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Wayward widow

Author: Nicola Cornick
Publisher: Toronto ; New York : Harlequin, 2004.
Series: Harlequin historicals, #700.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"The Lady Rakehell's redemption ... Unmarriageable, untamable, unforgettable, Lady Juliana Myfleet was the Ton's most notorious widow. With her reputation nearly in tatters, Juliana knew the one thing that would save her from ruin was the one thing she did not want-marriage! Martin Davencourt knew there was more to Juliana than gossip and scandal. But he was walking a fine line in saving his childhood friend from  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Fiction
History
Love stories
Historical fiction
Regency fiction
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Nicola Cornick
ISBN: 0373293003 9780373293001
OCLC Number: 54859390
Description: 299 pages ; 17 cm.
Series Title: Harlequin historicals, #700.
Responsibility: Nicola Cornick.

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"The Lady Rakehell's redemption ... Unmarriageable, untamable, unforgettable, Lady Juliana Myfleet was the Ton's most notorious widow. With her reputation nearly in tatters, Juliana knew the one thing that would save her from ruin was the one thing she did not want-marriage! Martin Davencourt knew there was more to Juliana than gossip and scandal. But he was walking a fine line in saving his childhood friend from herself. If Juliana was not the sweet innocent he remembered, his liaison with a lady of dubious repute would cost him everything he held most dear. Still, Martin had paid the price for letting Juliana go once-and he'd willingly risk all before letting that happen again ..."--BOOK COVER.

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