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Triumph of the Dawn

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"You're pure hellcat, aren't you, Miss Castle?" Right from the start, Paula knew that the imposing Eduardo Mascherini had the power to upset her equilibrium. Which was why she was determined to keep him at a distance and maintain her cool, detached and altogether professional image! But fate seemed destined to do against her -- not only did the devilish Count make it clear ...more
Hardcover, Large Print, 288 pages
Published September 1st 1994 by Chivers North America (first published 1994)
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I really disliked the hero for at least the first half of this book. I admired the heroine for holding out against him.
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Jenny Haddon was born in London, England, where she always returns after the travels that she loves. When she was small, her mother couldn't bear reading aloud, so her mother taught her to read at an appallingly precocious age. She wrote her first book with her own illustrations at the age of four but was in her 20s before she produced her first romance as Sophie Weston.

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