by Regency House Publishers .
Written in English
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Lord Fenmore's Wager: Regency Romance Kindle Edition by Alissa Baxter (Author)/5(3). Lord Fenmore’s Wager is sweet and very charming. There are no real villains in the book and no big conflict. There are no real villains in the book and no big conflict. It’s a story of two people who fall in love, played out against the backdrop of Regency society. Lord Fenmore's Wager book. Read 5 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. In a wager with the Earl of Fenmore, young Anthony Hamilton gam /5(5). A new series of six books. Books 1, 2, 3 and 4 are now out, and book 5 is available to pre-order. NOW OUT! Sisters of Woodside Mysteries: All books in the series are now available. OUT NOW! Sons of the Marquess features the Marquess of Carrbridge and his brothers. OUT NOW!
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Lord Fenmore? Well I fell for him, hook, line and sinker. They don’t make them like him in real life. Admittedly there were times I wanted to shout at Diana, but that’s what makes this story so good, if it can make you voice your emotions, it’s doing something right. “I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book.4/5. After travelling the world, she settled down to write her second Regency romance, Lord Fenmore's Wager, which was inspired by her time living on a country estate in England. A Marchioness Below Stairs, her third Regency romance, is the sequel to Lord Fenmore's Wager.4/5. Lord Fenmore’s Wager is better off re-titled Feisty Miss Thang Does Her Regency Thang, because that’s what this book is all has its charms, but I must confess I scratch my head a little when it soon becomes apparent that heroine Diana Hamilton isn’t just a . In a wager with the Earl of Fenmore, young Anthony Hamilton gambles away both his estate—and his sister, Diana, who is obliged to move to Fenmore Park to act as a Author: Alissa Baxter.