Arabella (Regency Romances) [Georgette Heyer] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Georgette Heyer is the Queen of the Regency. Guest review by Kara Louise of Delightful Diversions The heroine of Georgette Heyer’s novel, “Arabella” is Arabella Tallent, daughter of a. Arabella. Georgette Heyer. Buy This Book. Arabella Tallant is the daughter of a vicar, and when she gets the opportunity to spend the season in.

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Even though it was his fault to begin with, accidently setting off Arabella’s most impulsiveness, he does not for one moment go through the stupid gestures of being an arablla.

Once upon a time, in a sheltered and remote Yorkshire village, there lived the Tallant family, of which Arabella was the eldest and prettiest daughter. Enjoyed this book so much I read it again. Arabella found the estate itself was very grand, but very humble at the same time with a vast array of servants that georgetet each other out with everything. Robert Beaumaris, a handsome and extremely wealthy man. Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals.

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I can’t help but feeling disappointed since there are Georgette Heyer books with much better crafted ending, like The Grand SophyVenetiaand Frederica. Refresh and try again. Several reviews called it a Cinderella story, and it is, but it’s so much more – scenes came back into my mind for days after.

Beaumaris and the little dog that Arabella foists on him, or the entire situation around Jimmy, get arabela laughing every time. I just told you. She is the wrong reader for this book. Amazon Music Stream millions of songs.

Dec 21, Georgete M rated it really liked it. She never expected to fall in love. Heyer spared nothing in creating one of her most appealing characters. Smiling even wider, he in went in search of her, taking his time as he heard the occasional groans of distress every time she ran into a dead end that led to no where. I think Heyer did! And it was sometimes annoying to read about all his misadventures, despite his sister and his friend Mr.


All the while, however, he’s playing a teasing, cat-and-mouse game with her, at first to amuse himself with her discomfort as things get Out Of Hand, then hoping she’ll trust him enough to ‘fess up to her deception. Bring them here Brough!

And I definitely get the appeal of Mr. Oh my, I want to pick this one up right away! Once again, I am amazed at Georgette Heyer’s ability to make me laugh out loud – her books are so much fun – dialogue, characters, plotlines, etc. It is hilarious to see how all those fortune-hunting families are devastated when the Nonpareil gives all his attention to Arabella.

Arabellla knows that Arabella loves him too. This is an excellent book to introduce yourself to Georgette Heyer.

She had enjoyed the way his hands had roamed over her body slowly as he held her close to him and had wished when they both heard the housekeeper’s soft, yet firm knock on the sitting room door that signaled it was bed time, that they were both far away some place private where georgeette could taste more of what he was giving her.

She could hear his breaths come fast as his hips seemed to occasionally thrust slightly forward. Yeah, and tell them to have the carriage ready for six, and — Painswick: Robert was known to the ton as The Nonpareil, a famed flirtatious man who took the interest of young beauties like herself, but who had money in their name at least, and played along with their hearts until he broke them by saying he was not interested and went his merry way.

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Arabella stood up and stripped out of her dress and shift and stood still before the other full length mirror. She wasn’t perfect; she didn’t take the information like a little saint, but was believably excited.


In a few brief sentences, Heyer explains the type of person she is completely. In fact, they were really well done. What was this georgtete she was experiencing for the first time.?

View all 18 comments. Instead, she has to complicate things by becoming a fraud, and it’s only because Beaumaris finds it amusing and decides to play the Big Joke of the Decade on the heger aristocrats and fops of the ton by lending credibility to her lies, thus protecting her with his reputation, that she’s not exposed or ridiculed or humiliated.

But there are not many women reading it for the first time now that really love it. Beaumaris finds her likeable because she is so different from the other women he met before. Arabella overhears his words and pretends to be an heiress without thinking about the consequences of her statement.

Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go. Until a future Heyer read challenges my vote, Arabella is now my favorite Heyer romance. Anticipation gathered in her loins to the point she could almost scream with frustration and longing. Arabella has been waiting for me to get to it for quite some time.

Please try again later. The way the dog and Robert Beaumaris adopted each other and the way Robert consulted the animal was beyond lovely.

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With her father’s blessing, some careful saving on her mother’s part, and a an ancient traveling carriage provided by he Arabella Tallant is the eldest daughter of a Yorkshire clergyman. Take a holiday, go have fun! Beaumaris, who was convinced that Arabella is pursuing him for his wealth.