The Three Vices #1
On Sale: March 11, 2014
Featuring: Lady Patience Wainwright; Viscount Rexley
Paperback / e-Book (reprint)
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C.H. Admirand sweeps her readers back into the past to
Regency England with book one in her Regency-Era Historical
Trilogy: The Three Vices. This re-release has the previously
deleted prologue, chapters, and scenes added back in for an
enhanced read. For readers who have already read Patience,
the author has toned down the love scenes to appeal to a
broader range of readers. Never fear, the romance is still
the most important part of Lady Patience and Viscount
Here's the trilogy overview: Three cousins: Lady Patience
Wainwright, Lady Charity Fenwick, and Lady Prudence
Thompson, (daughters of three sisters) each have a vice that
has their respective parents despairing that they may never
find suitable matches for the highly spirited and willful
Patience, Charity, and Prudenceâ€¦Virtuous qualities a young
lady seeking a husband would surely wish to possess.
Unless, of course, a well-meaning parent chose to name her
daughter Patience, with an eye to the future, hoping her
precious child would seek to emulate the meaning of her name.
Never imagining her beloved daughter would grow up
preferring the break-neck pace of racing her horse across
the meadow to taking tea with callers, or that she would
prefer angling for trout and firing a pistol to plying
fabric with a needle. And, Lord help us all, that she would
grow to stand just four inches shy of six feet tall!
Patience is impetuous, impulsive, and impossible. Ah, but
her parents have a plan to secure a marriage, and their
daughterâ€™s future. They intend to find a gentleman of noble
birthâ€”with deep pocketsâ€”who has never met their daughter.
Surely somewhere in all of England there is a gentleman who
will embrace their daughter, thorns and all. All he need do
is overlook her height, and her talent with rod, reel, and
The virtue has become the vice â€¦
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