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The Amorous Education of Celia Seaton - Miranda Neville A wonderful enthralling tale that I stayed up half the night to read.

Miss Celia Seaton is having a run of bad luck, her uncle dies before changing his will, her fiancee changes his mind, and then she's kidnapped.

During her adventures, she stumbles across Tarquin Compton, who has been left senseless by robbers. Celia recognizes him but decides to take a bit of revenge for his treatment during the season. Together they flee across the moors while Celia spins a tale about Terence Fish since Tarquin doesn't remember his past.

Miranda Neville writes romances that show character development, Tarquin at the end of the book is a much more likable fellow than at the beginning. Neville also writes plots that have unexpected twists with a host of memorable characters.