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Diana the Huntress

by Marion Chesney

Series: The Six Sisters (5)

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The bad-mannered black sheep of the Armitage sisters finds love in spite of herself in this Regency romp from the New York Times-bestselling author.   Poor Diana! All she cares for is the hunt. But the statuesque brunette had been ordered by her father to throw off her male attire and learn the pretty ways of a marriageable miss. But not before the fair-haired Lord Dantry, encountering Diana in her disguise, invites the young "David Armitage" to spend a week with him in London. What Diana doesn't foresee is that freedom has a price--and the price could be the man she loved.   Praise for M. C. Beaton and her novels "The best of the Regency writers." --Kirkus Reviews   "A delightful tale . . . romance fans are in for a treat." --Booklist   "Nicely atmospheric, most notable for its gentle humor and adventurous spirit." --Publishers Weekly  … (more)
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Because her father will not allow her to fox hunt, Diana, the athletic Armitage sister, runs away to London disguished as a young man and meets a neighbor who is more than she bargained for. Less entertaining than the earlier volumes of the series but it's still fun. ( )
  Bjace | Nov 28, 2010 |
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The bad-mannered black sheep of the Armitage sisters finds love in spite of herself in this Regency romp from the New York Times-bestselling author.   Poor Diana! All she cares for is the hunt. But the statuesque brunette had been ordered by her father to throw off her male attire and learn the pretty ways of a marriageable miss. But not before the fair-haired Lord Dantry, encountering Diana in her disguise, invites the young "David Armitage" to spend a week with him in London. What Diana doesn't foresee is that freedom has a price--and the price could be the man she loved.   Praise for M. C. Beaton and her novels "The best of the Regency writers." --Kirkus Reviews   "A delightful tale . . . romance fans are in for a treat." --Booklist   "Nicely atmospheric, most notable for its gentle humor and adventurous spirit." --Publishers Weekly  

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