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Thurley Ruxton

Philip Verrill Mighels (1869-1911)

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1. 01 – A Sunset
2. 02 – A Departed Glory
3. 03 – A College Widow
4. 04 – A Fateful Encounter
5. 05 – Temptation and a Crest
6. 06 – The Gods of Chance
7. 07 – A Cinderella Proposition
8. 08 – Wanted, A Discovery
9. 09 – Revelations in a Runaway
10. 10 – A Royal Role
11. 11 – Confirming a Rumor
12. 12 – Horses and Humans
13. 13 – Elements of Complications
14. 14 – A Triumph and A Jar
15. 15 – The Flaw In The Gem
16. 16 – Boots To Tremble In
17. 17 – Lost Ground to be Regained
18. 18 – Delayed Decisions
19. 19 – Threats and Carriages
20. 20 – An Imperial Visitor
21. 21 – Wenck For Hertzagotha
22. 22 – Lady Bountiful
23. 23 – The Soup Thickens More
24. 24 – A Singular Alliance
25. 25 – A Duke Impending
26. 26 – A Royal Suitor
27. 27 – What Walls May Seperate
28. 28 – The Car of Fates
29. 29 – Baron Hochous
30. 30 – A Plenapetentary Begs
31. 31 – The Cauldron Bubbles
32. 32 – A Bated Trap
33. 33 – A Still Alarm
34. 34 – A Shattered Hope
35. 35 – The Ice Blue Eyes
36. 36 – A Offer Of Help
37. 37 – The Baron and a Knight
38. 38 – The One Weak Link
39. 39 – A Desperate Flight
40. 40 – A Night of Toil
41. 41 – The Gold of Morning
42. 42 – The Race
43. 43 – A Joy Resisted
44. 44 – Unexpected Aid
45. 45 – A Drove of Lions
46. 46 – Answering the Count
47. 47 – A Thoroughbred
48. 48 – A Climax
49. 49 – A Trysting Place
50. 50 – Princess Thurley

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Summary

This is a rags to riches romance about an exceedingly beautiful, poor, young girl (Thurley Ruxton) who is mentored by one of New York’s elite hostesses. In order to draw them into her social circle, she allows all the famous and moneyed populous of Gothem to believe that Thurley is the princess Thurvinia hiding in New York to escape an arranged marriage. This causes all manner of high drama and romance with a suitable ending.

Reviews

MG - January, 2018

- Thurley Ruxton

I found this book to be interesting and full of suspense. And I think the reader, Paul Hansen, only added to my pleasure. The only part that sounded boring was the introduction of each chapter, but once he started reading the chapter he was very good at matching the intonation of his voice to each character.

dg

- TR

Agree, boring reader, but he CAN read which is than some I have heard which are boring and can't read, either. The book was rather "amazing" most of the time and quite predictable, but interesting enough to keep listening.

Boring reader.