meilufay’s #CBR4 review #95 The Convenient Marriage by Georgette Heyer
If I were to write a top five list of my all-time favorite Georgette Heyer novels, this one would definitely qualify. Set in the 18th century, this romantic comedy has one of Georgette Heyer’s most captivating heroines – the stammering, diminutive Horry. The Convenient Marriage is one of the first Heyer novels to be enlivened a pack of dimwitted and silly young society men (think Wooster in PG Wodehouse’s books) whose antics add a dimension of hilarity to the storyline. This bright, light, witty romantic comedy is an absolute delight to read.