A Lady of Talent

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Penguin Group USA, 2005 - Fiction - 214 pages
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Sebastian, Earl of Charrington, is betrothed to a suitable match, but dreams of a beauty in a painting. When he commissions the artist to paint his bride-to-be, he discovers that the work was a self-portait, and that the woman of his dreams is very real indeed.

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So a librarian (or someone) who never reads romances created a genre list for libraries to have and included this author (though my local library didn't have that particular book, so I took out ... Read full review

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Sebastian, Earl of Charrington, has decided it's time to marry. For years, he's been in love with a woman in a painting, but he's finally convinced himself that no woman could live up to the image he ... Read full review


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EVELYN RICHARDSON was born on a small island off the tip of Nova Scotia and studied at Dalhousie University. In 1930 she joined her husband in caring for the Bon Portage Island light. Her account of these years was her acclaimed book "We Keep a Light".Canadian Author

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