Lady Farrington's Folly

It was called Farrington's Folly because Lady Elizabeth had the notion that a museum of natural curiosities would advance the cause of scienceand the ton thought her idea scandalous. The Marquis of Worthington, Elizabeth's childhood friend, had become a very straight-laced fellow since their youthful pranks, but he was determined to guard her reputation by accompanying her on her expeditions. Regency Romance by Nina Coombs Pykare writing as Nina Porter; originally published by Zebra