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The Bath Quadrille By Amanda Scott,

  • Title: The Bath Quadrille
  • Author: Amanda Scott
  • ISBN: 9780451168757
  • Page: 494
  • Format: Paperback
  • Two Could Play at the Marriage GameLovely Lady Sybilla Calverton refused to show her rage when she spied her husband, the devastatingly attractive Earl of Ramsbury, in the arms of the notorious Lady Fanny Mandeville Instead Sybilla chose to show the errant Earl that she, too, could wander beyond the bounds of wedlock, in the close company of the elegant Sydney Saint DenisTwo Could Play at the Marriage GameLovely Lady Sybilla Calverton refused to show her rage when she spied her husband, the devastatingly attractive Earl of Ramsbury, in the arms of the notorious Lady Fanny Mandeville Instead Sybilla chose to show the errant Earl that she, too, could wander beyond the bounds of wedlock, in the close company of the elegant Sydney Saint Denis.The spirited Sybilla and the masterful Ramsbury were in a contest to surpass each other in scandal with their unyielding pride at stake, and nothing to lose but their undying love
    The Bath Quadrille Two Could Play at the Marriage GameLovely Lady Sybilla Calverton refused to show her rage when she spied her husband the devastatingly attractive Earl of Ramsbury in the arms of the notorious Lady F

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    1. I was intrigued by this book being about a romance between an estranged married couple and set in the Regency era I have heard of this author s Scottish Romances and they were touted as really good so when I saw this one even though its not Scottish, I thought that I d give it a try The story opens with a prologue where the hero, Edmond the Earl of Ramsbury, discovers that his estranged wife has been writing to his mother for money He goes haring off to Bath to put a stop to it.Meanwhile in Bath [...]

    2. An excellent Amanda Scott NovelTwo headstrong individuals who refuse to let the other one in control It started when Lord Ramsbury learns about his errant wife, with whom he was separated from, has been borrowing money from his mother Lady Axbridge He goes to Bath to confront her She denies the accusation Read to learn .

    3. Bath Quadrille is the first book of the Bath Trilogy, which also includes The Bath Charade and The Bath Eccentric s Son Bath Quadrille was a pleasant read but not what I consider Ms Scott s best work It does show how her writing has evolved Lady Sybilla Calverton left her husband after she discovered him favoring his mistress Strong willed and stubborn she refused to listen to anything he had to say Leaving him to fend for himself as she returns to her family that needs her After 16 months of ta [...]

    4. Hott Synopsis In the last eighteen months Sybilla has barely seen her husband, Seth She ran home to her father after finding her husband in a compromising position Now, it appears that someone is trying to get them back together or made them enemies.Between Sybilla rushing in headfirst to fix her siblings latest scrapes and Seth issuing orders and accusations it seems that nothing will ever improve Yet those same sparks are there and neither can keep their eyes off the other.Will Seth and Sybill [...]

    5. 4 Stars Ned and Sybilla have lived years apart than together in their married lives Neither can let the other lead and when rumors drive them apart Sybilla runs back to her family that relies on her to make it through life Ned is disgusted with her family and his own pride keeps him from asking his wife to return Sybilla feels her father and siblings need her and her fear that Ned loves another keeps her from Ned When Ned s mother reluctantly tells him that Sybilla has been send her letters ask [...]

    6. An interesting setup for a regency romance The couple is already married but separated Add a ne er do well brother, an insufferable papa, and a conniving former mistress and you ve got a thoroughly enjoyable farce.

    7. I got really tired really fast of the overall meanness of the characters In a way its faithful to Austen because there are some real doozies of family members involved However, if i don t even feel like I like one of the two main characters, it just ruins the whole thing for me.

    8. This was one of those books where everything would be solved if the main characters would just have a conversation with each other However, they are both proud, afraid to admit they are wrong, and blah blah blah I ended up skipping the middle chapters and picking up near the end.

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