Incognito

Incognito INCOGNITO is a historical romantic comedy set in Regency England that should appeal to fans of Jane Austen Georgette Heyer or Oscar Wilde From the back cover Can a young lady allow her beloved siste

  • Title: Incognito
  • Author: Suzanne Allain
  • ISBN: 9780982368244
  • Page: 471
  • Format: Paperback
  • INCOGNITO is a historical romantic comedy set in Regency England that should appeal to fans of Jane Austen, Georgette Heyer, or Oscar Wilde From the back cover Can a young lady allow her beloved sister to be sacrificed on the marriage altar Emily Smithfield cannot So when her mother announces that a marriage has been arranged between Emily s older sister Lydia and LordINCOGNITO is a historical romantic comedy set in Regency England that should appeal to fans of Jane Austen, Georgette Heyer, or Oscar Wilde From the back cover Can a young lady allow her beloved sister to be sacrificed on the marriage altar Emily Smithfield cannot So when her mother announces that a marriage has been arranged between Emily s older sister Lydia and Lord Wesleigh, a man the sisters have never met, Emily offers to marry the gentleman in her sister s stead Emily s act of selflessness leaves Lydia free to marry the man she loves and Emily the bride of a handsome young marquess Not a bad bargain at all Lord Wesleigh, who knows nothing of Emily s matchmaking scheme, arrives in the small village where the Smithfields reside disguised as a curate, in an attempt to observe his betrothed anonymously When Lord Wesleigh finds himself attracted to Emily than her sister, the rules of the game change Can he make Emily fall in love with him when she believes him to be a penniless curate Originally published by Warner Books Hachette in 2001.

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    1. Mistaken identities, stubborn lovers and great comedy; what more do you need, but to go read this book. :)This delightful book by Suzanne Allain is a quick read. It is in the vein of Jane Austen and Georgette Heyer.Lady Smithfield has two daughters, Lydia and Emily. Lydia is considered the most beautiful according to Lady Smithfield. Where Lydia is fair and pale and beautiful, Emily has dark hair and she is not considered the ‘beauty’ by their mother. The Smithfield’s are not as well off s [...]

    2. This was a really lighthearted, fun read. I liked our heroine Emily, she wants to get out of her small country lifestyle and see the world. She is also perceptive and starts noticing things that don’t quite add up. She puts on her “Nancy Drew” hat and ends up getting herself mixed up in a little adventure. Alex (Lord Wesleigh/Mr. Williams) was a fun leading man. I don’t blame him for wanting to go undercover to figure out what his future wife is like, and although things got a little out [...]

    3. When ones loved sister is to be married to an unknown man of wealth, what does Emily do for her dear sister? Well, she descides that before her sister meets this man she is going to make her sister woo another man so that she can have the one she loves and Emily will marry the duke. This would have gone well if it hadn't been for the duke who decided that he too was not going through with the arranged marraige if he didn't like the girl. So he comes decised as a curator to the town and stays wit [...]

    4. Since her sister loves another man, Emily Smithfield decides she will take her place in an arranged marriage. Lord Weleigh, Alexander, her intended comes to town disguised as a curate to check out his intended wife. A farce insues and it doesn't get sorted out until Emily falls in love with Alexander, comes to believe he is a highwayman who has been plaguing the area, and discovers he is not and that he loves her too. This is a comical and fun book. It is light reading made for an evening when y [...]

    5. Great story for those who love a clean regency era romance. There is a bit of suspense and comedy too! I read it all in one sitting cause I was so eager so see if Emily would allow herself to love someone poor versus a son of a Duke only to later realize they were the same person! great great book! you want them to love each other, you want it to work out and you get frustrated when Emily tries to do the right thing at the expense of her heart but everything always works out in the end to all ou [...]

    6. The fact I read "Incognito" in one day may give you an idea of whether or not I enjoyed itYay you for guessing correctly! ;) This book was SO much fun! Fast-paced and with no boring parts- I couldn't put it down! I laughed out loud quite a few times, the situations and witty dialogue being my cup of tea!I am really looking forward to reading Suzanne's 2 other regencies in the very near future, and highly recommend this fun and bright comedy to my fellow regency fans.

    7. This was an absolutely delightful read! The crackling wit, merciless humour and characters that amuse and delight with every word held me in awe from start to finish! I just love how the story takes off from page 1 with never a boring moment. Highly recommended for anyone who appreciates a good, heartwarming regency romance !

    8. Mistaken identities and mistaken intentions, but not a mistake to read. I really enjoyed this book and found myself smiling often and laughing uproariously two or three times. Keep on the beaten path (and out of the bushes) and read this sweet confection of a romance.

    9. Fed right into my Jane Austen feeding frenzy. I have been reading all of Georgette Heyers delightful Regency Romances and this book came to my attention as in that same vein. I loved the French farce element. The end made me laugh out loud.

    10. Rating: I enjoyed it (3.5 Stars)At only 191 pages it’s a quick read; I think it took me just under 3 hours.While there may not be a lot of substance to it, it was nonetheless an effortless and enjoyable read. There’s not much happening under the surface that isn’t written right there on the page, but sometimes that’s a good thing (not having to analyse everything and just going with the flow instead). This was exactly what I was in the mood for today when I got home from work and wanted [...]

    11. Years ago, Lady Smithfrield and an old friend, the Duchess of Alford, planned a match between their eldest children but with the death of the Duchess, Lady Smithfield assumed the match was off. Lady Smithfield and her two daughters have had to economize since the death of her husband. Lady Smithfield is laboring under the misapprehension that they are quite poor and is out to find a wealthy husband for her beautiful eldest daughter Lydia. Then the Duke writes to say the match is still on and his [...]

    12. Description :Can a young lady allow her beloved sister to be sacrificed on the marriage altar? Emily Smithfield cannot. So when her mother announces that a marriage has been arranged between Emily’s older sister Lydia and Lord Wesleigh, a man the sisters have never met, Emily offers to marry the gentleman in her sister’s stead. Emily’s act of selflessness leaves Lydia free to marry the man she loves and Emily the bride of a handsome young marquess. Not a bad bargain at all! Lord Wesleigh, [...]

    13. This is a "clean" book. Which would normally be cute to read if the writing wasn't so. stilted. Or awkward. I'm not quite sure how to describe it, but it's most certainly not what you'd expect from a historical romance (HR) novel. There's a certain style that's supposed to be present, but sadly it was lacking in this.I like the notion of mistaken identities, but I feel quite removed from the characters most of the time due to the way it was written. The characters sound the same, even if they're [...]

    14. 2.5I really hate to give this book such a low rating - it really was a cute story. And it was a CLEAN romance, which is always a plus. However, since British literature is my absolute favorite genre - she was up against some serious preconceived notions. (Not that this is British literature, since the author isn't British - but, you know what I mean) It was a cute story - but definitely not Heyer, and MOST definitely not Austen.

    15. I laughed out loudThis was a fast moving, entertaining read. Emily and her sister Lydia have entered into the marriage Mart in a hilarious story of mistaken identity, highwaymen, Dukes, Vicars and a Curate who is not what he seems. I actually had to chuckle out loud at some of the high jinks in 'Incognito' by Suzanne Allain. Give yourself a treat and read this book as soon as possible!

    16. I loved this. It may be argued that it's already been done, but I don't think that takes anything anyway from the enjoyment of the story. It was quite a nice comedy of mistaken identities, matchmaking, with even a bit of adventure here and there. It was fun and unpretentious, and overall I was happy to have read it.

    17. LIKES: great witty dialogue, clean, likeable, fairly original plot given the dependence on familiar characters/scenery from austen and wilde (with a little scarlet pimpernel mixed in)DISLIKES: sometimes it felt like all there was dialogue, and the characters should have been further developed/explored for a more satisfying ending

    18. I'm really into these Regency romances now. I enjoyed this book. It's light and fun. There are sections where the reader is told what a character is thinking/feeling. Generally, I like when plot and feelings of characters are told through dialogue as opposed to narrative. But it served its purpose. It was a good read.

    19. I really enjoyed reading Mr. Malcolm's List so I decided to read Incognito as well. It was a quick read and I really enjoyed the two main characters. I loved how the family conspired at the end to get Emily and Alexander together. This is good to read if you want a light hearted romance that will make you smile.

    20. Cute story and an easy read. Not terribly sure of the historical accuracy of some things, but nothing so obvious that it was distracting. I also felt like this author really likes "Pride and Prejudice" because several phrases seemed to be strongly influenced by Jane Austen's novel. Over all enjoyable and sweet.

    21. Lovely Regency RomanceThis story was filled with mistaken identities, mixed up couples, and a bad highway man for a little spice. A witty sweet romance that will give you a fun light read. I will be purchasing more of Suzanne Allain, whose humour is delightful.

    22. I liked Mr Malcolm's list so this was easy to try too. Typical of this genre it is predicable, but not typcial the author includes more characters and twists and turns than the average regency story.

    23. The story was very cute - though not very plausible (especially the sudden change in disposition of the main male character)!The writing was a bit odd in certain passages, as it wasn't quite what you would expect regency characters to say or think. Was overall enjoyable however!

    24. A fun, lighthearted farce. This book had interesting characters but sometimes got a little too farcical for my taste. Read it in just a few hours. It was a good story but certainly not Jane Austin.

    25. Well, gosh. That was a cute read! I quite loved it. There were more mix-ups than I was expecting, and the characters a bit more bold than I thought they should be, but it was lovely.5 stars! I can't wait to read another Suzanne Allain book!

    26. A totally fun read involving real life misunderstandings in the chase for love. Where good intentions can lead you through a dance you never thought you'd dance.

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