Do Be Sensible, Miss Wynchcomb

Sarah Richmond
Do Be Sensible, Miss Wynchcomb
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Publisher
The Wild Rose Press
Release Date
July 2016
ISBN
9781509208692
Genre
Historical Romance

SUMMARY
Always so sensible, Constance Wynchcomb, companion to Lady Caddick-Boyle, has lost her heart to the most gallant of gentlemen. At least, that's how Evan Galsworthy presents himself.

When Evan asks to court Constance, his background is called into question. His mother died in childbirth and the whereabouts of his father is unknown. Her ladyship won't allow a man of dubious pedigree in her house.

In hot pursuit of his parentage, Evan discovers a family secret that makes him unworthy of Constance's love. He breaks off their courtship before she learns the painful truth of his past.

Her heart broken, Constance is bereft by Evan's sudden dismissal of her affections.

When she's told Evan has gone missing, she does what no sensible woman would do. She goes looking for him to demand an explanation.

Is she prepared for what she will find? Will love be enough to heal their wounds?

Book Review by Rachel's Willful Thoughts (reviewer)
Jan 09, 2017   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
53 people found the following review helpful
Constance Wynchcomb has resigned herself to living as a companion for a distant relative. When a chance encounter happens with Evan Galsworthy, her hopes and dreams get kicked into overdrive.

DO BE SENSIBLE MISS WYNCHCOMB by Sarah Richmond is a witty Regency tale that packs a significant amount of depth. While on the surface it appears to be a courtship between two people, one of whom happens to be a blue stocking type female, the drama surrounding Evan's past highlights an important social issue.

The heat level, while mild, blends well with the story. With plenty of interesting characters to provide entertainment, this was a fun story to read.
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