A Lady's Deception

A Lady s Deception Tacye Adlington disguises herself as her late twin brother in order to provide a proper escort for her younger sister during Bath s Little Season but her masquerade is threatened by her attraction to

  • Title: A Lady's Deception
  • Author: Jeanne Savery
  • ISBN: 9780821749777
  • Page: 281
  • Format: Paperback
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    Tacye Adlington disguises herself as her late twin brother in order to provide a proper escort for her younger sister during Bath s Little Season, but her masquerade is threatened by her attraction to the brooding, reclusive Marquess of Worth Original.

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    • _inbetween_ says:

      Supposedly one of the best Regency novels ever, hard to get and acclaimed Savery's best *sigh* She dedicates it to Heyer, the third one who at least does it openly. It started out ok, a girl-dresses-as-boy story without any gender blabla, but the lack of the usual lust-at-first-sight comes hand in hand with the total absence of ANY reason for them to fall in love. In fact when she thinks she loves him it's out of the blue and might as well have been for one of the villains, same about him. Ther [...]

    • Lexie says:

      When I first read this, a decade or so ago, I read it under the mistaken belief that it would be similar to a manga I adore called Basara. All I really read of the synopsis was 'Young girl masquerades as her late twin brother and gets into trouble'--which is Basara's plot at the most simple. So yes I was mighty surprised and learned the valuable lesson to read the blurb before you read the book to avoid such mishaps again.Regardless this trope--a lady disguising herself as a guy--tickles me pink [...]

    • Linda says:

      Tacye Adlington has a beautiful younger sister, Damaris, who required a 'coming out'. Their only brother, Terry, who happens to be Tacye's twin, died a few years before during the war with France. With no living parents and a blind aunt, Tacye becomes 'Toby' and a ruse is on.This is definitely one of the most unusual Regency romances I have read in awhile. Jeanne Savery manages to blend intrigue with some snarky humor and along for the ride is the Marquess of Worth. He is approached by another s [...]

    • Teresa Dowd says:

      This is one of my most favorite regency romances. In spite of the freedom afforded by Tayce's ploy, the usual period limitations are a stronger box on their options than most regencies. They have that slightly different outlook for 1820 that so few more recent books manage. The richness of period detail makes Bath more than a stage for Tayce and Worth, they are part of that society.I wore out my copy over the years, and got another as a gift. This tale is is clever in the snark, from even the gr [...]

    • Seema says:

      An old fashioned traditional regency about a young girl who dresses up like a boy and goes with her aunt and younger sister to Bath. It's three romances and though it has an unbelievable plot, the characterization of the main characters was well done. I enjoyed it.

    • Kel says:

      Girl dresses like boy to protect family. Well-done and humorous. An old favorite written before sex was used instead of plot, dialogue and character development.

    • Sylvia says:

      Regency

    • Annette says:

      One of the best, most witty and well written book I've read in a long time.

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