The Madcap Heiress

The Madcap Heiress A Wealth of PassionYoung spirited and independent of mind Emma Lawrence refuses to give herself to any man on a whim As an heiress to a vast estate she has had than her share of hopeful suitors in

  • Title: The Madcap Heiress
  • Author: Emily Hendrickson
  • ISBN: 9780451212894
  • Page: 370
  • Format: Paperback
  • A Wealth of PassionYoung, spirited, and independent of mind, Emma Lawrence refuses to give herself to any man on a whim As an heiress to a vast estate, she has had than her share of hopeful suitors including her pompous, bullying cousin Claude who were interested in her purse than in pursuing her heart Of little means but proud bearing, Adam Herbert is loathA Wealth of PassionYoung, spirited, and independent of mind, Emma Lawrence refuses to give herself to any man on a whim As an heiress to a vast estate, she has had than her share of hopeful suitors including her pompous, bullying cousin Claude who were interested in her purse than in pursuing her heart Of little means but proud bearing, Adam Herbert is loath to follow in his father s footsteps as a humble rector and visits his great uncle, the Earl of Stanwell, to see what else the world has to offer What he finds is an unexpected treasure in the beguiling Emma who learns that despite her great inheritance, the love she desires is worth far than any fortune

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    1. This book follows the adventures of the Hebert family. Previous novels include Lord Nick's Folly, Pruning Priscilla, Druscilla's Downfall, and Tabitha's Tangle. It is followed by My Lady Faire.Adam Herbert, son of a country vicar, has finished his college degree and with no immediate plans, sets forth to visit his great-uncle, the Earl of Stanwell to see the place where his father spent his summers and discover if he can find a place as a land agent. Upon arriving in the village, Adam comes upon [...]

    2. Sweet and a little bit preditable -- of course we know an HEA is a 'coming but still. I liked the interplay between the generations and the travels to Bath and Wells as well as the descriptions of fashions (for the young men too) and entertainments. A quick pleasant read. It's leaving on a journey because I found willaful's name penciled inside the cover.

    3. Enjoyable, but I wish several of the characters could have been given more depth. Would have loved to have heard more of the Countess's backstory.

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