Stanley John Weyman as an English novelist sometimes referred to as the "Prince of Romance". Beginning his professional literary career in middle age, Weyman had a lifetime of experience to share including the insights gained from his extensive travels.
“Sophia” by Stanley Weyman represents the brilliant example of charming romance of eighteenth century London. The plot of the story follows the adventures of an enchanting eighteen-year-old heroine confined to her sister's home for scorning a loveless marriage. Outstanding Sophia regardless of all difficulties goes on search of her professed admire – an Irish adventurer masquerading as a Jacobite agent. But when finally she finds him the outcome is, shortly saying, unexpected. Begin your exciting adventures in the era of medieval Europe and read the story till the end.