The Mannequin by S.G. Rogers
About the Book
ubrey Whittingham lost everything when his family drowned in a ferryboat accident, including the will to live. His neighbor Rosamund tries desperately to bring him back from the brink of despair, but the beastly young duke fights her every step of the way. His feelings for her deepen, and when she departs for London, he vows to regain his health and woo her properly. Unfortunately, she disappears before he has the chance.
Rosamund is admired and praised as a mannequin for an exclusive London modiste, but her life is empty without the man to whom she gave her heart. Now, just when happiness seems within her grasp, jealous rivals conspire to ruin her dreams.
Can a beastly duke and a beautiful mannequin ever achieve a fairytale ending?
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About the Author
Suzanne G. Rogers lives with her husband and son in romantic Savannah, Georgia, on an island populated by deer, exotic birds, and the occasional gator. She's owned by two Sphynx cats, Houdini and Nikita. Movies, books, and writing sweet young adult fiction are her passions. Follow her blog at http://suzannegrogers.com/
The inspiration for Author S.G. Rogers’s book The Mannequin came from a trendsetting courtesan, Catherine Walters (1839-1920), also known as “Skittles.” This brilliant story is a regency historical fiction with a bit of a Cinderella and Beauty and the Beast combination entwined within. This is a story readers will not want to put down and will not soon forget. A story written in the enchanting regency era, with delightful characters, including Aubrey, a man who has lost everything, and Rosamund a young woman whom is mistreated by her aunt and uncle, this charming and engaging story will capture the attention of readers for hours. I would recommend this story to readers that enjoy regency and historical fiction novels.
Genre: romance, historical fiction, regency; fairytale
Publisher: Idunn Court Publishing
Publication date: September 3, 2015
Number of pages: 221
Content Rating: PG
Book Rating: 5 stars
A review copy of this book was provided by E-books for Review.
1/21/2016 04:17:55 pm
You have my interest piqued. I like historical fiction books. I have added this to my to be read list.
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