Lords and Ladies by Elizabeth Mansfield

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A trio of splendid Regency romances from national bestselling author Elizabeth Mansfield


Miss Letitia Glendenning has done the unthinkable, turning down a proposal from the most eligible bachelor in England. Why did she do it? The lady has her reasons, and it’s up to the dashing lord to find out exactly what they are.


In order to escape the matchmaking efforts of her late husband’s sister, the Countess of Wyckfield pretends she is already married—to her new footman, Thomas. His cockiness and noble bearing make him perfect for the role, but Camilla is surprised to find herself wishing the deception would last forever…


Lord Kittridge thinks he has made a great bargain in agreeing to marry Cassandra Chivers for forty-thousand pounds of her father’s money, but his new bride turns out to be a handful—and more crafty and manipulative than her new husband can believe…  

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Paula Schwartz wrote and published more than two dozen Regency romances, writing as Elizabeth Mansfield. Under various pseudonyms she also wrote an American immigrant family saga, A MORNING MOON (as by Paula Reibel), and two American history romances, TO SPITE THE DEVIL (as by Paula Jonas) and RACHEL'S PASSAGE (as by Paula Reid). Paula Schwartz was born in the Bronx and went to Hunter College. She started teaching Drama and English as a junior high school teacher, then a high school teacher and finally a college teacher. She was married and had a son and a daughter. She wrote plays and humor pieces before starting her career as a novelist and shortly thereafter, in 1973, she began writing full-time. Paula Schwartz died in December 2003. An interview with the author, from 2001, is posted on the All About Romance website at http://www.likesbooks.com/mansfield.html. Some of the details in this bio were extracted from that interview.
Published May 1, 2012 by New American Library. 536 pages
Genres: Romance, History, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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