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When Amy and Effy Tribble, two charming but impoverished spinster sisters, lose out on a much needed inheritance, they place an advertisement in "The Morning Post" and hire themselves out as professional chaperones. Vowing to prepare even the most difficult misses for marriage, the Tribble sisters will spend a London season on each client in this delightful Regency series, The School for Manners. Felicity Baronsheath, their first assignment, turns out to be more of a challenge than they could ever have imagined. Not only is Felicity indifferent to the idea of marriage but she has been permitted to roam free on her father s estates, hunting and carousing like any young lord. When her neighbor, the Marquess of Ravenswood, agrees to help the Tribbles set up their London town house, he confirms their observation that Felicity is a spoiled brat. And when Felicity insists on remaining unrefined, the Tribbles begin to fear that her season and their new business venture will end in disaster."
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M. C. Beaton has won international acclaim for her bestselling Hamish Macbeth mysteries and the Agatha Raisin mystery series. She is also the author of more than one hundred romance titles and a series of romantic suspense novels, the Edwardian Mystery series. Born in Scotland, she now divides her time between Paris and the English Cotswolds.From Library Journal:
Chesney, author of the series "The Six Sisters" and "A House for the Season" has created a terrific idea for her latest Regency series, "The School for Manners." The Misses Tribble, Amy and Effie, spinsters of a certain age, have lived for years on expectations of a great inheritance. When this fails to materialize, they are truly destitute. Desperate, they advertise that they will refine wild and unruly daughters, present them, and see them safely wed. This first volume concerns Lady Felicity Vane and the Marquess of Ravenswood in a love-hate courtship. The Tribbles are charmers and much more fun than their charges. Very highly recommended. Paula M. Zieselman, Debevoise & Plimpton, New York
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Book Description St. Martin's Press, New York, NY, U.S.A., 1989. Soft Cover. Condition: New. First Printing. Regency Romance paperback first paperback, published November 1989 in new conditiion .*We have other titles in this genre in stock and give discounts in shipping on additional books sent in the same package, please contact us for more info.**.WRAPPED IN PLASTIC BAG TO PROTECT CONDITION OF BOOK. Summary - THE SCHOOL FOR MANNERS.Amy and Effy Tribble had an impressive address, impeccable breeding - a talent for mathmaking. But the funds for their School for Manner were frightfully meager and when they advertized to "Bring Out a Wild, Unruly, or Undiciplined Daughter" for a London Season.Indeed, their frist client, Lady Felicity, was as undiciplined as she was beautiful. Felicity was also hopelessly in love with the great catch of the ton, Marquess of Ravenswood.If Amy and Effy succeed in refining Felicity, they could win her the Lord's proposal. But headstrong felicity has a plan of her own - one that might lead her to ruin and the Tribbles to disaster!. Seller Inventory # 062105205
Book Description St. Martin's, 1989. Soft cover. Condition: New. St. Martin's 1st Printing Regency Romance PAPERBACK 1989. (A) or NEW condition. No creasing on spine. No store stamps. School For Manners #1. Seller Inventory # 10699
Book Description St. Martin's Press, 1988. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0312915853
Book Description St. Martin's Press, 1988. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110312915853
Book Description St. Martin's Press, 1988. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0312915853