Miss Clarkson's Classmate by Sharon Sobel
Signet Regency Romance (InterMix)

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Signet Regency Romance presents a beloved tale that explores the lessons of love from Sharon Sobel.

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Emily Clarkson has a new teaching position far from the civilized London life she knows. Quick-witted and confident, Emily is up for the challenge, but she never expects the real test will be her employer—prosperous mill owner Daniel Lennox. She’s expecting a country gentleman, not the brawny, outspoken fellow who greets her in a bloodstained shirt. He’s anticipating an old maid, not an impertinent snobbish girl. They are at each other’s throats from day one—and seem bound to end up in each other’s arms. But when a mysterious feud sets Daniel against an elderly duke, and the duke’s new wife—Daniel’s first love—is back in the picture, the teacher must become the student, if she is to save the man she has so recently grown to need…

Don’t miss Sharon Sobel’s classic Regency Romance, Lady Larkspur Declines.


About Sharon Sobel

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A writer for most of her life, Sharon Sobel is the author of several novels, short stories and works of fiction. Earning a PhD in English Language and Literature from Brandeis University, she is currently a professor of English at Norwalk Community College in Connecticut. Traveling for business and pleasure with her husband and three children, she has researched throughout the world for her writing. Though a native New Yorker, she lives with her family in an eighteenth century Connecticut farmhouse, surrounded by stone walls, old plantings and overgrown meadows. Her computer, surrounded by antiques, is rarely off. Family Protrait was one of Sharon's first romance novels. The Lady Violet Stratfield seemed comfortably, joyfully, middle-aged to Sharon when she wrote the book -- now somehow, the lady has become marvelously youthful and very wise.
Published April 10, 2012 by InterMix. 224 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction, History. Fiction

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