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The famous heroine ; The plumed bonnet

Author: Mary Balogh
Publisher: New York : Dell, 2011.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : English : Dell mass market edView all editions and formats
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The famous heroine: "Cora Downes has beauty, spirit, and money, but no breeding. Yet when she gains renown for a daring rescue, she finds herself thrust into high society. Innocent and adrift in a world of beautiful banquets, bejeweled gowns, and snobbish standards, Cora is quickly compromised into marriage--to a frivolous lord whose interests seem to lie elsewhere. But could piercingly blue-eyed and well-mannered  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Romance fiction
Fiction
Regency fiction
Love stories
Historical fiction
Material Type: Fiction, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Mary Balogh
ISBN: 9780440245438 0440245435 9780345532503 0345532503
OCLC Number: 613432309
Notes: "Two novels in one volume!"--Cover.
Description: 495 pages ; 18 cm
Contents: The famous heroine. --
The plumed bonnet.
Other Titles: Plumed bonnet
Responsibility: Mary Balogh.

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The famous heroine: "Cora Downes has beauty, spirit, and money, but no breeding. Yet when she gains renown for a daring rescue, she finds herself thrust into high society. Innocent and adrift in a world of beautiful banquets, bejeweled gowns, and snobbish standards, Cora is quickly compromised into marriage--to a frivolous lord whose interests seem to lie elsewhere. But could piercingly blue-eyed and well-mannered Francis Kneller turn out to be the most unexpected love of her life?" The plumed bonnet: "Alistair Munro, the Duke of Bridgwater, is looking for love outside the bounds of polite society. And that's what he expects to receive when he rescues a seemingly disreputable girl in a colorful bonnet off the side of the road. Yet Stephanie Gray, a former governess, has recently come into money and is eager for a proper match with a well-born man. Sure that he's sullied her name, Alistair offers marriage to make amends. And in this unlikely union, Stephanie and Alistair make a welcome discovery--that sometimes it's possible to marry first, then fall in love."

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