Rambling on to York


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I travel. Sometimes I travel by boat, plane, or automobile. Sometimes I travel by book. Sometimes I explore the real world. This week I rambled on to York with the Seahaven daughters. Lady Barbara Bigglesworth insisted I accompany her to the York Royal Theatre, and I have to say I was impressed. Founded in 1744, it was built on the site of a medieval hospital and some archways and other features dating to the twelfth century are still in place. There is even a well beneath the structure that may date to Roman times! The rest of it is an impressive monument to the theatre arts, home to companies the perform throughout Yorkshire and nationally noted artists, actors, and musicians. Of course Lady Barbara’s primary interest is music. Or rather one particular musician, but we’ll leave that until you read her story.

https://www.yorktheatreroyal.co.uk/the-theatre/our-story/1800s/

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About the Story Concerto: By Mary Lancaster

At the age of 27, Lady Barbara has long accepted her position on the shelf. She is thrilled to put aside her music-teaching in order to help her beautiful young sisters find eligible husbands. But then, a chance encounter with an unconventional and mysterious young piano tuner has her heart in a spin. Can she trust him? And can she save him from the lethal threat hanging over them both?

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About the Book Desperate Daughters

Love Against the Odds

The Earl of Seahaven desperately wanted a son and heir but died leaving nine daughters and a fifth wife. Cruelly turned out by the new earl, they live hand-to-mouth in a small cottage.

The young dowager Countess’s one regret is that she cannot give Seahaven’s dear girls a chance at happiness.

When a cousin offers the use of her townhouse in York during the season, the Countess rallies her stepdaughters.

They will pool their resources so that the youngest marriageable daughters might make successful matches, thereby saving them all.

So start their adventures in York, amid a whirl of balls, lectures, and alfresco picnics. Is it possible each of them might find love by the time the York horse races bring the Season to a close?

You can pre-order it here: https://books2read.com/u/bMwL17

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