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The Theory of the Leisure Class (Modern Library Classics)
Thorstein Veblen, Alan Wolfe
Two Corinthians: A Walker Regency Duet, Book II - Carola Dunn Plain Claire Sutton never expected to marry (and now that she's in her twenties, she almost certainly won't), but she intends to give her younger, prettier sister Lizzie every opportunity to. She arranges to give her a Season in London. While there, the girls are pursued by Bertram (from Miss Hartwell's Dilemma and George, both eligible bachelors with considerable fortunes and charm. But each man is courting the wrong sister--when will they all realize who they truly love?

By the end of this story, I was pretty tired of the misunderstandings and repression that comprise much of the plot. Nevertheless, it was a sweet little regency romance. Even better (and unlike many romances, particularly ones written by Heyer), there was no weird sexist, racist, etc. undertone.