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The Duke's Desire (Harlequin Historical, #528)

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SHE'D FLED THE BED OF THE DUKE OF DEIGHTON

And returned to her life of quiet respectability. But Verity Davis-Jones could never forget Galen Bromney, "her" notorious duke, for she saw him daily in the face of their child -- the daughter she must deny him, along with her heartfelt love!

Ten years of self-imposed exile had done little to dissuade Galen Bromney of the rightness
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Paperback, 296 pages
Published September 26th 2000 by Harlequin Books (first published 2000)
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NorthernLightsGirl
This is a reunited love story.

Just before Verity was to marry an older gentleman she wanted a taste of passion. She chose Galen Bromney a notorious duke. She flees his bed the next morning.Never looking back.

Galen takes himself off to Italy for a 10 year exile. He has returned to find a wife. Never expecting to run into Verity. Who is now a widow. He meets Verity's daughter Jocelyn in his cousins garden. He soon starts questioning Jocelyn's age and looks when he happens to catch a glance at hi
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Cristina Contilli
"Nonostante il suo fermo proposito non potè impedirsi di chiedersi quando e come la ragazza timida e paurosa che aveva conosciuto un tempo fosse diventata la donna vibrante e risoluta, capace di tenerlo a bada in uno scambio di battute... Dannazione!"

Le schermaglie tra i due protagonisti rendono questo libro un romance classico, quello che invece lo differenzia dalla "media" è il fatto che i due protagonisti si rivedano dopo dieci anni di lontananza più maturi e più sicuri di se stessi e dei pro
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Dancer
SHE'D FLED THE BED OF THE DUKE OF DEIGHTON...

...and returned to her life of quiet respectability. But Verity Davis-Jones could never forget Galen Bromney, "her" notorious duke, for she saw him daily in the face of their child--the daughter she must deny him, along with her heartfelt love!

Ten years of self-imposed exile had done little to dissuade Galen Bromney of the rightness of being with Verity. Yet how would he ever convince the woman of his dreams that a life together raising their daughter
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Katie
It was a nice sweet story with a rather predictable conflict. Still worth a read.
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