Faro’s Daughter, by Georgette Heyer – A Review

From the desk of Joanna Go: 

Published in 1941, Faro’s Daughter was written during a trying time in Georgette Heyer’s life when she was at odds with her agents and publishers, and war was wreaking havoc on the publishing industry.  She was forced to put this work aside in favor of another, but reading the seamless story now belies all that turmoil.  This is a rollicking romp of a romance story that features one of Heyer’s most endearing couple Continue reading “Faro’s Daughter, by Georgette Heyer – A Review”

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