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Historical
  • Author:
    Sandra Wilson
  • ISBN:
    0709090005
  • ISBN13:
    978-0709090007
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  • Publisher:
    Robert Hale Ltd (September 30, 2010)
  • Pages:
    224 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Historical
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Chapter One. Curzon Street. On that same wet, windswept September night, a single light glimmered in Richmond House, a fine old mansion overlooking the town of Stroud, right on the edge of the Cotswold Hills

Chapter One. On that same wet, windswept September night, a single light glimmered in Richmond House, a fine old mansion overlooking the town of Stroud, right on the edge of the Cotswold Hills. Stroud was built upon wool, for thereabouts the streams ran fast and clear, ideal for the many mills producing the fine woolen cloth for which Gloucestershire had been famous since the Middle Ages.

The wrong Miss Richmond. Books for People with Print Disabilities. by. Wilson, Sandra, 1944-. Half-sisters Jane and Christina Richmond are like chalk and cheese, but they adore each other nonetheless. Jane is lighthearted and impulsive; Christina is quiet and reserved. Jane's fortune wins an advantageous arranged match with Robert, Lord St. Clement, and the sisters and their widowed father travel to Bath for the betrothal. Internet Archive Books.

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This book is well written and has believable people in it, but didn't really stand out from the crowd despite the inclusion of ballooning.

Christina Richmond and her sister Jane were opposites. Christina loved books and shunned society, while Jane reveled in being a star

Christina Richmond and her sister Jane were opposites  . Christina Richmond and her sister Jane were opposites. Christina loved books and shunned society, while Jane reveled in being a star. Mr. Richmond had arranged a marriage between Jane and Lord St. Clement, and they were to meet at a ball in Bath. But it was Christina who saw him first, and lost her heart to him. Jane seemed determined to admire a ballonist! Regency Romance by Sandra Heath; originally published by Signet.

Christina loved books and shunned society . Regency Romance by Sandra Heath; originally published by Signet The Wrong Miss Richmond - eBook.

Christina loved books and shunned society, while Jane reveled in being a star.

Linnet Carlisle had fallen in love with Nicholas Fenton, Lord Fane. Tansy Richardson, an orphan, would accompany her spoiled cousin Amanda back to England, where Amanda would make an advantageous match. But he was accused of cheating her uncle out of his estate, and she disappeared to the Lake District for a year. Judith Jordan was a demirep reputed to have Lord Fane as her lover. But Lady Venetia and her half-brother Benedict Gresham entered the scene, to make everything much more complicated. The ladies survived a shipwreck, but it was Martin Ballard, a spy for the British, who rescued them from pirates.

Half-sisters Jane and Christina Richmond are like chalk and cheese, but they adore each other nonetheless. Jane, is light-hearted and impulsive, whereas Christina, the elder, is quiet and reserved, with modest expectations. Jane's fortune wins an advantageous arranged match with Robert, Lord St. Clement, and the sisters and their widowed father travel to Bath for the betrothal. Things soon go wrong as Jane is lured into folly, thanks to the dashing American balloonist, William Grenfell. As the future Lady St. Clement makes an exhibition of herself above Bath's rooftops, Christina is obliged to scurry around trying to save Jane from herself. Meanwhile, Christina has growing feelings for enigmatic Lord St. Clement, whose attitude is strangely ambiguous. Is she fated to forever remain the wrong Miss Richmond?