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Courting Miss Vallois

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From the fields of France…

Miss Sophie Vallois's looks and grace make her an instant hit with London Society. No one would know that the French beauty is a mere farmer's daughter, with no interest in marriage whatsoever….

To the drawing rooms of London!

Except Robert Silverton, who has other reasons for staying away from Sophie. Yet her spirit and compassion intrigue him…. Ra...more
Paperback, 304 pages
Published October 1st 2011 by Harlequin (first published November 1st 2010)
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Michelle Fayard
Sophie Vallois and her brother, Antoine, have been exiles in their homeland of France after it was discovered that they had assisted a wounded Englishman. Now, several years later, the man whose life they saved invites the siblings to stay with him and his wife in their London townhouse. In an effort to repay his debt of gratitude, the English lord has offered to finance Antoine’s dream to become a doctor. For Sophie, he and his wife promise a season in town and an opportunity to wed.

But Sophie...more
Sophie saved a Lords life in France years ago and now he brings both her and her brother to London to help them as his thanks. Sophie is introduced into polite society and they are unaware that she is really a farmers daughter. Robert Silvertton finds out the truth but will he let that stand in his way of pursuing her?
Having already read Nicholas and Lavinia's story in A Promise to Return , it was then lovely to see Sophie and Antoine in closer detail. Their actions in saving Nicholas did make me wonder then if more was to come, but this was lovely. I enjoyed seeing the horrible Oberon brought to at least stand for his crimes and Robert Silverton was a marvellous hero. Dark, brooding and then so utterly true and honourable. Lovely. Jane and Antoine made a marvellous side story too.
Esther Somorai
I really enjoyed this story that is also just right for teens as well as adults. There are lessons to be learned within these pages. If you're tired of all the over done sex scenes and bad language in books---this may be the book for you.
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