Filled with sparkling wit, frothy romance, and impeccable period details, every single one of Georgette Heyer’s Georgian and Regency novels has something to recommend it. There are runaway balloons, devoted rescue dogs, kidnappings, duels, brooding Yorkshire heroes, and “that Greek fellow.” How can a Heyer fan choose only one favorite? It would be unfair of anyone to ask us to do so. Nevertheless, it seems only fitting that for the final Georgette Heyer poll we address ourselves to the difficult task.
Below, I present to you the contenders for Georgette Heyer’s Most Beloved Novel. There are no limits on how many times you can vote and, as always, if you have a preference for another of Georgette Heyer’s novels (The Talisman Ring, perhaps, or The Corinthian), I encourage you to write in your choice below.
The Poll is Now Closed.
1st Place: Devil’s Cub with 31%.
2nd Place: Friday’s Child with 10%.
3rd Place: Venetia with 8%.
4th Place: These Old Shades with 7%.
5th Place: Arabella, Frederica, and The Convenient Marriage tied with 6%.
The Grand Sophy with 33 votes.
Cotillion with 29 votes.
Sylvester with 23 votes.
The Masqueraders and The Corinthian tied with 13 votes each.
Regency Buck with 10 votes.
The Talisman and Faro’s Daughter tied with 9 votes each.
The Reluctant Widow with 5 votes.
A Civil Contract with 4 votes.
The Unknown Ajax with 3 votes.
The Spanish Bride with 2 votes.
Black Sheep, Sprig Muslin, The Nonesuch, Bath Tangle,
and The Quiet Gentleman with 1 vote each.
Thank you for participating in the Georgette Heyer polls. Happy Reading!
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