ENLIGHTENING DELILAH: Vol. III of The School For Manners by Marion Chesney

ENLIGHTENING DELILAH: Vol. III of The School For Manners

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Another in Chesney's delightfully romantic Regency series starring the perennially down-and-out/husband-seeking Tribble sisters--who, this time out, take charge of rich Squire Wraxwell's daughter Delilah. Delilah, 23 and still unmarried, has been a man-hating ""hardened flirt"" ever since her true love, Sir Charles Digby, spurned her affections (or so she thinks) when she was a mere 17. Now, Charles is back from the wars, older and wiser himself, and sets out (with the help of the Tribble girls) to change the beautiful Delilah's heart-breaking ways. . . Still the best of the Regency assortment: old fans--and new ones--can dig in with total confidence.

Pub Date: Aug. 24th, 1989
Publisher: St. Martin's