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The Nonesuch At the age of five and thirty, Sir Waldo Hawkridge, wealthy, handsome, eligible, illustrious, and known as The Nonesuch for his athletic prowess, and when he comes north to inspect his unusual inheritance at Broom Hall in the West Riding, his arrival leads to the most entertaining of ramifications [PDF] ✅ Le déshonneur des Montergnac Par ISABELLE BUFFET – Kleankitchen.co.uk Sir Waldo Hawkridge ❮Reading❯ ➺ The Angel of Antioch Author Daniel Molyneux – Kleankitchen.co.uk wealthy [PDF / Epub] ☄ My Beloved Devil By Miyake Madoka – Kleankitchen.co.uk handsome ☀ [PDF / Epub] ★ The Truce at Bakura By Kathy Tyers ✍ – Kleankitchen.co.uk eligible [Lesening] ➾ Komi Can't Communicate, Vol. 1 ➵ Tomohito Oda – Kleankitchen.co.uk illustrious [Read] ➲ AlterWorld (Play to Live, By D. Rus – Kleankitchen.co.uk and known as The Nonesuch for his athletic prowess [PDF / Epub] ✅ Inferno (Play to Live Author D. Rus – Kleankitchen.co.uk and when he comes north to inspect his unusual inheritance at Broom Hall in the West Riding [Reading] ➱ DIY Lithium Batteries: How to Build Your Own Battery Packs ➹ Micah Toll – Kleankitchen.co.uk his arrival leads to the most entertaining of ramifications 3.5I feel cheated by the abrupt ending It doesn t even end with the two main characters That being said, it surprised me how much I enjoyed this book There is no real plot one could point out The Nonesuch s strength are its characters.Some of them are adorably lovely I loved Julian , some hilariously childish and greedy Laurie , gossipy and mean some of the village matrons , goodhearted Mrs Underhill, Miss Trent s employer and some will drive you crazy Tiffany I don t even want to g 3.5I feel cheated by the abrupt ending It doesn t even end with the two main characters That being said, it surprised me how much I enjoyed this book There is no real plot one could point out The Nonesuch s strength are its characters.Some of them are adorably lovely I loved Julian , some hilariously childish and greedy Laurie , gossipy and mean some of the village matrons , goodhearted Mrs Underhill, Miss Trent s employer and some will drive you crazy Tiffany I don t even want to give herattention than she deserves most characters gave herthan enough attention in the book As for the love story, it kind of feels as if Heyer forgot to explain or at least show why would Sir Waldo fall for Ancilla Trent I liked her, but I got to read her thoughts He didn t have that.Still, even with the flaws I had lots of fun with these characters ETA Upping my rating to a solid 4 stars on reread The things that bothered me most the first time I read this bothered me less this time around I was able to beamused by Tiffany the spoiled brat, not just annoyed It s pretty funny to see how Sir Waldo and Miss Trent manage her.I don t always love Georgette Heyer s heroes and heroines, but The Nonesuch has a very likable pair even if their names make me wince the witty, intelligent and kind Sir Waldo, who is also young and handsome ETA Upping my rating to a solid 4 stars on reread The things that bothered me most the first time I read this bothered me less this time around I was able to beamused by Tiffany the spoiled brat, not just annoyed It s pretty funny to see how Sir Waldo and Miss Trent manage her.I don t always love Georgette Heyer s heroes and heroines, but The Nonesuch has a very likable pair even if their names make me wince the witty, intelligent and kind Sir Waldo, who is also young and handsome though you wouldn t guess it from his name and the honorable, even tempered and also intelligent Ancilla Trent, a lady in Reduced Circumstances who is now working as a governess Ancilla is a capable, sensible person my kind of heroine who knows how to manage a situation even when others around her are losing their heads With such a highly rational pair, the craziness has to break out in this book somewhere, and it does so in the form of Tiffany Wield, Miss Trent s charge, whose beauty drives the local young men to distraction and who is the most amazingly spoiled brat you ll ever have the dubious pleasure of meeting in literature Tiffany s behavior is way over the top she actslike a particularly bratty 6 year old than a 17 year old I got thoroughly tired of reading about her antics Luckily she doesn t fool either Waldo or Miss Trent Still minus one star for Too Much Tiffany.The other reason this isn t one of my favorite GH books about 3 4 of the way through we get hit with that old Regency romance trope, the Big Misunderstanding Happily, view spoiler Sir Waldo never loses hope and remains determined to get to the bottom of it, and hide spoiler most of the time between the start of the misunderstanding and when it gets resolved is spent on other topics Tiffany, of course , so the reader isn t put through the usual amount of agony I give Heyer props for that Still, it s a pretty far fetched and, of course, unnecessary misunderstanding The use of this trope by far my least favorite plot device in the romance genre made me knock part of another star off its rating.If you can find Tiffany amusing or at least give her shenanigans a pass, I think this is one of Heyer s better novels.Favorite quote Mr Culver s carefully arranged locks were too lavishly pomaded to rise on end, but his eyes showed a tendency to start from their sockets Georgette Heyer, the lady whose impeccable writing skill was is still second to none.I m torn about rating this one on one hand the main couple was terrific and I loved them to bits but on the other hand, this book has THE most annoying character I ve ever met in Regency novels And I m talking as someone who have endured Lydia Bennet in Pride Prejudice many times over Lydia doesn t hold a candle to Miss Tiffany I m too beautiful for this world Wield I wouldn t have minded it her so much Georgette Heyer, the lady whose impeccable writing skill was is still second to none.I m torn about rating this one on one hand the main couple was terrific and I loved them to bits but on the other hand, this book has THE most annoying character I ve ever met in Regency novels And I m talking as someone who have endured Lydia Bennet in Pride Prejudice many times over Lydia doesn t hold a candle to Miss Tiffany I m too beautiful for this world Wield I wouldn t have minded it her so much except that she was featured quite prominently throughout the story and with 3xx pages, it got to the point where I had to skim her parts just to keep my will to finish Because like I said, I wanted to finish, Ancilla and Waldo deserved at least that from me Oh they were wonderful both as a couple and also as individuals.rating Still timeless a wonderful pick me up on a bad week, but not quite a 5 star read for me.There was a part which felt like filler I couldn t quite see what made a top sawyer like Waldo fall for Ancilla so quickly I think a longer time frame would have made their romanceconvincing.Also I usually find GH s cant self explanatory, but would love to know what crim con actually means on page 514 of this edition,if I d have had the sense to have taken off my bars I ve read this novel Still timeless a wonderful pick me up on a bad week, but not quite a 5 star read for me.There was a part which felt like filler I couldn t quite see what made a top sawyer like Waldo fall for Ancilla so quickly I think a longer time frame would have made their romanceconvincing.Also I usually find GH s cant self explanatory, but would love to know what crim con actually means on page 514 of this edition,if I d have had the sense to have taken off my bars I ve read this novel at least 6 times previously don t recollect this it makes no sense to me A typo in this edition maybe What I did like Waldo himself, his character, charm philanthropy.Like a couple of her other latter novels most notably the Black Sheep GH isaccepting of characters in this case a secondary character being involved in trade, rather than useless expensive ornaments view spoiler there is hope in the end that Laurence will become a decent citizen hide spoiler An engaging caste of minor characters.I ll agree that even by GH s standards the ending is abrupt, but this allows the reader to visualise the happy ending GH does play fair leaves enough clues of what that is likely to be.Reread 2 10 19 Still second tier of Heyer s for me which means it is still far superior to most other Regencies Liked Ancilla a littleon this read, but found Waldo a little too perfect, a little bland I did like that there wasto him than being a Leader of the Ton A Civil Contract started this phase in GH s writing and it continues in False Colours and The Black Sheep I felt The Big Misunderstanding was very clumsy and unlikely, although GH worked hard to sell it.Read with Georgette Heyer Fans Come join us

    [PDF] ✅ Le déshonneur des Montergnac Par ISABELLE BUFFET – Kleankitchen.co.uk Sir Waldo Hawkridge ❮Reading❯ ➺ The Angel of Antioch Author Daniel Molyneux – Kleankitchen.co.uk wealthy [PDF / Epub] ☄ My Beloved Devil By Miyake Madoka – Kleankitchen.co.uk handsome ☀ [PDF / Epub] ★ The Truce at Bakura By Kathy Tyers ✍ – Kleankitchen.co.uk eligible [Lesening] ➾ Komi Can't Communicate, Vol. 1 ➵ Tomohito Oda – Kleankitchen.co.uk illustrious [Read] ➲ AlterWorld (Play to Live, By D. Rus – Kleankitchen.co.uk and known as The Nonesuch for his athletic prowess [PDF / Epub] ✅ Inferno (Play to Live Author D. Rus – Kleankitchen.co.uk and when he comes north to inspect his unusual inheritance at Broom Hall in the West Riding [Reading] ➱ DIY Lithium Batteries: How to Build Your Own Battery Packs ➹ Micah Toll – Kleankitchen.co.uk his arrival leads to the most entertaining of ramifications 3.5I feel cheated by the abrupt ending It doesn t even end with the two main characters That being said, it surprised me how much I enjoyed this book There is no real plot one could point out The Nonesuch s strength are its characters.Some of them are adorably lovely I loved Julian , some hilariously childish and greedy Laurie , gossipy and mean some of the village matrons , goodhearted Mrs Underhill, Miss Trent s employer and some will drive you crazy Tiffany I don t even want to g 3.5I feel cheated by the abrupt ending It doesn t even end with the two main characters That being said, it surprised me how much I enjoyed this book There is no real plot one could point out The Nonesuch s strength are its characters.Some of them are adorably lovely I loved Julian , some hilariously childish and greedy Laurie , gossipy and mean some of the village matrons , goodhearted Mrs Underhill, Miss Trent s employer and some will drive you crazy Tiffany I don t even want to give herattention than she deserves most characters gave herthan enough attention in the book As for the love story, it kind of feels as if Heyer forgot to explain or at least show why would Sir Waldo fall for Ancilla Trent I liked her, but I got to read her thoughts He didn t have that.Still, even with the flaws I had lots of fun with these characters ETA Upping my rating to a solid 4 stars on reread The things that bothered me most the first time I read this bothered me less this time around I was able to beamused by Tiffany the spoiled brat, not just annoyed It s pretty funny to see how Sir Waldo and Miss Trent manage her.I don t always love Georgette Heyer s heroes and heroines, but The Nonesuch has a very likable pair even if their names make me wince the witty, intelligent and kind Sir Waldo, who is also young and handsome ETA Upping my rating to a solid 4 stars on reread The things that bothered me most the first time I read this bothered me less this time around I was able to beamused by Tiffany the spoiled brat, not just annoyed It s pretty funny to see how Sir Waldo and Miss Trent manage her.I don t always love Georgette Heyer s heroes and heroines, but The Nonesuch has a very likable pair even if their names make me wince the witty, intelligent and kind Sir Waldo, who is also young and handsome though you wouldn t guess it from his name and the honorable, even tempered and also intelligent Ancilla Trent, a lady in Reduced Circumstances who is now working as a governess Ancilla is a capable, sensible person my kind of heroine who knows how to manage a situation even when others around her are losing their heads With such a highly rational pair, the craziness has to break out in this book somewhere, and it does so in the form of Tiffany Wield, Miss Trent s charge, whose beauty drives the local young men to distraction and who is the most amazingly spoiled brat you ll ever have the dubious pleasure of meeting in literature Tiffany s behavior is way over the top she actslike a particularly bratty 6 year old than a 17 year old I got thoroughly tired of reading about her antics Luckily she doesn t fool either Waldo or Miss Trent Still minus one star for Too Much Tiffany.The other reason this isn t one of my favorite GH books about 3 4 of the way through we get hit with that old Regency romance trope, the Big Misunderstanding Happily, view spoiler Sir Waldo never loses hope and remains determined to get to the bottom of it, and hide spoiler most of the time between the start of the misunderstanding and when it gets resolved is spent on other topics Tiffany, of course , so the reader isn t put through the usual amount of agony I give Heyer props for that Still, it s a pretty far fetched and, of course, unnecessary misunderstanding The use of this trope by far my least favorite plot device in the romance genre made me knock part of another star off its rating.If you can find Tiffany amusing or at least give her shenanigans a pass, I think this is one of Heyer s better novels.Favorite quote Mr Culver s carefully arranged locks were too lavishly pomaded to rise on end, but his eyes showed a tendency to start from their sockets Georgette Heyer, the lady whose impeccable writing skill was is still second to none.I m torn about rating this one on one hand the main couple was terrific and I loved them to bits but on the other hand, this book has THE most annoying character I ve ever met in Regency novels And I m talking as someone who have endured Lydia Bennet in Pride Prejudice many times over Lydia doesn t hold a candle to Miss Tiffany I m too beautiful for this world Wield I wouldn t have minded it her so much Georgette Heyer, the lady whose impeccable writing skill was is still second to none.I m torn about rating this one on one hand the main couple was terrific and I loved them to bits but on the other hand, this book has THE most annoying character I ve ever met in Regency novels And I m talking as someone who have endured Lydia Bennet in Pride Prejudice many times over Lydia doesn t hold a candle to Miss Tiffany I m too beautiful for this world Wield I wouldn t have minded it her so much except that she was featured quite prominently throughout the story and with 3xx pages, it got to the point where I had to skim her parts just to keep my will to finish Because like I said, I wanted to finish, Ancilla and Waldo deserved at least that from me Oh they were wonderful both as a couple and also as individuals.rating Still timeless a wonderful pick me up on a bad week, but not quite a 5 star read for me.There was a part which felt like filler I couldn t quite see what made a top sawyer like Waldo fall for Ancilla so quickly I think a longer time frame would have made their romanceconvincing.Also I usually find GH s cant self explanatory, but would love to know what crim con actually means on page 514 of this edition,if I d have had the sense to have taken off my bars I ve read this novel Still timeless a wonderful pick me up on a bad week, but not quite a 5 star read for me.There was a part which felt like filler I couldn t quite see what made a top sawyer like Waldo fall for Ancilla so quickly I think a longer time frame would have made their romanceconvincing.Also I usually find GH s cant self explanatory, but would love to know what crim con actually means on page 514 of this edition,if I d have had the sense to have taken off my bars I ve read this novel at least 6 times previously don t recollect this it makes no sense to me A typo in this edition maybe What I did like Waldo himself, his character, charm philanthropy.Like a couple of her other latter novels most notably the Black Sheep GH isaccepting of characters in this case a secondary character being involved in trade, rather than useless expensive ornaments view spoiler there is hope in the end that Laurence will become a decent citizen hide spoiler An engaging caste of minor characters.I ll agree that even by GH s standards the ending is abrupt, but this allows the reader to visualise the happy ending GH does play fair leaves enough clues of what that is likely to be.Reread 2 10 19 Still second tier of Heyer s for me which means it is still far superior to most other Regencies Liked Ancilla a littleon this read, but found Waldo a little too perfect, a little bland I did like that there wasto him than being a Leader of the Ton A Civil Contract started this phase in GH s writing and it continues in False Colours and The Black Sheep I felt The Big Misunderstanding was very clumsy and unlikely, although GH worked hard to sell it.Read with Georgette Heyer Fans Come join us"/>
  • Paperback
  • 304 pages
  • The Nonesuch
  • Georgette Heyer
  • English
  • 02 February 2019
  • 0099474387

About the Author: Georgette Heyer

Georgette Heyer was a prolific historical romance and detective fiction novelist Her writing career began in 1921, when she turned a story for her younger brother into the novel The Black Moth.In 1925 she married George Ronald Rougier, a mining engineer Rougier later became a barrister and he often provided basic plot outlines for her thrillers Beginning in 1932, Heyer released one romance novel and one thriller each year.Heyer was an intensely private person who remained a best selling author all her life without the aid of publicity She made no appearances, never gave an interview and only answered fan letters herself if they made an interesting historical point She wrote one novel using the pseudonym Stella Martin.Her Georgian and Regencies romances were inspired by Jane Austen While some critics thought her novels were too detailed, others considered the level of detail to be Heyer s greatest asset.Heyer remains a popular and much loved author, known for essentially establishing the historical romance genre and its subgenre Regency romance.


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