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A Season Of Virtues

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When the Earl of Whitshire unexpectedly finds himself playing host to Sir Loyal Virtue's two marriageable daughters and their young brother, it complicates his secret pastime: the investigation of baffling murders. But soon, Miss Honor Virtue, captivated by the irrepressible Earl, is swept away in a whirlwind of sinister secrets and intriguing romance.
Paperback, 256 pages
Published January 1st 1999 by Zebra
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Linda
This is a light, slightly humorous regency, that the reader should not take seriously. I enjoyed it for some of the goofiness though the story was not what I would consider a true-to-type historical romance from this era. If you want Georgette Heyer's or Patricia Veryan's class of story, you won't find it here.

The Earl of Whitshire has managed to avoid marriage. He is 32 years old and his mother has finally decided to take matters into her own hands. The three Virtues: Honor, Prudence and Justic...more
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Since the publication of Amelia's Intrigue in 1995, Judith A. Lansdowne's Regency romances have received critical acclaim, garnered awards and entertained thousands of romance readers. Ms. Lansdowne began writing full-time in 1992, but it was only after her daughter introduced her to Regency romances that her work was published.

She grew up in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Following graduation from St. Josep...more
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