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by Marilyn Clay

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Author:
Marilyn Clay
ISBN13:
978-0821760642
ISBN:
0821760645
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Publisher:
Zebra (December 1, 1998)
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Subcategory:
Historical
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1421 kb
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Rating:
4.1
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559

Miss Eliza is a delightful heroine, honorable, caring, and full of fun. She learns her life lessons with grace. The hero is quite satisfied with his life as a military man, until Miss Eliza totally disrupts things by drawing him into her outrageous scheme to prove to her father that she knows best.

Miss Eliza is a delightful heroine, honorable, caring, and full of fun. The plot is very well-done; I was holding my breath in the last two chapters, hoping against hope that all would come out right. Each scene that unfolds draws this mis-matched pair deeper into trouble. But, the author manages quite skillfully to sort things out and let Miss Eliza and the general discover that they truly do love one another.

MISS ELIZA'S GENTLEMAN CALLER is a Regency romance novel set in London, England following the close of the war with Napoleon.

Miss Eliza's Gentleman Caller book. Published December 1st 1998 by Zebra. Miss Eliza's Gentleman Caller (Regency Romance). 0821760645 (ISBN13: 9780821760642). SHE'S YOUNG AND INNOCENT Miss Eliza Foxburn is genuinely alarmed. Her widowere father, Sir Richard, is courting a young lady whose family is in trade!

MISS ELIZA'S GENTLEMAN CALLER is a clean, sweet Regency Romance by Marilyn Clay.

MISS ELIZA'S GENTLEMAN CALLER is a clean, sweet Regency Romance by Marilyn Clay. Miss Eliza Foxburn is alarmed when her widower father begins courting a young lady whose father is in trade! Worse, the chit is only nineteen, just a year older than Eliza! The tendre is making her father look like an old fool. Miss Eliza Foxburn is alarmed when her widower father begins courting a young lady whose father is in trade! Worse, the chit is only nineteen, just a year older than Eliza! The tendre is making her father look like.

MARILYN CLAY's recent Regency novels include the critically acclaimed Miss Juliette . Marilyn Clay's historical suspense novels include DECEPTIONS: A Jamestown Novel. Miss Eliza's Gentleman Caller - A Regency Romance. 18th and 19th Century English Women At Sea.

MARILYN CLAY's recent Regency novels include the critically acclaimed Miss Juliette Abbott Regency Mystery Series. Book 5 in the Juliette Abbott Regency Mystery series will be out in late 2018.

Miss Eliza's Gentleman Caller. Zebra Regency Romance. By (author) Marilyn Clay.

MISS ELIZA’S GENTLEMAN CALLER is a Regency romance novel set in London just after Waterloo

MISS ELIZA’S GENTLEMAN CALLER is a Regency romance novel set in London just after Waterloo. Young and innocent, Miss Eliza Foxburn is genuinely alarmed to discover that her widower father, Sir Richard, is courting a young lady whose father is in trade! Worse yet, the chit is only nineteen, just one year older than Eliza! The tendre is making her father look like an old fool, at least to Eliza.

Determined to show her father the error of his ways when he begins to court a young lady only one year older than herself, Miss Eliza Foxburn decides to engage in a flirtation with an older gentleman and chooses General Ashford Huntley, but the tables turn when she loses her heart to th. .

Determined to show her father the error of his ways when he begins to court a young lady only one year older than herself, Miss Eliza Foxburn decides to engage in a flirtation with an older gentleman and chooses General Ashford Huntley, but the tables turn when she loses her heart to the dashing Ge. more).

Determined to show her father the error of his ways when he begins to court a young lady only one year older than herself, Miss Eliza Foxburn decides to engage in a flirtation with an older gentleman and chooses General Ashford Huntley, but the tables turn when she loses her heart to the dashing General. Original.
  • Not traditional regency, by any means, but a nice clean romp. We'll worth the read even by genre purists such as I. Widower father of the heroine spen ding a lot of time with the 19 year old daughter of a tradesman; heroine strongly disapproves. With an older man that she meets (all of 38!), Elizabeth tries to demonstrate to her father, how inappropriate his attentions are. Oh the tangled Web we weave. Clay knowledgeable about the period. Found author's description of lace making very interested and found a utube demo. Only question Eliza's comment that she is going to have Stultz create wardrobe items for her. I'm quite sure Stultz clothed men.

  • I thoroughly enjoyed this romp. Miss Eliza is a delightful heroine, honorable, caring, and full of fun. She learns her life lessons with grace. The plot is very well-done; I was holding my breath in the last two chapters, hoping against hope that all would come out right. And it did! Sailor the cat was a bonus; he provided a touch of real every-day life that nicely offset the lush descriptions of Regency dress and drawing rooms. I'm glad I read it.

  • This is one of the funniest Regency novels I have ever read, although FELICITY'S FOLLY and THE UNSUITABLE SUITOR also by Marilyn Clay, are everybit as entertaining. Eliza's impulsiveness lands both herself and General Huntley, the longsuffering hero of this book, into all kinds of trouble. One funny scene follows another as the falsehoods and fabrications escalate. Very clever, a real page-turner!

  • I'm very dissapointed that I bought this book. When I received it in the mail, I immediately turned to the first page that gives an excerpt from the book. The two main characters were in romantic silence when a cat interrupted them with a "meow." From that moment, I knew I was not going to like the book. Why would the author include a cat? Just think about the main characters kissing and the "Hack, hack! Oh pardon my lady, I happened to choke on one of your cats furballs." It is just so random. In addition, I didn't favor the relationship between Eliza and Huntley. Something about courting someone the same age as your father is a turn-off. When the author describes Huntley's "graying hair", I wished that they sold "Just for Men" in the regency period. The maybe I could have taken the book without thinking "Ole Huntley needs to get his hair died."
    I forgot to mention that the beginning is somewhat slow. Eliza is a weak heroine and didn't capture my attention.
    -I recommend this book for people who like cats and old men.

  • Again I was impressed by this author's deft handling of two very unusual characters. The hero is quite satisfied with his life as a military man, until Miss Eliza totally disrupts things by drawing him into her outrageous scheme to prove to her father that she knows best. Each scene that unfolds draws this mis-matched pair deeper into trouble. But, the author manages quite skillfully to sort things out and let Miss Eliza and the general discover that they truly do love one another. A delicious read!