How do pollsters come up with the winners and losers on election night?
A bluestocking in search of a husband but stuck in the country where the only eligible man is her cousin, escapes with a fake fiance to London to have a ‘season’ over her family’s objections.
A bespectacled, geeky woman meets her match when she tries to learn about sex before her wedding to another man.
The Outlander series by Diana Gabaldon is about time travel. It’s a little freaky that the mom and daughter who end up in the past bring their medical and engineering skills back to the 18th century. So, why wouldn’t these brilliant inventions (ether, matches, antibiotics, handwashing) catch on?
by fangswandsfairy • Book Review Fiction, Historical Romance • Tags: Africa, Avon, crimes against women, England, exploration, HarperCollins, Laura Lee Guhrke, London, missionaries, Savoy Hotel, science, Scientific method, Victorian era
Suffering from trauma and subsequent ruination Edie goes to England to find a husband, hoping to find one who will look past her ruin to her deep purse. And, she needs to find a man who will make no demands on her as a wife. Stuart needs a wife who can solve all his financial problems and who won’t mind him spending most of his time exploring Africa. When he is forced to return home and wants a real marriage can the marriage of convenience become a love match?