A Lady in Name

Genre: Historical Romance

For Fans Of

Georgette Heyer, Mary Balogh

Book Summary

Lucy’s world turns upside down when she learns she is the love child of the Earl of Pennington, and not the late vicar’s daughter. Who is she really? Where does she belong? An impossible romance – unless Stefan, the new Earl, can help Lucy find the truth.


A good regency romance has you crying and full of angst until the end when the lovers get their happy ending and the villains are left unhappy and alone. I had strong emotional reactions throughout the story and felt very connected to the characters. I enjoyed the experience. Lucy and Stefan are the perfect regency romance couple to spend some time and celebrate with as they get the life they deserve.
(The Romance Reviews on Amazon)

The book held me from the very beginning, as steeped in mystery, and written in such vivid detail, I found myself intrigued to the last page.
I highly recommend this book if you like, mystery, intrigue and passion!
(Mrs B J Martin on Amazon)

If you are like me, a fan of Austen, Hyer, those who wrote CLEAN romance without the smut, then I believe that you will find this book to be quite enjoyable. There is minor reference to dalliances and bed play, but not many details are given so that you get a vague picture and are spared the intense graphics that so many "romance" novels provide.
Yes, it is a relatively quick read, I finished the whole book in a few hours, but the book was enjoyable.
(Modest Prude on Amazon)

About the Author

A hybrid author, Elizabeth Bailey has written in different genres. Currently she is busy with Regency Romance, writing every day. her new series Brides by Chance has just launched with In Honour Bound and Book Two rolls in just before Christmas. Meanwhile, Elizabeth's Georgian Romance series keeps growing and she is planning on getting out Book Three of her Lady Fan Mystery series.

She thinks of her other genre as edgy women's fiction. Romantic suspense runs alongside books touching on the paranormal. And she is also putting out a series of short romances.

Elizabeth is an avid reader herself and much of her time is spent helping authors achieve publishable manuscripts. As a sometime actress, drama teacher and theatre director, her writing is fuelled with her experiences of drama and the demands of the stage.

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