hate them love them laugh at them or barely tolerate them Venetia s suitors or men in waiting as I came to think of them Edward Yardley and Oswald Denny had me laughing with their pursuit and dreams of gallantry I grew to appreciate Aubrey her younger brother and how he coped with being lame in a time when such imperfections were unacceptable shunned and shamed by many Master Aubrey s hatred of his disability and his passionate desire to show himself as hearty and as independent as his fortunate contemporariesHeyer cleverly puts all these people together some we never even meet some we only briefly meet and some we never expect to meet yet they are all important to putting the final picture together There is no surprise about how things will end the fun is how they get to happily ever after including an expected twist I didn t see coming I loved the endearments they called each other she called him The Wicked Baron and he called her My Dear Delight This was my first brush with Heyer and I don t plan on it being my last Will I judge all her others against this one I hope not but Damarel will be hard to top so only time will tell On that note I ll let Damarel end this review and prove why he is not easily forgottenWhen you smile at me like that it s all holiday with me

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  • Venetia by Georgette Heyer
  • Georgette Heyer
  • English
  • 23 July 2019
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