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What the community says about Cotillion
- "Georgette Heyer has done it again. If you're looking for a romance novel to curl up with on a rainy day this is the book you're looking for. Set in the Regency era, the author will take you back as if you're living right along with the characters. This is a great book for anyone who loves a good timeless romance and you can't go wrong with Georgette Heyer's Cotillion. "
- "Cotillion is a story by Georgette Heyer and is available from Amazon for $2.99 for a paperback. It is a romance novel set during the Regency era. It is part of a series by Heyer. The story has great reviews on Amazon with almost no negative reviews. This type of story isn't my thing but if you like the genre then give it a try. Many people are very fond of it. "
- "I'll be honest--I hate these romantic novels but they sure are popular. This particular one, called Cotillion seems to have a plotline stolen straight out of Downton Abbey. Reviewers appear to love this story as well as the ratings are very high among a large selection of reviewers. I'd have to give this a very good rating as a match. "
- "A cotillion is a Regency-era dance when four partners face each other in a square, swap partners and dance. Heyer chose a perfect metaphor for her book, in which Kitty is trapped between 4 different potential suitors. One of the all-time classic Regency novels. I read it twice, once as a young woman in 1995 and once as... well, as a much older woman in 2015, and I think I enjoyed it even more the second time around."