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Regency Collection, The (UK-Anthology)
Volume 11

by: Sarah Westleigh

Mills & Boon, March 2000 ,
Paula Marshall

"A Lady of Independent Means" by Sarah Westleigh
Miss Louisa Finsham thought it would be a casual affair — visiting the battlefields of Waterloo with her aunt Amelia. But from the moment their ship set sail, Louisa encountered all sorts of difficulties, including one Lord Hugh Deverill, the most irritating man, who had come to her rescue. But rescue her he did, from her lack of sea legs to a line of suitors waiting to ask for her hand in marriage. Although her wealth attracted all manner of marriage-minded men, Miss Louisa felt that Lord Hugh had other, more tantalizing things on his mind than her money!

"Not Quite a Gentleman" by Paula Marshall
The new owner of Gillyflower Hall, Mr. Brandon Tolliver, made something of astir in the quiet country area among the country set. Clearly he was a man of means, and in want of a wife, but his background was suspect, and his money came from the city.

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Regency Collection, The (UK-Anthology) <br>Volume 11

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Publish Date:
March 2000
Time Period:
Anthology- Regency
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