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Lord Deveres Ward was a lively and emotional regency novel. The characters were memorable, the plot was engaging, and the historical details were amazing. The heroine, Kate, is a strong and resourceful young woman whose future is threatened by a scheming uncle who desires her family fortune/5. This author paid a lot attention to details in this book which is good because I wasn't around in so I don't know a lot of things. Definitely a cute little read. ⚡Lady Kate Scoville aka: Kay Tyndale or Cousin Kay's is seventeen and Title: Lord Devere’s Ward/5. Lord Devere's Ward A Regency Romance by Suz deMello the present Earl, remembers Kate from his childhood as an awkward child he loved to taunt and now his ward has grown into a beautiful young woman. Though honor prevents Quinn from making Kate his, their attraction is irresistible Will Kate tempt Quinn into abandoning honor. Lord Devere's Ward: A Regency Romance by Suz deMello Kindle Edition by Suz deMello (Author), April Martinez (Illustrator) Format: Kindle Edition. out of 5 stars 2 ratings. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Amazon Price New from /5(2).
Lord Devere's Ward: A Regency Romance by Suz deMello. Will he choose honor or love? Orphaned Kate Scoville is trapped in a tower prison by her scheming uncle, who plans to wed her to his loathsome son in order to gain control of her fortune. Plucky and resourceful, Lady Kate escapes to London to ask for help from her : Suz Demello. This book is a work of fiction. The names, characters, places, and incidents are fictitious or have been used fictitiously, and are not to be construed as real in any way. Any resemblance to persons, living or dead, actual events, locales, or organizations is entirely coincidental. Lord Devere’s Ward: A Regency Romance. $ $ Deal Date: 04/07/ $ $ Will he choose love or honor? Sign up for our email and never miss a free book again! Share the Book. Search All Books. Search this website. Primary Sidebar. . by Gary Goldstein Editor, Elizabethan Review Edward de Vere, 17th Earl of Oxford, was born on 12 April, , at Castle Hedingham in Essex. Because his father died when he was a minor, the new earl became a royal ward. The wardship system involved his lands being used by the crown for its own profit, although ostensibly to the ward's benefit.
When the Earl's died in , Edward de Vere, now the 17th Earl, became a royal ward and was sent to live with the Queen's Private Secretary and chief advisor, later Lord Treasurer, William Cecil, where his tutors included Laurence Nowell, and where he was surrounded by Cecil's impressive library. Earl of Oxford is a dormant title in the Peerage of England, first created for Edgar the Atheling and held by him from to , and later offered to Aubrey III de Vere by the Empress Matilda in , one of four counties he could choose if Cambridgeshire was held by the King of Aubrey's acceptance, his family was to hold the title for more than five and a half centuries, until. Indeed, it may be said, without great exaggeration and irrespective of whether or not Shakespeare presented his hero as reading in this particular book just before he spoke his soliloquy (), that Cardan’s De Consolatione is pre-eminently “Hamlet’s book,” since the philosophy of Hamlet agrees remarkably with that of Cardan (18). Here is the Navy Office; but the chief Gate for Entrance is out of Crutched Fryers. Some part of the Building being in Aldgate Ward, it is there treated of. And in this Lane are these Courts, and Places of Name, viz. John Deveres Yard, pretty broad in the Middle, but ordinary, with a .