An Accomplished Woman

An Accomplished Woman

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A sparkling tale of wit and romance from a latter-day Jane Austen As a young woman, clever, self-reliant Lydia Templeton scandalized Regency society by rejecting the county's most eligible bachelor. Years later, although Lydia would prefer to avoid entanglements of the heart altogether, her godmother begs her to help her young ward make a suitable match. Though the prospect fills Lydia with horror, she can scarcely refuse, but things turn out even worse than she fears when her ward proves surprisingly tricky to manage and the confirmed spinster begins to suspect that her own heart may not be the closed book she thought it was. Brilliantly written and observed, An Accomplished Woman is a delightfully accomplished comedy of manners.
Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Press, 2009
Edition: 1st U.S. ed. --
ISBN: 9780312539665
Branch Call Number: FIC Morga 3558ad 1
Characteristics: 407 p


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