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Five complete novels

Author: Barbara Cartland
Publisher: New York : Wings Books ; Avenel, N.J. : Distributed by Outlet Book Co., 1993.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Moon Over Eden - Dominica, the eldest daughter of an impoverished clergyman, had thought it her duty to accept Lord Hawkston's proposal on behalf of his nephew but now she could not bear the ghouthf of it. In the beautiful mystic wilderness of nineteenth-century Ceylon, Dominica faces danger and death before Hawkston's thrilling kisses hold her captive under a lover's moon. No Time For Love - Wynstan Vanderfeld was  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Romance fiction
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Barbara Cartland
ISBN: 0517092999 9780517092996
OCLC Number: 27768913
Description: 727 pages ; 25 cm
Contents: Moon over Eden --
No time for love --
The incredible honeymoon --
Kiss the moonlight --
A kiss in Rome.
Other Titles: Novels.
Responsibility: Barbara Cartland.

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Moon Over Eden - Dominica, the eldest daughter of an impoverished clergyman, had thought it her duty to accept Lord Hawkston's proposal on behalf of his nephew but now she could not bear the ghouthf of it. In the beautiful mystic wilderness of nineteenth-century Ceylon, Dominica faces danger and death before Hawkston's thrilling kisses hold her captive under a lover's moon. No Time For Love - Wynstan Vanderfeld was unprepared for his first sight of lovely Larina Milton. Half-convinced that she is an adventuress, the wealthy American is unaware that Larina fears she will die in twenty-one days' time. Why they meet in Sorrento at the turn of the century and how a storm at sea brings Larina a rapture she never believed possible, make this poignant romance a sheer delight. The Incredible Honeymoon - When Antonia, an unfledged tomboy, offered herself to the elegant Duke of Doncaster in place of her sister, it was understood that theirs was to be a marriage of convenience. While they honeymoon in Paris, Athol is wounded in a duel and Antonia comes to know that she loved her husband with her whole being. Trapped by teh outbreak of the Franco-Prussian war, Antonia must brave danger and death in their fainal escape from the besieged city. Kiss the Moonlight - How could she love a man she had never met until that afternoon, Athena asked herself. Lady Mary Emmeline Athena, a great heiress, had arrived in Greece to marry the Prince of Parnassus. Disillusioned by teh palace gossips, she runs away to Delphi, the shrine of Apollo. There she finds and loses the handsome Orion, and has a frightening encounter with a dangerous bandit before her true love holds Athena close. A Kiss in Rome - Alina Langley agreed to impersonate an aristocratic, widowed Beauty in a dangerous, perhaps even wicked, gamble to reconcile a childhood friend with an adored Beau. In Rome her host was the handsome and scathing Marquis of Teverton.

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