Maid of Honour

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Maid of Honour

Maid of Honour When her mother is incapacitated Lucilla Chambers reluctantly agrees to act as chaperone to her sister the beautiful young widow Lady Lairne Her attempts to protect her sister bring Lucilla into co

  • Title: Maid of Honour
  • Author: Melinda Hammond
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 201
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • When her mother is incapacitated, Lucilla Chambers reluctantly agrees to act as chaperone to her sister, the beautiful young widow, Lady Lairne Her attempts to protect her sister bring Lucilla into conflict with the notorious Dominic Vanderley and soon she finds that it is her own honour that is threatened But escaping to her childhood home does not solve her problems RWhen her mother is incapacitated, Lucilla Chambers reluctantly agrees to act as chaperone to her sister, the beautiful young widow, Lady Lairne Her attempts to protect her sister bring Lucilla into conflict with the notorious Dominic Vanderley and soon she finds that it is her own honour that is threatened But escaping to her childhood home does not solve her problems Regency Romance by Melinda Hammond originally published by Robert Hale London

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    One thought on “Maid of Honour

    1. Lyuda on said:

      Bland, uninspiring traditional regency with a big misunderstanding trope. Add to this a significant age difference between H and h and his constant reference to her as a child and I was ready to be done with this book at 40%.

    2. H2bourne on said:

      A very well paced and satisfying story. The ending was not too abrupt. There were a few twists to the story which made it engrossing although it was not too difficult to figure that everything would work out in the end. Lucilla blossoms from her innocence to maturity but never becomes hardened despite her experiences. Her older sister, Charlotte, is a disagreeable, selfish, and spoilt beauty but eventually her sisterly loves shines through once her life is settled to her satisfaction. The realis [...]

    3. Rachel Knowles on said:

      This is another easy-to-read Regency romance by Melinda Hammond. Lucille Chambers goes in her mother's stead to play chaperon to her beautiful widowed sister, Charlotte, Lady Lairne. I thought this scenario was a bit unlikely, but it makes the story work, so I let this go. I have often seen characters like Lucy and Dominic Vanderley (the love interest), but it is more unusual to come across such a perfectly vile character as the self-obsessed Charlotte. The final section of the book is set in Br [...]

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