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FREE DOC Ó READER April Lady ✓ ñ [PDF / Epub] ☆ April Lady Author Georgette Heyer – Dogsalonbristol.co.uk Despite the scandalous blemish on the family name of his 18 year old bride Lord Giles Cardross is convinced beautiful Helen cares for him When newlywed begins to fill her days with fashion and frivoli Despite the scandE as of late she's been unable to look him in the eyeImpetuous Lady Helen Cardross had collected uite a basket of little white lies in her efforts to help those less fortunate than herself There were for example; her own dashing debt ridden brother and her husband's love sick youthful sister But to her adored and adoring lord and master there could be no dissembling of integrity honor or truth One faced up to grim reality unless one were Lady HelenWhen his family's priceless jewels disappear Lord Cardros What a good story April Lady resembled The Convenient Marriage a lot but the heroine in this one was far enjoyable Lady Nell is young inexperienced innocent and repeatedly called a goose but for all that I loved her and didn't think she was silly at all She was the sort of girl I would love to have as a friend I could relate to her in many ways and I felt very bad for her when things escalated so dramatically after she chose to hid from her husband that she had a debt of three hundred pounds Her reasons for hiding that debt were in my opinion very understandable The story opens with Nell and her husband the Earl of Cardross who are very deeply in love with each other but are both under the impression that the other doesn't return their regard This love story had much potential but it was unfortunately often put in the shade by Cardross's half sister Letty's love affair with a certain Mr Allandale Personally I didn't care much for Letty as she was a very spoilt annoying chit not as bad as Tiffany Wield in The Nonesuch but bad enough to wish her out of the spotlight where I found she too often was put nor did I feel much for her betrothal to Mr Allandale I think that too much of the book was focused on them and there weren't enough interactions between Nell and GilesCardross is a rather unmemorable hero as he is for the better part of the book in ignorance of what is going on under his roof since all the characters seem to deem it best he shouldn't know of the dreadful happenings lest he fly into a rage with his wife andor half sister He did get mad and no wonder since no one will bother to set matters to rights with him I felt bad for him poor husband desperately in love with his wife thinking she married him for the money and now bothered by a vexatious half sister who has taken it into her head to marry a penniless man Everyone was playing in his back it seemed as though he were the very worst of men I liked him every time he put on an appearance but that was sadly very seldomNevertheless I couldn’t but give April Lady a high rating for all that because I still enjoyed it a lot Nell was an excellent protagonist her brother Dysart was over the top hilarious and awesome the plot was engaging and there was so much humour and fun Regency slang as to have me chuckle to myself repeatedly which resulted in my brothers’ demanding not very civilly that I shut up Georgette Heyer is such a wonderful author I simply cannot wait for my next read by her

April LadyE as of late she's been unable to look him in the eyeImpetuous Lady Helen Cardross had collected uite a basket of little white lies in her efforts to help those less fortunate than herself There were for example; her own dashing debt ridden brother and her husband's love sick youthful sister But to her adored and adoring lord and master there could be no dissembling of integrity honor or truth One faced up to grim reality unless one were Lady HelenWhen his family's priceless jewels disappear Lord Cardros What a good story April Lady resembled The Convenient Marriage a lot but the heroine in this one was far enjoyable Lady Nell is young inexperienced innocent and repeatedly called a goose but for all that I loved her and didn't think she was silly at all She was the sort of girl I would love to have as a friend I could relate to her in many ways and I felt very bad for her when things escalated so dramatically after she chose to hid from her husband that she had a debt of three hundred pounds Her reasons for hiding that debt were in my opinion very understandable The story opens with Nell and her husband the Earl of Cardross who are very deeply in love with each other but are both under the impression that the other doesn't return their regard This love story had much potential but it was unfortunately often put in the shade by Cardross's half sister Letty's love affair with a certain Mr Allandale Personally I didn't care much for Letty as she was a very spoilt annoying chit not as bad as Tiffany Wield in The Nonesuch but bad enough to wish her out of the spotlight where I found she too often was put nor did I feel much for her betrothal to Mr Allandale I think that too much of the book was focused on them and there weren't enough interactions between Nell and GilesCardross is a rather unmemorable hero as he is for the better part of the book in ignorance of what is going on under his roof since all the characters seem to deem it best he shouldn't know of the dreadful happenings lest he fly into a rage with his wife andor half sister He did get mad and no wonder since no one will bother to set matters to rights with him I felt bad for him poor husband desperately in love with his wife thinking she married him for the money and now bothered by a vexatious half sister who has taken it into her head to marry a penniless man Everyone was playing in his back it seemed as though he were the very worst of men I liked him every time he put on an appearance but that was sadly very seldomNevertheless I couldn’t but give April Lady a high rating for all that because I still enjoyed it a lot Nell was an excellent protagonist her brother Dysart was over the top hilarious and awesome the plot was engaging and there was so much humour and fun Regency slang as to have me chuckle to myself repeatedly which resulted in my brothers’ demanding not very civilly that I shut up Georgette Heyer is such a wonderful author I simply cannot wait for my next read by her

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April Lady ✓ Despite the scandalous blemish on the family name of his 18 year old bride Lord Giles Cardross is convinced beautiful Helen cares for him When newlywed begins to fill her days with fashion and frivolity her husband has to wonder whether she really did marry him for his money as his family so helpfully suggests He thought they were marrying for love but as the bills and extravagant debts begin to mount up Giles begins to suspect that perhaps his adored wife isn't as innocent as he supposed Especially sinc Final comments and a DNF So after a helpful discussion in the comment thread below I read the first chapter in which the heroine Nell who's been married for a year to a nice and wealthy handsome and titled guy acts like an idiot and annoys me in ways than I want to count Okay actually I will count She's been wildly extravagant in her spending She's giving money to her gambling addict brother to get him out of debt after her husband Cardross expressly forbade her from giving her brother of his money She flat out lies about it when he asks her if she's done that again She uivers like a rabbit And she's decided based on rumors and innuendos that her husband doesn't love her so she doesn't show him any love either I wanted to smack her upside the head It's also clear that they both actually love each other but somehow this is getting lost in translation and their relationship is rockyAnyway it's clear that things are going to get a lot worse before they get better so I skipped to the end just to get the HEA Hah NO REGRETSOriginal post Maybe I want to read this? I’m a Heyer fan after all But I checked this out from the library a couple of weeks ago so I could join this month’s group read of this book in the Georgette Heyer group and I still haven’t been able to motivate myself to start reading it Because I detest Big Misunderstandings in romance novels especially when they’re between a married couple USE YOUR WORDS PEOPLECan anyone convince me this is worth my time? Because otherwise I think this book is heading back to the library unread DOC Ö ´ Georgette Heyer

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Georgette Heyer ´ April Lady DOC S is aghast at the idea that his lovely new wife might be the culprit but he soon discovers the truth about Lady Nell's situation And between his concern over his wife's spending sprees rescuing her impulsive brother from one scrape after another and attempting to prevent his own half it's no wonder the much tried earl can't see where he's gone wrong And now owing a shocking amount of money Nell doesn't dare tell him the truth that she's loved him from the first and thought he'd married her for convenien No Just no I tried but I just couldn’t with this book FULL REVIEW IN MY BLOG