Lord Will and Her Grace

Lord Will and Her Grace

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by Sophia Nash
     
 

Fleeing from imminent marriage, Lord Will finds refuge by the sea. Assuming the guise of a dandy, William is as far away from London scandal as he can get-or so he thinks. Then he crosses paths with a pretty outcast who might just be the solution to his problems.

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Fleeing from imminent marriage, Lord Will finds refuge by the sea. Assuming the guise of a dandy, William is as far away from London scandal as he can get-or so he thinks. Then he crosses paths with a pretty outcast who might just be the solution to his problems.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780451214737
Publisher:
Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date:
04/28/2005
Series:
Signet Regency Romance Series
Pages:
224
Product dimensions:
4.30(w) x 6.72(h) x 0.62(d)

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Lord Will and Her Grace 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Miss Sophie Somerset is twenty-nine years old. Her deceased uncle has made her heir to a title and fortune, but only if she weds a proper aristocrat by her thirtieth birthday. Since she grew up as a vicar's daughter, the title and wealth would be nice; however, if she can't find true love in time Sophie would not really miss it. Fortune hunters have been after her, but she has no interest in them. Her behavior at the Season's balls has placed her in the gossip columns almost daily. Having enough, Sophia retires to Burnham-by-the-Sea, a small seaside village. ............................... Lord William 'Will' Barclay is the younger son of a marquis. After seducing so many females he should have been an expert at avoiding the marriage hungry ladies. Yet having slipped up and been caught, Lord Will flees London. In Burnham-by-the-Sea, he learns about Sophie. Perhaps he will not be bored after all. .................................................................... ...................... **** In this regency romance, the heroine is a bit hard to believe. She does not seem to care for anything practical, such as money, and seldom considers how her actions in the present may affect her future. The hero is VERY easy to believe. The author did a terrific job of proving to the reader that he is a playboy and that he enjoys the title. If you are looking for a romance to enjoy while sitting outside on a sunny day, this is it! ****