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by Henrietta Reid

The Made Marriage download ebook
Henrietta Reid
Mills & Boon (1971)
192 pages
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Lonely farmer needs bride.

Lonely farmer needs bride. How long would it be before she had to confess to her young cousin that the burden of making ends meet was gradually proving too much for even her courageous spirit and that unless by some miracle things improved spectacularly she would seriously have to consider parting with the little business she had inherited from her gentle antiquary father.

Then with a gush of relief she at last saw Owen’s tall figure appear in the doorway. He paused for a moment and his eyes traversed the room with the slow careless glance that she had already noticed. Catching sight of her anxious face, he strode towards her table, feeling a little irritable: an explanation no doubt would be expected for his tardiness

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Such is the case with this biographer and her subject: the marriage of the ill-fated Charles I of England (executed in. .I bought this book so that I would have some background information on the music at Henrietta Maria's chapel, especially when she and Charles I were exiled in Oxford.

Such is the case with this biographer and her subject: the marriage of the ill-fated Charles I of England (executed in 1649, upon the termination of a civil war between monarch and Parliament) and the wife who brought a much-needed national alliance, Henrietta Maria, a princess of the French royal house. Whitaker pursues a more nuanced understanding of the royal pair as she chronicles a marriage that, granted, got off to a rocky start but definitely evolved into a love affair.