A Singular Ladyby Megan Frampton
Recently impoverished orphan Titania Stanhope must marry money if she plans to survive. The Earl of Oakley has money, but, in an attempt to keep gold-digging girls at bay, keeps it a secret. Then he meets Titania, whose sharp wit and keen mind are rivaled only by her lovely face.
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This was a silly, unbelievable story. The characters were predictable and the plot ridiculous.
don't usually read traditional Regencies, but I picked this one up because of the heroine's unusual name. Unfortunately it sat in my TBR pile until recently when I was looking for a light fun read. I'm glad that I did. Megan Frampton's debut is a sparkling, lovely, breezy read. Her heroine Titania Stanhope has wit, charm, and is more than a match for the hero, Edwin. Ms. Frampton takes characters that could be stereotypes and turns them on their heads. I look forward to reading more from this author.