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“She shall marry for the purpose for which matrimony was ordained amongst people of birth – that is, for the aggrandizement of her family, the extending of their political influence – for becoming, in short, the depository of their mutual interest. These are the only purposes for which persons of rank every think of marriage.”
(from Marriage  by Susan Ferrier)
For those of us who love historical romance, we rejoice in proving that ignoring propriety is so much more fulfilling than meeting these antiquated precepts of love and marriage. We celebrate filial rebellion and independence.
together two of your favorite minor characters for
their own stories. In “His American Heartsong,”
Lawrence Lowery, the future Baron Blakehell, from
the Realm series must make the difficult decision
between duty and love, and in “His Irish Eve,” Adam
Lawrence searches for love six years after the end
of The Phantom of Pemberley.
Gabriel Crowden, the Marquis of Godown, needs a wife
and a child before his twenty-eighth birthday, or he
loses a significant portion of his inheritance, but
the one woman who could satisfy both requirements
has aligned herself with his enemies.
Coming March 2013
Although she had made a
brilliant match in Major General Fitzwilliam, Darcy
has never fully accepted the loss of his sister to a
proper marriage, but he would gladly “lose”
Georgiana to Edward Fitzwilliam’s care if it meant
that he could finally locate her.
The Mysterious Death of Mr.
A Touch of Grace:
Book 4 of
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