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St. Martin's, Nov 2002, 6.50, 352 pp.
Mothers of young ladies, who did not take during their first season turn to THE BRIDEMAKER, widow Hester Poitvant to perform miracles. Hester always seems to succeed regardless of the physical, emotional, or mental handicap of her client though sometimes the overbearing parent can be cause for alarm.
Her current class includes reticent and overweight Dulcie Bennett, whose mother and broth...
St. Martin's, Nov 2003, 6.99, 352 pp.
As reported by the London Tattler, Viscount James Linford has returned home from spending two years abroad in India, his second trip overseas. Not long afterward, the paper announces that James is engaged to Lady Catherine Winfield. However as also accounted he has two children out of wedlock living with him. His betrothal ends and he hides in the country to escape the turm...
The Maiden Bride
Axton de la Manse invaded her home, wounded her brother, caused her father to lose his mind, and married her. It was the match of a lifetime. Granted, he did have cause for his pain, Linnea knew. Her family had killed his father and brothers and had taken that home away from him. But she didn't like it.
Linnea de Valcourt, cursed as the second twin and therefore, the cure of her family, craved to be wanted, loved. That was why she had agre...
St. Martin's, Nov 2001, 6.50, 304 pp.
In 1827 London Sarah Palmer knows she went too far this time with her aborted elopement with Lord Penley. When her irate brother caught up to them, he challenged the usurper to a dual to the death and only the intercession of her stepfather kept the scandal from turning ugly. Sarah has two options: marrying that fortune hunting Penley who dissolved into rancid pudding at the first sign ...
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