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HABO-Bration: Feathers Are Useful

Susana is looking for a Regency, and this one is based on her recollection of a specific scene. Anyone recall this book?

I have been trying to remember the name of a book that I read years ago for
a long time. My problem is that I read so many at the time that I get some
of the plot points intertwined with other books.

Anyway, what I know for sure is this particular book is that it’s a regency
era historical. The hero and heroine end up married in the first half of the
book and there is some sort of villain after them. The main scene I remember
is that the hero and heroine are not leaving the bedchamber (possibly right
after their marriage) when dinner is brought to them. There are two desserts
with dinner, each of their favorites. The are teasing each other, and I
think he is enjoying watching her eat her dessert. Then for some reason she
starts to teasingly eat his dessert as well, which is some sort of pudding.
She ends up poisoned and the hero’s Aunt/Mother(??) comes to help. She ends
up sticking some sort of feather down the heroines throat to get her to
throw up.

That’s it. Not a lot to go on, I know. Any help is much appreciated.

Feathers, you know, they are wonderful things. *twitch*


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  1. 1
    JenniG says:

    Is it Julia Quinn’s Brighter Than The Sun?

  2. 2
    Joseri says:

    I finally know a HABO and someone beats me to it!

  3. 3
    Alexys Rains says:

    me too, Joseri! lol

  4. 4
    17catherines says:

    Drat!  I actually knew this one and I was too slow!

  5. 5
    DreadPirateRachel says:

    I got all excited when I saw the title of this post, and then I read the actual post, and it’s not at all exciting. Quite the reverse, in fact. I can think of much more fun things to do with feathers.

  6. 6
    Roz says:

    Darn it, also the first one I knew and I’m too slow.
    Definitely Brighter than the Sun from Julia Quinn, just finished rereading it…

  7. 7
    Karmyn says:

    I knew this one sounded familar, but coudn’t remember the title. I just knew it wasn’t a Bridgerton book.

  8. 8
    SB Sarah says:

    For real, “Gag me with a feather” is totally my new favorite phrase. Nice job JenniG!

  9. 9
    Nicole says:

    Oh I knew this one too. One of my all-time fave books.

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