Ruins and Romance (A Regency Romance)

Ruins and Romance A Regency Romance DIGGING AMONG THE BURIED RUINS SHE FOUND THE MOST PRICELESS TREASURE OF ALL Although some considered her spinster life dull Elinor Wentworth was quite comfortable designing ladies fashions attending

  • Title: Ruins and Romance (A Regency Romance)
  • Author: Rebecca Ashley
  • ISBN: 9780449219737
  • Page: 180
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • DIGGING, AMONG THE BURIED RUINS SHE FOUND THE MOST PRICELESS TREASURE OF ALL Although some considered her spinster life dull Elinor Wentworth was quite comfortable designing ladies fashions, attending a London rout or two, and listening to the latest on dits Still, she couldn t refuse a desperate request fro, her dear friend Victoria to join her in the country At theDIGGING, AMONG THE BURIED RUINS SHE FOUND THE MOST PRICELESS TREASURE OF ALL Although some considered her spinster life dull Elinor Wentworth was quite comfortable designing ladies fashions, attending a London rout or two, and listening to the latest on dits Still, she couldn t refuse a desperate request fro, her dear friend Victoria to join her in the country At the family estate Elinor discovered quite a few things about the upper class company who had been invited by Victoria s brother Despite their airs and manners, some were not all they pretended to be A case in point was handsome Sir Nicolas, whose flattering attentions Elinor thought she could learn to enjoy until she saw him in the constant company of his ex fiancee Elinor saw enough to believe her eyes, but she might be surprised to discover how deceiving appearances could be

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    1 thought on “Ruins and Romance (A Regency Romance)”

    1. A house party with the theme of excavating a ruin dating back to the Normans. Similar to the author's earlier book, A Season of Surprises but this one has more guests from the "B" list.

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