Frost Fair

Frost Fair

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by Erastes
     
 

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"The research behind 'Frost Fair' is impressive indeed...and the depiction of the winter carnival taking place on the frozen Thames is a delight."
- Mel Keegan

In 1814, the River Thames froze solid in one of the coldest winters on record; tradesmen and society all flocked to the Frost Fair - the last ever to be held on the ice. Against this chilly backdrop, the

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"The research behind 'Frost Fair' is impressive indeed...and the depiction of the winter carnival taking place on the frozen Thames is a delight."
- Mel Keegan

In 1814, the River Thames froze solid in one of the coldest winters on record; tradesmen and society all flocked to the Frost Fair - the last ever to be held on the ice. Against this chilly backdrop, the printer, engraver and fiercely independent Gideon Frost struggles; not only to keep his business afloat, selling his body to men when he must, but also to hide his growing attraction to a wealthy customer: the gentleman Joshua Redfern. Redfern is a man out of Gideon's class and very much out of his reach.

When disaster strikes, Gideon is forced to make a decision which will affect his future: will he choose love, or independence? Frost Fair evokes a bitterly cold London winter as Gideon tries to find the heat of love in his heart and his life.

Written by Erastes, author of the widely acclaimed "Standish" and "Trangressions", the latter the first in a new line of m/m historical romances published by Running Press.

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ISBN-13:
9781602021563
Publisher:
Linden Bay Romance, Llp
Publication date:
11/28/2008
Pages:
196
Product dimensions:
0.42(w) x 5.00(h) x 8.00(d)

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