The Duchess of Bristol
by Anne Odom
4.00 · 1 ratings · Published: Jul 27th, 2015 |
Follow Diana MacDonald from her home, Ainsley Glen in the Scottish Highlands, to the most prestigious drawing rooms and ballrooms of English high society. From the daughter of a country Earl to the wife of the Duke of Bristol, we see Diana struggle with her unorthodox marriage, her attraction to a handsome acquaintance, and her frustration with how women are perceived in the business world of Regency England. Diana is rich, beautiful, musically talented and supremely intelligent, but happiness eludes her. You may laugh, you may cry, but you will never be bored with The Duchess of Bristol.
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