Much Ado About You

Much Ado About You

Book - 2005
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Tess Essex, the oldest of a quartet of orphaned young women, understands it is her task to marry quickly and well in order to help her sisters make advantageous matches, but things do not go just as planned, and she soon finds herself faced with the prospect of marriage to an infamous--but very attractive--rake.
Publisher: New York : Avon Books, 2005
ISBN: 9780060732066
0060732067
Characteristics: 391 p. ; 18 cm

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Lucchesa
Jun 06, 2013

If you want to indulge in the guilty pleasure of a regency romance without feeling like you've been sucked into an intellectual vacuum, Eloisa James is a good choice. She's a Shakespeare prof under a different name, so her character-driven books usually contain some tidbit about the bard (here a character tries to avoid marriage by spouting obnoxiously learned Shakespeare quotes at her fiance). Much Ado About You includes a lovely poem by Catullus (!) as well.

BakerStreetIrregular Mar 07, 2011

I don't typically read romance novels but I started reading this one because I had bought it on sale from Chapters. It turned out to be a really great read. The characters were all unique and interesting. I thoroughly enjoyed the book.

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