An Unreasonable Match After a humiliating Season Hester Perceval hid away and concentrated on stimulating her intellect since her heart was broken Indeed Hester was a beautiful genius who cracked codes and solved puzzles

  • Title: An Unreasonable Match
  • Author: Sylvia Andrew
  • ISBN: 9780263828481
  • Page: 408
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  • After a humiliating Season, Hester Perceval hid away and concentrated on stimulating her intellect since her heart was broken Indeed, Hester was a beautiful genius who cracked codes and solved puzzles, arousing the interest of a pen pal, Zeno When she discovered her enigmatic correspondent was Robert, Lord Dungarron the man who had caused her shame during her SeaAfter a humiliating Season, Hester Perceval hid away and concentrated on stimulating her intellect since her heart was broken Indeed, Hester was a beautiful genius who cracked codes and solved puzzles, arousing the interest of a pen pal, Zeno When she discovered her enigmatic correspondent was Robert, Lord Dungarron the man who had caused her shame during her Season she took flight But Robert found her and convinced Hester to help him uncover a devious plot And as they toiled over codes and puzzles, they began to discover an overpowering love that defied all reason.

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    About "Sylvia Andrew"

    1. Sylvia Andrew

      Sylvia is a great reader, whose preference in fiction is for thrillers and historical romances She married Simon Andrew, the boy next door, and they have one daughter, Catherine, who is married and works in London Catherine lives in Maidenhead quite near the river, and they have a small house in Normandy, which they visit whenever they can They are great travelers from a shopping weekend in Paris to a three week tour of Vietnam on a bicycle They both took early retirement and now live in the West Country with their dog and cat Simon is an active town councillor in Crewkerne, and very well known there Until Sylvia retired she was busy to write, Teaching full time as vice principal of a large comprehensive sixth form college, while also running a house and a family didn t really give her much time She never attempted to have anything published before she sent in her first historical romance to Mills Boon, in the days when the series was called Masquerade She was somewhat flabbergasted though absolutely delighted when it was accepted Perdita first appeared in 1991, and she is still surprised at the idea of herself as a writer.

    449 thoughts on “An Unreasonable Match”

    1. Rating 3.5 starsAs a maths teacher, I enjoyed the novelty of having a mathematically minded heroine and a romance conducted over ciphers The author did a good job of highlighting the frustration the heroine feels over the senseless restrictions Regency society enforces purely due to gender Although I love this time period, I am most grateful that I didn t live back then.What I didn t like Since my sympathies were fully with the heroine, I found the hero a bit too Regency male When he had first s [...]


    2. 1 Too many exclamation points And ellipses These characters all talk in exclamations and trailing thoughts This is not the author s first book, so I would have expected some better writing.2 A heroine whose wishes are overridden by her parents, her brother, and her love interest.3 A love interest who spends half of the book deriding the heroine.4 A love interest who is rude and arrogant, without any sense of how he hurt the heroine, as he is a man, and therefore whatever he said must be in her b [...]


    3. Aunque la protagonista pod a con mi paciencia en algunas ocasiones, ha sido una lectura entretenida, y sorprendentemente, m s centrada en la trama que en el romance El final ha sido un poco precipitado, pero puede pasar.



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