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Summary

The final book in M.C. Beaton's charming A House for the Season series.

Love comes home to A House for the Season!

When the Duke of Pelham returns to his town house at 67 Clarges Street he is grimly determined to find himself a suitable wife, and love will have nothing to do with his selection.

The duke's search is soon disrupted by the arrival in town of Miss Jenny Sutherland - a beautiful but hugely spoilt country girl whose vanity is overwhelming. In fact it was her guardian who brought her to London in the hope her ward will get the put-down she so sorely deserves. But no one had counted on the intervention of Rainbird, the duke's shrewd and resourceful butler. Befriending Jenny, they devise a mischievous scheme that will ensure Jenny's social success - and secure, once and for all, the fate of the close-knit family of servants at No. 67 Clarges Street!

©2013 M. C. Beaton (P)2013 Audible Ltd

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OK Not an intellectual piece, but

MC BEATON beats Prozac and any sleeping pills. As strange as it can sound, all these series of regency novels have managed to help me make it through sleepless nights and sobbing days and I shall always be grateful to Mrs Beaton for that. The narrator of this series is outstanding, especially when being Fiona in the Miser of Mayfair.