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[Reading] ➹ Miss Prestwick's Crusade (Signet Regency Romance) ➯ Anne Barbour – Bogou.us

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[Reading] ➹ Miss Prestwick's Crusade (Signet Regency Romance) ➯ Anne Barbour – Bogou.us
  • Paperback
  • 224 pages
  • Miss Prestwick's Crusade (Signet Regency Romance)
  • Anne Barbour
  • English
  • 07 April 2018
  • 9780451209627

    10 thoughts on “[Reading] ➹ Miss Prestwick's Crusade (Signet Regency Romance) ➯ Anne Barbour – Bogou.us


  1. says:

    A dnf at page 247 Don t think I can handle another 200 page of this long drawn out story It started out ok and then bogged down.


  2. says:

    Set in 1808, Miss Helen Prestwick has recently arrived from Evora, Portugal seeking to establish her nephew s rightful place as Earl.Edward Beresford is the reluctant 12th Earl of Camberwell The story involves art forgeries and theft.


  3. says:

    Miss Helen Prestwick has journeyed from her home in Portugal to England to crusade for her newborn nephew William to take his rightful place as the Earl of Camberwell She is convinced that William s father s cousin will not want to give up the title and wealth he has inherited When she, along with the baby and her duenna, show up at Camberwell Castle, they are welcomed by Edward if not his aunt and cousin Edward Beresford is a quiet, scholarly gentleman who never wished to become Earl When he sees the beautiful Helen, he is instantly smitten and invites her to stay while he investigates baby William s claim to the title When he learns that Helen is an art expert and her father is a noted art dealer, he invites Helen to stay and catalog the family s collection of art and objects d art Helen is suspicious of the faux Earl s motives Surely he can t be as nice as he seems Edward s Aunt Emily William s grandmother and cousin Artemis are kind if a bit silly but Aunt Emily s brother Stamford Welladay positively loathes Helen and mistrusts her every move As Helen and Edward become close friends, the friendship threatens to turn into something deeper Helen feels she must put a stop to that before her dark secrets become known and Edward turns from her forever meanwhile, come of the treasures seem to have gone missing...


  4. says:

    Edward Beresford, the twelfth Earl of Camberwell, is unmarried and lives at Whitehouse Abbey with his aunt, the Dowager Countess of Camberwell, her daughter, Artemis, 18, and the Countess s brother, Stamford Welladay Edward became the Earl when his nephew, Christopher, was killed in military action Miss Helen Prestwick and her duenna, Miss Barnstaple, have journeyed from Portugal with Helen s 6 month old nephew, William Helen s sister, Beatrice, married Christopher and gave birth to William and died soon after Helen is heading to Whitehouse Abbey to meet Christopher s family and introduce them to William Christopher Beresford, the real twelfth Earl of Camberwell.When Edward and his family encounter Helen and William, they are shocked at her claim However, they all immediately fall in love with William and agree to let them stay at the Abbey until it can be proven whether William is indeed the true and legitimate heir The problem is that Beatrice must have hidden the marriage certificate that would prove that she had married Christopher However, they were married by an English minister who has since returned to England The next step is to find this man to attest to the fact that he did indeed marry Christopher and Be...


  5. says:

    All in all, a fun read with a small mystery to keep things interesting for the full review please refer to


  6. says:

    Regency

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