A Lady of Letters

A Lady of Letters Words of PassionIn high society circles Lady Augusta Hadley is expected to act demure and look pretty for the wife seeking lords of the ton To express her political views without fear of being ostrac

  • Title: A Lady of Letters
  • Author: Andrea Pickens
  • ISBN: 9780451201706
  • Page: 150
  • Format: Paperback
  • Words of PassionIn high society circles, Lady Augusta Hadley is expected to act demure and look pretty for the wife seeking lords of the ton To express her political views without fear of being ostracized, she pens editorials under the name Firebrand but despite her efforts to conform, her brash personality has made her a pariah among gentlemen cially with the EWords of PassionIn high society circles, Lady Augusta Hadley is expected to act demure and look pretty for the wife seeking lords of the ton To express her political views without fear of being ostracized, she pens editorials under the name Firebrand but despite her efforts to conform, her brash personality has made her a pariah among gentlemen cially with the Earl of Sheffield.Bored with the frivolous lifestyle of a notorious rake, Sheffield takes to politics and speaks of the country s social ills in Parliament Encouraged by the words of the Firebrand, he begins a correspondence, creating a close friendship with the mysterious writer But how would Sheffield react if he knew that Firebrand was actually Augusta a woman whose personality not only infuriates him, but arouses his ire with a passion he never believed he d find

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    About "Andrea Pickens"

    1. Andrea Pickens

      Andrea Pickens is a pseudonym for an author who has also written as Cara Elliott for Grand Central and Andrea Penrose for Kensington and NAL Her historical mysteries and romantic novels are set in Regency England, an era that has fascinated her ever since she picked up a copy of Jane Austen s Pride and Prejudice A graduate of Yale, she has won numerous writing awards, including two Daphne Du Maurier Awards for historical mystery, the Golden Leaf, and she s been a three time finalist for the prestigious RITA Award Her books have been translated into nine different languages.

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    1. Lady Augusta Hadley is too tall, too bony and too awkward to be of interest to the gentlemen of the ton. That's fine by her because she's not interested in marrying a mindless young dandy, she has more important things on her mind, like the issue of child labor. She writes radical inflammatory pamphlets under the name "Firebrand" as a way of airing her views since she is denied the opportunity to speak publicly because of her sex. She literally bumps into Alexander, the Earl of Sheffield, spilli [...]



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