Lady Emeline's Remedy

Lady Emeline's Remedy

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by Cynthia Moore
     
 

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Tired of London's endless rounds of balls and parties, Lady Emeline Spenser vows to find a meaningful purpose in her life. She fulfills this desire by studying massage techniques in order to provide relief to people who suffer from joint pain.

Since the freak accident that broke his foot, Damon Ashby, Earl of Manderly, has been living like a recluse at his home in

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Tired of London's endless rounds of balls and parties, Lady Emeline Spenser vows to find a meaningful purpose in her life. She fulfills this desire by studying massage techniques in order to provide relief to people who suffer from joint pain.

Since the freak accident that broke his foot, Damon Ashby, Earl of Manderly, has been living like a recluse at his home in the country. The knowledge that he could be forced to walk with a cane for the rest of his life, and the constant pain, force him to seek a possible cure in London.

Thwarted in his search for relief, Damon turns to Emeline in desperation. Can Damon and Emeline accept the differences in each other or are they meant to part as friends never knowing what could have been?

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781419957178
Publisher:
Ellora's Cave Publishing
Publication date:
03/30/2008
Pages:
176
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.41(d)

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Lady Emeline's Remedy 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A Great Read. It kept my interest all the way through.
Lulu_Burroughs More than 1 year ago
This is a sweet Regency set romance with an interesting plot considering the time period. No nonsense Lady Emmeline agrees to treat the Earl or Manderly's recently broken foot with theraputic massage and nettle soaks, even though society may shun her for her interest in medicine. The Corinthian earl, fearful his friends will discover his injury and he'll lose a bet, reluctantly agrees to allow Emmeline to treat him because her mentor, and the man he originally sought to treat him, is traveling on the continent. The earl is cantankerous one moment and flirting with Emmeline the next, while she has pretty much accepted that continuing her deceased father's medical research will brand her a bluestocking spinster. The pre-conceived notions these characters have about themselves and each other leaves neither of them prepared for the subtle but growing attraction they soon feel for one another.