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Camilla's Fate

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The independent and beautiful Miss Camilla Quinn had never experienced the slightest interest in any of her suitors, even the Marquis of Lilliheun, surely the best catch of the ton. So she could scarce explain her sudden sweet tendre for...a highwaymen! The handsome blackguard robbed her coach, left her with a kiss, and absco
Paperback, 300 pages
Published July 1st 1997 by Zebra
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Upon finding out the woman he removed from the coach was the Earl of Wheymore's cousin "he tugged the kerchief down from his face and bowed, brushing cool soft lips across the inside of Camilla's wrist.....'Tis Jason Fate welcomes ye, darlin'. He kept hold of her hand and raised it high enough to unfasten the clasp of the diamond bracelet she wore. Removing it, he tossed it over his shoulder....'Ye'll not miss such a trifle, heh, cousin?' His fingers flitted like powdered moth wings against the ...more
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Shelves: adult, romance, fiction
Camilla is traveling to London when her coach is robbed by the notorious highway man, Jason Fate. A few weeks later she recognizes him at a ballroom in London. He claims to be the missing heir to a dukedom. Camilla is drawn to him and starts to help him navigate in society and enlists her family to help as well.. But there are many secrets and undercurrents swirling around them, some of which could be deadly. The reader can guess pretty quickly who Jason really is, but the characters are endeari ...more
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Since the publication of Amelia's Intrigue in 1995, Judith A. Lansdowne's Regency romances have received critical acclaim, garnered awards and entertained thousands of romance readers. Ms. Lansdowne began writing full-time in 1992, but it was only after her daughter introduced her to Regency romances that her work was published.

She grew up in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Following graduation from St. Josep
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