Letters to a Wallflower

· Deb Marlowe
Ebook
102
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This book will become available on May 14, 2024. You will not be charged until it is released.

About this ebook

Letters.


Miss Helen Crawford had written them to express her adolescent adoration of  her brother’s friend, Mr. Benjamin Hargrave.  She’d written them to purge her longing, to ease her emotions, so that she would be able to face him without appearing a fool.


She had not written them for him to read.


And yet, he did.  Somehow.  And worse, he’d shared them with the ton.


Her first Season was ruined.  She was mocked, ridiculed, branded a wallflower and left to fade into the background.


Until now.  Now she was ready to dazzle them all.  To show them what they’d been missing.  And then she would reject them all, as they had done to her.


It was going swimmingly.  Until someone began to write letters to her.


And if she didn’t stop it, they were going to ruin everything.

About the author

USA Today Bestselling author Deb Marlowe grew up with her nose in a book. Luckily, she'd read enough romances to recognize the hero she met at a college Halloween party - even though he wore a tuxedo t-shirt instead of breeches and boots. They married, settled in North Carolina and raised two handsome, funny and genuinely intelligent boys.


A Golden Heart winner and Rita nominee, Deb writes Regency Romance and Victorian Mysteries..


A proud geek, history buff and story addict, she loves to talk with readers! Find her discussing books, movies, TV, recipes and her infamous Men in Boots on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest. Find out Behind the Book details and interesting historical tidbits at deb@debmarlowe.com

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