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by Catherine Coulter

eBook Lord Harry's Folly download ISBN: 0750508612
Author: Catherine Coulter
Publisher: Magna Large Print Books; Large Print Ed edition (April 1, 1996)
Language: English
Pages: 455
ePub: 1410 kb
Fb2: 1464 kb
Rating: 4.9
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Category: Literature
Subcategory: Genre Fiction

Lord Harry's Folly Mass Market Paperback – November 1, 1980.

Lord Harry's Folly Mass Market Paperback – November 1, 1980. by. Catherine Coulter (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. The h name was Henrietta that is why the book is titled Lord Harry's Folly

She concentrated all her energies on not moaning aloud. She was only vaguely aware that he was clasping her limp fingers in his hand.

She concentrated all her energies on not moaning aloud. She was only vaguely aware that he was clasping her limp fingers in his hand lutching his hand, in some way seeking comfort from him. She heard him say something to her about sleep, and when the laudanum dulled her mind and her body, she willingly obliged. When she again awoke, it was night

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Lord Harry's Folly book. A duel of hearts from the New York Times bestselling author. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. by Catherine Coulter.

This is a work of fiction. A Topaz Book, published by arrangement with the author. Names, characters, places, and incidents are either the product of the author's imagination or are used fictitiously, and any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, business establishments, events or locales is entirely coincidental.

Used availability for Catherine Coulter's Lord Harry's Folly. June 1997 : USA Hardback.

Lord Harry's Folly - Catherine Coulter. Lord Harry Monteith was the most dashing young rake that London had seen in years, unbeatable at the gaming table, irresistible to the ladies, and indifferent to danger from dueling pistols or swords.

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Catherine Coulter Catherine Coulter In April 1831, her grace Corinne Monroe wants her widowed son, Lord Julian.

Dear Reader: Philippa de Beauchamp, as impulsive as she is beautiful, flees her father's castle when she hears she is to be wed to the repellent Baron de Bridgport. The number-one New York Times-bestselling author returns with a brand-new Sherbrooke novel, featuring a cast of witty and outrageous characters and two wonderfully complex mysteries. In April 1831, her grace Corinne Monroe wants her widowed son, Lord Julian, to marry her best friend's daughter, Miss Sophie Wilkie. Julian last saw Sophie when she was twelve years old, silent, skinny, and always staring at him.

by. Coulter, Catherine. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Delaware County District Library (Ohio).

She followed up The Autumn Countess with five more single novels revolving around the Regency theme, namely The Rebel Bride (1997), The Heir (1980), The Duke (1997), and Lord Harry. She continued the series while she started new lines of stories, all connected under the Regency theme. The Bride series is perhaps the most successful of these, starting with The Rebel Bride (1979) and continues until today with the latest novel, The Prince of Ravenscar, published in 2011.

Comments: (4)
Wenaiand
Beware of the stars given this book. Most of the reviews do not really tell you anything. I found the book to be OK, but rather flat in spite of the girl-dressed-as-a-boy storyline. Perhaps the humor referred to elsewhere was above my head?
Whitescar
I was so thrilled to find this book was still available. I read it when it came on the market years ago. I have read the newer versions many times (it's one of my go-to books when I want a quick, good read, but always wanted to read the original again.

For anyone who hasn't read this one or one of the revised new additions, they are missing a real treat!
Uttegirazu
The book reviewed in the above post is not Lord Harry's Folly by Catherine Coulter. The h name was Henrietta that is why the book is titled Lord Harry's Folly. She was seeking revenge on the man she holds responsible for her brothers death by dressing as a young Lord so she could gain access to him. I assure you there was no incest themes in this book.. There was a great sword fight scene between the H/h that resulted in her cover being blown. I read this book over 20yrs ago so I might be a bit hazy, but I remember it being a very good read with well developed characters. Henrietta was a strong young woman and the H was a rake to die for. This book was first published doing the heyday of the small Signet Regency books and I consider it one of CC best regency.

I was looking to purchase this book again when I noticed it had received a 1 star rating. I couldn't believe the rating or review until I noticed Amazon had made a mistake and posted the review by Helen Hancox for Lord Deverill's Heir on the page for Lord Harry's Folly. If you look by the reviewers name it list the book she is reviewing. I wanted to draw attention to this error because a very good book is being negatively affected by this very good review for another Coulter book.
lacki
This book is the same as "Lord Harry". Apparently one or the other is a re-issue. I read it as "Lord Harry" and it is hilarious.