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Release day: Gentleman Wanted

8 September 2017

Today is the official release of Gentleman Wanted by Isabella Hargreaves (ebook, self-published). Here’s the blurb:

Is what a widow needs, really what she wants?

Widow Selena Hartnell is deep in debt and faced with prison. Her managing friend, Barbara, Baroness De Ritz decrees Selena needs a wealthy husband – fast!

Guy, Viscount Rushcroft needs a wife to oversee his six motherless children who are running wild.

Barbara decides Selena and the Viscount are perfectly suited, and launches into matchmaking mode. The outcome of her scheming will surprise you.

Isabella dropped by today to tell us a little about this book:

We often think of Regency-era widows as enjoying much more freedom than their single or married sisters. If left financially secure, they have some hope of remaining independent of male control. If impoverished by their husband’s death, then they must either return to their family and thus their father’s or brother’s control; or marry again. This is the dilemma that my heroine, Selena Hartnell, faces. When considering a setting for the story, a recent visit to the popular Regency spa town of Bath gave me good insight into that town’s layout and feel. With its Georgian architecture, its Bath stone building material, its Society, and its own social season, Bath seemed the ideal location! I hope you enjoy this light-hearted Regency-era novella.

You can find out more about this book at Isabella’s website or buy it from Amazon.

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One Comment leave one →
  1. Lynette williams permalink
    8 September 2017 9:01 am

    Congratulations on the release another good read

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