Mary Green by Melanie KerrMary Green by Melanie Kerr

Mary Green

byMelanie Kerr

Paperback | May 1, 2016

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Mary Green, obscure orphan and ward of the wealthy Hargreaves family, has always accepted her inferior position with grace, humility, and gratitude. When she discovers that her only friend is to leave the country forever, that her confidence has been betrayed by the unfeeling youngest daughter of the family, and that her very deprivation is the object of the mockery and scorn of everyone she has sought to honour, she determines to cast them off and make her own way in the world. On her twenty-first birthday, free to choose her own destiny, she dreams of peace and tolerance, and perhaps a partner who might be noble enough to love her in all her simplicity. But when an unexpected foray into London society disrupts all her plans, she is faced with an uncharacteristic storm of feelings. Will she grow strong and happy in her independence, or will her character be lost amidst her newfound ambition? Unable to trust the whims of her own heart, Mary is forced to confront the question that has forever plagued her: Who is she and where does she come from?
Melanie Kerr studied linguistics, English, and theatre at the University of British Columbia, and law at the University of Alberta. Kerr is a reckless lover of clotted cream, a staunch defender of the semi-colon, and a fierce opponent of unpleasant music. She wooed her current and only husband with false promises of skill at word games...
Title:Mary GreenFormat:PaperbackDimensions:320 pages, 7.75 × 5 × 0.91 inPublished:May 1, 2016Publisher:Stonehouse PublishingLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0986649449

ISBN - 13:9780986649448

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Dance into London High Life! Dance your way into London high life with a touch of Oxfordshire and Norchester thrown in to the mix in Melanie Kerr's Regency Era novel. Melanie Kerr creates wonderfully self important characters to challenge the humble introspection of Mary Breen who is on her own quest of self discovery and in turn finds much more.
Date published: 2016-07-15