Faro's Daughter

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Faro's Daughter
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First edition
Author Georgette Heyer
Country United Kingdom
Language English
Genre Georgian, Romance
Publisher William Heinemann
Publication date
1941
Media type Print (Hardback & Paperback)
Pages 272 pages
ISBN n/a
OCLC 56440965

Faro's Daughter is a Georgian romance novel by Georgette Heyer which was first published in 1941. The story is set in 1795.[1]

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The beautiful but poor Deborah Grantham presides over her aunt's gaming house in Regency London. Here she meets Max Ravenscar who is determined to prevent his young cousin and ward from contracting an inappropriate marriage to Grantham. Incensed by the idea that she would exploit an innocent, Deborah decides to take her revenge on Ravenscar which eventually leads to the pair falling in love.

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