The Lady Most Likely

The Lady Most Likely

A Novel in Three Parts

eBook - 2011
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In a Regency novel told in three parts by three different authors, Hugh Dunne, the Earl of Briarly, throws the party of the season at his sister's country home, with the aim of finding a suitable wife.
Publisher: New York : Avon, c2011
ISBN: 9780062037411
0062037412
Branch Call Number: Overdrive eBook
Characteristics: 1 online resource (372 p.)
Additional Contributors: Brockway, Connie
James, Eloisa

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BiblioMaxine
Oct 28, 2015

Adorable!

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jblane
Aug 26, 2015

I just added a comment but it doesn't appear! It is NOT available for download in any format. Don't believe what you see.

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barbaralouisa
Nov 28, 2012

I really enjoyed this book, the three stories by the three authors all followed smoothly. If you are looking for a pleasant way to pass some time, this is the book to pick up if you are a Julia Quinn fan.

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alysor
Jul 01, 2012

I really enjoyed this book. All the characters are gathered at a house party so that Lady Carolyn Finchley can help her brother find a spouse. She has two women on her list, plus her best friend, who doesn't intend to marry again. As can be expected, no one ends up with who Carolyn expects, but everyone is happy in the end. Predictable, perhaps, but fun and humorous.

AuntJane Jan 19, 2012

I couldn't figure out the "3 parts" bit - I kept thinking it must be 3 different books - but it is one book with 3 storylines woven together. A fun read.

CARIDAD82DKS Apr 25, 2011

FINISHED

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vicka
Apr 13, 2011

The unusual thing about that historical romance is that buy the end of the book there would be several brides and grooms and you can't be sure from the very beginning who will marry who. That is not a bad book but at the same time there in nothing remarkable about in.

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