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Two Corinthians
Dunn, Carola.
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New York : Walker, [1989]

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Carola Dunn was born in England on November 14, 1946. She received a B.A. in Russian and French from Manchester University and took a secretarial course for graduates at Oxford Tech. She traveled to numerous places around the world including Samoa and Fiji before getting married and settling in California. Prior to becoming a full-time writer, she worked in child-care, market research, construction, and wrote definitions for a science and technology dictionary. Her first book, Toblethorpe Manor, was published in 1979. Since then, she has written over 50 books including more than 30 Regency romances and the Daisy Dalrymple mystery series.

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Booklist Review

An amusing Regency involving two marriageable sisters, Claire and Lizzie Sutton, who have to look after their own futures. Since Claire, the elder, has failed to attract husband material, her mother has washed her hands of her. Lizzie, too, has been moved to mother's B-list, so Claire takes charge of Lizzie's first London season (after which she plans to retire to a small house north of London and far away from her family). Fate steps in, however, in the form of two young men who take a liking to the Misses Sutton and proceed to court them. A delightful read for genre fans. --Cynthia Ogorek

Library Journal Review

In this sequel to Miss Hartwell's Dilemma , Dunn follows the fortunes of two men left unattached in the earlier book. Bertram, Lord Pomeroy, the rejected lover, and George Winterbourne, the brother of his rival, become involved with the Sutton sisters, Claire and Lizzie. In spite of the interference of their families, and wary of one another, the two Corinthians gradually discover their true loves. The plot may be predictable, but Dunn creates some interesting characters and shows a deft touch with the Regency genre. Light but satisfying reading.-- Barbara E. Kemp, Columbia Univ. Libs. (c) Copyright 2010. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.