The Love Spoon (Historical Romance Novella)

The Love Spoon (Historical Romance Novella)

by Margaret Evans Porter
The Love Spoon (Historical Romance Novella)

The Love Spoon (Historical Romance Novella)

by Margaret Evans Porter



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Nearly penniless, Gwendolyn Pryce must leave behind her beloved Welsh hills to support herself as a milliner’s assistant in the city of Chester. Wealthy Hugo Meredith, an unexpected guest at her cousin’s wedding, predicts that the lovely young woman will be preyed upon by fashionable gentlemen seeking a mistress. His determined effort to dissuade Gwendolyn from her plan is matched by her resolve to carry it out.

When pride and passion collide, will these unlikely lovers be forever separated by their differences? Or can they overcome contradictory ambitions, diverse cultures, and family expectations to attain their hearts’ desire?

This novella includes a bonus preview, the prologue and first chapter Margaret Evans Porter’s popular historical romance Kissing a Stranger (The Islanders Series, Book 1).

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940016224121
Publisher: Gallica Press
Publication date: 02/11/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
File size: 351 KB

About the Author

Margaret Evans Porter is the author of 11 period novels published in hardcover, paperback, and in translation, with digital editions coming soon. Early in her career Romantic Times Magazine reviewers presented her with the Best New Regency Author award, and later novels received multiple award nominations for Best Regency Novel. Several titles were mass market bestellers.

Margaret also writes articles on British history and travel and presents workshops on historical research and writing techniques at national and regional writers' conferences. Other publishing credits include nonfiction and poetry. An avid photographer of animals, scenery, and architecture, her work appears in magazines, newspapers, calendars, and websites.

She studied British history in the U.K., returned to the U.S. to complete her theatre training, and worked on stage and in film and television. A member of the Authors Guild and Novelists, Inc., she's listed in Who's Who in Authors, Editors and Poets and Who's Who in Entertainment.

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