A Secret Engagement

A Secret Engagement Edmund Caruthers London barrister and gentleman defies his father and his class to represent the poor With few paying customers he struggles financially He s frustrated his betrothed won t set a da

  • Title: A Secret Engagement
  • Author: Sarah Richmond
  • ISBN: 9781509216741
  • Page: 193
  • Format: paperback
  • A Secret Engagement

    Edmund Caruthers, London barrister and gentleman, defies his father and his class to represent the poor With few paying customers, he struggles financially He s frustrated his betrothed won t set a date to marry him Dolly Wycliffe dreams of becoming a famous milliner She loves Edmund, but the life of a society matron isn t for her Edmund s family and friends remind heEdmund Caruthers, London barrister and gentleman, defies his father and his class to represent the poor With few paying customers, he struggles financially He s frustrated his betrothed won t set a date to marry him Dolly Wycliffe dreams of becoming a famous milliner She loves Edmund, but the life of a society matron isn t for her Edmund s family and friends remind her that a girl who makes hats can t become the wife of a distinguished barrister When a woman is found murdered in fashionable Mayfair, their two worlds collide The victim is a shop girl and Dolly enlists Edmund s help to find the killer Edmund keeps a friend s involvement a secret and Dolly realizes the toffs have rules they re unwilling to break Is their love enough to overcome the obstacles ahead Will marrying be a decision they ll both come to regret

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    One thought on “A Secret Engagement

    1. Cindelu

      I won this book on . It is a rather bland murder mystery in the Victorian era. A quick and enjoyable enough read but not very exciting.

    2. Nancy Reynolds

      I enjoyed this book. I think it would help if I read the first book - which I will try to do now. I really enjoyed the character of Dotty - she seems to be a very sensible and realistic heroine.

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