A Wife for Warminster

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Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated, May 1, 1991 - Fiction - 224 pages
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At first it seemed that Miss Elizabeth Newmarch had found a perfect position as companion to wealthy, witty and kindly Lady Honora Trevor. But Elizabeth's new position soon became awkward in the extreme. Honora was determined that her notorious nephew, the Earl of Warminster, enter into wedlock. And Elizabeth was enlisted to find a bride to make Warminster mend his wicked, wicked ways. How could Elizabeth induce a dazzling beauty like Lady Georgina Barley to wed Warminster? How could she possibly put this tender young innocent into his callous hands? And, more to the point, how could Elizabeth allow another woman to possess this libertine lord she wanted so desperately for herself.

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About the author (1991)

Summerville studied art, history and journalism in college. She is the author of 15 novels. She lives in northern Illinois and enjoys romantic poetry, painting, gardening, and vegetarian cookery.

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