A Country Masquerade

Uncommon Lords and Ladies, Book Two

A Sweet Regency Romance

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A Country Masquerade by Margaret McGaffey Fisk

Author: Margaret McGaffey Fisk
Publisher: TTO Publishing
eBook Publication Date: Oct 2014
Print Publication Date: Nov 2014
Formats: Mobi (Kindle), ePub (Nook, Kobo, etc.), PDF, and print
eBook ISBN-13: 978-1-63139-007-4
Print ISBN-13: 978-1-63139-008-1
Print page count: 280

Short Description

Unthinking criticism, bad timing, and a young lady’s stubborn nature turn the perfect match into a recipe for disaster.

Long Description

Lady Barbara Whitfeld’s dreams are shattered when she overhears a harsh condemnation from the one lord she’s set her heart on. If he thinks her frivolous then she’ll show Lord Aubrey St. Vincent just how frivolous she can be. Despite popularity with the ton, and the gossip an absence will provoke, Lady Barbara is banished to her uncle’s farm in the hopes she’ll learn maturity.

Lord Aubrey believes in true love, but finds none among the season’s debutantes who provokes even the slightest interest. No one, that is, until Lady Barbara gives him a cut direct in Hyde Park. After fruitless searching, he learns she quit London before he could discover how he offended her. Lord Aubrey heads to the country to escape the season only to find himself drawn to a young farm girl, none other than Lady Barbara in country guise.

Can Aubrey overcome his qualms about her unsuitability before Barbara’s plans to teach him a lesson destroy any chance they might have?

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Review By Anna Lyall on May 21, 2015

…very good for escaping from the stress of life… (read more on Smashwords at the bottom of the book page)

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