The Vicar's Daughter

The Vicar's Daughter

by Deborah Simmons
The Vicar's Daughter

The Vicar's Daughter

by Deborah Simmons

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Overview

Why fight fate?

When the Earl of Wycliffe strides into the vicarage, Charlotte Trowbridge decides he is the man she wants to marry. But her efforts to convince him always go awry.

Wycliffe has planned his future down to the minute, and it doesn't include a vicar's daughter. But the beauty keeps wreaking havoc with his life—and his senses.

Will Wycliffe toss his schedule to the winds and his heart into the fray?

"Delightful, simply delightful!... Thank you, Deborah Simmons for giving us Max and Charlotte, and for doing it up right. This one's a real delight." – All About Romance

Book #1 of The Regency Romps

Two-time RITA Finalist Deborah Simmons is a USA Today bestselling author of historical romances originally published by Avon, Harlequin, and Berkley, as well as a romantic comedy.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940186733829
Publisher: Bennett Street Books
Publication date: 03/09/2023
Series: The Regency Romps , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Sales rank: 8,258
File size: 710 KB

About the Author

USA Today bestselling author Deborah Simmons began her career as a journalist, but left nonfiction for the world of happily ever afters. She’s written historical romances originally published by Avon, Harlequin, and Berkley, as well as a romantic comedy.

Her books A Lady of Distinction and The Gentleman Thief were finalists in Romance Writers of America’s annual RITA competition. Two other releases, The Gentleman's Quest and Glory and the Rake (now titled Glory and the Duke), were up for The Daphne du Maurier Award of Excellence for Mystery/Suspense. And her work has been translated and published in more than thirty countries, with graphic novel editions available for some titles.

She believes in strong heroines, wry humor, a touch of mystery, and love that can’t be denied.

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