A Rational Romance
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Elliot Malvern, 7th Marquis of Ullenwood, is very content with his bachelor lifestyle and with spending his fortune on the pleasurable pursuits of gambling and mistresses. Rosamond Beaumarsh is determined to remain unmarried and independent. What, then, could persuade them to plunge into an adventure that carries them to post-revolutionary Paris and plunges them into a hea...more
Hardcover, 224 pages
Published November 30th 2007 by Robert Hale (first published January 1st 2007)
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Rachel Knowles
"A Rational Romance" is a Georgian tale of romance and adventure set in 1803. Lord Ullenwood takes responsibility for Rosamund Beaumarsh when her grandfather commits suicide after gambling his fortune away. But is a marriage of convenience really what they both want?

I found the final scene a little disappointing and would have liked to have read more about the development of the relationship between Rosamund and Lord Ullenwood in France, but I really enjoyed this very readable romance.
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I write under the names of Melinda Hammond and Sarah Mallory.

I have been telling stories for as long as I can remember - many of them born of frustration when I was stuck in a classroom longing to be rescued! I love anything romantic, whether it is a grand opera or a beautiful painting. It doesn't necessarily have to be happy, as long as it is inspiring.

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