Sunday's Child

By Rosemary Morris

Romance, Historical fiction | Paperback, eBook


After Georgianne Whitly's father and brothers die in the war against Napoleon, she must cope with her unpredictable mother, and protect her younger sisters. When Rupert, Captain Tarrant, returns to England suffering from what is now recognised as post traumatic stress syndrome, he has decided he never wants to father a child After Georgianne refuses to marry an elderly earl, her mother whips her. Shocked by such brutal treatment, Tarrant decides to help Georgianne.



Rosemary Morris is a multi-published historical novelist, whose romance, mystery and suspense novels, are published by Books We Love. So far, her characters live in the Regency era, and early 18th century. Her protagonists are confronted with problems common today. For example, a traumatised soldier, a widow coming to terms with her past, and a girl desperate to find out who her parents are. Rosemary’s love of historical fiction and non-fiction led to writing novels rich in historical detail. To research, she reads non-fiction, visits museums and other places of historical interest.


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Rosemary Morris is a multi-published historical novelist, whose romance, mystery and suspense novels, are published by Books We Love. So far, her characters live in the Regency era, and early 18th century. Her protagonists are confronted with problems common today. For example, a traumatised soldier, a widow coming to terms with her past, and a girl desperate to find out who her parents are. Rosem...


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