Clara Berlin is a proper lady with many virtues. One of them being the largest dowry on 18th century England shores. It doesn't take long
before she has a line of gentlemen at her doorstep.
Seventeen to be exact.
When Clara's Father decides on her suitor for his own selfish reasons, she outsmarts the both of them, quite without their knowing. Now Clara is given one month to decide on a husband for herself. But how will she know which gentlemen are there for her money and who are genuinely interested in her? Will she be utterly disappointed in them all only to end up with the man her father picked out in the first place? Or will she have trouble choosing, as she finds more than one to her liking?
With the proper rules of 18th century courtship and yet many ruthless men in the battleground of affection, Clara's Catch will keep you guessing and changing your mind at who you think Clara should choose.
Put Jane Austen in the Bachelorette, and you'll get Clara's Catch.