Rainbird's Revenge, Paperback Book

Rainbird's Revenge Paperback

Part of the A House for the Season series

3.5 out of 5 (1 rating)


The final book in M.C. Beaton's charming A House for the Season series. Love comes home to A House for the Season! When the Duke of Pelham returns to his town house at 67 Clarges Street he is grimly determined to find himself a suitable wife, and love will have nothing to do with his selection. The duke's search is soon disrupted by the arrival in town of Miss Jenny Sutherland - a beautiful but hugely spoilt country girl whose vanity is overwhelming. In fact it was her guardian who brought her to London in the hope her ward will get the put-down she so sorely deserves. But no one had counted on the intervention of Rainbird, the duke's shrewd and resourceful butler. Befriending Jenny, they devise a mischievous scheme that will ensure Jenny's social success - and secure, once and for all, the fate of the close-knit family of servants at No. 67 Clarges Street! 'Romance fans are in for a treat' - Booklist '[M. C. Beaton] is the best of the Regency writers' - Kirkus Reviews


  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 192 pages
  • Publisher: Little, Brown Book Group
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  • Category: Crime & mystery
  • ISBN: 9781780333106



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Miss Jenny Sutherland is vain and has never been exposed to London Society, when she meets the Duke of Pelham he is appalled how disrespectful she is to people around her and suggests that she should be exposed to the experience of London for a while to knock some sense into her, little does he realise that this cascade is going to change his life.Meanwhile in the London house he intends to stay, one of his properties in London, his servants are revolting, their wages have been garnished by his agent and they are determined to get out from under him and get a fair wage for their work. When Jenny meets the servants everything is up for change.It's pretty predictable, but not a bad read. Light fluff.

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