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  • Author:
    Marion Chesney
  • ISBN:
    0783882882
  • ISBN13:
    978-0783882888
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  • Publisher:
    G K Hall & Co; Large Print edition (February 1, 1998)
  • Pages:
    255 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Historical
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    4.8
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Marion Gibbons (née Chesney; 10 June 1936 – 30 December 2019) was a Scottish writer of romance and mystery novels since 1979.

Marion Gibbons (née Chesney; 10 June 1936 – 30 December 2019) was a Scottish writer of romance and mystery novels since 1979. She wrote numerous successful historical romance novels under a form of her maiden name, Marion Chesney, including the Travelling Matchmaker and Daughters of Mannerling series. Using the pseudonym M. C. Beaton, she also wrote many popular mystery novels, most notably the Agatha Raisin and Hamish Macbeth mystery series

Book 6 of 6 in The Daughters of Mannerling Series. These are fun reads, though most of the books in the series follow the same formula of one of the sisters being seduced by mannerling despite having a perfectly wonderful person falling in love with them.

Book 6 of 6 in The Daughters of Mannerling Series. Enjoyable, easy reads that give you your time period fix as well.

Book 3 of 6 in The Daughters of Mannerling Series (6 Book Series). Like all Marion Chesney Regencies you can jump right in!

Book 3 of 6 in The Daughters of Mannerling Series (6 Book Series). The Deception is the third in the Daughters of Mannerling series, but don't fear you won't be able to follow the compelling foibles of the six Beverley sisters. Like all Marion Chesney Regencies you can jump right in! Mannerling is the former home of the Beverleys, and it possesses a strange and malevolent spirit.

Everyone who had ever visited Mannerling, home of the Beverley family, declared it to be the most beautiful house in England

Everyone who had ever visited Mannerling, home of the Beverley family, declared it to be the most beautiful house in England. But one hot summer’s day, as they sprawled around the schoolroom at the top of the house, they seemed for once to have forgotten that they were the fabulous Misses Beverley.

Daughters of Mannerling, Book 1 by Marion Chesney used paperback, in readable condition see images. Finessing Clarissa, The School for Manners, Book 4. hellosugah.

The Banishment The Daughters of Mannerling, Book 1 by Marion Chesney used paperback, in readable condition see images. Mrs Budley Falls From Grace, The Poor Relation, Book 3. Lady Fortescue Steps Out, The Poor Relation, Book 1.

Narrated by Charlotte Anne Dore. The haughty Beverley family is obsessed with regainingMannerling, the exquisite seventeenth-century mansion gambled away by theirnow-deceased father, Sir Beverley. Three of the six Beverley daughters,including Rachel’s twin, have failed to win back their ancestral estate-settlingfor love matches over Mannerling’s heirs.

Title: The Folly: The Daughters of Mannerling, Book 4 Author(s): M C Beaton Publisher .

2002 : USA Audio Cassette.

She was not expecting Harry to call. His last call had been on the Wednesday of the week before. He had said he would be busy right up until the ball. He had been warm and affectionate, and she had felt happy and secure when he left. But contrary to what she had been told, absence did not seem to be making the heart grow fonder.

Rachel's desire to possess her beloved mansion, Mannerling, forces her to try to win the heart of the new resident, Charles Blackwood, but when, through a strange twist of fate, true love develops between them, Rachel questions if the love is truly for him or Mannerling

Vichredag
The 4th installment of the Daughters of Mannerling series is excellent. Very high quality writing. Miss Trumble is still a dear and she has finally met Isabella. I wasn't sure of this installment at first because the hero is not put into such a good light in the beginning. But like Rachel, he grew on me. There are children in this book but they are wonderful characters and are made integral to the plot which was refreshing. This story's heroine Rachel was exquisite. She was not even interested in the new owner of Mannerling and while she had some wistfulness regarding the place she was not completely obsessed and had decided on her own not to pursue it. She has been the strongest heroine so far, although I still favor Fitzpatrick as my favorite hero despite his unfortunate name. Very highly recommended for all Regency Romance lovers.
Qwert
Good book, clean romance novel, well written. Read this whole series and enjoyed them all.
Hiclerlsi
Their mother is so conniving, but the daughter that is the main character in each book, manages to prevail. Good series
Mr_Mole
Loved the whole light love story series
Utchanat
Really not very consuming. I got all of the series but they are really, really light reading and don't hold your interest.
Malarad
M. C. Beaton's stories are always different but she still make old England come to life. Love her stories. Enjoy
Sironynyr
I ordered this book as a Christmas gift. The receipent is very happy because it completes a set of stories.
Another delightful book in the series. It is so much fun to read the books by M.C.Beaton.