The Vicar's Daughters

The Vicar's Daughters

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Sarah Droegemueller By SarahBigD Completed

If every young lady likes to be crossed in love now and then, the Vicar Pearce's daughters are three times blessed. Willful and spirited, Rachel refuses to think Lord Ellsworth's son, her dearest friend since childhood, is not in love with her. But the youngest sister, Amanda, is the one who's attracted the eye of Lord Dabney with her honey-gold hair and angelic demeanor. Meanwhile, Marian is stuck in the middle with no one to love--unless that charming rogue Simeon counts. The ways of the heart do not unfold in a straightforward manner for the delightful sisters in this Regency period romance.

  • clean
  • complete
  • historicalfiction
  • regency
  • romance
  • sweet
  • wattys2016
VHThompson VHThompson Jan 15
You're definitely going to hear from me!! 😉 'Attention! This is your first and final warning! Prepare to be bombarded with a plethora of comments and votes.'
Bhebel15 Bhebel15 Oct 16, 2017
Good way to begin With the sermon, I thought. Looks like an interesting novel.
VHThompson VHThompson Jan 15
He did take a lot of time writing it and putting it together. Just because he delivered it doesnt mean he didn't learn from it. 😉
flights_of_fantasy flights_of_fantasy Apr 25, 2017
An interesting start! I liked the family dynamic and you've set your characters up in a clear and logical fashion. I look forward to reading more.
pu20977 pu20977 Apr 28
Hate the society's rules that what a woman should do or behave 
                              Poor Rachel
                              
                              Nothing much has changed all these centuries, only rules changed.
                              Society still judges us but thankfully less prejudice against intelligent independent successful women although suffer jealousy from male colleagues
Lothlorien1 Lothlorien1 Sep 17, 2016
What on earth would a 12 year do in the navy?  What about his studies?