MISS GRANTHAM'S ONE TRUE SIN
Her only sin in his eyes was to aspire to be a member of the ton. Truesdale
Sinclair abhors anyone and anything to do with the ton, blaming their wickedness
for his unhappy youth.
Miss Grantham was an innocent heiress who mistakenly thought that a pretend
engagement to a titled suitor would satisfy her social-climbing parents. Then
they would leave England again and leave her to marry for love.
Neither of the two counted on a devilishly calculating, but sincere, older friend
who knows enough about the frailties of the human heart to help these two wrong-headed lovers find their true place in
MISS GRANTHAM'S ONE TRUE SIN by
Melynda Beth Skinner is a story to read by the fire on a cold winter's day,
featuring a quirky, kind-hearted cast of characters who are sure to capture the
reader's fancy. (Feb., 256 pp., $4.99)