The Amorous Education of Celia Seaton by Miranda Neville

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“Sizzling, addictive, and deeply romantic: Miranda Neville’s novels are a joy to read.
—Eloisa James

“Wickedly sexy and just as witty, Miranda Neville is one to watch!”
—Lisa Kleypas

The raves keep rolling in for Miranda Neville, a “fresh new voice” (Madeline Hunter) in historical romance. Readers simply adore her smart and sexy Burgundy Club novels, and the third delightful installment, The Amorous Education of Celia Seaton, goes to the head of the class! Centered on a trio of rogues and the secret gentleman’s club they establish, this Regency Era-set romp reaches new heights of imagination, sensuality, and just plain fun—as a desperate beauty, lost on the English moors, stumbles upon the ideal opportunity to get revenge on the delectable cad who ruined her London season.

 

About Miranda Neville

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Miranda Neville grew up in England before moving to New York City to work in Sotheby's rare books department. After many years as a journalist and editor, she decided writing fiction was more fun. She lives in Vermont.
 
Published July 26, 2011 by Avon. 384 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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In Neville's humorous and charming third Burgundy Club Regency romp (after The Dangerous Viscount and The Wild Marquis), Celia Seaton, unaccomplished, penniless, and plain, plays a game of chance with the handsome and haughty Tarquin Comptin.

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Examiner

Celia Seaton and Tarquin Compton are completely delightful together whether falling in love as Celia and “Terrance Fish”, the name she makes up for him, or sparring at Celia and Mr. Compton, society’s most vicious cutthroat.

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New York Journal of Books

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Tarquin’s transition from Terence to Tarquin (and then the recognition that there is, perhaps, more of Terence in Tarquin than he would have wanted or expected) adds to the poignancy of the resolution.But what works best, and what readers will find most entertaining is that hidden book—the one Ta...

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Truthfully, reading this book was a nice way to spend a cold and windy weekend.

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Celia invents a name and history for the unfortunate man whom she claims as a fiance as they traipse through the countryside penniless and underclad and they share adventures while Celia learns about amatory acts through a salacious book that she has discovered.

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