The Great Exhibition Duet
An American woman under an edict to “marry money.” A governess facing the bleak reality of unemployment. A spinster seamstress whose only concern is her sick mother. The daughter of a baronet who’s already lost one suitor and refuses to lose another.
Prince Albert’s Great Exhibition was meant as a worldwide showcase of industry and agriculture—a “Union of All Nations.” Now this great world’s fair becomes the stage for another sort of “union” . . . this time of the romantic kind!
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