Frederica in Fashion
Marion Chesney M.C. Beaton
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Mar 22, 2019 - 22:10 PM By Marion Chesney M.C. Beaton

How can plain Frederica withstand a Season s scrutiny after the five beauties before her have married so magnificently Yet she had not counted on the Duke of Pembury whether dressed in her finery or disguised as a chambermaid, that magnificent gentleman wanted her just the same
  • Title: Frederica in Fashion
  • Author: Marion Chesney M.C. Beaton
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  • Page: 265
  • Format: Kindle Edition


Grace Mar 22, 2019 - 22:10 PM
There's something enchanting about this last book that makes me return to it from time to time. Despite the glaring differences between the hero and heroine: their extreme age difference, their extreme life experience difference, their different stations in life -- there's something almost sweet about it. Frederica is the dreamy, wispy, washed-out looking youngest sister in a family of hailed beauties, and when the book starts, she sets out to change herself and become one of the heroines in her [...]
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Susan in NC Mar 22, 2019 - 22:10 PM
Delightful old favorite - I've reread this one countless times over the years, but it's been a while. I dug it out for a couple hours of fun and light-hearted brain candy, it never disappoints! Marion Chesney's early romance series (Six Sisters, House for a Season) are light, witty and funny - love revisiting old characters like the hard-drinking, hunting-mad Reverend Armitage, Squire Redford (his best friend and conscience), and the inimitable Malaprop, Lady Godolphin. Good times
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Mela Mar 22, 2019 - 22:10 PM
It made my day! A perfect witty Regency romance! I am not exaggerating. ;-)I love the whole series, I like all characters, but I love the most this novel. It was a perfect end. I adored Frederica from the beginning (from Minerva) and here she was an ideal heroine. And Duke of Pembury Let's face it - we love this kind of hero.The plot was interesting, with a few funny surprises. And although I knew how it would end up I read it like someone thirsty drinks water.Of course, I would like it had been [...]
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Rebekah Mar 22, 2019 - 22:10 PM
Perfectly enjoyable conclusion to the Six Sisters series by Chesney/Beaton. I liked Frederica and the fact that she was truly rather plain compared to her sisters. I also liked her unlikely pairing with a much older and sophisticated Duke. It had the same type vibe as Leonie and The Duke of Avon.
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Helene Harrison Mar 22, 2019 - 22:10 PM
Review - Frederica comes across as really developing into a woman over the course of the novel. At first she is a naive girl, but by the end is really matured and grown. It could, however, have benefited from more involvement from Frederica's sisters. I actually think Frederica in Fashion is my very favourite of the Six Sisters series. In some ways, Beaton writes about the reality of the Regency period a lot more accurately than Julia Quinn or Stephanie Laurens, but at times I do feel her writin [...]
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D.D. Chant Mar 22, 2019 - 22:10 PM
5 stars because it's my favourite of the series!!!Mostly because Frederica is my favourite sister. She has some sense, she's plain speaking and I love the way she says what everyone else is thinking but is to polite to put into words!You see, Frederica promised to be pretty as a child, but some how that promise fizzled out as she grew up. Now she's dreading her first season, where everyone will be disappointed by the plainness of the youngest in a long line of beautiful sisters. And then her fat [...]
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LuvGirl Mar 22, 2019 - 22:10 PM
2.5 stars. Minerva was the best book in this series. The characters of this book didn't have a realistic feeling to them. Usually It doesn't really bother me when the heroine is 17 years old and the hero is in his thrities, but the way the two were portrayed in this book made the hero come off as positively ancient! It was not believable that the they fell in love in the end.
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Erica Mar 22, 2019 - 22:10 PM
I loved the story and the trill. This was one of the best stories. Too bad this is the end. I want I don't know A family reunion.
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P. Mar 22, 2019 - 22:10 PM
The usual hasty wrap to a series. The short, vague, bland etc chit gets the duke. Meh.
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Maribeth Mar 22, 2019 - 22:10 PM
Cute series, quick reads. Jane Austen-esque, not too saucy (lol).
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Sarah H Mar 22, 2019 - 22:10 PM
This was a fun ending to an entertaining series.
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Zarabeth Davies Mar 22, 2019 - 22:10 PM
A lovely ending to a lovely fluffy little series - sheer escapism but none the worse for that - a marshmallow in book form!
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Trissy Mar 22, 2019 - 22:10 PM
After learning that her father intends to marry his mistress--a servant and her mother's former maid!--little Frederica, last of the Armitage sisters, decides she'd rather run away from school and find work as a servant, than return to her father's house. On her last day of freedom before giving up her identity, she dines at an inn and meets the breathtakingly gorgeous, but cold, Duke of Pembury. The next day she enters the Duke's service as a chambermaid. Drawn into a battle of words between La [...]
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Ana T. Mar 22, 2019 - 22:10 PM
I really enjoyed this series by Chesney. This one was nice but I didn't feel there was a bigconnection between the H/h.
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Michelle Louise Mar 22, 2019 - 22:10 PM
This was probably my favorite regency growing up. I loved that Frederica wasn't a standard beauty and that her suitor wanted her to be comfortable in her own skin. I'm actually feeling the need to reread this to the library!
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Karen Darling Mar 22, 2019 - 22:10 PM
Could not finish. Just did not like.
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Marilyn Fontane Mar 22, 2019 - 22:10 PM
Frederica in Fashion is the last in The Six Sisters series. Frederica is the skinny, shy, bookish sister who doesn't think she will be able to attract a mate like her five older sisters. However, she feels she can't return home--from the horrible finishing school her father has sent her to--because her father is planning on marrying a servant that he has compromised. Frederica never like the servant, let alone let her take over as her "mother." (Mrs. Armitage died in the last novel from an overd [...]
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QNPoohBear Mar 22, 2019 - 22:10 PM
Little Frederica is 17 now and is the most plain and bookish of her sisters. She is about to finish her time at a young ladies' seminary and refuses to return home where her father wishes to take the maid as his new wife! Frederica is determined to conquer her shyness and control her own life. She decides to take a position as a maid at the wealthy Duke's of Pembury's estate. When she stops for refreshments at an inn, she makes the aquaintance of the Duke and surprises him by being impertinent a [...]
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Mo Mar 22, 2019 - 22:10 PM
I remember reading a slew of Marion Chesney novels when my children were very young. They were just the right kind of light, mindless entertainment that I needed at the time. I had to read things that were very put-downable books that would not consume me. My free time to read was very limited.Basically, all of the books in any given Marion Chesney series were the same book. She had a formula, and stuck to it. She changed names, places and circumstances, but the basic plots remained identical. T [...]
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Holly Mar 22, 2019 - 22:10 PM
A satisfying conclusion to the series. I must have liked it since I read it in one sitting. at heThere wasn't really too much to this story. Frederica, the plain Armitage sister, is the only one who hasn't yet married. Unhappy at her school and not wanting to return to her father (who has taken up with a mistress), Frederica runs away from home to become servant in the Duke of Pembrey's household. In this book, though, no problem lasts too long, as Frederica is soon discovered and shipped off to [...]
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Paula Mar 22, 2019 - 22:10 PM
It makes me sad to realize that there are no more books to read in this very fun series. I truly enjoyed every one of the books, all the colorful characters and wild situations. This book was quite a bit shorter than the rest in the series, and since a lot of the other characters were involved in their own "situations" in this book, I felt Freddie got shortchanged on character development, as did her beau. As a result, by the end of this story, I felt that their story and romance got wrapped up [...]
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Gina Mar 22, 2019 - 22:10 PM
The last of “The Six Sisters” series, which I have managed to complete in under a month, due to the excellent and wonderful writing style of M.C.Beaton. So, how could this final installment live up to the previous five? In this story, Frederica explores how life is as a servant; although only a temporary role, she realises that life as a servant is not easy and their treatment by those they serve is not always pleasant. This empathy eventually leads to a climatic ending as her feelings for M [...]
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Michelle Mar 22, 2019 - 22:10 PM
This is the sixth and final book in the Six Sisters series. Frederica is the youngest of the sisters and has been shipped off to a finishing school where she has no friends and is miserable. However, she does not want to go home as her father is planning on marrying the maid. So she hatches a plan to disguise herself as a chambermaid so she can work for a living. Frederica is discovered, but she piques the interest of the Duke. All of the old favorites are back, and after several situations invo [...]
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Tasneem Mar 22, 2019 - 22:10 PM
And so the sisters are wed, little Freddie catching herself a Duke. I really enjoyed seeing the girls find love. Frederica is convinced that she's not in looks and therefore runs away from school to be a Chambermaid. Guy Wentwater makes another appearance, this time teaming up with Lady James in a bit to ruin Freddie. I was delighted to see how the vicar's secret engagement to Sarah Miller came to and end but was pleased that the poor Curate then won himself not only a hot wife, but a house and [...]
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Janis Hill Mar 22, 2019 - 22:10 PM
A happy ending to a good series. This is the 6th and final book in the '6 sisters' series. It has its runaways, its mistaken identities, love, romance, kidnapping - could you ask for more?I really do enjoy whiling away what free time I have with a good book and I can assure you M.C Beaton never lets me down. Another great read, a good conclusion to the series and all in all a warm and fuzzy moment.
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Ann Boytim Mar 22, 2019 - 22:10 PM
Frederica is the last of her six sisters to get married off but she is sent to a boarding school and figures a way to escape before she has to have her London season. Frederica's crazy father lives in a small village and gets himself involved with his maid who puts rumors around that they will be married and Frederica does not want to return home so she runs away and pretends to be a servant in the Duke of Pembury's household but gets caught.Eventually Frederica does find her husband.
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Leslie Mar 22, 2019 - 22:10 PM
The last of the Six Sisters series was really indicative of the time period when a 17 year old school girl and a 30 year old man make a love match. Throughout this series the reader sees a time period when women were rarely educated and, if a part of the ton, were just delightful ornaments that bore heirs and acted as hostess. The best part of the entire series was Lady Godolphin; the author must have had a blast giving this character so many malapropisms.
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Alison Mar 22, 2019 - 22:10 PM
Frederica was probably the nicest and most deserving of the sisters, but her story is particularly rushed.Couple that with the Sarah story and the Reverend Armitage not getting his comeuppance at all, this last volume fell rather flat. Not to mention the same old villain from book one was back again, yawn.I did like the refreshed covers for this series, but would advise getting them as cheaply as possible - as the writing, though accomplished is nothing to get excited about.
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Kirsti Mar 22, 2019 - 22:10 PM
This was my favorite book of the whole series, just because I loved Frederica and her dastardly lover. Seriously the best romance of the whole set. The story was the best too, with the most difference in circumstances. I want to say more, but I'm using my mum's limited Internet. Five stars for my favorite!
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Frederica in Fashion By Marion Chesney M.C. Beaton How can plain Frederica withstand a Season s scrutiny after the five beauties before her have married so magnificently Yet she had not counted on the Duke of Pembury whether dressed in her finery or disguised as a chambermaid, that magnificent gentleman wanted her just the same

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