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As the youngest of four unmarried vicar's daughters, Frederica feared her destiny was to die of boredom in the sleepy village of Barton Sub Edge. Her looks were deemed unfortunate, and her wilful manner labelled her difficult. She never dreamt the arrival of a stranger would be a twist to her fate.

But Frederica and the worldly gentleman from the city, Lord Granton, had something in common: boredom. So it was that the two formed a secret friendship. Frederica lived vicariously through his many tales of adventure while he found a delightful respite from the simpering females thrown his way.

When had their summer idyll turned so simply to love? When had a country miss become such a breathtaking lady? And what the devil was a certified rogue who was much too old for her going to do about it?

©2019 M. C. Beaton (P)2019 Hachette Audio UK

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The villains were caricatures and too blatantly malicious and arrogant to be credible. Had they been more subtle, the story would have been far better.

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enjoyed enormously

How does M C Beaton think of so many different stories, thank goodness she does. live in fear of time when I've read all.