Lady Dearborns Debut
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Lady Dearborn's Debut by Elizabeth Chater.
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Lady Dearborn's Debut 3. Clea Bradford is a striking creature with her sun-kissed hair and incredibly long legs, but definitely not in vogue. Her Aunt, Lady Floss Dearborn is determined to ensure that the girl s entrance to the ton is greeted with respect.
She achieves her purpose, but it is by announcing Clea s fake engagement to an aristocrat who is better suited for her. But lurking behind ever Clea Bradford is a striking creature with her sun-kissed hair and incredibly long legs, but definitely not in vogue. But lurking behind every corner is Lord Ranulf, a man driven by vengeance. He mistakenly assumes the bohemian is her aunt and plans to exact his revenge for an unsubstantiated rumor of a wrong committed against his relative, Floss s deceased husband.
Everywhere Clea turns, Ranulf is right behind her.
Lady Dearborn's Debut
But his searing hatred is beginning to melt beneath Clea s piercing gaze. Now, rather than burning with revenge, his heart is scorching with passion. Paperback , pages. Published December 1st by eReads. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Lady Dearborn's Debut , please sign up. Be the first to ask a question about Lady Dearborn's Debut. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Feb 18, Jeffrey rated it it was amazing.
Low marks for Elizabeth Chater be damned! This was one of the funniest good-hearted regency romances I have ever read. Maybe some of the author's other offerings are not quite up to snuff but there is nothing wrong with this one. Nov 24, Marlene rated it really liked it. There are two heroes and heroines. Lady Florence Dearborn, known as Lady Floss, was widowed a year ago. She was unhappily married for seven years to elderly Sir George Dearborn for his wealth and status at the urging of her parents.
She is now 26, and so was very young when she married Sir George. Four years ago, she and her husband took in his orphaned niece, Miss Cleanthe Bradford. Floss is a very charming lady, very small in stature with curly blonde hair. Eighteen-year-old "Clea" is 6 feet tall with white-blonde hair, both of which are very unfashionable, and does not have much self-confidence. Floss is bringing Clea to London for the season. He has given Floss what he perceives to be an overly large sum of money to purchase the Dower House from her in order to get her off the estate.
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Throwing off her widow's weeds, Floss intends to use her small inheritance to find a suitable parti for her niece, despite that young lady's six feet of height, which are crowned by a halo of white-blond hair. Quite striking, but most unfashionable. So when Michael, Lord Glendon, offers to sponsor the ladies in polite society, Floss makes certain that her unusual niece isn't laughed out of the ton -- by announcing Clea's engagement to Glendon!