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During the Season, debutantes rush to London to find a man who'll fill their hearts with love--or their bankbooks with money. The Honorable Titania Stanhope is of the latter category. She simply has no choice--for her father has bequeathed his entire fortune to his mistress. Armed with velvet, dancing slippers, and a firm resolve, Titania heads to do battle in the ballroom in order to vanquish--and marry--a gentleman who can afford to keep her family from ruin.
Edwin Worthington, Earl of Oakley, wants nothing to do with money-grubbing young ladies. He wears scuffed boots and old jackets, allowing Society to regard him as the penniless black sheep of a wealthy family. But in reality he has a fortune--and no plan to marry--until he meets Titania, a woman whose sharp wit and keen mind are rivaled only by her lovely face. Can Edwin let go of his pride in order to follow his heart?
And then the TV broke.
She devoured every book of fiction in her well-read parents' library, finding special joy in Barbara Cartland, Georgette Heyer, C.S. Lewis, Anya Seton and the fairy tales collected and translated by Andrew Lang.
Megan majored in English literature at Barnard College She worked in the music industry for 15 years, editing and writing music reviews for a music industry trade magazine. Eventually, she became the Editor-in-Chief and went on to develop music industry conference programs.
Megan married one of her former interns and lives in Brooklyn, NY, with him and her son. Now that she stays at home, Megan has returned to reading and writing the fiction that was her first love.
I am a true hopeless romantic, absolutely obsessed with Regency Romances. I have stumbled upon the series of Signet Regency Romances, hoping they would be sweet and tame. Read morePublished on February 6, 2008 by Francy Bennett
I have read so many mediocre Historical romances lately, I was thrilled to finally find one I truly like. Witty, delightful and humorous, Titania is one of my favorite heroines. Read morePublished on January 6, 2006 by Judyrem
A Singular Lady is a delightful Regency debut. Titania may seem mercenary in her desire to marry well, but she certainly has good reasons - and her ultimate decision is one that... Read morePublished on December 9, 2005 by Nicole Hulst