An Inconvenient Ward

An Inconvenient Ward

by Audrey Harrison
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An Inconvenient Ward by Audrey Harrison

Lord Michael Dunham is bored of Society, bored of fickle women, but above all that, he is afraid. His father suffered from madness and Michael is terrified that he will inherit the same affliction. He scrutinises his every mood swing, his every expression, to see if he can detect any signs that he is developing the symptoms. It blights his life. He has determined that he will never marry, putting a wife through the same that his mother suffered and he certainly will never have children. The disease will die with him.

Miss Elizabeth Rufford is a young lady who is more comfortable managing an estate as far away from Society as she can possibly be. She would rather being planting crops, than dancing a Quadrille, rather be building walls, than playing cards. She did not seek a London season when she came out of the schoolroom and would be happy never to visit the capital.

A line in a will force the two together. Lord Dunham is Elizabeth's guardian whether she likes it or not, and she really does not like it! Bounding into his life in the most outrageous way possible, Elizabeth makes an impact she never intended to. Michael is drawn to the feisty woman and suddenly finds that it is hard to fight one's demons when Elizabeth Rufford is a part of your life.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781503007635
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 08/12/2015
Pages: 220
Sales rank: 967,280
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.46(d)

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An Inconvenient Ward 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Tangen More than 1 year ago
If we can have cozy mysteries, can we have cozy romances? (No explicit erotica) The plot is situationally funny most of the time (there are those money grubbing relatives), believable for the time period (Regency), and the characters are fully developed and relatable. All in all, I enjoyed it. Just my sort of escapist read.