Synopses & Reviews
Witty, humorous, a well-constructed plot.-Candace Camp, New York Times bestselling author of Suddenly
A Delightful Tangle of Affairs...
The Earl of Spenborough had always been noted for his eccentricity. Leaving a widow younger than his own daughter Serena was one thing, but leaving his fortune to the trusteeship of the Marquis of Rotherham the one man the same daughter had jilted was quite another.
When Serena and her lovely young stepmother Fanny decide to move to Bath, Serena makes an odd new friend and discovers an old love. Before long, they're all entangled in a clutter of marriage and manners the likes of which even Regency Bath has rarely seen.
What Readers Say:
Bath Tangle has all the fun and frolic that has delighted Ms. Heyer's fans for years
Brilliant character portrayals, wity dialogue, vivid imagery, and smooth pacing...a novel not to be missed
Romance, history, nastalgia-who could ask for more? The story is...full of humorous suspense.
Georgette Heyer wrote over ?fty novels, including Regency romances, mysteries, and historical fiction. She was known as the Queen of Regency romance, and was legendary for her research, historical accuracy, and her extraordinary plots and characterizations.
Two temperamental hearts in the glittering Regency might be lucky enough to have a second chance at love
Lady Serena Carlow's eccentric father left her guardianship to the man she jilted, and now Ivo, the Marquis of Rotherham has complete control over her Serena is displeased to say the least. But when she spends time with the Marquis, she can't help but wonder if the feelings stirred up are sheer aggravation or of a more tender nature...
Witty dialogue, a well-constructed plot and flesh-and-blood characters.
-Candace Camp, New York Times bestselling author