IT'S MARRIAGE – OR THE WORKHOUSE!
Sally Paul is down to her last penny. As she spends it on a cup of tea – to stave off being at the mercy of the workhouse – the last thing she expects is an offer of marriage…from a complete stranger! Admiral Sir Charles Bright’s seafaring days are over – and, according to society, that must mean he’s in need of a wife!
Discovering Sally’s in need of a home, he offers a solution… They marry in haste – but will they enjoy their wedding night at leisure?
'A powerful and wonderfully perceptive author' – New York Times bestselling author Mary Jo Putney
About the author
I started writing Regencies because of interest in the Napoleonic Wars. I like writing about warfare at sea and ordinary people of the British Isles, rather than lords and ladies. In my spare time I like to read British crime fiction and history, particularly the U.S. Indian Wars. I currently live in Utah. I'm a former park ranger, and double Rita Award and Spur Award winner. I have five interesting children and four grands. Favorite authors include Robert Crais and Richard Woodman.