RoseHill Manor

RoseHill Manor

by Sharol Louise

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RoseHill Manor by Sharol Louise

What is the harm in a small fib?

The earl's sister needs a summer companion. She must be a paragon of all that is proper, and a firm subscriber of Mrs. Carver's Hints for Young Ladies.

Lady Constance is in disguise as Miss Violet, companion extraordinaire. Unfortunately, she's impertinent, and intolerant of bossy earls. However, she knows exactly what to do with Mrs. Carver's voluminous etiquette book: it will block that drafty French door nicely.

In the earl's not-so-humble opinion, a prune�faced spinster would have been preferable to this miss with the cascading honey locks.

RoseHill Manor, a Georgian romance set in the countryside, is a tale of deception, regrets, and a summer love meant to last a lifetime.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940149170500
Publisher: Northanger Abbey ecoPress
Publication date: 04/07/2014
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Sharol Louise and her husband live in the Pacific Northwest, where her psyche was born. However, her body was born in Los Angeles, so it took about 25 years for the two to catch up.

As a youngster, she thought people were referring to the dictionary when they said �the good book,� as she grew up in the library reading Edgar Rice Burroughs, Mary Stewart, and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. A former volunteer docent with Seattle Public Library, Sharol is passionate about libraries.

She�s been known to miss her bus stop when engrossed in a novel and wishes that her books may do the same for you.

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harstan More than 1 year ago
Three months ago, her brother Lord Alec Chambreville's scandal led to him fleeing England for the continent and his concerned sister Lady Constance is rusticating away from London. Her friend Lady Larissa Wakefield is in a panic as her sibling the tyrannical earl arrived and has interrogated her about her guest. Larissa explains she told a fib to her brother Marcus by claiming Constance is Miss Violet, her companion for the summer who was recently in Italy and a strict follower of Mrs. Carver's Hints For Young Ladies reference tome that he demands a chaperone rigidly apply. She explains she was afraid that Alec's scandal would make Constance an unacceptable friend in the mind of her proper behaved brother. Lord Marcus and Miss Violet meet and to their chagrin they are attracted to one another. However, he has issues with her beautiful looks and sassy deportment; she has issues with his handsome looks and his overbearing deportment. As they fall in love, he uncovers one of her deepest secrets: how she uses Mrs. Carver's Hints For Young Ladies weighty book on proper etiquette. This is a terrific amusing Georgian romance due to the cast as the lead couple is a fine pairing of a lady in disguise and an earl struggling with her impertinence that on the one hand he cherishes and on the other he scorns. Fast-paced, fans will enjoy rusticating at Rose Hill Manor as the minx teaches the tyrant how young ladies in love behave. Harriet Klausner