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The Golden Season

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  • Posted December 29, 2009

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    A terrific Regency romance

    In 1816 Lady Lydia Eastlake learns she is broke, but wants a final Golden Season before she is forced to marry an affluent lord. She assumes finding a wealthy match will prove easy as she is beautiful and has the proper pedigree though her age at a shelf life of twenty-four and never been under the control of any male or for that matter even a female but being an orphan might go against her.

    War hero Captain Ned Lockton returns to England in search of a wife with money as his family estate is teetering on bankruptcy. When Lydia and Ned meet, they are attracted to one another while also believing the other is rich. Each learns the dire straits of their beloved's finances and sadly concludes they must pragmatically look elsewhere as love does not pay the bills.

    This terrific Regency romance stars two strong lead characters (especially the pursuing female) who are both in financial trouble due to an economic recession and in her case too much spending. Ironically, his fighting against Napoleon left him and his family vulnerable to the economy's slump. Lydia and Ned make the tale as they want one another, but look to the odious Smyth types for marriage as neither can afford to wed for love.

    Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 17, 2013

    :D

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 19, 2013

    Necropaw's Bio

    Name//Necropaw. <p>Age//7 1/2 moons<p>Gender//Tom<p>Looks// Thick, jet black fur, save that which is on his paws and muzzle, which is white. Dark green eyes.<p>Personality//He considers himself rather average. Kind, can be a little negative of himself, polite, caring Tries always to be sincere. <p> Rank//apprentice. Duh. <p> Mentor// Creamwhisp.<p>Crush// not telling...<p> Mate// O_O get away, you pe<_>do! I'm only an apprentice!<p>Kits//Yes, I have 89 of them, all with rainbow pelts and purple teeth. For those of you who are a little...denser than the rest, the above sentence was sarcastic.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 19, 2013

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 8, 2013

    Moon

    Has wings

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    Posted October 24, 2010

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