If a lady is to become a countess, there are rules....
Number one: A lady does not attempt to come out in London society disguised as her deceased half sister.
Number two: A lady does not become enamored of her guardian, even when his masterful kisses and whispered words of affection tempt her beyond all endurance.
Number three: A lady may not climb barefoot from her bedroom onto a rose trellis nor engage in fisticuffs with riffraff, even if it is to rescue street urchins.
Number four: No matter how impossible the odds, a lady always gives her hand and her heart - though not necessarily in that order - to the one man who sees her as she truly is and loves her despite her flagrant disobedience of the rules for a lady.
A Lady's Lessons, in series order:
Rules for a Lady
Major Wyclyff's Campaign
Miss Woodley's Kissing Experiment
A Lady's Lessons (Box Set)
©2012 Katherine Grill (P)2015 Katherine Grill
"...comparable to notable Regency author Marian Devon." (Romantic Times BookClub Reviews)
Yes cause Fiona Thraille is an excellent narrator.
Everything she did was professionally done.
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