Sweet Sacrifice

Genre: Historical Romance
$2.99

For Fans Of

Georgette Heyer, Mary Balogh, Mary Jo Putney

Book Summary

A disguised runaway falls into the hands of an unsuspecting rake.

Driven to flight to escape the machinations of her relatives, Clementina is appalled to find herself in worse trouble. Who is this devilishly attractive man? What will he do with her?

Intrigued by the beautiful girl he has captured, Jake takes pains to protect her reputation. But Clementina proves a handful. When her Nemesis turns up, she escapes Jake, only to end up in the enemy’s hands.

Will Jake’s dramatic rescue settle it all? Or will his drastic solution prove worse than the problem?

Testimonials

Clementina takes her fate into play escaping her family's designs
for an arranged marriage. She disguises herself as a London street urchin. but Lord Sothern steps into the picture...
Great romantic historical adventure.
(A Customer, Amazon)

I chose five stars for this fabulous if far- fetched tale because it engaged me fully from the first page and I was looking for another feisty heroine after Mademoiselle at Arms (Another Elizabeth Bailey gorgeous romping tale). This one certainly delivers the goods and the truth is I found it impossible to put down,
What I particularly enjoyed apart from the gorgeous lively interchanges between the lovers were Ms. Bailey's descriptions of the street scenes in Regency London. Her writing is descriptive and so full of life that you are transported to another world.
A great story that delivers everything one wants from a Regency Romance!
(Mrs CA Bird, Amazon)

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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