(From the publisher):
Lacking the funds for a London season - yet determined to see her headstrong younger siblings suitably matched - lovely widow Felicity Harrison establishes herself in Bath, a grand dame at the tender age of twenty-four. However, her brother's gambling debts soon force her to accept a most unusual proposal from elegant nabob Thomas Moreland. He agrees to repay all markers provided she helps him gain social standing in Bath society. Though there is something oddly familiar about this gentleman, Felicity casts uncertainty aside and agrees to the arrangement.
Having made a fortune in India, Thomas has returned home to win the heart of the woman who captured his own six years ago. Like an angel of mercy, Felicity came to his aid after a band of highwaymen left him for dead. Now, he's determined to convince this beauty still wearing widow's weeds that there's more to life than assembly rooms, matrons, and matchmaking. Showering her with ribbons of glorious colors, he'll awaken in her a desire to shed those weeds. But what Felicity doesn't know yet is that her greatest desire of all is to spend the rest of her life in Thomas' arms...
Original title: The Bride Wore Blue
Genre: Fiction→ Romance→ Historical→ Regency