Rescuing Rosalind by G.G. Vandagriff

March 15, 2013 | 1 Comment
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When frigate Captain Buckingham Kernow-Smith encounters a sprite in a topiary garden going by the name of “Gannymede,” he remembers his Shakespeare. Pulling off her stocking cap, he reveals the character of “Rosalind” from As You Like It, played, in this case, by the appealing Fanny Edwards.

Three years pass. The War over, Buck encounters his Rosalind at a ball, where she has developed into a notable beauty. However, her guardian confides to him that she is dancing on the very edge of propriety.

Buck, who has been fighting the French since he was twelve, also finds the ton confining and sympathizes with Fanny/Rosalind’s plight as a properly reared young lady. Together, they make a dangerous pair, stradling the line between propriety and scandal, indulging in a masquerade in daylight, riding together in a phaeton race, and laying plans for Fanny/Rosalind to play a role in Covent Garden Theater.

Will Buck confide his secrets and overcome his life-long aversion to marriage? Can someone as headstrong and impetuous as Rosalind even commit to such a union?

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Title: Rescuing Rosalind

Author: G.G. Vandagriff

Publisher: O W Press

Release Date: March 17, 2013

ISBN: 978-0983623250

Size: 210 pages, 6×9, softcover & ebook

Genre: Regency Romance

 



One response to “Rescuing Rosalind by G.G. Vandagriff

  1. Gayle Humpherys

    A fun Regency story with a very feisty heroine! It was interesting to get a sense of the “rules” of the upper society and what types of things were acceptable for women. I haven’t read any of this author’s Regency stories (which I understand have some characters in common with this one), but I will be checking them out!

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