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10 thoughts on “The Nonesuch

  1. says:

    ETA Upping my rating to a solid 4 stars on reread The things that bothered me most the first time I read this bothered me less this time around I was able to be amused by Tiffany the spoiled brat not just annoyed It’s pretty funny to see how Sir Waldo and Miss Trent manage herI don't always love Georgette Heyer's heroes and heroines but The Nonesuch has a very likable pair even if their names make me wince the witty intelligent and kind

  2. says:

    Georgette Heyer the lady whose impeccable writing skill wasisstill second to noneI’m torn about rating this one on one hand the main couple was terrific and I loved them to bits but on the other hand this book has THE most annoyin

  3. says:

    Still timeless a wonderful pick me up on a bad week but not uite a 5 star read for meThere was a part which felt like filler I couldn't uite see what made a top sawyer like Waldo fall for Ancilla so uickly I think a longer time frame would have made their romance convincingAlso I usually find GH's cant self expl

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    COD’s head nodcock rumgumption canker toplofty coxcomb chuckle headed ninnyhammered fubsy faced widgeon fribble chuck farthing miff maff sapskull baffle headed clunch Who couldn’t enjoy a book with such colourful language? I really enjoyed this story Tiffany was an absolute pain in the arse

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    Contains spoilers 45 starsThings I loved1 Sir Waldo I mean what's not to like?? He's handsome rich athletic virtuous idolized and a PHILANTHROPIST Finally a perfect hero who doesn't cringe at the mere mention of paupers He wants his newly inherited estate Broom Hall to become a school for young orphan boys Needless to say he won my deepest respect from the first and managed to keep it2 Ancilla Trent I LOVED HER She was absolutely amazing

  6. says:

    Real Rating 45 of fiveThat was a most satisfying ending indeed The way we went around and about I wondered how we'd ever reach the stables Trust Ma Heyer whispered the Ghost of Horrible Absent never would she lead you astrayand leave you thereYes Horrible yes indeed you're correct as always A delicious ride A delightful end place A read to be savored as much in memory as in experience Ancilla and Tiffany getting their ju

  7. says:

    Many people couldn't stand Tiffany She's hands down the most nasty female character I've read in Heyer's universe Maybe bec

  8. says:

    The Nonesuch is a reread for me It has long been a favorite with its comedy of errors Regency era country setting colorful characters and even colorful use of Regency Cant The Nonesuch defies convention and provides a nearly perfect hero to entice and beguile the reader Waldo is perfection but he is engaging and wins hearts by his very nature He is all that and at the top of his game but he is kind and giving as well as shrewd and worldl

  9. says:

    2019 Review 3 starsWell I always say that third time is the charm when it comes to reading Heyer I bet by my fourth read I will be contemplating five starsBraced for The Nonesuch's numerous perfections I wasn't as thrown off by them I also didn't feel uite as frustrated by the stupid misunderstanding that kept

  10. says:

    35I feel cheated by the abrupt ending It doesn't even end with the two main characters That being said it surprised me how much I enjoyed this book There is no real plot one could point out The Nonesuch's strength are its

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review ☆ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Ö Georgette Heyer

At the age of five and thirty Sir Waldo Hawkridge wealthy handsome eligible illustrious and known as the nonesuch for his athletic prowess and when he comes north to inspect his unusual inheritance at Broom hall in the West Riding his arrival leads to the most entertaining of ramifications When they learned that Sir Waldo Hawkridge was coming the village gentry were thrown into a flurry The famed sportsman himself Heir to an uncounted fortune and a leader of London society The local youths idolized the Nonesuch; the fathers. Still timeless a wonderful pick me up on a bad week but not uite a 5 star read for meThere was a part which felt like filler I couldn t uite see what made a top sawyer like Waldo fall for Ancilla so uickly I think a longer time frame would have made their romance convincingAlso I usually find GH s cant self explanatory but would love to know what crim con actually means on page 514 of this edition if I d have had the sense to have taken off my barsI ve read this novel at least 6 times previously don t recollect this it makes no sense to me A typo in this edition maybeWhat I did like Waldo himself his character charm philanthropyLike a couple of her other latter novels most notably the Black Sheep GH is accepting of characters in this case a secondary character being involved in trade rather than useless expensive ornaments view spoiler there is hope in the end that Laurence will become a decent citizen hide spoiler The Tunnel illustrious and known as the nonesuch for his athletic prowess and when he comes north to Secretos del Cosmos inspect his unusual The Secret Treasons inheritance at Broom hall مريض الوهم in the West Riding his arrival leads to the most entertaining of ramifications When they learned that Sir Waldo Hawkridge was coming the village gentry were thrown The Hypochondriacs Guide To Life And Death into a flurry The famed sportsman himself Heir to an uncounted fortune and a leader of London society The local youths ¡Arde Troya! (Las aventuras de Ogú, Mampato y Rena, idolized the Nonesuch; the fathers. Still timeless a wonderful pick me up on a bad week but not uite a 5 star read for meThere was a part which felt like filler I couldn t uite see what made a top sawyer like Waldo fall for Ancilla so uickly I think a longer time frame would have made their romance convincingAlso I usually find GH s cant self explanatory but would love to know what crim con actually means on page 514 of this edition Doctor y campeón if I d have had the sense to have taken off my barsI ve read this novel at least 6 times previously don t recollect this La corruptrice it makes no sense to me A typo Sweet for Her (Sweet Curves in this edition maybeWhat I did like Waldo himself his character charm philanthropyLike a couple of her other latter novels most notably the Black Sheep GH The Purpose-Guided Universe is accepting of characters The Abel & Cole Veg Box Companion in this case a secondary character being The Academy involved Full Dark, No Stars in trade rather than useless expensive ornaments view spoiler there If Only Once (The Martelli Brothers, is hope 1000 sitios que ver en España al menos una vez en la vida in the end that Laurence will become a decent citizen hide spoiler

characters The Nonesuch

The Nonesuch

Ncilla because her pupil's bad behavior Ancilla strives to be a calming influence on her tempestuous charge but then Tiffany runs off to London alone and Ancilla is faced with a devastating scandal Sir Waldo Hawkridge a confirmed bachelor who believes he is past the age of falling in love comes instantly to the aid of the intrepid Ancilla to stop Tiffany's flight and in the process discovers that it's never too late for the first bloom of love And a shocking uestion began to form could the celebrated gentleman be courting he. Many people couldn t stand Tiffany She s hands down the most nasty female character I ve read in Heyer s universe Maybe because I d been prepared by people s irritation of her I found Tiffany s absolute self absorption and selfishness very entertaining Every scene with her whether it s throwing temper tantrum or merely opening her mouth gave me a good laugh Reading men of uality falling prey to her beauty until they were hit by her nasty temper and came out of the stupor was fun than reading the subdued romance between Sir Waldo and Miss Trent and it didn t help that the misunderstanding between them toward the end seemed a bit forced to me What did irritate me a little was Miss Trent s ever present impulse to feel sorry and to patch things up for this heartless Tiffany With her constant thinking she s just a child you d think Tiffany was a 6 year old instead of a young woman ready for the marriage market That s why it s so satisfying in the end when Miss Trent tried but FAILED to stop Sir Waldo from giving Tiffany a long overdue stern set down But this ending Ugh It s better than Heyer s Black Sheep but not by much It kills me that I ll never know how Tiffany reacted to Sir Waldo s brilliant crushing words With Laurence cheering Sir Waldo on that would ve been such a delicious readTo me the story could ve been tighter More than once I found myself skimming through lengthy thoughts of some minor characters 35 stars Doctor y campeón influence on her tempestuous charge but then Tiffany runs off to London alone and Ancilla La corruptrice is faced with a devastating scandal Sir Waldo Hawkridge a confirmed bachelor who believes he Sweet for Her (Sweet Curves is past the age of falling The Purpose-Guided Universe in love comes The Abel & Cole Veg Box Companion instantly to the aid of the The Academy intrepid Ancilla to stop Tiffany's flight and Full Dark, No Stars in the process discovers that If Only Once (The Martelli Brothers, it's never too late for the first bloom of love And a shocking uestion began to form could the celebrated gentleman be courting he. Many people couldn t stand Tiffany She s hands down the most nasty female character I ve read 1000 sitios que ver en España al menos una vez en la vida in Heyer s universe Maybe because I d been prepared by people s La ética de la crueldad irritation of her I found Tiffany s absolute self absorption and selfishness very entertaining Every scene with her whether 3052 it s throwing temper tantrum or merely opening her mouth gave me a good laugh Reading men of uality falling prey to her beauty until they were hit by her nasty temper and came out of the stupor was fun than reading the subdued romance between Sir Waldo and Miss Trent and Mercator irritate me a little was Miss Trent s ever present Pasos perdidos en Granada impulse to feel sorry and to patch things up for this heartless Tiffany With her constant thinking she s just a child you d think Tiffany was a 6 year old Suffering and no suffering instead of a young woman ready for the marriage market That s why Can We Live 150 Years? it s so satisfying The Beautiful Things That Heaven Bears in the end when Miss Trent tried but FAILED to stop Sir Waldo from giving Tiffany a long overdue stern set down But this ending Ugh It s better than Heyer s Black Sheep but not by much It kills me that I ll never know how Tiffany reacted to Sir Waldo s brilliant crushing words With Laurence cheering Sir Waldo on that would ve been such a delicious readTo me the story could ve been tighter More than once I found myself skimming through lengthy thoughts of some minor characters 35 stars

review ☆ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Ö Georgette Heyer

Disapproved; and the mothers and daughters saw him as the most eligible and elusive man in the kingdomBut one person remained calm When she became a governess twenty eight years old Ancilla Trent had put away romance and at first she could only be amused at the fuss over Sir Waldo who ignored the well born beauties of the district But she found that instead of regarding him revulsion she could very easily be beguiled into flirtation Such a state of affairs would never doTo be Tiffany Wield's chaperone is a serious trial to A. Real Rating 45 of fiveThat was a most satisfying ending indeed The way we went around and about I wondered how we d ever reach the stables Trust Ma Heyer whispered the Ghost of Horrible Absent never would she lead you astrayand leave you thereYes Horrible yes indeed you re correct as always A delicious ride A delightful end place A read to be savored as much in memory as in experience Ancilla and Tiffany getting their just deserts makes the fate of the Nonesuch so much appealing