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The Duke's Decision (Regency Romance)

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Every night Beth slept on two pieces of sack cloth stuffed with old leaves and dried grass in a soot- stained, one room home. She’d wake hungry every morning and dodge through the streets of Regency London to find flowers to sell at the market, praying it would be enough to get her a loaf of bread.

More often than not, she would have to survive on what little she could sal
Kindle Edition, 60 pages
Published September 24th 2016
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Bettye McKee
Oct 13, 2016 rated it really liked it
An excellent story

Instead of covering the storyline, which is excellent, I want to tell you what great characters people the story and how well their lives and emotions and thoughts are portrayed.

Beth, a flower seller, beaten and starved and broken by poverty and despair; Georgette, rich and spoiled and trying to shirk her responsibilities; Jane, observant and kind; the Duke with no name, understanding and intelligent; and many more.

If I had proofread this book, I would have corrected 16 errors.
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