By Amanda McCabe
A brand new great Regency. eager to discover London with no her chaperone, girl Emma Watson dons an easy maid's outfit and units out to find the city-and a brand new love.
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Natasha took a sheet of paper from her apron pocket and handed it to Emma. ” Emma unfolded it, and saw that it was her schedule for the next day. She scanned the list—luncheon with the Tsar and his sister, an afternoon carriage ride in the park with some duchess, a state banquet. She almost groaned. Her headache, gone so quickly when she watched the crowd of merrymakers, pressed down on her again. If only she could escape all that, for just one single, solitary day. She was so tired. Her entire body yearned for the freedom that could never be hers.
This is the Count and Countess Suvarov and their niece, Lady Emma Weston. ” Then he saw her. He drew in a sharp breath, suddenly speechless. She was as still and perfect as a marble figurine, her expression exquisitely polite but distant. Yet she was far more lovely than any figurine, or indeed any woman, he had ever seen. She was small and slender, with milk-white skin dramatically set off by deep brown eyes and shining black hair. Her nose was perhaps a shade too long, but her cheekbones were sharp and soaring.
All those different regiments, with all the names she would never be able to remember. It had gone on for hours, along with the English Prince Regent’s terrible jokes. She lifted a throbbing foot out of the water and examined it. If her feet became too horribly swollen, they would never fit into her satin slippers. Now, there was an idea! If she could not put her shoes on, she could not possibly attend the reception at this Lady Bransley’s house. It would never do to appear in her stockinged feet.
A Lady in Disguise by Amanda McCabe