The Diamond Key

The Diamond Key

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by Barbara Metzger
     
 

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Wynn, Viscount Ingall, saved a young woman from a fire. Lady Victoria Keyes, in despair of her life, promised herself to marry any man who rescued her, whoever he might be. But Wynn was a social outcast and refused her hand. And the diamond key Torrie's father gave her at her come-out ball was a promise to give her heart and hand only to her true love . . . Regency

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Wynn, Viscount Ingall, saved a young woman from a fire. Lady Victoria Keyes, in despair of her life, promised herself to marry any man who rescued her, whoever he might be. But Wynn was a social outcast and refused her hand. And the diamond key Torrie's father gave her at her come-out ball was a promise to give her heart and hand only to her true love . . . Regency Romance by Barbara Metzger; originally published by Signet

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Romantic Times
One of the genre's wittiest pens. Barbara Metzger deliciously mixes love and laughter.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781610847032
Publisher:
Belgrave House
Publication date:
04/01/2003
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
236,847
File size:
283 KB

Meet the Author

Barbara Metzger is the author of more than two dozen Regency romances, and the proud recipient of a Romantic Times Career Achievement Award for Regencies. When not writing Regencies or reading them, she paints, gardens, volunteers at the local library, and goes beachcombing on the beautiful Long Island shore with her little dog, Hero. She loves to hear from her readers, care of Signet or through her Web site.

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The Diamond Key 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Lady Victoria 'Torrie' Ann Keyes had turned down many suitors. But when she found herself surrounded by fire at Madame Michaela's dressmaking shop, she vowed to marry the man who rescued her, if she lived. ........... The man who saved her was Wynn Ingram, Viscount Ingall. He had been exiled six years ago for dueling with Lord Lynbrook. He was NOT accepted by polite society and could care less by the fact. He was only in England to deal with three problems, all concerning letters sent to him by women. When Torrie offered marriage, he politely refused. He did, however, consider the government post her father offered him. Regardless of what Wynn said, he was very attracted to Torrie. .......... One of her rejected suitors, Lord Boyce, was out to compromise her. Lord Boyce and Wynn knew each other from younger days. Neither cared for the other. But Lord Boyce needed Torrie's money desperately and would go to any lengths to get it. ........... ***** Very well done! This story began in the middle of a dangerous situation and captured my interest immediately. The author added little sub-plots, such as the three women Wynn was dealing with, to keep events lively as well. ........... This is the PERFECT book for a dull or rainy afternoon to help the time FLY by. Very good reading within these pages!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Super great