Though heartbroken over the loss of her childhood sweetheart, Clare Trevelyan dutifully submits to an arranged marriage with a wealthy socialite.
Written by Charlotte M. (Charlotte Monica) Brame (1836-1884) and copyright 1894 by George Munro. Compiled from multiple sources. 14 Chapters, 25,000 words.
- “A Noble Husband You Have Found Me.”
- “Not Only the Dream Destroyed.”
- “A Cry of Horror and Agony.”
- “Handsome Mr. Rex Verner.”
- “Do Not Forget that I am Lionel Stanhope’s Wife.”
- Society began to look Coldly on Handsome Rex.
- “If I Could but Recall One Night of my Life!”
- “Pall Mall Jack.”
- “I am a Midnight Thief—An Assassin.”
- “He Sha’n’t Escape, Lover or No Lover.”
- “Bitter as Wormwood.”
- “What Plea for Mercy do you Dare Offer?”
- “My Love shall Strive to make Atonement for the Past.”
- “In the Sunshine of True Love.”