The Lady's Companion by Carla Kelly
Signet Regency Romance (InterMix)

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A lady in distress finds an unlikely companion in this classic Signet Regency Romance from Carla Kelly. 
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Miss Susan Hampton never imagined she would have to make her own way in the world. But when her reckless father gambles away the family estate, and she becomes an unpaid servant of her aunt, she flees in search of a better life.
 
Taking the position of companion to a temperamental dowager, she finds herself in dangerously close contact with the dowager’s handsome bailiff, David Wiggins, who is everything a man should be—except a gentleman. Though she tells herself he is a thoroughly unsuitable suitor, his irresistible charms could make her forget she was ever a lady…
 
Don’t miss Carla Kelly’s other classic Signet Regency romance, The Wedding Journey.
 

About Carla Kelly

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CARLA KELLY is an experienced cook and baker, having started well before the age of ten. As the eldest of five children, she often made baked treats and dinner for her family. She has been a vegan for over sevenyears and a vegetarian for fifteen more before that, and has developed recipes to suit herself and her family on this journey. She writes the popular blog The Year of the Vegan (VeganYear.blogspot.com) and lives in British Columbia with her family.
 
Published December 11, 2012 by InterMix. 224 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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By Carla Kelly, 1996, Regency Romance .

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