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Regency Romance (Preview)
     

Regency Romance (Preview)

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by Bridget Barton
 

Set in 17th century England, this is a tale of jealousy, ambition and forbidden love. The Duke of Northumberland, is a lonely and morose man. He tries to engross himself in the management of his coal mines, where he is famed amongst his employees for his sense of justice and fairness. However the death of one of his most faithful workers in an accident, perturbs

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Set in 17th century England, this is a tale of jealousy, ambition and forbidden love. The Duke of Northumberland, is a lonely and morose man. He tries to engross himself in the management of his coal mines, where he is famed amongst his employees for his sense of justice and fairness. However the death of one of his most faithful workers in an accident, perturbs him. Moreover Abigail, the daughter of that employee, one of the housemaids in the castle he has inherited, will not let him forget his involvement in that accident.

A long time business rival and his estranged cousin the Earl of Aldrich, is also looking for a way to extract revenge from the Duke for previous wrongs. In a reversal of fortunes, the Duke finds himself forced to abandon his Castle while Abigail discovers she is not really the daughter of a coal miner. Abigail, caught in the midst of the rivalry between two powerful men, discovers that nothing is as it seems. Not even her own past.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940154228418
Publisher:
Bridget Barton
Publication date:
12/30/2016
Series:
Regency Hearts , #1
Sold by:
Draft2Digital
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
5,902
File size:
865 KB

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Regency Romance (Regency Hearts, #1) 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous 6 days ago
Sample of the book but marketed as if it's the entire book. Disappointed. Love used is somewhat appropriate but stilted and main folks as shown are characterisations of mediaval times.
Anonymous 14 days ago
sweet romance