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Lady With A Black Umbrella
by: Mary Balogh

Signet Regency, August 1989

Daisy Morrison, staying at an inn one night on her way to London, sees a gentleman being attacked by ruffians in the yard below. She charges down in her nightgown, wielding her father's large black umbrella, and routs Viscount Kincade's assailants. She then--after the viscount's departure--pays his bill and the chambermaid with whom he had spent the night. Kincade is not amused when he learns the truth! The book is a farce.

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Publisher:
Signet Regency
Publish Date:
August 1989
Time Period:
Regency: Comedy- Caper- Farce
Hero:
Viscount Kincade
Heroine:
Daisy Morrison
 
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