Of Paupers and Peers by Sheri Cobb South

Of Paupers and Peers
Curate James Weatherly expects only genteel poverty until he learns of his inheritance. But on the way to claim his title he’s set upon by footpads and suffers a memory loss. Margaret Darrington believes he’s the new tutor for her younger brother, and thus accepts James into the family. When James regains his memory, will he persuade Margaret to love him for himself, and not his title? Regency Romance by Sheri Cobb South; originally published by Five Star

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Sheri Cobb South is the award-winning author of five regency novels, including The Weaver Takes a Wife, Miss Darby's Duenna, and Of Paupers and Peers. She has also written a number of teen romances for Bantam's long-running Sweet Dreams series. She made her mystery debut in 2006 with the publication of In Milady's Chamber, which introduced Bow Street Runner John Pickett. Sheri has always loved classic Hollywood movies, especially the MGM musical comedies of the 1950s, and hopes to convey a similar comic tone in her writing. A native and lifelong resident of Alabama, she recently moved to Loveland, Colorado, where she is currently writing a third John Pickett mystery.

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