A traditional Regency by the award winning author, April Kihlstrom. Eleanor's only fault is loving too easily. Taken in by the notorious Comte de Beauvais, Eleanor finds herself on the way to Brussels. Under the wing of the kind Mrs. Milford and her brother Mr. Frederick Leverton, and in the shadow of the Battle of Waterloo and then while traveling from Brussels to Paris, after Wellington's victory, Eleanor must decide whether to open her heart to Mr. Leverton or take the safer route of never loving again.Note: This book was originally released by Signet as a Traditional Regency in 1988.The other book in the Leverton/Witton Series is The Scholar's Daughter.
About the Author
April Kihlstrom is the award winning author of over 30 published books, many of them Signet Regencies. She lives in Texas with her dog Sophy.