By Joan Wolf
"One betrayal must have been sufficient …
Enchantingly attractive Laura Dalwood used to be little greater than a woman whilst she was once given in marriage to a guy whose glittering wealth hid a depressing mystery published to her in simple terms on her marriage ceremony evening.
Now her husband’s demise had freed her from that odious union – and Laura vowed by no means to make so grievous an errors back.
But how may possibly she reject the good-looking and extraordinary Mark Cheny, Earl of Dartmouth, while his suggestion used to be one who no younger girl of feel or sensibility may perhaps rightly decline?
And what might she do whilst, as his bride, he carried her over the brink to permit her to find simply how a lot she may possibly love a guy – after which, to her misery, simply how a lot may possibly she worry him …
Joan Wolf is a united states at the present time bestselling writer, whose acclaimed Regency romances have earned her nationwide attractiveness as a grasp of the style. Her many ancient and modern romances were hugely praised via reviewers and authors alike. Publisher's Weekly reviewed considered one of her novels as ""historical fiction at its finest."" Joan was once born in big apple urban yet has lived such a lot of her lifestyles in Connecticut together with her husband, teenagers and diverse pets. An avid rider and horse proprietor, she enjoys that includes horses in her novels.
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"One betrayal must have been adequate …
Enchantingly gorgeous Laura Dalwood used to be little greater than a lady whilst she used to be given in marriage to a guy whose glittering wealth hid a gloomy mystery printed to her merely on her marriage ceremony evening.
Now her husband’s loss of life had freed her from that odious union – and Laura vowed by no means to make so grievous an blunders back.
But how may she reject the good-looking and awesome Mark Cheny, Earl of Dartmouth, whilst his notion was once person who no younger girl of feel or sensibility may possibly rightly decline?
And what may possibly she do whilst, as his bride, he carried her over the brink to permit her to find simply how a lot she may perhaps love a guy – after which, to her misery, simply how a lot may well she worry him …
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Extra resources for A Double Deception (Regency Duo, Book 2)
Hardy was concerned enough to send sketches so that the illustrator would know how the novelist had visualized his own material, yet he was content to leave the matter of the finished illustrations in the hands of Tinsley's Magazine and Pasquier. The pressure of serial writing, the fact that he was not accustomed to the way things were done in the world of magazine publication, and that he did not at this time fully realize the potential impact of illustration may explain why Hardy took no further interest in these illustrations.
Again, this style of illustration has not been understood very well because it has been measured by the aims, methods, and results of the two earlier schools. And when representational illustration is measured by the Cruikshank school, its differences become exaggerated, its positive qualities obscured. Yet it is also true that much of the illustration for this era is undistinguished. Such a statement is not meant to be disparaging: much of the THE HISTORIC CONTEXT 23 fiction is also undistinguished.
Unused to literary deadlines, Hardy began to feel the pressures of magazine writing. An additional result of the pressures of installment writing, believes Carl 1. Weber, was that it "had led him into inartistic prolixity;" 4 he had padded his manuscript to fill the spatial demands of his editor. Later, Hardy realized what demands serial publication had made on his writing as he revised and cut this text for subsequent editions. In addition to his own problems in producing a manuscript, Hardy became aware that others also had their deadlines.