“I fear for your safety!” the Duke thundered. But he might as well have been barking at the moon. Isabella, his beautiful but supremely arrogant niece, scoffed at the notion.
Yes, Isabella’s father, also a Duke, was fighting in the Peninsular War, and yes, there were reports that men of ill repute were known to capture and hold for ransom the sons and daughters of the aristocracy.
Isabella, however, was far above that. She was too busy holding parties and trying desperately to gain the attention of the handsome Lord Balton.
That is, until a man dressed in black pointed a gun at Isabella and threatened to kidnap her.
This time, Isabella’s uncle would not take no for answer.
And the Duke engineered one of the cleverest and most bizarre switches in regency romance history.
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About the Author
Amelia Fernside, who lives in Washington state, fell in love with the U.K. a few years ago during a long hike on Cumbria Way in England’s Lake District. That experience led to a love affair with the novels of Jane Austen and other British writers. That, in turn, led Amelia, a journalist by profession, to write her own regency romances. Amelia is a graduate of the University of Missouri School of Journalism. She is married and has four sons, three dogs and a crazy cat named Louie. Amelia loves writing Regency romances and hopes to continue writing them forever.
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Quick easy read. Farfetched story but entertaining enough to read in one short sitting.