Convinced that his fiancee is playing him false, Sir Harry Hawthorne disguises himself as a woman in order to keep her under his watchful eye, with unforeseen complications.
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Miss Darby's Duenna is a farcical hero-in-drag tale, and a past winner of the Royal Ascot Award for best Regency.From the Author:
Some time ago, I attended a writer's conference at which an editor of Regency romances complained that she was weary of seeing manuscripts in which the heroine disguised herself as a man. Being of a perverse nature, I immediately wondered (though fortunately not aloud) what she would think of a manuscript in which the hero disguises himself as a woman. Alas, the joke was on me! The seed, once planted, refused to die. Eventually I was forced to write the book just to get it out of my mind. The result is Miss Darby's Duenna, a thoroughly silly story which I hope readers will enjoy.
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Book Description Prinnyworld Press, 1999. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110966800516