The Eyes of Lady Claire by Sharon Sobel

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Signet Regency Romance presents a touching tale of the healing power of love from Sharon Sobel.

What’s a lady with nothing to do to do? Bored with masquerades and endless dinners, the beautiful widow, Lady Claire of Glastonbury takes up the more meaningful task of launching a young blind woman named Camille into London society. But her mission is distracted by the arrival of Camille's dark and handsome older bother, Maxwell, the Marquis Wentworth.

Physically and emotionally scarred from a fire that burnt down his family’s estate years ago, Maxwell is vehemently opposed to Claire’s plan. Though his gruff arrogance makes Claire question his status as a true gentleman, she can’t deny the passion he stirs within her. Soon Claire finds herself searching among the events of Max’s past, unraveling a mystery that had placed unnecessary blame on his person. Can she inspire Maxwell to discover his own truths and choose a bright future filled with love?

Includes a preview of 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 March 19, 2013 by InterMix. 284 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction, History. Fiction

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