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Available 4.15.24

A Duchess in Name by Amanda Weaver


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Also by Amanda Weaver:

Love Around the Corner, March 2020
A Common Scandal, June 2016
A Duchess in Name, January 2016
This Book Will Change Your Life, October 2015

A Duchess in Name
Amanda Weaver

Grantham Girls #1
Carina Press
January 2016
On Sale: January 18, 2016
Featuring: Andrew Hargrave; Victoria Carson
ISBN: 1459290615
EAN: 9781459290617
Kindle: B014PIFZ6Q
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Romance Historical

Victoria Carson never expected love. An American heiress and graduate of Lady Grantham's finishing school, she's been groomed since birth to marry an English title—the grander the better. So when the man chosen for her, the forbidding Earl of Dunnley, seems to hate her on sight, she understands that it can't matter. Love can have no place in this arrangement. Andrew Hargrave has little use for his title and even less for his cold, disinterested parents. Determined to make his own way, he's devoted to his life in Italy working as an archaeologist. Until the collapse of his family's fortune drags him back to England to a marriage he never wanted and a woman he doesn't care to know. Wild attraction is an unwanted complication for them both, though it forms the most fragile of bonds. Their marriage of convenience isn't so intolerable after all—but it may not be enough when the deception that bound them is finally revealed.

Grantham Girls


1 comment posted.

Re: A Duchess in Name

I found this a most interesting post. As a former employee of a fabric store, I'd guess my interest in fashion is probably more closely aligned with Ms. Weaver's than the average reader is. I have also worked in a theater costume shop, but definitely NOT at the same level - I just sweed the costumes together.

I always enjoy a well-written description of a well-designed gown in the historical I read, and I would venture to guess that is what I would find in Ms. Weaver's books!

P. S.: Is there any way to weed out troll comments (which isn't a comment at all, just an ad) like the first ones here? They are extremely annoying and distracting.
(Lynn Rettig 5:01pm February 6, 2016)

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