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The Bride Prize: Allan's Miscellany 1839 - Sandra Schwab
The Bride Prize: Allan's Miscellany 1839
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It's 1839, and Lord Eglinton's tournament in Scotland is the most anticipated event of the year: he and some of his noble friends will don medieval armor and joust like knights of old.Does this mean a revival of true chivalry? Miss Florence Marsh thinks it might.Or is the tournament mere... show more
It's 1839, and Lord Eglinton's tournament in Scotland is the most anticipated event of the year: he and some of his noble friends will don medieval armor and joust like knights of old.Does this mean a revival of true chivalry? Miss Florence Marsh thinks it might.Or is the tournament mere tomfoolery and the greatest folly of the century? Mr. Robert Beaton thinks it is.But when Flo and Robbie meet at Eglinton Park, they'll soon learn that a dash of romance can make the greatest differences look rather small and that true love might find you in the most unlikely place.If only Robbie wasn't working for that scandalous new magazine Allan's Miscellany! If only Flo's father didn't detest the periodical press!And if only they had remembered to bring an umbrella!
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Format: paperback
Publisher: Sandra Schwab
Pages no: 72
Edition language: English
Series: Allan's Miscellany (#1)
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I really liked this novella. It was a historical romance that did not sacrifice the history for the romance. It was sweet and light without being too fluffy. And best of all, the MC were middle class and working class (artist) - no dukes or earls. 4 stars and I would recommend.
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