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A sweetly sparkling Regency romance from New York Times bestselling author Brenda Hiatt A reluctant debutante Deirdre Wheaton doesn't mind being the lone ugly duckling among a flock of swans...read more
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This edition of book was issued in Kindle Edition. The volume of the book is 180 pages (approximate value, can be different depending on the edition). First book "The Ugly Duckling" was published in 1992.
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- The Ugly Duckling
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- 1992 year
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A sweetly sparkling Regency romance from New York Times bestselling author Brenda Hiatt A reluctant debutante Deirdre Wheaton doesn't mind being the lone ugly duckling among a flock of swans (her four beautiful sisters) until her mother insists she also have her London debut. Deirdre reluctantly agrees, but is far more interested in meeting celebrated poets and novelists t A sweetly sparkling Regency romance from New York Times bestselling author Brenda Hiatt A reluctant debutante Deirdre Wheaton doesn't mind being the lone ugly duckling among a flock of swans (her four beautiful sisters) until her mother insists she also have her London debut. Deirdre reluctantly agrees, but is far more interested in meeting celebrated poets and novelists than eligible bachelors.
In fact, her deepest, most secret desire is to publish her own poetry someday... until she meets the dashing Marquis of Wrotham. Once Cupid's arrow strikes, Deirdre has a difficult time thinking about anything other than the handsome nobleman. Determined to give love, the poet's most exalted emotion, a fair try, she enlists a sister's help to transform herself into an elegant woman of fashion in order to catch Lord Wrotham's eye.
Her plan is on the verge of succeeding when she learns that her intended apparently has an aversion to her first love-poetry! What to do? A prize worth pursuing Though long averse to matrimony, Edison Gates, Marquis of Wrotham must choose a bride for the succession to avoid having the title and estate fall to his feckless gamester cousin.
In Miss Deirdre Wheaton, Lord Wrotham believes he has finally found a woman who unites beauty, breeding, humor and intellect. When she suddenly grows cool toward him, he is at a loss to explain it. Can he convince the lovely Miss Wheaton that he is her perfect mate after all?
Originally published as "The Ugly Duckling"
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