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The Outrageous Lady Caroline (Coventry Romances, 115)
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Lady Caroline Lamb, among Lord Byron's many lovers, stands out - vilified, portrayed as a self-destructive nymphomaniac - her true story has never been told. Now, Paul Douglass provides the first unbiased treatment of a woman whose passions and independence were incompatible with the age in which she lived.
Taking into account a traumatic childhood, Douglass explores 5/5(1). The Lady Caroline Suite, is a magnificent suite with an antique queen bed from India and reading sofa, is a cheerful yellow room that captures the morning sun.
The room has a lovely view into the forest. Enjoy a long soak in the private bath's claw-foot tub, or a quick shower. Manor Suite. Byron's lover, Lady Caroline Lamb, has often been portrayed as 'monster'. Gathered here for the first time are letters to and from some of her most famous correspondents, among them The Prince of Wales and Walter Scott.
Her letters glitter with. Caroline of Brunswick (Caroline Amelia Elizabeth; German: Caroline Amalie Elisabeth von Braunschweig-Wolfenbüttel; 17 May – 7 August ) was queen consort of the United Kingdom as the wife of King George IV from 29 January until her death in She was the Princess of Wales from to The daughter of Charles William Ferdinand, Duke.
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Now, Paul Douglass provides the first. "Love and scandal are the best sweeteners of tea." ~ Henry Fielding They're beautiful, intelligent and ahead of their time. One is notorious, one quite incorrigible—both outrageous.Mar 6, - Inspiration, characters and history from my August historical romance (and so far, my very favourite).
See more ideas about Historical romance, Confessions, History pins.Biography. Lady Caroline Lamb was born Caroline Ponsonby on Novemin London. She was the daughter of Frederick Ponsonby, Viscount Duncannon, and his attractive wife, Henrietta Elizabeth, whose sister was Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire.