Lynn Morris, bestselling author of The Baron’s Honourable Daughter, once again sweeps readers into the Regency era with striking period detail.
Lady Mirabella Tirel, the beautiful daughter of the Marquess of Camarden, takes a practical approach to love since a dashing captain broke her heart at age 17. Now at almost 22 years old, she has decided to endure one last London season to secure a suitable engagement and begin a simple life in the country.
Sir Giles Knyvet is Mirabella’s oldest friend and her most dependable ally, and he is also secretly in love with her. Yet he knows the prospect of a relationship is doubtful: Besides being a mere baronet, he aims to settle a large family debt before sharing his feelings with her. But as Mirabella draws close to a suitable match, Giles may need to interfere to buy himself more time.
Lady Mirabella Tirel decides she is not going to marry for Love as her heart has been broken. Her friends Giles, Lewin and Josephine all go with Mirabella for her last season in London. She is determined to find the right husband for herself. After making notes of pros and cons for 3 gentlemen. All three are discounted and by the time she knows who she really cares for it might be too late.
The descriptions the author gives of the dresses and the society you feel like you are along side the characters in the book. You can picture vividly the clothes as the author goes into great detail. I nice relaxing read.
About the author:
LYNN MORRIS is the bestselling author of over 25 novels, including the popular Cheney Duvall, M.D. series. She is the daughter of Christy Award-winning author Gilbert Morris, with whom she has often collaborated. She lives in Gulf Shores, Alabama.
Learn more: LynnMorris.net
“Sweet characters. . . .The storyline flows smoothly and the details of what life was like during the era do not overwhelm. . . .Morris has created a believable romance.” (RT Book Reviews, starred review on The Baron’s Honourable Daughter).
“[G]uaranteed to please old fans and win new ones. . .a romance filled with abiding love and swift repartee.” (Library Journal on Where Two Seas Meet).
“Lynn Morris. . .pen[s] absorbing plots rich with adventure and historical detail.” (Christianaudio.com).
“[A]n excellent religious romance novel. The exotic setting and little-known historical events are real pluses. A bigger plus is the good characterization. Even the smaller children, who are in only a few scenes, have distinct personalities. I would enjoy reading more about this lively and humorous family.” (Historicalnovelsociety.org on Red and Lowering Sky).