Helen Prestwick journeyed from Portugal to England with the goal of ensuring that her sister’s child take his rightful place as the Earl of Camberwell—though she has no physical evidence of the marriage. The previous earl, Christopher, now deceased, had convinced Helen that his cousin Edward was no good. But Edward is willing to investigate Helen’s claims—and finds himself enchanted by this determined woman. Regency Romance by Anne Barbour; originally published by Signet
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About the Author
Anne Barbour's other tiles include Buried Secrets and Lady Liza's Luck. A winner of the Romantic Times Best Regency of the Year Award, she lives in the Black Hills of South Dakota.
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Miss Prestwick's Crusade based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
I'm at page 247 with about 200 more pages to go and frankly I'm done. This romance is supposed to be about an older couple of above average intelligence but so far they've spent the entire first half of the book in juvenile introspection and self doubt. The heroine's sister sounds like an idiot and the man she married sounds like a sadistic jerk. The repetition is mind numbing and the family and friends are just plain stupid. I'm sure it will work out in the end but I'm not interest enough to read 200 more pages to find out . A dnt at 247.