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    • old love story,
    • regency fiction,
    • victorian fiction,
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The Guernsey Diplomat
by Sandy L.C. Bezanson

Do you believe in the healing power of love? In 1827, Isobel Radford is travelling incognito to the island of Guernsey. A weather delay puts her in the immediate orbit of Lord Chetton, a member of one of the island's most respected families. The pair are fated to cross paths in Guernsey's small social circle. Can she keep ahead of the clever diplomat? Although he is intrigued by the lovely young traveller, Chetton has a vital diplomatic matter to handle. His attraction and suspicion grow in equal measure as Isobel's reasons for visiting Guernsey are repeatedly found wanting. When it seems that her actions threaten Lord Chetton's mission, he decides two can play the game of deception. Will their challenges draw the pair together or destroy their fragile understanding?

"Set during the Regency Period of the early 1820's, The Guernsey Diplomat is brimming with page-turning intrigue, quiet humour and romantic tension. Written with accurate attention to the manners and class structure of the day, and expert utilisation of the charming Guernsey setting, Sandy Bezanson's debut novel is a triumph." —Barb Howard, award-winning author of the short story collection Western Taxidermy

Sandy L. C. Bezanson is a lifelong fan of historical romances. She has lived in several places in Europe where her “old soul” thrived on art, architecture, and antiques. When not writing, she loves to have a camera, paintbrush or cooking utensil in her hand. Long walks and talks with friends are best finished with a cup of tea . . . or a glass of wine. She always treasures visits from her busy son. Sandy lives with her husband, and loves their view of the foothills of the Rocky Mountains.


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