Away From Me (Of Liberties And Loss, #1)
In a time long passed, where ladies tripped about their mile-long skirts and men looked as if they could pull rabbits from their ridiculous hats, a love that had been considered by society to be nothing short of sacrilegious bloomed in the hearts of two young people.
In those days, there were rules to conform to, images to be upheld. They could cause even the best of people to crumble under them.
Emily Kensington was considered too naïve and oblivious to be wed by anyone, much to the dismay of her father. Her heart was too innocent to know love, but the temptation of the baron's son was much too strong to resist.
True enough, beauty was in the eye of the beholder for George Beaumont, whose own heart was immediately placed into the clumsy hands of the farmer girl from the moment she toppled her pail over his father's shoes. Both knew they could never be, but weren't all rules made to be broken?
Those times were hard, but even more so was the truth.
Highest Ranking: #15 in Historical Fiction