Unsuitable Suitors

Rated 3.50/5 based on 2 reviews
First published as a Dell Candlelight Regency, Unsuitable Suitors is a classic “Georgette Heyer style” Regency romance. With the family fortune gone, Amelia Grant takes charge, determined to make her younger sisters’ fortunes, establish them in the bosom of society, and keep her independence.

Matthews has been published by Avon, Dark Quest, Dell, Holt, Putnam and others. More
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  • Category: Fiction » Historical » Regency
  • Words: 63,370
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9781476266077
About Phoebe Matthews

Phoebe Matthews is currently writing three urban fantasy series. Mudflat Magic is set in the Seattle area where she lives. Three of the Mudflat books were EPIC finalists. Book 1 won the EPPIE for Best Fantasy of the year. Contemporary fantasy is Phoebe’s favorite reading. She admires superheroes who save the universe or the planet or at least the whole nation, but admits her own world is much smaller. And so she writes about people with limited powers who have only their wits and courage between themselves and destruction. In Phoebe’s new Turning Vampire series for Dark Quest the gutsy heroine’s powers are in the minus range.

Matthews has been published by Avon, Dell, Holt, Putnam and others. For complete information on her current novels and her backlist books, see her webpage.

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Reviews of Unsuitable Suitors by Phoebe Matthews

John Whelan reviewed on Nov. 17, 2012

Interesting details, certainly a traditional regency with interesting characters as well and no glaring historical errors.
(reviewed 6 days after purchase)
anjay reviewed on Aug. 19, 2012

Unsuitable Suitors is a clean, engaging Regency romance featuring the daughters of an overly careless father. The eldest, Amelia, is burdened with how to feed and keep a roof over the head of her younger siblings after their father gambled away the last of their dwindling funds. Having two of her three sisters marriageble but un-dowered means Amelia must also bear the burden of detering the unsuitable gentleman that make their acquaintance in their new neighborhood. A pleasant way to spend some quality reading time.
(reviewed 2 days after purchase)
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