The Grand Sophy, by Georgette Heyer – A Review

From the desk of Meg Johnson: 

My first foray into the world of Georgette Heyer — and Regency romance — was not a disappointing one. Like the countless lords, fools and gentlemen who fall in love with brash, bewitching Miss Sophy Stanton-Lacy, I don’t think I’ll be able to forget The Grand Sophy for a long while.

When her father leaves for South America, Sophy is deposited in the care of her father’s sister, Lady Continue reading “The Grand Sophy, by Georgette Heyer – A Review”

The Grand Sophy, by Georgette Heyer – A Review

From the desk of Laurel Ann Nattress: 

First published in 1950, The Grand Sophy contains one of Georgette Heyer’s most endearingly outrageous heroines. In this newly released reissue by Sourcebooks, you are in for a rollicking good time through Regency era London with Miss Sophia Stanton-Lacy. As one of her many male admirers proclaims, “By all that is wonderful, it’s the Grand Sophy!”  Too true. Continue reading “The Grand Sophy, by Georgette Heyer – A Review”

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