On Sale: September 5, 2017
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A fortune hunter's dream...
Miss Elisabeth Elham is an unlikely heiress. She never knew
the curmudgeonly uncle who died suddenly and left her a
fortune. She's proud, outspoken and independent―a definite
challenge for London's fortune hunting suitors.
As various determined gentlemen vie for her attention at
balls, routs, picnics and parties, Elisabeth finds herself
embroiled with a charming rake, a mysterious nabob, and an
elegant neighbor. This would all be great fun, if only she
wasn't so fascinated by the one man in London who's not
trying to woo her...
Originally titled Bluestocking, this story has been
unavailable for over 25 years.
13 comments posted.
Re: Last Gentleman Standing
WiFi vs Dial up, LOL... so glad technology advances!
(Colleen Conklin 12:58pm Wednesday)
Being able to easily and quickly communicate with people
far away and in different countries at an inexpensive cost.
(G. Bisbjerg 9:02am Thursday)
Easy internet access for research
(Bonnie Hometchko 11:00am Thursday)
I agree with earlier comments that technology - and the immediacy of contact with others or available information. It's all wonderful - as long as you don't become "addicted" to it all.
(Nancy Reynolds 11:04am Thursday)
GPS which is so helpful compared to maps.
(Sharon Berger 11:31am Thursday)
In the last ten years, the way in which Learning
Disabilities are addressed in classrooms have improved.
(Cecilia Rodriguez 1:39pm Thursday)
Well tomorrow the electric co is coming to wire us so we
can get hi speed in rural areas this is one of Obamas
things and so glad that it is happenimg as U S Celluar is
just charging us an arm and a leg for the moduem that we
have from them and it is so slow and they have a cap
where the electric co has no cap and they are doing all
the wiring from way down the hill. So this is a big
change for us and they are also adding phone but we kept
out same number . Also since i became disabled teaching
has changed so much since i have left they don;t have a
math book they do math diff.So glad that i am out!
(Peggy Clayton 1:02am Friday)
I think growing older and suddenly not be shy around people.
I'll talk to anyone these days about anything that happens.
It's funny. I guess it's because I'm an empty nester now
with no job. I like people so I talk.
(Sharon Shearouse 3:49pm Friday)
(Denise Holcomb 11:13pm Friday)
Books on Kindle and easy access to information on the internet
(Anna Speed 2:17am Sunday)
I love that cover, I can't wait to read this, it sounds so good, thanks
(Pen Wilfort 12:16pm Sunday)
expanding technology is both the best & the worst thing (if
nor used well)
(Diane Sallans 7:19pm Sunday)
My life settling down.
(Linda Knowles 8:57pm Sunday)
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