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Tuesday's Child

Tuesday s Child Can a veritable angel find heaven with a most devilish gentleman Once firmly in the mainstream of London society the Simmons family has fallen on hard times Now with an ailing father and a menagerie

  • Title: Tuesday's Child
  • Author: Barbara Hazard
  • ISBN: 9780449222089
  • Page: 298
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Can a veritable angel find heaven with a most devilish gentleman Once firmly in the mainstream of London society, the Simmons family has fallen on hard times Now, with an ailing father and a menagerie of waifs and unfortunate souls to feed, Miss Felicia Simmons is forced to give piano lessons and rent rooms in her formidable home.Any hope of reentering society seems destiCan a veritable angel find heaven with a most devilish gentleman Once firmly in the mainstream of London society, the Simmons family has fallen on hard times Now, with an ailing father and a menagerie of waifs and unfortunate souls to feed, Miss Felicia Simmons is forced to give piano lessons and rent rooms in her formidable home.Any hope of reentering society seems destined to be dashed by vicious gossip about Felicia s plight But across the street, Sir Christopher Wilde, newly returned from India, is intrigued by this graceful beauty who polishes brass door knockers and feeds the hungry from her doorstep.Cynical about the ton, he is only too willing to aid a lady in need, especially one who so unsettled the heart of such a confirmed bachelor as himself.

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    1. Sir Christopher Wilde returns to London for the first time in many many years. He ran away to India at 17 and made his fortune in the shipping trade. Now his father and older brother have died and he must take up the duties of the baronetcy. He finds it all very tedious and his London friends shallow and callow. He's far more interested in the lovely young woman who cleans the brass doorknobs with such joy. When he discovers the "maid" is actually the lady of the house, Miss Felicia Simmons, he' [...]

    2. Poor Felicia Simmons. Since her father's illness, the family has fallen on hard times. But that doesn't stop her from feeding every orphan who comes by, or from trying to provide for her household of misfit servants. Felicia gets by with her music lessons. At first, when Sir Christopher Wilde moves in across the street, he scarcely notices her. But circumstances put them in each other's company, and he begins to admire her kindness and grace. When a fairy godmother in the form of her scatter-bra [...]

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