Unmasked by the Marquess: A Regency Imposters Novel: The Regency Impostors Series, book 1: The Regency Imposters MP3 CD – Unabridged, 6 August 2019
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- MP3 CD : 1 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1982696249
- ISBN-13 : 978-1982696245
- Product Dimensions : 13.34 x 1.91 x 16.51 cm
- Publisher : HarperCollins B and Blackstone Publishing; Unabridged MP3CD Edition (6 August 2019)
- Language: : English
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Despite is limited resources Robert Selby is determined to launch his beautiful sister, Louisa, on the London season and see her comfortably settled. He needs someone powerful to lend their support to get things started and he intends to make use of a tenuous link with the staid and absolutely respectable Marquess of Pembroke to get that support.
When the Marquess agrees to help it is only to frustrate the plans of his fathers ex-mistress, and perhaps because spending time with the charming Robert becomes more and more appealing. The only problem is that Robert Selby died 2 years ago and unbeknownst to the Marquess, the young man that so intrigues him is a woman, Charity Church, friend and former maid to Robert, who is determined to secure the best match for his sister.
It is (minus the cross-dressing) all so gloriously Georgette Heyer, the early part of the book seems an affectionate homage to 'Frederica', one of my favourite Heyer novels. It is witty and sharp and a huge amount of fun. The characters were easy to love, the pompous marquess with a soft heart, and especially Charity, bold Charity, chancing her arm and completely out of her depth. The story was interesting and the unconventional romance was thrilling. It was a great read.
It's made me laugh, cry with laughter and just out right cry.
I found both intelligent resourceful Robin and prickly emotionally stunned Alistair delightful and their connection clear and believable.
Alistair being bisexual and Robin non binary ads a level of realism to this romance, as most people are more than 1s or 0s.
Their sparring is hilarious and their sex is very hot.
(I meant to just start it then have an early night, but ended up reading it in one sitting.)