The Marquis Takes a Wife

The Marquis Takes a Wife Librarian s note Alternate cover edition of ISBN X e It can t be true Beth said to herself How can I love a man I met only a week ago In a way however she had known him much longer ever

  • Title: The Marquis Takes a Wife
  • Author: Rachel Lindsay
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 235
  • Format: Paperback
  • Librarian s note Alternate cover edition of ISBN 0 373 70688 X.e It can t be true, Beth said to herself How can I love a man I met only a week ago In a way, however, she had known him much longer ever since she d first arrived at Powys months before Every family portrait she studied, every page of family history she read, contained something of Yorke Powys.But hissLibrarian s note Alternate cover edition of ISBN 0 373 70688 X.e It can t be true, Beth said to herself How can I love a man I met only a week ago In a way, however, she had known him much longer ever since she d first arrived at Powys months before Every family portrait she studied, every page of family history she read, contained something of Yorke Powys.But hiss life was disastrously marked by the bye he d harbored for the unknown Anne Suddenly, Beth was angry at Yorke for wasting all he had to offer.She might be a fool, but he was a bigger one

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      Rachel Lindsay

    About Author

    1. aka Roberta Leigh, Janey Scott, Rozella LakeRita Shulman was born in London, England She developed a big interest inart In 1948, she married Michael Lewin and they had a son, Jeremy.She began writing with her first published romance novel in 1950, and shecontinued published romance novels as Roberta Leigh, Rachel Lindsay,Roumelia Lane and Rozella Lake and as her maiden name Janey Scott She was one of the firstwriters to introduce strong career minded heroines who wouldn t be bossedaround by the hero.She had her own film company and wrote and produced 7 TV series forchildren Twizzle, Sarah Hoppity, Torchy and Space Patrol etc As well aswriting the stories, Roberta Leigh also wrote the music for her series,although this usually involved her humming or singing the tune into a taperecorder, after which someone else would arrange and write a score.She studied painting with Diana Raphael and Michael Chaitow, and theyawakened her interest in abstract art Her medium is oil, and watercolour inits various forms This is done either on paper, or paper bonded on canvasor on board Her work is deeply emotional, and during a painting sessionmany paintings may be discarded before a state of transcendental calm isobtained Only then does the true process of creation begin Her firstexhibition was held at the home of Robert Brenner, founder of the Instituteof Safety Analysis, Washington DC and the commissions which followed delayedher next exhibition for two years This was at the Podbury Gallery inLondon where she remained until the owner retired She then went toFinnegans Gallery in Mayfair, and remained there until it closed due toWendy Finnegan s ill health.She now works privately for clients in England, North America andSwitzerland But, romantic fiction has a special place in her life Shelives in London, loves children, dogs and cats and, since the death of herhusband, finds her romance in the books.

    One thought on “The Marquis Takes a Wife

    1. This book was publishes a year before I was born and had a swarthy Mills Boon was teeming with swarthy men hero, an unassuming heroine with a strong core of integrity and the tried and tested formula of simmering tension, tart barbs and fake engagements masking le grand passion.And I have preserved this book because it was the first Mills Boon romance that I had laid my freshly spawned puberty hands on The fact that the plot was engaging, the language, impeccable and the hero rather scrumptious [...]


    2. Again with the love at first sight, make believe engagement But still I enjoyed the book But I do sense a theme


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