A Lady’s Guide to Fortune-Hunting: The Sunday Times #3 Bestseller - a swoonworthy regency romance. ‘Will fill the Bridgerton-shaped hole in your life’ Red

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A Lady’s Guide to Fortune-Hunting: The Sunday Times #3 Bestseller - a swoonworthy regency romance. ‘Will fill the Bridgerton-shaped hole in your life’ Red

A Lady’s Guide to Fortune-Hunting: The Sunday Times #3 Bestseller - a swoonworthy regency romance. ‘Will fill the Bridgerton-shaped hole in your life’ Red

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A Lady’s Guide to Fortune-Hunting is Sophie’s debut novel and it has already sold in twenty territories worldwide. Kitty no es egoísta, piensa con practicidad como una mujer de su época y sabe que las mujeres no pueden generar la misma riqueza que los hombres, lo único que les queda es un buen matrimonio. She met her forthright match in Radcliffe, they did not like one another and he was soon 'onto her' and worked out her schemes. I would have enjoyed the book more if it had been a bit more focused and had a greater depth of feeling. A cambio de que Kitty deje en paz a Archie, James ayudará a Kitty a entrar en sociedad y le presentará a posibles candidatos que puedan sacar a Kitty de la ruina.

She needs a RICH husband within the next four months if she has to save her family home and ensure the future of her four younger sisters. También sabe que los afectos de su hermano menor no son correspondidos y no dejará que Archie se case con una cazafortunas. Not only is Sophie Irvin best friends with the historical elements, but her light as a feather and sharp as a naked stiletto wit and imagination created the most delicious pair I have had the pleasure to accompany in a romance novel. after his father's death and his time at waterloo, he doesn't feel like he can coexist with them any longer.Although Kitty did manage to get herself into a few London society mishaps that made 21st century me blush, I was definitely cheering for her all the way. there, moving us from one scene to the next, with little tension or excitement or literally anything that would make you invested in what's going on. I loved her boldness and the fact that she never backs down; truly she was a force of nature, and it was inevitable that Radcliffe, who initially despises her for what he perceives as heartlessness, soon begins to fall for her himself even as he attempts to thwart her plans to make a catch of his brother.

This is all about Kitty (Katherine) Talbot who needs a rich husband to take care of her father's massive debts after he passed away - and help save her sisters from ruin. In our over-sexualised era, it is perhaps inconceivable to fall in love with anyone without even touching them, but it is enough to read this book to see that this is entirely possible. This is a book that puts it all out in the open, especially in the many debates Kitty and Radcliffe exchange as they negotiate her place in his insular world.Thanks to NetGalley and Penguin Random House Canada for an egalley in exchange for an honest review. The worldly Radcliffe sees Kitty for the mercenary fortune-hunter that she really is and is determined to scotch her plans at all costs, until their parrying takes a completely different turn. Her love and passion for historical fiction bring a breath of fresh air and a contemporary energy to the genre, and Sophie hopes to transport readers to a time when ballrooms were more like battlegrounds. With the help of Lord Radcliffe, she is introduced into high society to mingle and find herself a husband so she can help save her family. Sure, Kitty is beautiful, but according to Radcliffe, she's also a "scheming viper, "a demon," "an infection," the worst sort of villain," etc.

This is a clean read that has enemies to friends and may a bit of How to Marry a Millionaire thrown in. It is, nevertheless, a wonderfully plotted and engaging book and I'm excited to read this author's next one soon. A Lady's Guide to Fortune-Hunting tries to be a historical fiction and a romance, and succeeds at neither. Radcliffe’s banter with Kitty is charming and their strong love-hate connection is what elevates the story further. Unfortunately, Lord Radcliffe sees Kitty for the cunning and sharp fortune-hunter she is and is determined to stop her.For all of their early antagonism and conflict, Kitty and Radcliffe are more alike than not and the book offers very clever parallel moments to show how these two are the only suitable partners for each other. Kitty was a young woman on a mission, head of her family with four sister dependents to secure a future for. I loved how they were always drawn to each other on the edges of the room and approached each other with full honesty. I am going to have to politely ask historical romance authors and their marketing teams to stop titling books with “A Lady’s Guide…” It’s certainly more palatable than the slew of “The [Profession]’s Daughter/Wife/Sister-in-Law/Female Second Cousin Once Removed” in literary and historical fiction but it’s still confusing.

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