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April 1815, Brighton Cliffs, England
Honorable Miss Clara DeLancey is the daughter of parents who would like for her to marry according to their social standing. She failed to land Richard the Earl of Hawkesbury as left her to married Lavinia who was a well-connected countess. Captain Benjamin Kemsley is not looking for a wife, but his sister Matilda who sets out to find him one. Then Matilda starts matchmaking and so it begins.
Vendor: Kregel Publications
Publication Date: 2017
Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches)
Series: Regency Brides
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"Displaying a flair for comedy and witty dialog, Miller is clearly an author to watch. Her debut Regency rockets off the page with clever, snappy repartee, creating an exciting and fast-paced read. Fans of Georgette Heyer and Julie Klassen will love this romance."—LIBRARY JOURNAL, starred review
"Jane Austen left this world having written only six full works, but the world, two hundred years on, loved every word she wrote. . . . So what to do when you've read all of Jane's work over and over, and wish she'd written more? Read Carolyn Miller."—MERRY BELL, reviewer
"An engaging, page-turning read worthy of a Regency reader's time. . . . The Captivating Lady Charlotte has complex characters, a sweet, slow-building romance, and twists and turns."—RT Book Reviews
"With compelling characters and an engaging story, encapsulated by the romantic era of Regency England, Carolyn Miller's writing style is reminiscent of Jane Austen, with a modern sense of wit and spunk."—Amber Stockton, author of the best-selling Liberty's Promise
"This romantic story is reminiscent of Jane Austen: finding love despite the societal norms of the day while adding the spiritual elements of extending God's grace and forgiveness."—Christian Market
"The Elusive Miss Ellison will delight the hearts of Regency romance lovers with its poetic narrative, witty verbal swordplay, strict social constructs, and intriguing touch of mystery. Carolyn Miller is a bright new voice in the Regency genre."—Louise M. Gouge, award-winning author
Loss, Longing, and New Love...
Tainted by scandal, forced to remove to Brighton from London, the Honorable Miss Clara DeLancey is a shadow of her former society self. A chance encounter sees a friendship slowly form with the sisters of an injured Naval captain, whose faith and blunt, high spirits are everything her mother despises.
Captain Benjamin Kemsley is not looking for a wife, especially not the penniless daughter of a Viscount, but the mysteries surrounding her appeal to his sense of fair play. But how can he dare to dream the impossible, when all his attention should be toward helping those he'd failed to protect?
Pushed into the highest echelons of Society, they must decide if maintaining family honor is more important than their hopes, while seeking to right the wrongs of the past, through the legacy of Grace.