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Deborah Goes to Dover

Travelling Matchmaker, Book 5
Narrated by: Colleen Prendergast
Series: The Traveling Matchmaker, Book 5
Length: 4 hrs and 42 mins
Categories: Fiction, Chick Lit
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Encouraged by an unruly twin brother, tomboyish Lady Deborah Western seems set on dressing and behaving in a most unladylike manner, much to the dismay of her handsome neighbour, the Earl of Ashton. Fortunately for the Earl, Miss Pym is on hand to make sure the gorgeous girl is introduced to some more feminine pursuits...

M. C. Beaton is the author of the best-selling Agatha Raisin series. She has also written several Regency romance series. She lives between Paris and the Cotswolds.

©2013 M. C. Beaton (P)2013 Audible Ltd

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  • The Book Worm!
  • 01-01-19

Usual Beaton light listening

Love all M C's stories, can't get enough of them.
Narrator very pleasant to listen to.

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  • Rogayah
  • 02-02-17

Light as Air

Travelling by stage has always been dismissed in most novels of the 19th C as something dire but for Miss Pym, a former housekeeper in London, it is an adventure, as because of that something always happens. In this case it a drunken coach driver that is the start of her and her fellow passengers' adventures.

A light-hearted series of romances that are enjoyable for their frothiness, the dry wit and glimpses of the period's mores. Miss Prendergast reads this story well and brings life and colour to the story.