|LC Classifications||PR9199.3.B424 L67 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||219 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||219|
|LC Control Number||88012147|
Lord Wraybourne's Betrothed: A Romance of Regency England by Jo Beverley Jo Beverley Jo Beverley was the New York Times bestselling author of the Rogue series and numerous other romance : Penguin Publishing Group. Lord Wraybourne's Betrothed book. Read 43 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Sheltered stuffy heiress Jane Sandiford is confused and /5. About Lord Wraybourne’s Betrothed From The New York Times bestselling author of A Lady?s Secret, a classic Regency romance back in print and in trade for the first time. Even if the handsome, debonair Lord Wraybourne is only marrying Jane Sandiford for her fortune?as she suspects?that does not diminish the powerful sway her betrothed seems to hold over her. Even if the handsome, debonair Lord Wraybourne is only marrying Jane Sandiford for her fortune'as she suspects'that does not diminish the powerful sway her betrothed seems to hold over her. The Sandiford Heiress has lived a sheltered life and is known for being stuffy, so her passionate responses to her fianc 's /5(5).
BOOK: Lord Wraybourne's Betrothed Lord Wraybourne was an intelligent, well-educated man of thirty-two, admired by all levels of society. He handled his fortune responsibly, played his part in the Lords without aspiring to political leadership, was an excellent host and an amiable guest. If his manner was detached that was only to be. Lord Wraybourne was a leader of fashion and would surely bring his wife to Town in due course. Then, at first or second hand, all would be able to assess Lord Wraybourne’s betrothed, the new entrant to the ranks of the ton.4/5(32). Lord Wraybourne's Betrothed () About book: This was Jo Beverley's first novel and is a decent start. The mystery plot would have been more interesting if I hadn't read some of the follow-up novels and already knew who the villain was. The denouement was . Lord Wraybourne's Betrothed: A Rouge Regency Romance. Jo Beverley View all online retailers. Rouge: red-hot romance books. It is the most talked about betrothal of the year. The strictly raised Sandiford heiress is to marry London’s most eligible man – the dashing and desirable Earl of Wraybourne. Jane knows Lord Wraybourne is only.
Apparently, it was Jo Beverley's first published book and it has some amazing elements including a very well-drawn hero in Lord Wraybourne. When it comes time to select a wife, Lord Wraybourne, upon the suggestion of a family relative, travels to Gloucestershire to the home of /5(15). For Jane was to wed the dashing Lord Wraybourne, a ranking member of the ton, and a vexingly handsome one at that. She'd been raised to expect a staid and passionless betrothal, and so the odd rush of emotion she felt each time Wraybourne came near seemed most irrational. Even if the handsome, debonair Lord Wraybourne is only marrying Jane Sandiford for her fortune-as she suspects-that does not diminish the powerful sway her betrothed seems to hold over her. The Sandiford Heiress has lived a sheltered life and is known for being stuffy, so her passionate responses to her fiancé's attentions catch her by surprise. Lord Wraybourne's Betrothed: A Romance of Regency England: Jo Beverley: Books - 4/5(1).