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Three Hiatt Regency Classics in one value-priced collection!   Brenda Hiatt's first three traditional Regency romances are now packaged together in this USA Today Bestselling boxed set for your reading pleasure! This collection contains:   Gabriella ~ A lost wager obliges the Duke of Ravenham to bring a pretty little nobody from the country into fashion for the London Seas Three Hiatt Regency Classics in one value-priced collection!   Brenda Hiatt's first three traditional Regency romances are now packaged together in this USA Today Bestselling boxed set for your reading pleasure! This collection contains:   Gabriella ~ A lost wager obliges the Duke of Ravenham to bring a pretty little nobody from the country into fashion for the London Season. That irksome duty turns into something quite different as he falls under the spell of his protege's innocent charm. The Cygnet ~ Miss Deirdre Wheaton would rather write poetry than make her London debut until she meets the dashing Marquis of Wrotham and Cupid's arrow strikes. She transforms herself to attract him, only to learn he apparently has an aversion to her first love, poetry! Is all lost? Lord Dearborn's Destiny ~ After a fortuneteller prophesies a statuesque blonde as his perfect match, the skeptical Lord Dearborn is abruptly convinced upon meeting just such a woman. Blinded by her beauty, he barely notices her cousin, a lively, witty brunette. Though he has more in common with the petite and impoverished Ellie O'Day than the divine Miss Rosalind, she is not in his style at all. Will his eyes be opened in time to his true Destiny?


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Three Hiatt Regency Classics in one value-priced collection!   Brenda Hiatt's first three traditional Regency romances are now packaged together in this USA Today Bestselling boxed set for your reading pleasure! This collection contains:   Gabriella ~ A lost wager obliges the Duke of Ravenham to bring a pretty little nobody from the country into fashion for the London Seas Three Hiatt Regency Classics in one value-priced collection!   Brenda Hiatt's first three traditional Regency romances are now packaged together in this USA Today Bestselling boxed set for your reading pleasure! This collection contains:   Gabriella ~ A lost wager obliges the Duke of Ravenham to bring a pretty little nobody from the country into fashion for the London Season. That irksome duty turns into something quite different as he falls under the spell of his protege's innocent charm. The Cygnet ~ Miss Deirdre Wheaton would rather write poetry than make her London debut until she meets the dashing Marquis of Wrotham and Cupid's arrow strikes. She transforms herself to attract him, only to learn he apparently has an aversion to her first love, poetry! Is all lost? Lord Dearborn's Destiny ~ After a fortuneteller prophesies a statuesque blonde as his perfect match, the skeptical Lord Dearborn is abruptly convinced upon meeting just such a woman. Blinded by her beauty, he barely notices her cousin, a lively, witty brunette. Though he has more in common with the petite and impoverished Ellie O'Day than the divine Miss Rosalind, she is not in his style at all. Will his eyes be opened in time to his true Destiny?

55 review for Hiatt Regency Classics 1, 2 & 3

  1. 5 out of 5

    Danielle Hamilton

    All in all I liked it So I have read this author's work before in the saint of seven dials series and fell in love with her writing style and concept of that series. So naturally when I came across a bundle pack offering these three titles I eagerly purchased it. But within the first chapter I could tell this book was one of Brenda's earlier work since this is a bundle pack I'll start with Gabriella. I could tell very early on that this book was written by a novice. The characters were though inte All in all I liked it So I have read this author's work before in the saint of seven dials series and fell in love with her writing style and concept of that series. So naturally when I came across a bundle pack offering these three titles I eagerly purchased it. But within the first chapter I could tell this book was one of Brenda's earlier work since this is a bundle pack I'll start with Gabriella. I could tell very early on that this book was written by a novice. The characters were though interesting I felt they could of been better developed. Brie herself was a delight I felt she was fresh but brow beaten by that horrendous sister of hers. The plot was underdeveloped and could of used for structure. But overall I was pleased come the end and held high hopes for the next book from this author. Which bring me to the cygnet. The characters were much more developed... there was some back story which I like to see explaining why the mother felt as she did towards her daughters and her complex feelings when dealing with them but I do have to say I was sometimes vexed with said mama for her preference of Celeste over Didi and Celeste self centered attitude was vastly annoying. I felt Didi was doing herself a disservice to herself everything she put herself in the back pedal and encouraged her sister in her conceited self centered narcissist ways. I'm also annoyed in the way she totally misunderstood Lord Wortham and judge him unkindly. Hell I'm annoyed how the misunderstood each other..I mean all the signs were there and they still choose to ignore them blissfully In their ignorance. Wortham was my favorite male character out of all three books but why he allowed that little flop of a poet kidnapped his love only to have her stolen from him by a even bigger threat is beyond me but it made for a great climax that kept me reading rapidly. As I read the opening paragraphs of Lord Dearborns Destiny I wasn't sure if I wanted to continue or just close the book and give up but i was pleasantly surprised and taken in by the story.. I was charmed by Ellie who is too be sure the most related female lead out of all three books. She had spunk, class, innocence, and fire all wrapped into one complete package and stole my heart. I love her eternal optimism she never allowed anything her aunt said or did break her spirit. It couldn't of been easy to live with a woman of that caliber but Ellie made the best of it and always obtained a unconditional love for her cousin Rosalind. By far my favorite this book did grate on my nerves a bit. Number one reason... Forrest... my god I never read of a more superficial male lead in all my years of reading... he kept comparing the two women like horse at a show. Of course Rosalind was more beautiful but he let looks blind him to what he really was attracted to. Even though he KNEW Ellie was more comparable and easier to get along with he continued to refer to her as "not my type" which I found very tedious and shallow... I didn't like him until the end when he realize what a huge mistake he was making in paying homage to Rosalind. And even then it was almost too late. All in all I enjoy reading Brenda Hiatts books. I know she has progressed and improved her writing style. I recommend her to all who enjoys a unique story plot.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Isabelle

    Gabriella: the storyline was good but you could not really feel the love building between the 2. At one point, they just say they are in love but it is difficult to believe. It was her first book and it shows. 3+ star The cygnet: again a nice plot and in this way you could feel the attraction between the 2. I enjoyed it. 4 stars lord Dearborn's Destiny: predictable but sweet story where the hero is attracted by a beautiful but rather dull woman while he first overlooks her lively, intelligent cous Gabriella: the storyline was good but you could not really feel the love building between the 2. At one point, they just say they are in love but it is difficult to believe. It was her first book and it shows. 3+ star The cygnet: again a nice plot and in this way you could feel the attraction between the 2. I enjoyed it. 4 stars lord Dearborn's Destiny: predictable but sweet story where the hero is attracted by a beautiful but rather dull woman while he first overlooks her lively, intelligent cousin. But of course this slowly gets fixed and all ends well with the 2 cousins finding their happily ever after with the man of their choice. 4 stars

  3. 5 out of 5

    Lynne Tull

    Heads up! These are three different books. They are not connected in any way. I loved each of them. The style reminded me of Marion Chesney*'s style. They are Regency Romance in its purest form. There are not lust/sex scenes to skip. There is only a love story about a hero and heroine and how they get to their 'happily ever after'. They were refreshing and I loved reading them. *Marion Chesney writes under the name of M. C. Beaton (Hamish Macbeth and Agatha Raisin mysteries). Recommend anything s Heads up! These are three different books. They are not connected in any way. I loved each of them. The style reminded me of Marion Chesney*'s style. They are Regency Romance in its purest form. There are not lust/sex scenes to skip. There is only a love story about a hero and heroine and how they get to their 'happily ever after'. They were refreshing and I loved reading them. *Marion Chesney writes under the name of M. C. Beaton (Hamish Macbeth and Agatha Raisin mysteries). Recommend anything she writes.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Lori

    A good three pack I really enjoyed the last one in this series. Lord Dearborn's Destiny. It was funny, romantic, and overall a pleasant read. A little predictable but sometimes you need that. ;) A good three pack I really enjoyed the last one in this series. Lord Dearborn's Destiny. It was funny, romantic, and overall a pleasant read. A little predictable but sometimes you need that. ;)

  5. 4 out of 5

    Paulinlong

    Gabrielle is a simple, pleasant Regency Romance with the expected twists and turns and expected conclusion.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Sheila

    Charming heroes and heroines Country life or city life the story of love and romance, of fate and fancy play out in recency England. Delightful read.

  7. 4 out of 5

    J

    loved them all, very good

  8. 4 out of 5

    Little Red Readinghood

    Easy fun read.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Mrs Jeanette Bustard

  10. 4 out of 5

    Susan Kelley

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  12. 5 out of 5

    AM

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    Kimberly Prusakiewicz

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  17. 5 out of 5

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    karen thorson

  20. 4 out of 5

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    Mandy Lussier

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    anita_thebookaddict

  53. 4 out of 5

    Christina Evenson

  54. 4 out of 5

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  55. 5 out of 5

    Karen K. Miller

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