Wife in Name Only
Charlotte Mary (Monica? ) Brame/Braeme (1836-1884) who also wrote under the pseudonym Bertha M. Clay, was a prolific Victorian author. She was the author of many popular works of fiction and romance. Amongst her works are: Dora Thorne (1877), Madolin's Lover (1879), Hilda (1882), Wife in Name Only (1883), The Wife's Secret (1884), A Dead Heart, and Lady Gwendoline's Dream (1884), The Earl's Atonement (1884), A Wilful Maid: A Love Story (1885), A Fair Mystery (1885), A Passion Flower (1886), An Unnatural Bondage (1887), Sweet Cymbeline (1887), Arnold's Promise (1887), Unnatural Bondage (1887), The Gipsy's Daughter (1890), In Love's Crucible (1890), Between Two Hearts (1893), A Pair of Brown Eyes (1893), Her Second Love (1900), Two Fair Women (1900), The Coquette's Victim, Coralie, My Mother's Rival, Marion Arleigh's Penance, The Tragedy of the Chain Pier and others.