Jane Hart will never be as beautiful as her sister Euphemia—and despairs of never catching the eye of handsome Lord Tregarthan. But the servants of No. 67 Clarges Street have a plan. It’s up to them to turn this plain Jane into the sensation of the season—and help her capture the heart of the man she loves.
Number 67 Clarges Street- that good address in London’s fashionable Mayfair with a dubious past and lovably eccentric staff—is once again the focus of romance and intrigue in this second volume of the series A House for the Season. The Hart sisters—beautiful and socially ambitious Euphemia and her younger sister, Jane—enter a world of balls, coming-out parties, and courtship when they take up residence in the house with the hope of finding suitable husbands. But Number 67 has been deemed unlucky due to a long history of tragedy, including the mysterious death of a young and desirable past tenant, Clara. "Little Jane," constantly overshadowed by her gorgeous sister, turns away from the London social scene and concentrates on solving the mystery behind Clara’s death. Her search leads to a discovery of danger, deceit, and romance as she works alongside the eligible and dashing Lord Tregarthan to unravel the baffling case.
M. C. Beaton
M. C. Beaton is the pen name of bestselling novelist Marion Chesney. She was a prolific writer of historical romances and small village mysteries. Born in Scotland, the author began her writing career as a fiction buyer for a Glasgow bookstore and worked as a theater critic, newspaper reporter, and editor.
The author wrote under various names, most notably as M. C. Beaton for her Hamish Macbeth and Agatha Raisin series. She also wrote under the names Sarah Chester, Helen Crampton, Ann Fairfax, Marion Gibbons, Jennie Tremaine, and Charlotte Ward.
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