Lydia or Love in Town (Regency Trilogy #3)
by Clare Darcy
4.00 · 2 ratings · Published: Jan 1st, 1976 |
A Most Shocking Young Lady — Who but a young lady from America would dare arrive in Regency London at the height of the season - and promptly announce her express intention of marrying wealth and position? Who but this outrageous beauty could keep two of the most eligible bachelors in the realm on tenterhooks, while defying the wishes of the arrogant, incomparably attractive, immensely rich Lord Northover himself? Who is quite the most captivating heroine of this or any other season? Who else, but -- Lydia Leyland!
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