Mrs. McVinnie's London Season

Mrs. Jeannie McVinnie, a young widow, joins the chaotic household of Captain William Summers to help launch his spoiled niece into London society. A chance encounter brings her to the attention of the famous dandy Beau Brummell, who is captivated by her Scottish brogue, fresh beauty and plain-speaking. Tempting as the Beau might be, Jeannie is drawn to gruff, quixotic Captain Summers. More

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Published by Camel Press
Words: 105,530
Language: English
ISBN: 9781603819565
About Carla Kelly

A well-known veteran of the romance writing field, Carla Kelly is the author of twenty-six novels and three non-fiction works, as well as numerous short stories and articles for various publications. She is the recipient of two RITA Awards from Romance Writers of America for Best Regency of the Year; two Spur Awards from Western Writers of America; a Whitney Award for Best Romance Fiction, 2011; and a Lifetime Achievement Award from Romantic Times. Carla’s interest in historical fiction is a byproduct of her lifelong interest in history. She has a BA in Latin American History from Brigham Young University and an MA in Indian Wars History from University of Louisiana-Monroe. She’s held a variety of jobs, including public relations work for major hospitals and hospices, feature writer and columnist for a North Dakota daily newspaper, and ranger in the National Park Service (her favorite job) at Fort Laramie National Historic Site and Fort Union Trading Post National Historic Site. She has worked for the North Dakota Historical Society as a contract researcher. Interest in the Napoleonic Wars at sea led to a recent series of novels about the British Channel Fleet during that conflict. Of late, Carla has written two novels set in southeast Wyoming in 1910 that focus on her Mormon background and her interest in ranching.

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