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Cordelia's Corinthian (Zebra Regency Romance). A Zebra Regency Romance. Format:Mass Market Paperback.

Cordelia's Corinthian (Zebra Regency Romance). Select Format: Mass Market Paperback. ISBN13:9780821779019. Release Date:January 2004. Publisher:Zebra Books.

AN Ideal Match (Zebra Regency Romance). Character portrayal and realisation is a vital component of a novel - they can really either make a book memorable or else make it a bore. And when one cannot get a clear handle on the characters, the book really suffers.

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Cordelia's Corinthian. Victoria Hinshaw writes exactly what she loves to read: traditional regency romances. A traditional regency romance More. She is a devotee of Jane Austen and Georgette Heyer as well as many contemporary writers.

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Zebra Books is an imprint of Kensington Publishing Corp. As the company's flagship imprint until the late 80s, it currently publishes women's fiction, romantic suspense and bestselling historical, paranormal and contemporary romance. In the past, it was also an iconic publisher of pulp horror, and it also published westerns and humor. Zebra Books was launched in 1975 by Walter Zacharius (1923–2011), who had founded Kensington Publishing the previous year, and Roberta Bender Grossman (1946–1992).

When he encounters Cordelia Bransford, the daughter of a vicar who is visiting Lodesham Hall, at a local fishing tourney, notorious rogue Lord Matthew Allerton becomes intrigued by this innocent beauty who is determined to resist his legendary charms. Original.

This is one of the poorer regencies I've read recently.

The story is foolish-Cordelia-the daughter of a vicar-but whose brother cheated at cards, forcing him into exile in Canada. Yet , her parents still send all there money to him for harebrained schemes and will allow Cordelia into service to make money to help support the wastrel.

The hero, Matthew-a soldier terribly wounded in the war-could have made up for this storyline but was written so juvenile and one dimensional that there is no saving the storyline.

The secondary characters are boorish and self centered as well-from the cousin who continues to have children every nine months, but has so badly reared them that they are a truly unpleasant lot-to her husband and his friends who reunite to reminisce over their sporting group-which was no more than a bunch of bored blue bloods who pulled mean spirited pranks on the servants and do not care who they hurt in the name of a bet.

The writing is simpering and very immature. I hate to be so harsh-but please save your money and find another regency as this one is just plain bad.

no stars.
It's the last summer before she must take a paid position, and Cordelia Bransford wants to make the most of it. She travels to Lodesham Hall to stay with her cousin, Elaine. However, Cordelia receives some unexpected news. Perry, Elaine's husband, has invited three of his friends to fish on his land.
And Cordelia is acquainted with all of them. They called themselves the "Quorn Quartet", and they were terrible pranksters. Five years ago, one of the four friends, Cedric, almost married Cordelia. However, she secretly harbored feelings for Lord Matthew Allerton, who seemed to be the least obnoxious of the bunch.
When Cordelia sees Matthew again, her old infatuation comes rushing back. As she begins to spend more time with him, she sees there is more to him than tricks and games. But is it love?
Generally, I enjoy Victoria Hinshaw's novels. They're always pleasant, and they stories are basically good. However, they fail to move me in any way. This book is no exception. I enjoyed it to an extent... but it wasn't as engaging as it could have been. I expected more, even from Ms. Hinshaw.
So, would I recommend it? Sure! It's good, but it's not great. It's nice for a bit of light reading.