A Lady of High Regard (Ladies of Liberty Book #1)
Born into affluence, Mia Stanley is a winsome socialite with a knack for matchmaking. She's also a writer for Godey's Lady's Book magazine, much to the disdain of her family--and their society friends. A proper young lady of her social standing isn't meant to labor in such a way, but Mia has always had a way with words...
When her writing draws her into the world of downtrodden seamen's wives on Philadelphia's docks, Mia uncovers a scheme that puts her in harm's way. But her heart ends up on the line as well...Has her determination to always make a match driven away the one man whose esteem she covets?
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Review: A Lady of High Regard (Ladies of Liberty #1)User Review - Lexi - Goodreads
A really good book!Kind of slow in the beginning because of the dialouge... But besides that a great book!! Read full review
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Review: A Lady of High Regard (Ladies of Liberty #1)User Review - Debbie - Goodreads
Tracie Paterson takes the plot from Emma and gives it some suspense. A fun read. Read full review
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