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The Vicar's Daughter
     

The Vicar's Daughter

by Bill Sanderson
 

Phoebe Simmons wanted some time alone to finish a scholarly article. John Huxley, Viscount Briarly wanted some peace and quiet after six years of war. Annoyed, he searched the library intending to vent his annoyance on the intruder. But it was Phoebe who scolded him.

Taken aback by her fascinating eyes and her unconcern for his consequence, he fails to

Overview

Phoebe Simmons wanted some time alone to finish a scholarly article. John Huxley, Viscount Briarly wanted some peace and quiet after six years of war. Annoyed, he searched the library intending to vent his annoyance on the intruder. But it was Phoebe who scolded him.

Taken aback by her fascinating eyes and her unconcern for his consequence, he fails to respond to her scolding.

Events conspire to prevent them from being introduced until several years and encounters later. By the time they are finally able to meet formally their mutual attraction has taken on a life of its own.

Matchmaking mamas, rakes and gossips will do everything in their power to keep them apart. But will Society ever allow them the time to have a meaningful conversation? Can he be certain that she is not a fortune hunter? Can she be certain that his intentions are honourable? Can they find that happy ending?

Product Details

BN ID:
2940044675155
Publisher:
Bill Sanderson
Publication date:
06/10/2012
Series:
Huxleys of Greenwich Court
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
455,873
File size:
382 KB

Meet the Author

I am an accountant and a husband and father of four boys.

I grew up in a small town in northern Canada where there were a large number of characters and a constantly changing population. Being able to observe and assess people was an essential skill for small town life.

My mother taught me to read when I was four so she could get the housework done. My father loved to tell stories and taught me how. My wife and sons have taught me the value of love.

While I grew up on a steady diet of science fiction and action adventure, it was my knowledge of small town characters and love of happy endings that steered me in the direction of writing romance.

My wife is still waiting for my first science fiction book and my teens are waiting for a sword and sorcery book. It may be a while.

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