Mere Mortals - Erastes Reviews
Description:ISBN 1590210433 / Genre: Fiction / Romance / Author: Erastes / Paperback / 256 Pages / Book is published 2011-03-13 by Lethel Press
Newest Review: ... Smallwood's wards. Suddenly lavished with luxuries and private lessons befitting the gentry, they don't quite know what to ... more
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Erastes Mere Mortals
Pages: 256, Paperback, Lethel Press
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by - written on 18/09/11 (Very useful, 50 readings)
When young Crispin Thorne is disgraced at his private school and called into the headmaster's office, he's sure his indiscretion is going to see him tossed out on his ear and onto the streets or worse. The news that has been made the ward of one Philip Smallwood and is to depart with haste to his estate is completely unexpected. Not only has he never met this man, but he's never heard of him either, and to top it all off, his estate is in the remote locale of Horsey Mere in Norfolk. Upon arrival, he finds he is but one of three young men to find themselves disgraced and brought in as Smallwood's wards. Suddenly lavished with luxuries and private lessons befitting the .. Read the complete review
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