Accessory to Love



  • 19th Century
  • Regency


  • England


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Saranne was surrounded by love -- surely some of it someday could be hers...

A Love Child must be very careful to be seen as fleetingly , as possible--and never to be heard at all. For a love child is an embarrassment to her unwed mother, to her wealthy father and to a society that doesn't like to have its conscience troubled.

But when the child becomes a woman as enchanting as Saranne, she can't be hidden forever from sight in a school for girls nor tucked away as a lady's companion who speaks only when spoken to. Gentlemen are bound to see her beauty and to interpret her silence as they wish, assuming that, as a love child, she knows all about love.
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