‘The Girl with the Make-Believe Husband’ published in Persian
Publish Date : Wednesday 14 August 2019 - 14:50
IBNA- The romance novel, ‘The Girl with the Make-Believe Husband: A Bridgertons Prequel’ (2017) by the best-selling American author Julia Quinn has been translated into Persian and published.
According to IBNA correspondent, the romance novel about a girl found herself in a dilemma by Julia Quinn
has been translated into Persian by Mohammad Pour-Rokni and released by Elmi Publishing in Tehran.
The synopsis of ‘The Girl with the Make-Believe Husband: A Bridgertons Prequel’
reads: “With her brother Thomas injured on the battlefront in the Colonies, orphaned Cecilia Harcourt has two unbearable choices: move in with a maiden aunt or marry a scheming cousin.
Instead, she chooses option three and travels across the Atlantic, determined to nurse her brother back to health. But after a week of searching, she finds not her brother but his best friend, the handsome officer Edward Rokesby. He's unconscious and in desperate need of her care, and Cecilia vows that she will save this soldier's life, even if staying by his side means telling one little lie...
When Edward comes to, he's more than a little confused. The blow to his head knocked out three months of his memory, but surely he would recall getting married. He knows who Cecilia Harcourt is—even if he does not recall her face—and with everyone calling her his wife, he decides it must be true, even though he'd always assumed he'd marry his neighbor back in England.
Cecilia risks her entire future by giving herself—completely—to the man she loves. But when the truth comes out, Edward may have a few surprises of his own for the new Mrs. Rokesby.
Julia Quinn is the pseudonym used by Julie Pottinger (born Julie Cotler in 1970), a best-selling American historical romance author. Her novels have been translated into 29 foreign languages and she has appeared on the New York Times Bestseller List 19 times.
‘The Girl with the Make-Believe Husband’ has been published in 278 pages and 350 copies.