Poet Marianne Arnet’s parents, unfairly accused of spying for Napoleon, have fled Regency England. Now the handsome, powerful Lord Whitestone bars her from the London Season and a longed-for chance to mingle in the literary world. Lord Whitestone doesn’t realise that Marianne is his secret correspondent, and that she’s determined to come to London, even in disguise. After these two meet, there’s love in the air. And danger as well.
This is a lighthearted tale in the traditional Regency style of Jane Austen and Georgette Heyer—no sex, but plenty of romantic complications and a happy ending.
Jacqueline Diamond’s half dozen Regency romances, originally issued in print by several publishers, have delighted readers for thirty years. Jackie has gone on to sell 100 novels ranging from mysteries and suspense to fantasy, paranormals and romantic comedies. A former Associated Press reporter in Los Angeles, Jackie has received a Career Achievement Award from Romantic Times magazine and two finalist placements for the RITA Award.
Diamond is the author of A Lady’s Point of View, Lady in Disguise, Song for a Lady, The Day-Dreaming Lady, and The Forgetful Lady.
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“Ms. Diamond is one of the most consistently enjoyable Regency authors around.”—Romantic Times magazine
“I was thrilled to find another author, like Candice Hern, writing in the great tradition of the Heyer Regency.”-- Regency Reader
“[A Lady of Letters has] enough screwball-comedy touches to keep things prancing along cheerily.”
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