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by Emily Hendrickson

A Chance Encounter (Signet Regency Romance) download ebook
ISBN:
0451194977
ISBN13:
978-0451194978
Author:
Emily Hendrickson
Publisher:
Signet; First Edition edition (June 1, 1998)
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Rating:
4.5

Emily Hendrickson lives in Reno, Nevada with her husband, a retired airline pilot. In addition to her Regency romances, she has written a Regency reference book.

Emily Hendrickson lives in Reno, Nevada with her husband, a retired airline pilot. She is also the recipient of the Colorado Romance Writers 1997 Award of Excellence for The Debonair Duke. Series: Signet Regency Romance. Mass Market Paperback: 224 pages. Publisher: Signet (July 1, 1996).

Regency romances give readers a chance to escape from the here and now to the elegant world of early nineteenth century England

Regency romances give readers a chance to escape from the here and now to the elegant world of early nineteenth century England. While reading a Regency, you might meet the Duke of Wellington, Beau Brummell, Lady Jersey, and other leaders of the ton. You can watch the dancers at Almack's, drive through Hyde Park at the fashionable hour, shop on Bond Street, or see and be seen at the Opera or the theater. Browse the site to find information about my books - past, present, and future - or about me. You can also read excerpts and see illustrations from my Regency Reference Book

A Chance Encounter book. Doris Emily Hendrickson lives in Reno, Nevada, with her husband, a retired airline pilot.

A Chance Encounter book. She is also the recipient of the Romantic Times award for the Best Regency of 1993 for Elizabeth's Rake and the Colorado Romance Writers 1997 Award of Excellence for The Debonair Duke.

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Regency Romance by Emily Hendrickson. Purchase A Chance Encounter at Regency Reads. When beautiful, talented American Louisa Randolph comes to the Earl of Westcott's estate, she has a good deal to say about English society and its manners. The high-handed lord finds her influence on his family disturbing-but her influence on the earl himself is what most surprises both Louisa and Drew. Regency Romance by Emily Hendrickson.

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Charity Lonsbury was a poor country girl when she fell in love with the rich and sophisticated Marquess of Kenrick.

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Rescued from the carriage accident that killed her guardian, Felicia Brooks hopes that her handsome savior, Henry, Lord Chessyre, can restore the inheritance out of which she has been cheated, without himself stealing her heart. Original.
Reviews:
  • Pedar
I liked our heroine, Felicia, but thought she was thick-headed in refusing to at long last believe the earl cared for her. He's kissed her 3-4 times, sent tons of flowers to her when she was injured, so why does she not clue into his interest? That made me think she was either dense or had really low self-esteem, and neither is a good answer.
There were a few occasions when Ms. Hendrickson seemed to be confused in how to sketch her characters. In one paragraph, she's internalizing Felicia's thinking that William isn't shy, he's simply not interested in her, but there's a gleam of appreciation in his eyes, so he is interested. Wait. What? Huh?
The pacing in this book was sluggish. Once the scene shifted to Strawberry Hill, I lost a great deal of enjoyment in the unfolding courtships because there was too many uncertainties as to who liked who. Basil was an odd duck, but Jane was even stranger. There was really no need to go to such ridiculous lengths to make the villains look cartoonish. Also, Felicia's unlikeable cousin, Willa, should have been brought back into the story or left out entirely. She occupies a handful of pages, is mentioned later, then forgotten.
With the uneven characterization and pacing problems, this was just an okay read and I probably wouldn't read it again.
  • Grosho
Another excellent regency from Ms Hendrickson. I am finding more and more that I like the soft, demure heroines more than the loud, brassy, hoydens. I love a well-written hoyden when one chances into a book, but there is something much more pleasing about a nice, ordinary girl who gets her heart's desire despite all the obstacles thrown against her. In this case, her protector took initial exception to her appearance in his life and was determined she meant ill. It was a well done plot device and I applaud the author for attempting it. I found it very plausible that Will would act the way he did in real life were he confronted with the carriage accident and it's attendant problems. The play was a tad contrived and I feel most unsettled regarding the character of the woman who owns Strawberry Hill but it was diverting and served as a creative backdrop for the murder attempts. All in all a solid regency. Highly recommended for all Regency Romance lovers.