White Orchid

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Stuart Delaney, a notorious Civil War adventurer, has traveled across land and sea to rescue a lovely young Englishwoman, Anjelica Blake, and bring her home to an arranged marriage. Stuart has been paid well for his trouble, but the real trouble begins the moment he lays eyes on this woman who is promised to another. The conclusion of the White Flower trilogy.

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Overview

Stuart Delaney, a notorious Civil War adventurer, has traveled across land and sea to rescue a lovely young Englishwoman, Anjelica Blake, and bring her home to an arranged marriage. Stuart has been paid well for his trouble, but the real trouble begins the moment he lays eyes on this woman who is promised to another. The conclusion of the White Flower trilogy.

Stuart Delaney, a notorious Civil War adventurer, has traveled across land and sea to rescue a lovely young Englishwoman, Anjelica Blake, and bring her home to an arranged marriage. Stuart has been paid well for his trouble, but the real trouble begins the moment he lays eyes on this woman who is promised to another. The conclusion of the White Flower trilogy. Original.

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Publishers Weekly - Publisher's Weekly
Silly plot devices abound in Ladd's (White Rose) latest romance, the third in her White Flower trilogy. The central silliness is the marriage by proxy of two British children, Anjelica Blake and Nicholas Sedgwick, 10 years before the action of the novel, which opens in England in 1866. Anjelica is 20 when the story begins and has been living in India for the entire 10 years of her ``marriage.'' During that time, her mother died and she and her father dropped out of sight. The Sedgwicks hire Stuart Delaney, an ex-Confederate agent with a Yankee price on his head, to go to India, find Anjelica and bring her back to England. He does find her-in the court of a 10-year-old maharajah who has declared her a man so that she may act as his adviser. After considerable effort, Anjelica and Stuart convince the boy to allow her to leave his court and return to England. By this time, Anjelica and Stuart are in love, but they are kept apart for the next 18 chapters by Anjelica's marital status. There is almost no sense of history or place to enrich the thin, contrived plot, and Ladd's depiction of the culture of India is stunningly superficial. White Orchid will disappoint all but Ladd's most devoted fans. (May)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780451405555
  • Publisher: Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated
  • Publication date: 5/1/1995
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Pages: 384
  • Product dimensions: 7.00 (w) x 5.00 (h) x 1.00 (d)

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