For Love of Celia

For Love of Celia Sensible widow Celia Morland gave in to love once and now guards her heart When Nicky Lambert arrives from exotic Jamaica Celia sees her sister in law Kitty succumbing to his charms despite being eng

  • Title: For Love of Celia
  • Author: Elisabeth Kidd
  • ISBN: 9780802710178
  • Page: 382
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Sensible widow Celia Morland gave in to love once and now guards her heart When Nicky Lambert arrives from exotic Jamaica, Celia sees her sister in law Kitty succumbing to his charms despite being engaged to Julian Hardwicke and feels she must guard Kitty s heart as well But her intervention only causes her to forget to be sensible and nearly mistake where her own happinSensible widow Celia Morland gave in to love once and now guards her heart When Nicky Lambert arrives from exotic Jamaica, Celia sees her sister in law Kitty succumbing to his charms despite being engaged to Julian Hardwicke and feels she must guard Kitty s heart as well But her intervention only causes her to forget to be sensible and nearly mistake where her own happiness lies.Regency Romance by Elisabeth Kidd originally published by Walker

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    About “Elisabeth Kidd

    • Elisabeth Kidd

      Elisabeth Kidd is the Regency romance identity of Linda Triegel, who was born in Manhattan to immigrant parents Mom German, Dad Estonian , the oldest of 3 daughters Her dad Erich moved the family to Connecticut when Linda was about 4, where he bought land and began building summer homes for not so affluent New Yorkers, which made him very popular Mom Erika was a musician and artist.After high school, she attended Mills College in California, then Middlebury College, both of which gave her the option of a year abroad both in Madrid After graduation, she moved to London where she worked in a bank for three years There she discovered the novels of Georgette Heyer and was rapidly addicted Being literally in the perfect place to research the period, she learned a lot and soon conceived the idea of writing a book of her own She finished it while still living in London and had the honor of being rejected by two of the best publishers in Britain before she returned home That book was eventually revised and published by Avon in 1984 as The Dancers Land She began writing Regency romances under the pen name Elisabeth Kidd in the 1980s, luckily just when the romance market was booming, and her first five of eight titles were published by Walker Co with two later novels from Signet All her previous Regencies are now available as e books from RegencyReads and , and she has just added a new title, No Match for Lizzie, to the list In addition to her novels including another romance set in the Belle Epoque which she is revising to republish , Linda has had three short stories published, the most recent available in an e anthology from titled Love is All You Need She has also done local reporting for newspapers in Connecticut and Pennsylvania, where she lived for several years before moving to her current home in Albuquerque, New Mexico She also writes theater reviews and travel articles mostly because loves going to the theater and traveling and is working on a cozy mystery series.

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    • A synopsis taken from Overdrive sine one is not here at this time:Sensible widow Celia Morland gave in to love once and now guards her heart. When Nicky Lambert arrives from exotic Jamaica, Celia sees her sister-in-law Kitty succumbing to his charms despite being engaged to Julian Hardwicke and feels she must guard Kitty’s heart as well. But her intervention only causes her to forget to be sensible and nearly mistake where her own happiness lies. Regency Romance by Elisabeth Kidd; originally p [...]


    • A clean, quiet romance. The characters were nicely developed and I liked that the ending wasn't immediately predictable (it took me about half the book to figure out where it was heading).


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