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by April Kihlstrom

eBook A Choice of Cousins (Signet Regency Romance) download ISBN: 0451113470
Author: April Kihlstrom
Publisher: Signet (February 2, 1982)
Language: English
ePub: 1989 kb
Fb2: 1974 kb
Rating: 4.7
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Category: Literature
Subcategory: Contemporary

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Series: Signet Regency Romance. Mass Market Paperback: 240 pages. Kissing Cousins is based on similar plots, namely Arabella written by the late great Regency novelist, Georgette Heyer, but Ms. Miller gives us a poignant moment on a staircase that burns into our hearts and memories. Publisher: Signet (April 1, 2002). Cassie is the lovely, level-headed heroine, who is the head of the family finding itself in desperate straits. Simon, Earl of Worthing,takes to helping his distant country cousins and finds himself enriched and charmed by each of them in turn.

This is a traditional Regency originally published by Signet in 1982 and revised 2015. A Choice of Cousins has been added to your Cart. 2 people found this helpful. The Earl of Danver is a confirmed bachelor. Miss Sara Farthingham is a young woman who sees herself as all but on the shelf. Both have cousins prone to stirring up mischief and scandal. As they try their best to rescue their cousins from the consequences of their misguided actions.

A Choice of Cousins (Signet Regency Romance). The book is full of these amusing little quips and scenes. Danver is guardian of his eighteen year-old cousin, Tom Haverstock, who thinks he is in love with Sara’s young cousin, Kitty Farthingham. So, let the play begin. 0451113470 (ISBN13: 9780451113474). This is a delightful story, with great dialogue (authentic too), great characterisations, lots of marvellous humour, a few troublesome incidents, and a beautifully-played out romance. The fact that both Sara and Danver have tempers adds a bit of spice.

This is a Traditional Regency Romance and was originally published by Signet in 1982 and revised 2015. Books related to A Choice of Cousins. The Makeshift Marriage. The Captain's Dilemma.

I love your cover for A Choice of Cousins, April. me of my grandmother, who had beautiful thick dark hair and wore it in a huge braid in the same manner as this woman.

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Signet Books was an imprint of the New American Library (NAL), which was established as an autonomous American publishing house after branching off from its British-based parent company, Penguin Books. Signet had the longest running Regency series, beginning in the late 1970s and ending in February 2006. It generally published three books each month, though this varied over the years. Signet also produced reissues, both of their own previous releases as well as those of other publishers.

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Though apparently natural enemies, Edward Fambrough, Earl of Danver, and Sara Farthingham decide to marry to protect two younger cousins from a scandal
Comments: (7)
Snowskin
The story begins with an old trope, a case of mistaken identity, but in this case, is very well-handled by the author.

The H is The 7th Earl of Danver, Edward Haverstock, who is generally held to be a confirmed bachelor and rather aloof and arrogant. The latter two are true to a degree, but he is so much more than that. He is very kind and also has a great sense of humour, but few people are privileged to see that side of him. Of course, he is very aware of his consequence, and is quick to administer a set-down to any young lady he thinks is setting her cap for him.

The h, Miss Sara Farthingham, comes from a very respectable family, who are received everywhere. She is a gentle, intelligent young woman who loves reading, among other things, and she also has a well-developed sense of humour. She is attractive, rather than beautiful, and can be a bit shy.

The two meet officially at the Haverstock ball, although they had met three years earlier when Sara had her first Season. She remembers him and tells him so during the course of a conversation while they are waltzing. Danver, unsurprisingly does not remember her and tells her so. Mistakenly, he thinks Sara is making a play for him and makes a slighting remark. He is shaken to his core when he overhears Sara murmur to herself that she had forgotten how insufferably arrogant he is. The book is full of these amusing little quips and scenes.

Danver is guardian of his eighteen year-old cousin, Tom Haverstock, who thinks he is in love with Sara’s young cousin, Kitty Farthingham. So, let the play begin.

This is a delightful story, with great dialogue (authentic too), great characterisations, lots of marvellous humour, a few troublesome incidents, and a beautifully-played out romance. The fact that both Sara and Danver have tempers adds a bit of spice. I find it very refreshing that if Danver sees from Sara’s face or manner that something is amiss, he makes a point of talking with her to find out what is wrong. A bonus is that the book is very well-written and edited, although I do think there is some mis-use of titles. I will be reading more of this author’s books. I will add here that the book cover is beautiful.

Many thanks April Kihlstrom for such a wonderful sojourn in Regency England!
black coffe
Years ago, I waited breathlessly for each new book put out by Signet Regency. I had Georgette Heyer to thank for my Regency addiction, but it was novels and writers like April Kihlstrom that kept me coming back for more. This was one of my favorites...it has excellent characters, witty conversations and a happy ending. Enjoy!
Vetibert
Really well done story that I enjoyed very much. There are plenty of summaries, so I'll just say this is really worth reading.

Recommended
Wishamac
Cute and lovable
Goltigor
Dignity, discretion, grace, maturity, sensibility and just a bit of stubborn pride; make for an enjoyable study of our main characters in this entertaining story. The only complaint is that it ended too soon for me.
Gom
I love this book, I cannot get enough of April Kihlstrom's writing.
wanderpool
Old but a classic
This seems to be April Kihlstrom's first Regency, published in 1982. I first read it as a teenager at about that time and never forgot it. Re-reading it now has been a great pleasure.

Miss Sara Farthingham is in town for her second season with her mother and beautiful but flighty cousin Kitty. Sara is quietly spirited, sensible and mature.

Edward Fambrough, Earl of Danver, is also intelligent, sensible and mature. Marriage is the last thing on his mind until his cousin and ward, Tom, involves him with the Farthinghams. In his cups one night, Tom brags that there's soon to be a connection between his family and the Farthinghams. Fambrough decides to avoid scandal by proposing to Sara, and she accepts.

Apart from the individual appeal of the hero and heroine, their fledgling romance is a delight. They approach each other warily but honestly and there are no histrionics or game-playing between them. They converse, they make each other laugh - it's a true meeting of equal personalities. Yes, the earl labours under a misconception for much of the book but he's no fool and continues his relationship with Sara with a clear mind. She tries repeatedly to correct his false impression but he dismisses her words, believing that she is putting a brave face on things.

Kihlstrom is one of the consistently good Regency authors and this is truly one of her best efforts.