Daughters of England

Daughters of England

Book - 1995
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Baker & Taylor
A rogue marries an innocent young girl, fathers her child even though he has another wife, and later tries to force his daughter into an arranged marriage to secure his estate

Blackwell North Amer
Sarah Standish, a naive girl of humble means, defies her parents to run off to become an actress on the London stage. She soon develops a friendship with the well-to-do Lord Rosslyn, a man with more than friendship on his mind. The innocent Sarah weds Rosslyn, and she is pregnant by the time she learns that Rosslyn has another wife. She flees with her daughter, Kate, but dies while Kate is still very young.
Lord Rosslyn's intrigue does not end with Sarah's death; his greed eventually fixes on Kate as a means of securing the fate of Rosslyn Manor through an arranged marriage - a fate that Kate is determined to deny him.

Baker
& Taylor

In the author's final novel, a rogue marries an innocent young girl, fathers her child even though he has another wife, and later tries to force his daughter into an arranged marriage to secure his estate. Lit Guild & Doubleday.

Publisher: New York : Putnam's, c1995.
ISBN: 9780399140235
0399140239
Branch Call Number: CAR
Characteristics: 308 p. ; 23 cm.

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