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And The Miss Ran Away With The Rake - Elizabeth Boyle Charming and full of diversions. The characters Lord Henry Seldon and Daphne Dale are first-rate, well-rounded characters with enough spunk to capture your heart. Their literary alter egos, Mr. Dishworth and Miss Daphne Dale, are equally fun. The ending is a wonderful madcap adventure, leading to an over-the-top climax.

The relatives on both the Dale and Seldon sides provide lots of added entertainment. Mr. Muggins also adds some comic relief.

Excellent light-fare Regency romance.