Lord Stillwell's Excellent Engagements (Millworth Manor, Book 1.5)

Lord Stillwell's Excellent Engagements (Millworth Manor, Book 1.5)

Victoria Alexander


"In a fascinating novella from number 1 *New York occasions* bestselling writer Victoria Alexander, eligible viscount Winfield Elliott searches for a bride and discovers that love could be lovelier the second--or even third--time round. . .

**Allow Me to give an explanation for. . .**

Some say i don't take my engagements heavily. Nonsense. What guy with out curiosity in marriage might locate himself featuring now not as soon as, yet 3 times? and every time, I've felt sure that this, ultimately, is the completely, certainly, ideal girl.

Miss Felicia Whitingdon, for example, has early life, attractiveness, kind, grace--and a good-looking fortune. girl Lucille Eustice is a widow of impeccable social status, and a balm to my soul. Then there's omit Caroline Hibbitt, candy and captivating in each means. anyone of those intoxicating treasures can make a guy chuffed. anybody of them may be an excellent spouse. yet which--if any of them--will or not it's?

""For love, laughter, and many enjoyable, learn Victoria Alexander."" --Stephanie Laurens, *New York instances* bestselling writer

""This Victorian yule romance presents erotic sizzle and delectably smart discussion on each page."" –*USA at the present time* on *His Mistress by means of Christmas*

*New York instances* bestselling writer **Victoria Alexander** was once an award-winning tv reporter until eventually she came across fiction used to be even more enjoyable than actual existence. She grew to become to writing complete time and hasn't ever appeared again. Victoria grew up touring the rustic as an Air strength brat and is now settled in a truly outdated apartment in Omaha, Nebraska, together with her husband, allegedly grown kids and bearded collies. She firmly believes housekeeping is a four-letter observe, there aren't any energy in whatever eaten status up, procrastination is an artwork shape, and it's by no means too quickly to panic.

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