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The Further Observations of Lady Whistledown
by Julia Quinn, Suzanne Enoch, Karen Hawkins | Literature & Fiction
Registered by Charlotte1924 of Herne Bay, Kent United Kingdom on 2/4/2014
Average 7 star rating by BookCrossing Members 

status (set by rainbow3): travelling


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3 journalers for this copy...

Journal Entry 1 by Charlotte1924 from Herne Bay, Kent United Kingdom on Tuesday, February 04, 2014

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tbr 


Journal Entry 2 by Charlotte1924 at Herne Bay, Kent United Kingdom on Monday, August 07, 2017

7 out of 10

Short stories in the same era/society circles as other Julia Quinn 


Journal Entry 3 by Charlotte1924 at A Wishlist RABCK, Mailed to another bookcrosser -- Controlled Releases on Monday, August 07, 2017

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Released 11 mos ago (8/8/2017 UTC) at A Wishlist RABCK, Mailed to another bookcrosser -- Controlled Releases

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Posting to a fellow bookcrosser as on wishlist 


Journal Entry 4 by wingPoodlesisterwing at Walthamstow, Greater London United Kingdom on Monday, August 21, 2017

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Thanks for the second parcel of Julia Quinn books. That makes 11 in total. I'm enjoying them already.  


Journal Entry 5 by wingPoodlesisterwing at Walthamstow, Greater London United Kingdom on Saturday, March 03, 2018

8 out of 10

I read this quickly and was very entertained. 


Journal Entry 6 by wingPoodlesisterwing at RABCK, -- By post or by hand/ in person -- United Kingdom on Monday, March 12, 2018

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Released 4 mos ago (3/13/2018 UTC) at RABCK, -- By post or by hand/ in person -- United Kingdom

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A Regency romance RABCK! 


Journal Entry 7 by rainbow3 at Edinburgh, Scotland United Kingdom on Sunday, March 18, 2018

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Gracious, I am reeling, a RABCK box full of REGENCY NOVELS has returned home with me from my local post office sorting depot - YAHOO! Indeed, Poodlesister we all do need some escapist reading from time to time – many thanks for this box of ten!  


Journal Entry 8 by rainbow3 at Edinburgh, Scotland United Kingdom on Saturday, May 26, 2018

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Book burble: Lady Whistledown Tells All!
Society is abuzz when the Season's most promising debutante is jilted by her intended – only to be swept away by the deceitful rogue's dashing older brother – in New York Times bestseller, JULIA QUINN'S witty, charming, and heartfelt tale.

When the scandalous actions of his beautiful fiancée are recorded in Lady Whistledown's column, a concerned groom-to-be rushes back to London to win his lady's heart once and forever, in
SUZANNE ENOCH'S enchanting romantic gem.

KAREN HAWKINS captivates with an endearing story of a handsome rogue whose lifelong friendship – and his heart – are tested when the lovely lady in question sets her cap for someone else.

A dazzling and delightful tale by
MIA RYAN has a young woman cast out of her home by an insufferable yet charming marquis – who intends to take possession not only of the house... but its former occupant as well!

THE FURTHER OBSERVATIONS OF LADY WHISTLEDOWN by SUZANNE ENOCH, KAREN HAWKINS, JULIA QUINN and MIA RYAN (2003) | ISBN: 0060511508 / 9945500699 (US PB) | Publisher: Avon Historical
 


Journal Entry 9 by rainbow3 at Edinburgh, Scotland United Kingdom on Saturday, May 26, 2018

8 out of 10

Released 1 mo ago (5/26/2018 UTC) at Edinburgh, Scotland United Kingdom

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The delightful forerunner to LADY WHISTLEDOWN STRIKES BACK in this another glorious Regency-era compilation of four linked romances. Again, as was that former, the linking is made by social commenter Lady Whistledown. Whistledown’s is the sharp that eye misses little but shockingly relates her shrewd observations, liberally garnished with bold insinuations, in her gossip column. The same authors as in the next title contribute to this forerunner.

Covering a period of approximately three week’s during the ‘London Season’ four couple lives intersect as various individuals prowel, cringe, waltz, or slide innocuously through the social gatherings, balls and soirees that make the Regency marriage mart. Notably these interactions hinge around an evening’s performance of The Merchant of Venice starring Edmund Kean and held at the Theatre Royal, a chilly ice-skating party inventively hosted on surface of the frozen Thames, and finally Lady Shelbourne's ever popular Valentine Day's ball, which befitting that popularity is a total crush, and an occasion if ever there was one for events to go awry.

Each of the authors highlights the entanglements of a different couple as they wrangle their relationship toward recognition of love and the tales are neatly interwoven so dexterously that some of the same encounters, even down to the dialogue, are presented from different couple’s point of view. All are neat wee tales that are a treat for fans of Regency romance fiction.
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Into the post to a Somerset holding location where it will await the return of Flutterbies9.

EDITED TO ADD – Monday 09 July 2018: my REGENCY BOX RAY is not yet posted as those plans had to be put on hold. The posting date will be added here once plans are finalised and the box posted.  


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