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How to be a wallflower: Eloisa James.

How to be a wallflower: Eloisa James.
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Romance Fiction   Tea Gardens . On Hold-H .  
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ISBN 9780063211063
Shelf Location LP/JAM
Author James, Eloisa author.
Title How to be a wallflower / Eloisa James.
Edition Large print.
Publication Details New York: [2022] Harper Large Print, an imprint of HarperCollinsPublishers,,
Collation 436 pages : 23 cm. ;
Series Would-be Wallflowers 1
Abstract/Summary "Miss Cleopatra Lewis visits a costume emporium specifically to order unflattering dresses guaranteed to put off any prospective suitors-- and ends up purchasing the establishment. Powerful and charismatic American Jacob Astor Addison is furious when a she-devil masquerading as an English lady steals Quimby's Costume Emporium from under his nose. Jake strikes a devil's bargain, offering to design her "wallflower wardrobe" and giving Cleo the chance to design his. Cleo can't resist the fun of clothing the rough-hewn American in feathers and flowers. And somehow in the middle of their lively competition, Jake becomes her closest friend. It isn't until Cleo becomes the toast of all society that Jake realizes she's stolen his fiercely guarded heart. But unlike the noblemen at her feet, he doesn't belong in her refined and cultured world. Caught between the demands of honor and desire, Jake would give up everything to be with the woman he loves-- if she'll have him."--back cover.
Subject Debutantes -- England -- Fiction
Americans -- England -- Fiction
Businessmen -- Fiction
Upper class -- England -- Fiction
Large type books
Clothing trade -- England -- 19th century -- Fiction
Clothing and dress -- England -- 19th century -- Fiction
England -- Social life and customs -- 19th century -- Fiction
Great Britain -- History -- Regency, 1811-1820 -- Fiction
Romance fiction.
Historical fiction.
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