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  • Author:
    Patricia Veryan
  • ISBN:
    0816133522
  • ISBN13:
    978-0816133529
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  • Publisher:
    G.K. Hall; Large type edition edition (1982)
  • Pages:
    497 pages
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    1119 kb
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    1435 kb
  • Rating:
    4.3
  • Votes:
    961
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Some Brief Folly Hardcover – July 1, 1981. I have enjoyed reading all of Patricia Veryan's novels. This is the first one that I read many years ago and having read it again I was remind why I enjoy her books. They are of course are romantically inclined, but also make me laugh.

Some Brief Folly Hardcover – July 1, 1981. by. Patricia Veryan (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. She always intersperses comedy within her books, usually involving a pet of some sort, which leads me to laugh out loud.

risked Kent's life in so reckless a fashion, even had the slide been contrived, which was of itself nonsensical. Perhaps he thought it merely happenstance, that she and Simon had ridden onto his lands intending to "arrange a breakdown," only to be caught in a real disaster.

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Some Brief Folly-a first class romantic advetnure series. Published by Thriftbooks. the dastardly and powerful Sanguinet family get their start in this novel about an "unattainable" woman who has received countless offers of marriage from the ton's finest men, and yet remains unmarried.

Patricia Veryan was born in England and moved to the United States following World War II. The author of several critically acclaimed Georgian and Regency series, including the Sanguinet Saga, she now lives in Kirkland, Washington. Библиографические данные. Some Brief Folly Sanguinet Saga.

Praise for Some Brief Folly. Patricia Veryan was born in England and moved to the United States following World War II. With mystery and easy chatter and two galumphing chases, this is a Regency a cut or two above the norm.

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Brajind
One of my favorite Patricia Veryan novels, and I've read almost all of them. Both hero and heroine are people whom I'd like and admire in real life, and the entire cast of characters is fun and interestingly nuanced. I will likely continue to re-read this story very couple of years no matter how I am. Veryan's stories are full of dashing heroes, mystery, adventure, suspense, witty dialogue, and swoon-worthy moments. Her prose is descriptive and intelligent and full of the turns-of-phrase of the day without sounding pedantic. Her storylines are complex and well-woven.
Timberahue
I have enjoyed reading all of Patricia Veryan's novels. This is the first one that I read many years ago and having read it again I was remind why I enjoy her books. They are of course are romantically inclined, but also make me laugh. She always intersperses comedy within her books, usually involving a pet of some sort, which leads me to laugh out loud.
Ironfire
I have read Patricia Veryan most of my life and now will get her series on my kindle.
Fek
A fun period romance with great characters! I love the fun she had with silly aunts, the surprises revealed and how Veryan's characters often show up in other books so you can keep up with them! Worth a reading!
Sadaron above the Gods
It's romances like this one that keep me stuck in the genre. This book has it all, romance, adventure, mystery, and humor. Both main characters are admirable and so humanly written. Even though this is my first book by this author, I think she might be a very worthy successor of Georgette Heyer. The narrative is intelligent, crisp and so entertaining. It's not often I come across so fascinating a hero, and I fell in love with all secondary characters as well. My only complaint is that I wanted more of the romance between the H and h. There is so much going on in the story at one point that it felt like their romance was relegated to the back burner. But even so, the story was so enthralling that it kept me glued to the very end -- and what an ending!!. Enjoy!!
Leceri
Having read all of Jane Austen's and Georgette Heyer's novels, I relentless!y search for other authors able to satisfy my desire for a well-written novel, with strong character depictions, witty dialogue, and of course a happy ending. This author in this novel is without a doubt as strong as the wonderful story teller Georgette Heyer and the book is now one of my very favorite novels. Highly recommend.
Yggfyn
To Regency fans, obviously the name Patricia Veryan demands respect. This story does not let you down. The characters are very well written and you are walked through the story discovering right along with the characters.

The sideline story that occurs between the brother and sister of the hero/heroine is a little over the top perhaps and not really incredibly interesting, but that is the only fault of the book.

There is a lot of Romance here and Ms. Veryan does not make you wait for a hundred pages before the heroine says something that you know she would and should say to prevent "the great misunderstanding" from happening, thank god.

I didn't realize this was the beginning of a series but will ardently seek out the rest of the books and recommend that to everyone.
The is the fist of a series....the dastardly and powerful Sanguinet family get their start in this novel about an "unattainable" woman who has received countless offers of marriage from the ton's finest men, and yet remains unmarried. She stumbles across a man reputed to be a terrible villain; killing his wife and only child and maiming his neighbor. This spirited and smoothly written adventure has several other amusing and dashing characters and many trials to overcome to set all to rights. I recommend this book and this series highly, and collect them in my personal library as well.