by Pentland .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||199|
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Forgotten Fiancee book. Read 19 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. I read this novel after I finished The Runaway Duchess (which I enjoyed) but I needed to write this review first before writing one on that entertaining story. I just ha A forgotten bride Deserted on her wedding day at sixteen, her groom at twenty /5(19). This book is both a riveting yarn and an informative history, beautifully written and with lots of commentary relevant to today's world. The Duchess is a fascinating character with great intelligence and magnetism, and the book does an incredible job of bringing her and her contemporaries to life/5(20). About the book "And into your arms I go, to lose my mind and find my soul " For Miss Ethel Pates, working at her uncle’s apothecary is everything she has ever known. In charge of her healer’s shop, she spends her days mixing herbs and trying to solve a mystery: her own parents' death. Extended EpilogueOne Year Later Ethel Woodmore, the Marchioness of Kingshill and the Countess of Mattingley, wore a dress of fine, lilac silk. Her dark curls were pulled back and half-hidden by her silk hat, lined with delicate floral embroidery and peach-colored flowers. She’d began the morning feeling slightly ill, and although Ethel had suspicions about the [ ].