(From the publisher):
The prince of Wales -- later King George III -- was riding through St. James Market when he first saw -- in a window above a linen-draper's shop -- the love of his life. Hannah Lightfoot was a ravishing beauty, but she was poor, a commoner, and a strict Quaker. It seemed impossible that she and the Prince should ever meet. But there were people who could make anything possible... for a youth who was to be a King.
The bittersweet story of the Prince of Wales and his gentle Hannah unfolds against the luxurious background of George II's licentious court, where a ruthless and greedy nobility struggled to turn the Prince's secret love to personal advantage.
Original title: The Prince and the Quakeress
Genre: Fiction→ Historical→ The "royals"
Fiction→ Historical→ European→ British Isles→ England