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[[folder: A Blunt Instrument ]]
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* StrangledbyTheRedString: The {{tomboy}} and the SmugSnake agree to be married in the penultimate chapter, despite not having much romantic dialogue. Of course, [[StealthParody that might have been the whole point]]...\\
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[[folder: The Black Moth ]]
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* MagnificentBastard: for a [[LighterAndSofter Romance Novel]] value of the term, [[EvilIsSexy Tracy]].\\
* TheWoobie: It's hard not to feel sorry for Richard, whom everybody including the narrator considers inferior to his [[TheAce brother]].\\
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[[folder: Friday's Child ]]
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* HoYay: Gil and Ferdy, Sherry and Sir Montagu Revesby.\\
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[[folder: The Grand Sophy ]]
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* UnfortunateImplications: A really horrible anti-Semitic scene with a moneylender.\\
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[[folder: The Great Roxhythe ]]
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* HoYay: Read [[http://www.georgette-heyer.com/books/rox.html this extract]] and tell me you don't see it.\\
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[[folder: These Old Shades ]]
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* UnfortunateImplications: So Leonie possesses an innate nobility and the false Valme acts like a farmer's son and would be much happier as such despite having been brought up as a nobleman. Riiiiight.\\
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[[folder: The Unfinished Clue ]]
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* StrangledByTheRedString: [[TheInspector Inspector Harding]] and Dinah. [[AuthorsSavingThrow Heyer tries to pass it off as]] LoveAtFirstSight, but it still comes across as pretty forced.