Half-sisters Jane and Christina Richmond are like chalk and cheese, but they adore each other nonetheless. Jane, is light-hearted and impulsive, whereas Christina, the elder, is quiet and reserved, with modest expectations. Jane's fortune wins an advantageous arranged match with Robert, Lord St. Clement, and the sisters and their widowed father travel to Bath for the betrothal. Things soon go wrong as Jane is lured into folly, thanks to the dashing American balloonist, William Grenfell. As the future Lady St. Clement makes an exhibition of herself above Bath's rooftops, Christina is obliged to scurry around trying to save Jane from herself. Meanwhile, Christina has growing feelings for enigmatic Lord St. Clement, whose attitude is strangely ambiguous. Is she fated to forever remain the wrong Miss Richmond?
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Sandra was born in South Wales, but spent a great deal of her childhood in Ulster and Germany. She has lived in Gloucestershire since marrying forty years ago, and has one daughter and two grandchildren. Published worldwide, her early books were set around the Wars of the Roses, but now she mainly writes about the Regency period. Her other books, also published by Robert Hale, include The Makeshift Marriage, Lady Jane's Ribbons and Hide and Seek.Review:
"A real page turner...This is one I could happily read again." Historical Novels Review "Beautifully descriptive." Red Roses for Authors"
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