The Widow's Redeemer - Philippa Jane Keyworth Reviews
Description:ISBN 0983671931 / Paperback: 302 pages / Publisher: Madison Street / Published: 1 Dec 2012
Newest Review: ... the story contrived, full of unnecessary minutiae, totally unoriginal and nothing much happened. I struggled to finish it, ... more
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Philippa Jane Keyworth The Widow's Redeemer
Pages: 302, Paperback, Madison Street Publishing
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by - written on 05/05/13 (Very useful, 78 readings)
Letty Burton has been widowed young and though she's now destitute, she has at least been freed from a loveless and sometimes violent marriage. During a visit to her sister-in-law she first encounters the arrogant Viscount Beauford and she's not impressed. When she later accompanies her mother-in-law to London to enjoy the Season, she again meets the Viscount and finds him every bit as arrogant and supercilious as she had on first acquaintance. But it seems that fate may have a different future for Letty than that of a lady's companion which she currently inhabits. My opinion: I downloaded this book as a freebie for my Kindle after reading ... Read the complete review
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