The Wayward Debutante

The Wayward Debutante She Tempted Fate Then Fate Tempted HerIt was utterly scandalous for a young lady to attend the London theater unchaperoned She could easily have been mistaken for a woman of easy virtue Yet Eleanor S

  • Title: The Wayward Debutante
  • Author: Sarah Elliott
  • ISBN: 9780373294848
  • Page: 218
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • She Tempted Fate, Then Fate Tempted HerIt was utterly scandalous for a young lady to attend the London theater unchaperoned She could easily have been mistaken for a woman of easy virtue Yet Eleanor Sinclair loathed stuffy ballrooms packed with fretful mothers and husband hunting girls Craving escape, she donned a wig and disappeared into the night.There she caught tShe Tempted Fate, Then Fate Tempted HerIt was utterly scandalous for a young lady to attend the London theater unchaperoned She could easily have been mistaken for a woman of easy virtue Yet Eleanor Sinclair loathed stuffy ballrooms packed with fretful mothers and husband hunting girls Craving escape, she donned a wig and disappeared into the night.There she caught the eye of James Bentley, a handsome devil with a wry wit He played a game of seduction that imperiled Eleanor s disguise and tempted her to forsake all honor.

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    1. Eleanor Sinclair is willful enough to make up an imaginary sick friend to keep from going to a ball so she can disguise herself and go to the theater unchaperoned. Unfortunately, while she's there, she catches the eye of James Bentley who wants to know more about her. He thinks Eleanor is a governess being bold in venturing out by herself. Suggesting a dalliance, he ends up instead being Eleanor's escort weekly so she can see the plays unmolested.James himself is a cyphern of a nobleman, the unf [...]

    2. She was a b*tch (I don't want to be vulgar) and he was a real b*stard. Hated them both and the book was nauseating. Oh right, did not finish.

    3. I wish the drama and theatre element of the story had been more to the forefront of the novel, it would have made the story so much better.

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