Happy dance of joy

Ian Riddell iwriddell at charter.net
Fri Jan 21 09:00:45 EST 2005

OK, once more into the breach here . . .

Having been thoroughly smitten with Bujold's books (more Miles!) at the 
recommendation of this list and noticing that many on this list love 
Heyer (as do Bujold and Connie Willis) . . .

Where should I start with Heyer? Which book should I seek out first?

My library lists 121 titles (some of those are different editions of 
the same books, mind you).

What should I read first?

(bracing for the response!)

On Jan 20, 2005, at 5:49 PM, Melissa Proffitt wrote:

> I was browsing the books at Wal-Mart today, killing time before 
> picking up
> Aerin from school, and I wandered into the romance section thinking I 
> might
> find my own copy of _Boy Meets Girl_.  What I found instead is that
> Harlequin has published more Georgette Heyer reprints.  Four of them.
> _April Lady_, _A Civil Contract_, _The Toll-Gate_ and _The Unknown 
> Ajax_.
> I did a happy dance of joy right there in the store, no doubt 
> embarrassing
> the Jackson-Hewitt tax guy whose booth was right there.
> I only bought the one I didn't have (_A Civil Contract_) but I think I 
> will
> have to get those last two even though I already own them, because my 
> copies
> are very old and they both get re-read often.
> Happy, happy, happy me.
> Melissa Proffitt
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