The Spanish Posted in Blog Activities, Book Ratings, Celebrating Georgette Heyer, Georgette Heyer Book Reviews by Laurel Ann Nattress
The Spanish Posted in Blog Activities, Book Ratings, Celebrating Georgette Heyer, Georgette Heyer Book Reviews by Laurel Ann Nattress Your on line supply for home elevators Jane Austen & her legacy; historic fiction & period drama Immersion in to the environment, vernacular and general tradition of the Uk officer’s continental life is what you’ll find with Georgette Heyer’s The Spanish Bride. The name is misleading. Readers expecting a love that is dashing between an officer and an attractive Spanish girl should be slightly astonished. Every bit of that in her wonderful, off the cuff style, her real art lies with history in this novel while the Heyer does give romantics. Juana is a woman of just 14 whenever Napoleon’s defilation and occupation of Spain forces her family members aside. Circumstances found her just family that is remaining a sibling, pushing her in to the arms of Brigade-Major Harry Smith. Smith immediately dropped when it comes to spitfire that is young. The Bride that is spanish is love tale, but in addition a blow by blow account regarding the Uk engagement for the Napoleonic wars, particularly his career in Spain as well as the Duke of Wellington’s drive to make their troops back to France.