Georgette Heyer was eminently quotable. From the romantic, to the poignant, to the downright hilarious; her more than fifty novels are a treasure trove of literary gems. To help celebrate the 80th Anniversary of the first ever Regency romance novel, I will be posting a new Heyer quote everyday. My first quote comes from Venetia, of course. You can find it in the sidebar. Do you have a favorite Georgette Heyer quote to share? A scrap of dialogue that never fails to make you laugh? A poignant speech that always bring tears to your eyes? Share it below in the comments section! And if you think that one novel is more quotable than all the rest, vote for it in the poll!
The Poll is Now Closed.
Friday’s Child and Cotillion tied for Most Quotable Heyer Novel.
The Corinthian and Frederica tied for second.
And poor Arabella got no votes at all.
Thank you for voting!