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Author: Marion Chesney
ISBN13: 978-0816150137
Title: Finessing Clarissa (Thorndike Press Large Print Paperback Series)
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Publisher: G K Hall & Co; Large Print edition (August 1, 1991)
Pages: 243

Finessing Clarissa (Thorndike Press Large Print Paperback Series) by Marion Chesney

Finessing Clarissa by, August 1991, MacMillan Publishing Company. Finessing Clarissa (Thorndike Press Large Print Paperback Series) Close. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove Finessing Clarissa (Thorndike Press Large Print Paperback Series) from your list? Finessing Clarissa (Thorndike Press Large Print Paperback Series). Published August 1991 by MacMillan Publishing Company.

Can't believe I'm admitting I read this crap, but hey, anything to meet my book goal for this year. School of Manners I really liked this heroine - the tall, clumsy Clarissa. And Effy and Amy Tribble continue to amuse me. The story itself is standard. Finessing Clarissa Nightingale series School for Manners (Том 4), Marion Chesney THORNDIKE PRESS LARGE PRINT PAPERBACK SERIES.

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Finessing Clarissa was my first experience with Marion Chesney as a Regency Romance Author, and since then I have been hooked. The School of Manners Volume is a humourous tale of a young lady who has the unfortunate problem of being a clumsy miss, with no self confidence. Her parents a rather estranged pair, despair of her ever making a good match in the marriage mart. However, the two spinister's who run the School of Manners vow to make Clarissa stunning, self confident and endearing. Their aim, to secure her a handsome aristocrate's hand in marriage

Finessing Clarissa (1990). About book: In the fourth volume in the School for Manners series, we meet another of the young ladies deemed unsuitable for the marriage mart because of some awkward attribute. This time it is the remarkably clumsy Clarissa Vevian, whose Junoesque proportions and flame-colored hair make her a daunting prospect for marriage-minded dandies. Dispatched to London by her despairing family, she is taken in hand by the redoubtable Tribble sisters, Amy and Effie, who tutor, groom and pummel her into shape for an accident-ridden debut.

Topics General, Fiction - General, 19th century, England, Fiction, History, Large print books, Large type books, Young women, Large Print, Romance, Fiction-Large Print. Publisher Boston : . Collection inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china.

Troubleshooting chaperones Amy and Effy Tribble have their hands full with Clarissa Vevian, a lovely lummox who hopes to win the graceful Earl of Greystone
Reviews: 7
Clarissa is sent to the Tribble sisters to overcome her clumsiness. Laugh out loud funny along with a bit of mystery with missing government papers and a sweet romance with an Earl. The Tribble's are in top form, rescuing Clarissa from an evil-doer and fending off competition for their nabob love interests' attention.

I've read this book several times and added the whispersync audio. The narrator is excellent and I thoroughly enjoyed her reading of this book! Easily 5 stars as a book I will read and listen to again and again.

** Clean romance with a few passionate kisses.
I LOVE Beaton's writing, and the silliness, and also the little bits of history, and the historical slang she includes in her books. She is dessert for me, especially after a book slog, or a disturbing read. this one is fun, and all women from puberty to the grave can relate how it is to be a woman in a 'man's' world. She lifts up me up and is delightful! And Beaton never dissappoints !!!!
I've just discovered M. C. Beaton and I've dipped into several of the series. Overall, I love them. Quick reads, pleasant, happy stories and well-written prose. Her smooth style and sense of humor suit me perfectly. The "romance" is underplayed and never crude. This series features elderly sisters who are down on their luck. They provide the comic relief but their subplot is a somewhat overdone and could become tiresome, but I'm still in the mood to keep reading them!
Old stories written by dead authors, new stories written by authors still alive, can be just as good to read today as they were when written. Reading about Regency England is my favorite time period to enjoy. I picked this story because the author's style of storytelling matches my reading interest level. An easy story for an easy read.
Yum. What a delicious book. With a heroine to cheer for, a hero to swoon over, and the dynamic Tribbles duo to laugh with, you can't go wrong. A perfect novel from start to finish. I love Amy Tribbles so much, she is so sly. Poor Crispin never saw it coming. An excellent regency romance. Very very highlyrecommended for all Regency Romance lovers.
This is one of my favorite Marion Chesney/MC Beaton books. The characters are sweet and funny and the Tribble sisters are hysterical.
If you like quirky characters, a quick read and the details of the "Season" you can't go wrong. Sweet romance.
M.C. Beaton knows how to write an interesting story about old England. This is one of them. Do enjoy stunner.