The Weaver Takes a Wife

The Weaver Takes a Wife

by Sheri Cobb South

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Overview

Haughty Lady Helen Radney is one of London's most beautiful women and the daughter of a duke, but her sharp tongue has frightened away most of her suitors. When her father gambles away his fortune, the duke's only chance for recouping his losses lies in marrying off Lady Helen to any man wealthy enough to take a bride with nothing to recommend her but a lovely face and an eight-hundred-year-old pedigree.

Enter Mr. Ethan Brundy, once an illegitimate workhouse orphan, now owner of a Lancashire textile mill and one of England's richest men. When he glimpses Lady Helen at Covent Garden Theatre, he is instantly smitten and vows to marry her. But this commonest of commoners will have his work cut out for him if he hopes to win the heart of his aristocratic bride.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940161851722
Publisher: Sonatina Press
Publication date: 09/02/2018
Series: Weaver series , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

At the age of sixteen, Sheri Cobb South discovered Georgette Heyer, and came to the startling realization that she had been born into the wrong century. Although she doubtless would have been a chambermaid had she actually lived in Regency England, that didn't stop her from fantasizing about waltzing the night away in the arms of a handsome, wealthy, and titled gentleman.
Since Georgette Heyer died in 1974 and could not write any more Regencies, Ms. South came to the conclusion that she would have to do it herself. After honing her craft on five young adult books for Bantam's long-running Sweet Dreams series, she tried her hand at the genre she had loved for so long. Her first Regency romance, THE WEAVER TAKES A WIFE, was published in 1999, to critical acclaim.
In addition to her Regency romances, she is also the author of a series of Regency mysteries featuring idealistic young Bow Street Runner John Pickett, described by All About Romance as "a little young, but wholly delectable."

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