By Joan Wolf
"Was society’s reigning good looks in love with event – or with England’s so much infamous adventurer?
Lord Richard Wells, Duke of Crewe, had surprised the Regency global via crusing off to darkest Africa. Now, 5 years later, his gorgeous daughter, Julianne, lower back to London with a narrative of her father’s tragic demise and her personal stunning rescue by means of the infamous English adventurer, John Champernoun.
Little did aristocratic society suspect what particularly occurred in Africa, nor did Julianne wish the reality published. For Julianne was firm to go away her perilous previous a ways in the back of, and locate happiness in a supremely secure marriage to the wonderfully good-looking, filthy rich, honorable and adoring Lord William Rutherford. yet Julianne used to be approximately to benefit that she knew extra concerning the middle of the darkish continent than she did approximately her personal – whilst John Champernoun reentered her existence to wake stories and wishes as sharp-clawed as leopards or even extra risky.
Joan Wolf is a united states at the present time bestselling writer, whose acclaimed Regency romances have earned her nationwide popularity as a grasp of the style. Her many ancient and modern romances were hugely praised by way of reviewers and authors alike. Publisher's Weekly reviewed one in all her novels as ""historical fiction at its finest."" Joan was once born in big apple urban yet has lived such a lot of her existence in Connecticut together with her husband, young ones and various pets. An avid rider and horse proprietor, she enjoys that includes horses in her novels.
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Lord Richard's Daughter by Joan Wolf