Book: The Lady and the Earl (Seabrook Family Saga) by Christine Donovancategories: Book, Historical Romance, Regency Romance
Christine Donovanabout this book: Regency romance has always been one of my favorite genres to read. When I was a teenager I worked as a cashier at a local supermarket. On payday I would visit the nearest bookstore and buy several historical romances. The following week, on payday, I would repeat the process. I still have some of my most cherished books. When I began my writing career, it seemed only natural I would write Regency romances. Please visit me; I love to hear from my readers.
Lady Amelia Seabrook spends her days at her brother's country estate, far removed from London Society. Ever since the tragic death of her betrothed, Captain Rycroft, she can't bare the London Social Scene. Most days she can be found sitting on the banks of a small stream daydreaming about happier times with her captain. One day a stranger appears and spoils everything, or does he?
Living in self-imposed exile the past twelve years, William Spencer, the Earl of Bridgeton loves the solitude of the countryside. Some days it bothers him to read the daily papers from London and still see his name being mentioned. After twelve years one would think the gossip mongers would have someone else to gossip about. Someone else to blame for the murders of his family members.
• "Well written story with well developed characters and well developed plots which draws the reader into the story. Just had to finish reading this book" — Billiesue
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