Fated Folly

Genre: Historical Romance

For Fans Of

Georgette Heyer, Mary Balogh, Jo Beverley, Mary Jo Putney

Book Summary

He is powerfully male and older. She is a mischievous delight.

Clare beards the ogre in his den, and is instantly smitten with Rupert’s dynamic attraction. Her brother’s elopement ends with Clare compromised. She must marry Rupert’s cousin Ashendon, whom she detests, or Rupert himself. The promise of a radiant future evaporates as fate and Ashendon conspire against her. Can Clare overcome Rupert’s inner demons to save this uneven and improbable match?

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Oh I so loved this story! I am so happy that I sacrificed to buy it. It was full of intrigue, suspense, even laughter at some of her antics.

Written in a lovely, flowing style, 'Fated Folly' is an enchanting Regency with a thrillingly perfect ending. And readers will find the title of the novel wonderfully apt!

A lovely little turbulent romance, with excellent characters, both primary and secondary.

ABSOLUTELY and outstanding read. You feel as if you are the characters - great feelings, expressions and the plot keeps you entranced. Looking forward to the next in this authors Georgian Romances. Could not put this down a one day read!

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About the Author

A hybrid author, Elizabeth Bailey has written in different genres. Currently she is busy with her Lady Fan Mystery Series, published by Sapere Books, who are also bringing out her Brides by Chance Regency Adventures series.

She has also written two contemporary tales, both edging on the paranormal, plus a romantic suspense novella and a number of short romances, both modern and historical.

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.

A lifetime fan of Georgette Heyer, she finds it an honour when reviewers are kind enough to make favourable comparisons of her work with the doyenne of Regency Romance.

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