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Reprise Some issues remain unresolved between Prudence Mallow and Lord Dammler of Imprudent Lady Is he indeed a rake and immoral hedonist Is she a prudish intolerant stick in the mud His play is a roaring su

  • Title: Reprise
  • Author: Joan Smith
  • ISBN: 9780449502846
  • Page: 272
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Some issues remain unresolved between Prudence Mallow and Lord Dammler of Imprudent Lady Is he indeed a rake and immoral hedonist Is she a prudish, intolerant stick in the mud His play is a roaring success but so is her anonymous book mocking the folly of London society and him Who induced Uncle Clarence to set up an atelier with Dammler s former mistress as model Some issues remain unresolved between Prudence Mallow and Lord Dammler of Imprudent Lady Is he indeed a rake and immoral hedonist Is she a prudish, intolerant stick in the mud His play is a roaring success but so is her anonymous book mocking the folly of London society and him Who induced Uncle Clarence to set up an atelier with Dammler s former mistress as model Perhaps these lovers are too different to make a lasting pair.

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    About "Joan Smith"

    1. Joan Smith

      Joan Smith is a graduate of Queen s University in Kingston, Ontario, and the Ontario College of Education She has taught French and English in high school and English in college When she began writing, her interest in Jane Austen and Lord Byron led to her first choice of genre, the Regency, which she especially liked for its wit and humor.Her favorite travel destination is England, where she researches her books Her hobbies are gardening, painting, sculpture and reading She is married and has three children A prolific writer, she is currently working on Regencies and various mysteries at her home in Georgetown, Ontario.She is also known as Jennie Gallant

    989 Comments

    1. "This is a work of fiction. Any resemblance to the characters and situations described in the enjoyable forerunner novel, Imprudent Lady, is purely coincidental."What happened, Joan Smith? What happened? How could the writer of Imprudent Lady write this - Four Wilful Misunderstandings and a Reconciliation?And (*shakes head sorrowfully*) for Lord Dammler to greet the heroine - “Hi, Prudence." Rescind Ms Smith's vouchers to Almacks instantly.



    2. I remember thinking this in the first novel as well, but 16% into the 2nd one, and I'm wondering whether Hettie (H's aunt) really does have his best interests at heart. With friends like these, who needs an enemy!I have seen authors completely change their characters, or show us how they would "truly" behave I don't remember the author or the title, but the peak into married life of the couple from book 1 translated into a horrible tale of the husband acting selfishly, deciding to go parade his [...]


    3. No, no, no, and again no! This book reprises all that I dislike in formulaic Regencies: All those Misunderstandings and Failures to Communicate that drive me up the wall. As the sequel to Imprudent Lady, it does its best to wash away all the goodwill I had for the H and h of that book. IMPRUDENT LADY is one of my favorite Smith books. I now will have to read it maybe two times in succession to get this REPRISE out of my head.


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