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    [A Virgin in Mayfair read online] ebook By Barbara Cartland Maxine is a young and beautiful heiress that is experiencing the new and exciting life as a debutante into English Society The Year is 1923 and at a crossroad for English society Nestled between the World Wars t

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    [A Virgin in Mayfair read online] ebook By Barbara Cartland Al igual ue lo otros libros de Barbara Cartland ue he leído al ser del mismo formato son peueños y la historia tiende i

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A Virgin in MayfairSe supone ue vivi no vi un crecimiento en el personaje me gusto el final la pareja esta bien pero creo ue el personaje de Maxine le falto aprender lo veo igual ue al principio de la historiaOtra de las cosas ue no me gusto es ue en algunas partes de la historia como por ejemplo de unas fiestas muy extra as te las mencionapero no te esclarece de ue se tratan o si tienen mucho ue ver en la trama supongo ue es para hacer notar los bajos mundos o lo malo de la sociedad y ue los seres ueridos de Maxine no se diera cuenta de ue exist a pero se me hace ue falta esa informaci n es solo como decirte es ue es malo y tu preguntas porue y solo te responden ue es malo y punto no preguntes Y as se lo dicen a ella con otras palabras pero es esoLa historia no es mala me entretuvo bastante pero no esperen mucha trama en ella Maxine is a young and "beautiful heiress that is experiencing the new and exciting life as a "heiress that is experiencing the new and exciting life as a into English Society The Year is 1923 and at a crossroad for English society Nestled between the World Wars the fortunes influence and status of the ton almost evaporated completely leaving only heretical titles with no funds or lands to sustain them Being raised completely leaving only heretical titles with no funds or lands to sustain them Being raised educated on the continent in the care of nuns Maxine was still completely innocent na ve and dangerously gul. Uce her to everyone The gauche vulnerable debutante was to be turned into a fairy tale princessBut how could the innocent young beauty make her way in dazzling fashionable London With her untri.

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Lible This made her particularly vulnerable hard world of the English upper class Under the protection and guidance of her aunt took up residence in the fashionable Grosvenor Suare Let lose in a world that is strange and filled with the fashionable Grosvenor Suare Let lose in a world that is strange and filled with myriad of unscrupulous people is sure to end poorly Unbeknownst to Maxine Aunt Dorothy enters into a bargain with one of her many titled suitors for a marriage with her niece Upon uncovering the plot Maxine flees the fashionable part of London and takes refuge in the shabby neighborhood of Chelsea I realize that this book was written and published forty years ago in 1976 when the genre historical romance was vastly different than today but Maxine s bubble headed innocence could have seen me tearing out my hair if I still had any in pure frustration Granted that she was educated by nuns but not on an uninhabited island I didn t particularly like Maxine but I did feel pity for her Not for the plot to marry her off but for thorough ignorance of life I can t help but see a beautiful life wastedBarbara Cartland is an icon for historical romance writers but the craft has evolved far beyond what she wrote in her lifetime Nevertheless I hope that this book is an example of one of her lesser works and not the standard level of her stories. Ed heart how could she hope to hold her own among the glamorous women or the reckless attractive men And then Maxine found herself hopelessly in love with Harry the city's most notorious playbo. Al igual ue lo otros libros de Barbara Cartland "UE HE DO AL SER DEL MISMO FORMATO "he le do al ser del mismo formato peue os y la historia tiende un poco r pida desconozco si la autora maneja obras mas largas o sin solo historias cortasEsta historia trata sobre Maxine una chica ue ha pasado su ltimos a os en un colegio de monjas y ue ahora a regresado a Inglaterra para su presentaci n a Sociedad y la han dejado a cargo de su t a Dorothy la cual no esta muy convencida con tener ue presentarla y aparte ue a ojos de Maxine su t a la lleva a fiestas con personas ue se comportan de una forma extra a o eso piensa ella ya ue es muy inocenteEn si la historia es predecible desde ue lees la escena ue viene como sinopsis en la contraportada del libro Aunue he de admitir ue si me gusto un poco Harry aunue sea el cl sico soltero ue es buen partido porue Maxine en momentos me desespera no me cae mal pero si llega en momentos a desesperarme el motivo es ue no es inocente es mensa Por mucho ue pongan ue fue ue se cri en un colegio de monjas se me hace de mas ue no supiera ciertas cosas y aparte de ue a todos les encanta su inocenciaTubo muchas ocasiones en las ue le pudo suceder algo malo o mas grave de lo ue paso y no fue as pero por suerte y la verdad no aprendi mucho de ello Porue esperaba mas de su cambio con lo ue. A Debutante In LoveLovely young Maxine left the nuns' school eagerly awaiting the glamour and gaiety of coming out Her sophisticated and beautiful Aunt Dorothy would teach her everything introd. ,