Lady Barbara Stanley was devoted to her music. But she was also interested in making a marriage that would fulfill her in other ways, like the one her friend Judith had contracted. There were men in her life—the charming Marquess of Wardour, her friend Sir David Treves, and the violinist Alexander MacLeod. Would she find love and happiness with any of these gentlemen? Regency published by Romance by Marjorie Farrell; originally published by Signet
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
David and deborah are a good match, and are believable characters. Barbara and alec are not as likely a couple. Alec is a weird guy, that is not all that attractrive, from the descripion, and his comments are not that intelligent. I do not think a well educated woman like barbara would be attracted to a bumpkin like alec is pretending to be.