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Dear friends, readers, and fellow Georgette Heyer lovers, I am really, really surprised at the low popularity of The Foundling amongst the Heyerites. In fact, I barely recall anyone even recommending it! I want only to be worthy of you. Indeed, I do not know how you can look twice in my direction when you have known my handsome cousin! It was wonderful, fun, different, and just so entertaining.

I remember enjoying Sprig Muslin a lot for the fun screwball comedy it was, but The Foundling is something more. The hero, at all events, is definitely one-of-a-kind. And here in The Foundling, I just happened to find my new literary husband. I know right. The name is definitely an obstacle at first, but he thankfully goes by Gilly, or, as he likes to call himself, "Mr. Dash of Nowhere in Particular". But I promise you, once you can get over the fact that his first name is Adolphus no easy task thanks to his cousin Gideon who keeps on insisting in calling him that , you will find yourself growing immensely fond of sweet little Gilly Dash of Nowhere in Particular.

Shy, quiet and docile, the young Duke has been forever coddled and pampered on account of his being an orphan, and of his sickly constitution. But his depths and merits are quickly uncovered as we come to know the gentle, dignified soul that lays beneath his unimpressive exterior, and the more we see of him, the more we love him.

Or, I do, at least ; There was something particularly endearing to me about the plot of a sweet young man setting out to discover whether he was really a man, or only a Duke. The occasion to exert himself and do something dashing comes along when his young cousin Matthew confides that he is about to be sued for breach of promise. Gilly rises to the occasion, declaring that he will find the Mr. Liversedge who is menacing Matthew, make everything right, be done with it, and come safely back to Sale House before his uncle, valet, porter, major-domo, butler, and footmen have had the time to suspect anything.

Of course, this is a Georgette Heyer novel, so naturally nothing goes according to plan. This story is filled with laughs, witty repartee, entertaining characters, and lots of sweet little moments.

I completely loved it, and would have given it a full five had it not been for the few scenes here and there that were a tad too slow, and that often focused on characters I did not overly care about. Were I to re-read this book which I definitely will at some point! Nevertheless the last scene is completely hilarious, and perfectly signature-Heyer-brilliance! Such a wonderful and heart-warming tale! He just wants to be a nobody from "Nowhere in Particular". He lives with his uncle, Lord Lionel.

Lord Lionel and his team of servants baby the Duke and treat him like a child, when in reality he is almost twenty-five years old. The Duke does not want to be forced into marriage or be told what to do. He sets out on a wild adventure to find out who he really is. The Duke is encouraged by his cousin Gideon to set out on the adventure and to avoid his posse of servants. A bit later, he is driving a gig to find a low thieves den called the Bird in Hand, when he sees a teenage boy who is hurt, stumbling down the road.

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Dear friends, readers, and fellow Georgette Heyer lovers, I am really, really surprised at the low popularity of The Foundling amongst the Heyerites. In fact, I barely recall anyone even recommending it! I want only to be worthy of you. Indeed, I do not know how you can look twice in my direction when you have known my handsome cousin! It was wonderful, fun, different, and just so entertaining.

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