Is Number 67 Clarges Steet the unluckiest house in Mayfair? Every season the beau mondes of the Regency would hire a house in the heart of London’s fashionable West End at disproportionately high rent for often inferior accommodation and yet Number 67 Clarges Street, a town house complete with staff, remains vacant from year to year. Could it be that it is associated with ill luck and even death? Something must be done so that the servants of this house don’t lose their livelihood.
Salvation seems to come in the form of Roderick Sinclair who confirms he wishes to rent the house for the current season. The staff is overjoyed—until they find that Mr. Sinclair is a terrible miser who is planning no parties. Furthermore, his ward, Fiona, though a dazzling Highland beauty, does not seem to possess one bright idea in her head. But it is Rainbird, Number 67’s clever and elegant butler, who sees through her façade and resolves to help his mysterious mistress in whatever way he can.
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Is Number 67 Clarges Steet the unluckiest house in Mayfair? Every season the beau mondes of the Regency would hire a house in the heart of London’s fashionable West End at disproportionately high rent for often inferior accommodation and yet Number 67 Clarges Street, a town house complete with staff, remains vacant from year to year. Could it be... Read more »
"Oh, to be as beautiful as Euphemia!" sighs plain Jane Hart when she joins her sister at Number 67 for the season, as then Lord Tregarthan might notice her ... as she has noticed him and forever lost her heart. And while it is Euphemia's fate to flit her way through balls and into the arms of a marquis, Jane's is to stay at home ... until the... Read more »
Lovely but penniless Harriet Metcalf is aghast when a nobleman's will names her guardian of his snobbish twin daughters when they come out during the next London season. And is she wily enough for the intrigues of the ton-or its two most eligible bachelors, the Marquess of Huntingdon and Lord Vere? Harriet sees them as suitors for the twins,... Read more »
M. C. Beaton brings you the fourth installment of her witty and charming House for the Season series.
Lord Guy Carlton, late of His Majesty’s regiment and weary from the war in France, has only wine, women, and song in mind when he rents Number 67 Clarges Street for the season. He certainly has no desire for a serious attachment—and never... Read more »
Another tenant for London’s infamous house for the season, from the New York Times bestselling M. C. Beaton
Followers of the series will notice in this volume some personality changes in the odd assortment of retainers who keep the house at 67 Clarges Street, in London’s Mayfair, at the ready for whatever entrepreneur will rent it as a launching... Read more »
When the Duke of Pelham returns to his town house at 67 Clarges Street, he is grimly determined to find a suitable wife-but completely unprepared for what the season has to offer. The duke's title alone has always brought him more than his share of feminine attention; claiming not to believe in love, he has never been spurned by a lady. The... Read more »
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