The Six Sisters Series by Marion Chesney, M.C. Beaton

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  • Minerva (The Six Sisters #1)
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    Minerva (The Six Sisters #1)

    Marion Chesney, M.C. Beaton

    · 12 ratings · published 1983

    Raven-haired Minerva, eldest daughter of an impecunious vicar, When the Reverend Charles Armitage, an impecunious country vicar in Regency England, announces that raven-haired Minerva, the eldest of his six daughters, is to have her coming-out in London, the news is not well received by the rest of the family. Mrs. Armitage has one of her Spasms and has to be brought round by burning a quantity of feathers under her nose... more

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  • The Taming of Annabelle (The Six Sisters #2)
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    The Taming of Annabelle (The Six Sisters #2)

    Marion Chesney, M.C. Beaton

    · 12 ratings · published 2014

    Miss Annabelle Armitage was pea-green with envy. What a cruel world it was when her spinster of an older sister could enchant the dashing Lord Sylvester Comfrey! Annabelle’s own passionate nature was surely better suited for such a one as Sylvester.   Alas for Annabelle, Comfrey seemed to care for her not a jot. Determined to get a bit of her own back, even if it meant marrying another, Annabelle found Peter, Marquess of Brabington, a most attentive admirer... more

  • Deirdre and Desire (The Six Sisters #3)
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    Deirdre and Desire (The Six Sisters #3)

    Marion Chesney, M.C. Beaton

    · 12 ratings · published 1983

    The bestselling author’s Regency series returns with the story of Deirdre, whose scandalous elopement shocks the Armitage family—and her fiancé.   What clever woman would want a man like Lord Harry Desire? Why, he was clearly a lummox—languid, vain, and bland. Not even his beautiful face could redeem him. But he stood to inherit a vast fortune, and that was good enough for Deirdre’s father, a spendthrift vicar who arranged the match to rescue himself from imminent financial collapse... more

  • Daphne (The Six Sisters #4)
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    Daphne (The Six Sisters #4)

    Marion Chesney

    · 10 ratings · published 1986

    Daphne Armitage is the acknowledged beauty of that family of renowned belles, but beauty is more than skin deep. Black-haired, exquisite Daphne is certain she can avoid the turmoil of true love by demanding nothing more of a husband than to be an elegant companion. The self-absorbed Mr Archer seems to fit the bill to perfection. But when Mr Simon Garfield agitates Daphne's calm outward manner, the results are dramatic and delightful.

  • Diana the Huntress (The Six Sisters #5)
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    Diana the Huntress (The Six Sisters #5)

    Marion Chesney

    · 10 ratings · published 1986

    Diana Armitage's passion is a unusual for a lady - she loves to hunt dressed as a man. With lustrous black hair and enormous dark eyes, Diana is shy of men, yet dreams of the freedom they enjoy. Only when icy-blond Lord Mark Dantrey invites her to town does she see advantages to being a woman.

  • Frederica in Fashion (The Six Sisters #6)
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    Frederica in Fashion (The Six Sisters #6)

    Marion Chesney, M.C. Beaton

    · 12 ratings · published 1985

    The last unwed sister unites the Armitage clan in a husband quest in the “genuinely amusing” Regency series from the New York Times–bestselling author (Kirkus Reviews).   How could colorless Frederica, the sixth of the famous Armitage sisters, withstand a Season’s scrutiny after the five beauties before her had married so magnificently? Disguised as a chambermaid, Freddie found her way into the household of the fashionable Duke of Pembury... more

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