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Read Á Lady Barbara's Dilemma 106 ¾ When Lord Peter Rushcliffe asks Lady Barbara to be his wife she doesn't hesitate to accept But after he forbids her to see an old family friend and makes light of her devotion to the piano Barbara is left with only one diversion Alex Gower a dangerously attractive rogue who's intent on introducing Barbara to a fEe an old family friend and makes light of her devotion to the piano Barbara is left with only one diversion Alex Gower. I really enjoyed reading this traditional regency Lady Barbara is betrothed to Lord Peter the perfect match when she makes friends with Sir David Trèves She is also a pianist who gets attracted to a traveling musician from Scotland Alex Gower She needs to decide which man is the perfect match for her What was unusual about the story was the secondary romance between Sir David Trèves and Deborah who were Jews and facing prejudice and ineuality at the time It was well written

Read ¸ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Ç Marjorie Farrell

When Lord Peter Rushcliffe asks Lady Barbara to be his wife she doesn't hesitate to accept But after he forbids her to s. I thoroughly enjoyed this I found the book as I was looking for historical fiction that included Jewish characters as I am the product of a mixed marriage whose Jewish ancestors have lived in the UK since the 1860s That Jewish presence is rarely reflected in historical romance This dealt with it beautifully as although the secondary character was Jewish we see how the heroine Lady Barbara finds the prejudice of others unacceptable and how both she and Sir David Treves the Jewish nobleman realise they can only be happy if they are true to themselves Lovely

Marjorie Farrell Ç 6 Free read

Lady Barbara's DilemmaA dangerously attractive rogue who's intent on introducing Barbara to a few diversions of his own Original Regency Roman. 3Not bad though couldn’t connect muchLiked sir David’s Jewish part of story than main romance Liked hero who understood his heart better than heroine who was confused