All About Passion (Cynster, Book 7) by Stephanie Laurens

By Stephanie Laurens

Unique booklet: 2001

New York occasions bestselling Australian writer Stephanie Laurens promises the newest story within the immensely well known Cynster sequence. while Chillington is elected an ′honorary Cynster′ on the finish of All approximately Love, he is aware he wishes a spouse , and an inheritor. His target; an easy marriage with out romance. He has the same opinion to marry a girl he believes to be pliant and quiet. regrettably for him, the girl he thinks is Francesca Rawling is actually her cousin, Franni.Francesca herself is proud, passionate and opinionated in brief, the ideal bride for a Cynster...

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The World of Jane Austen and Mansfield Park 1775The American Revolution begins in April. Jane Austen is born on December 16 in the Parsonage House in Steventon, Hampshire, England, the seventh of eight children (two girls and six boys) 1778Frances (Fanny) Burney publishes Evelina, a seminal work in the development of the novel manners. 1781German philosopher Immanuel Kant publishes his Critique of pure reason. 1782The American Revolution ends. Fanny Burney舗s novel Cecilia is published. 1783Cassandra and Jane Austen begin their formal education in Southampton, followed by study in Reading.

1805Jane舗s father dies. Jane and her mother and sister subsequently move to southampton. Sir Walter Scott publishes his Lay of the Last Minstrel. 1809After Several years of travelling and short-term stays in various towns, the Austen women settle in Chawton Cottage in Hampshire; in the parlor of this house Austen quietly composes her most famous works. Chales Darwin and Alfred, Lord Tennyson, are born. 1811Austen begins Mansfield Park in February. In November Sense and Sensibility, the romantic misadventures of two sisters, is published with the notation "By a Lady"; all of Austen舗s subsquent novels are also brought out anonymously.

In Sotherton, we see a country house that has fossilized from lack of change: The furniture is fifty years out of date, and its portraits no longer mean anything to anyone; the family chapel has fallen into disuse and the laborers舗 cottages into total disrepair. And in Rushworth, we see a landowner totally unequipped to make the necessary changes. His plans for Sotherton begin and end with the idea of calling in Repton, and his wish to consult with others rather than making plans himself is merely the first sign of a thoroughgoing abrogation of authority.

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