The Country Cousins

The Country Cousins A female can easily meet with an accidentCanons Grange was the perfect setting for a romantic adventure and its handsome owner was suitably mysterious Robert Hartwell seemed the perfect English gentle

  • Title: The Country Cousins
  • Author: Dinah Dean
  • ISBN: 9780373302031
  • Page: 192
  • Format: Paperback
  • A female can easily meet with an accidentCanons Grange was the perfect setting for a romantic adventure and its handsome owner was suitably mysterious.Robert Hartwell seemed the perfect English gentleman But why was he absent so frequently Who were his midnight visitors Where did he acquire military secrets Such questions tormented Caroline She must find the answeA female can easily meet with an accidentCanons Grange was the perfect setting for a romantic adventure and its handsome owner was suitably mysterious.Robert Hartwell seemed the perfect English gentleman But why was he absent so frequently Who were his midnight visitors Where did he acquire military secrets Such questions tormented Caroline She must find the answers or forfeit any hope of happiness She must know if the man she loved was a daring patriot or a ruthless traitor.

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    • Grace says:

      I read this duo in reverse order, so this book before the other. I'm surprised that the ratings for this duo are lower than her late Middle Ages/Renaissance books, given how well it was written. Caroline's mother was the younger daughter of landed gentry who married into the merchant class and thereafter cast off by her older sister who married a widowed baron. One day, the son of the baron's previous marriage came to visit them, saying that his half-sister (the older sister + baron's daughter) [...]

    • UnusualChildbeppy says:

      synopsis:caroline is the daughter of a city merchant and a lady of minor gentry who married down and has been cast off from her family. one day, her sister's stepson visits, and wants to take caroline to live with him as a companion to his sister. robert's father and step-mother have been trapped in france for years, so julia has grown up without her parents. julia, of course, has no love lost for her step-brother, and he just wants someone with good sense to calm her down. caroline's mother agr [...]

    • Amanda Caswell says:

      I finally got the last Dinah Dean Regency for my collection and I was not disappointed. This is a sequel to The Country Gentleman, but there's less action and mystery than that one. I find it stupid that this heroine also doubts the patriotic allegiance of her hero, but at least the ending was quite different. I won't say this was my favorite Dinah Dean novel, but I still enjoyed it and am glad to finally have it in my collection.

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