Marrying Miss Hemingford by Nadia Nichols

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She'll be no old maid!

Independently wealthy, Miss Anne Hemingford acts upon her generous grandfather's final wish that she should go out into Society and make a proper life for herself. Accompanying her aunt to Brighton for the summer, Anne is frustrated by the lack of purpose in those around her. The exception is Dr. Justin Tremayne.

He is a man Anne can truly admire for his commitment to helping the poor. Apparently Justin is unsuitable marriage material, but at twenty-seven, she is prepared to ignore Society and go with her heart. Her hopes are sadly dashed by the arrival of Mrs. Sophie Tremayne, Justin's sister-in-law. There is some mystery surrounding her—and it intimately involves the man Anne has come to love….


About Nadia Nichols

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Mary Nichols is the author of various articles, short stories, family sagas and well over thirty Mills & Boon historicals. She is also a member of the Romantic Novelists Association. Mary spends part of every day at her computer producing her novels and divides the rest of her time between reading, research, gardening, playing golf and, when it becomes necessary, housework! Mary loves to hear from her readers and can be contacted via her website at:
Published December 15, 2011 by Harlequin Historical. 225 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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