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Frederica

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First published in 1965, a novel set in Regency England in which the rich and handsome Marquis of Alverstoke is plunged into a succession of dramas ... Show synopsis

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  • Dec 30, 2010
    by Inger P

    Love Georgette Heyer. I have read all her books many times and will continue to do so. Lovely to imerse oneself into the time and place of the story.

  • Sparking and witty Jan 17, 2008
    by GoluxGirl

    This is one of my absolute favorite Heyer novels. She brings together two of her best "types": the smart, vivacious young woman, and the too-proud man who finds himself bending to the overwhelming, humorous debacles she brings into his life. Ms. Heyer manages to combine history with modern sensibility, without sacrificing truth. Her heroines aren't modern transplants setting the historical world on its collective ear, but rather women of their time who know how to create opportunities for themselves and their loved ones. Frederica is dazzlingly normal, but bright and pretty. It's her humanity and love for family, her humor and wit in the face of crazy situations, that captures Alverstoke's heart -- not her beauty, money, or position (and not her body, either!) You could compare this to the film "Gigi" in the way a natural, non-society woman breaks a too-conventional high-society man out of his boredom--just by being herself, and not because she's set out to snare him. Two thumbs way up.

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