A Sea Change

A Sea Change ONCE BITTENMiss Augusta Webb was a chit of a girl when she fell in love with handsome dashing Robert Darnley She believed his vows steeled herself to defy her family for him only to have him vanish

  • Title: A Sea Change
  • Author: Caroline Brooks Rebecca Baldwin
  • ISBN: 9780451149572
  • Page: 479
  • Format: Paperback
  • ONCE BITTENMiss Augusta Webb was a chit of a girl when she fell in love with handsome, dashing Robert Darnley She believed his vows, steeled herself to defy her family for him only to have him vanish along with her faith in love and her dreams of happiness.Augusta was a woman now, beautiful, sophisticated, an author of enthralling romances, and pursued by suitors she sONCE BITTENMiss Augusta Webb was a chit of a girl when she fell in love with handsome, dashing Robert Darnley She believed his vows, steeled herself to defy her family for him only to have him vanish along with her faith in love and her dreams of happiness.Augusta was a woman now, beautiful, sophisticated, an author of enthralling romances, and pursued by suitors she scorned She told herself that she detested Mr Darnley and would never let herself be hurt by such a man again.But when she fled the distractions of London for the calm of a seaside cottage to finish her latest romance, she found herself face to face with Robert Darnley again and now there could be no escape from testing the strength of her proud resolve against the strength of his hold upon her heart.

    One thought on “A Sea Change”

    1. A traditional regency. It's the old guy-leaves-girl-and-shows-up-years-later-with-no-explanation plot. No good reason for either of them to still be available.

    2. I found the back blurb of this book very misleading. Although the book alludes to the events that took place 10 years ago it does so only briefly. Besides the reference to it when the two main characters first meet again, there is no more mention of it except on a very guarded conversation where, to my view, nothing really is explained. Besides that, Augusta, who I feel should be at least a bit upset and demanding explanations, seems to forget the matter as soon as her brother tells her their fa [...]

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