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Miss Glory Sutton has two annoyances in her life. One: the precious spa she's determined to renovate keeps getting damaged by vandals. Two: Oberon, the arrogant Duke of Westfield—the man assigned to help her find the perpetrators.

Oberon has no interest in this independent, troublesome woman! And Glory couldn't be less interested in the enigmatic rogue!

As they get drawn dee
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Published January 2012 by Harlequin (first published April 1st 2011)
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Mariachiara
Ho letto questo libro solo perché aveva la stessa copertina del nostro eh eh Motivo frivolo, lo so. Ora, non è un libro meraviglioso, la Simmons ne ha fatti di migliori e di molto, ma l'idea di partenza è interessantissima, una ragazza che vuole riportare in auge una SPA,o meglio una stazione termale in epoca regency! Peccato poi che questo spunto moderno e imprenditoriale nel libro venga quasi completamente sorvolato e si indaghi semplicisticamente su un tesoro nascosto di non ben definita natu ...more
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Whether Queen’s Well is magical for romance or cursed is of little consequence if Glory Sutton fails to reopen the long closed spa. Another little issue is “The Queen’s Gift” that some people make light of and others are deadly serious about. The elusive culprit keeps everyone on edge, but not all for the same reason. The Dowager Duchess is not so much concerned about Queen’s Well reopening as she is about the continual mishaps messin
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Jennifer Sawyer
Love Deborah! She does Romance the right way. I do miss the old writing, but her new style is just as great. Characters are solid and there is no cat and mouse. AWESOME!
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Deborah Simmons is the author of twenty-five historical romances and novellas, published by Avon, Berkley, and Harlequin.

A native midwesterner, Simmons graduated cum laude from Wittenberg University and was a journalist before turning to fiction. Her first book, Heart's Masquerade, was published by Avon in 1989 and was followed by a number of Harlequin Historicals, including a USA Today Bestsellin
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