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Two Gentlemen From London

by Fenella-Jane Miller


Lady Sophia Bentley and her daughter Annabel have lived in hiding for the past three years in her auntís remote manor house. They are terrified that Sir Randolph Rushton, Sophiaís husband, is going to find them and once again subject them to his violence and avid sexual appetite. When they hear the sound of hooves entering the yard they fear the worst—but it is only two unknown men who are looking for nearby Brandon Manor and have instead found Brandon Hall. Colonel Robert Sinclair and his friend Major Simon Dudley are put up until they can reach their destination in daylight, but events are soon going to make that impossible...

Now read on! This one hits the ground running and doesnít stop until the final page. Anybody who thinks that this type of romance is all formal balls and house parties ought to give this breathless tale a try. Daring escapes, sudden attacks, subterfuge and skulduggery are the order of the day in this book, but don't worry if you prefer straight romance, as there is plenty of that in here too. Iíve always enjoyed this authorís Regencies and was particularly pleasantly surprised to find that with this one she has certainly done something rather different.

The Book

Robert Hale
30 October 2009
0709088965 / 9780709088967
Historical Romance / Regency / Suffolk, England
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The Reviewer

Rachel A Hyde
Reviewed 2009
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