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An Angel's Touch

3.65  ·  Rating details ·  17 Ratings  ·  2 Reviews
Miss Verity Lambourn found she had no choice about accompanying elderly Lady Crossens to Tunbridge Wells, but she didn't mind. Far from husband-hunting, Verity had other plans in mind which would make full use of her vivid imagination! But dreaming didn't stop her impetuous rescue of two small children, nor cause her to back down from their stern father. When she discovere ...more
Published by Masquerade (first published October 9th 1992)
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Lindsay Townsend
'An Angel's Touch' has a Byronic, brooding, wounded hero in Henry. In the novel, Elizabeth Bailey deftly shows him as a man with all-too-human flaws, one who through overwhelming guilt after a dreadful accident has closed himself off from his surviving children. He is lame, too, and that serious infirmity never leaves him.

Into his tormented world comes Verity, a parson's daughter, one of a large family. She is warm, candid and direct. Verity has also known loss but she has the courage and warmth
Not a bad little book. Nothing earth shattering or ground breaking but a pleasant enough way to spend a rainy Sunday.

The h is 18 and away for the first time to Tunbridge Wells which lost its cache years ago.

She has a bunch of run-ins with a man she believes to be working for the marquis. And things progress from there.

I will say she has a very full day when she heads off to see the old estate. I'm amazed she gets back in time for dinner. But she's intrepid and plucky, our Verity.
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An avid reader from an early age, Elizabeth Bailey grew up in colonial Africa under unconventional parentage and with theatre in the blood. Back in England, she trod the boards until discovering her true métier as a writer in her thirties, when she fulfilled an early addiction to Georgette Heyer by launching into historical romance. Eight years and eight books later, Elizabeth joined the Harlequin ...more
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