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A comfortable wife / Stephanie Laurens.

By: Laurens, Stephanie [author.].
Series: Laurens, Stephanie, Regency: book 5.Publisher: Richmond, Surrey : Mira, 2008Description: 361 p. ; 20 cm.ISBN: 9780778302377 ; 0778302377.Subject(s): Upper class -- England -- History -- 1801-1900 -- Fiction | Man-woman relationships -- England -- Fiction | Courtship -- Fiction | Great Britain -- History -- 1760-1820 -- FictionGenre/Form: Historical fiction. | Love stories.DDC classification: 823.92 Summary: Miss Anonia Mannering had made plans, and Lord Philip Ruthven featured largely. They had been childhood friends, but had not seen each other for years. She knew Philip was popular with the ladies, but he had never married any of them. Wouldn't he now be ready to set up his nursery? If she could prove to him that she could run his home, not disgrace him in Society, and be a comfortable wife for him, surely he would be prompted to propose to her - that she might fall in love had never occurred to her!
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With Lord Philip Ruthven's close friend Harry Lester recently married, Antonia Mannering only hopes she can convince Philip of the bliss marriage brings, that she can run his home and not disgrace him in society. But is Philip ready to set up his nursery - with Antonia as his wife?

Originally published: Richmond: Mills & Boon, 1997.

Miss Anonia Mannering had made plans, and Lord Philip Ruthven featured largely. They had been childhood friends, but had not seen each other for years. She knew Philip was popular with the ladies, but he had never married any of them. Wouldn't he now be ready to set up his nursery? If she could prove to him that she could run his home, not disgrace him in Society, and be a comfortable wife for him, surely he would be prompted to propose to her - that she might fall in love had never occurred to her!

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