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Miss Armstead Wears Black Gloves
and
Miss Romney Flies Too High

by : Marian Devon ,
Two previously released books now in 1 volume

Book 1 - Miss Armstead Wears Black Gloves
Reissue - originally released - April 1985 — ISBN: 0449207927
When Miss Frances Armstead invented a secret betrothal to Lord Greville Wainwright to ward off her uncle's insistent matchmaking, she thought it was the perfect safeguard to a single life. After all, Lord Greville was a naval hero who — rumor had it — was consigned to a watery grave at sea. But suddenly her faux fiancé returned — very much alive! Would he tar and feather young Frankie's reputation all the way to fashionable London — or would Lord Greville exact an altogether more titillating vengeance?
Characters:

Lord Grenville Waiwright and Miss Frances Armstead

Book 2 - Miss Romney Flies Too High
Reissue - originally released - July 1986 — ISBN: 0449208443
Lord Petherbridge had taken it into his head to leave his considerable fortune to his illegitimate daughter, Sarah Romney, with pious Lady Petherbridge none the wiser. So he laid down the law: whichever of his three nephews married the young lady would inherit a fortune with her. Marry an actress? Two of the hopefuls had no choice: They would be penniless without the Petherbridge portion. Only Lord Graymarsh was wealthy in his own right. So how was it that the man with the least at stake should win the lovely lady's heart?
Characters:

Winfield Milbanke, Baron Graymarsh and Miss Sarah Romney


 

Miss Armstead Wears Black Gloves<br>and<br>Miss Romney Flies Too High

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Publisher:
Fawcett
Publish Date:
February 1997
Theme:
Anthology- Regency

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