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SHE HAD TOO MUCH SENSE TO BE SEDUCED BY SUCH A MAN...
Beautiful and reckless, the Loversall women have been notorious for loving unwisely and all too well. But Cara, now the widowed Lady Norwood, refuses to follow family tradition. Instead, she is quite happy rusticating on her estate in the Cotswolds, tending to her garden...until the day her brother arrives requesting her
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Paperback, 256 pages
Published November 1st 2004 by Zebra
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LemontreeLime
Dec 16, 2015 LemontreeLime rated it really liked it
First off, let me tell you this one was a huge surprise on so many levels. A little slow at the beginning but that's totally ok, because that slow start totally misleads you, and suddenly you are reading yet another installment of the highly dramatic and extremely impetuous Loversall family tree. If only this were longer, because it was a delight!
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Feb 25, 2012 Jan rated it really liked it
The widowed Lady Norwood nee Loversall is one of the infamous Loversall's known to love too well and unwisely. Determined to follow her head and not her heart she has rusticated in the Cotswold only to be drawn back to London to help manage her unmanageable niece's come-out.

An engaging twist from blushing misses and all too proper situations...
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Ever since I learned to read, I have loved books.

For almost as long, I have made up tales.

I’ve written horrible poetry, better short stories, adequate commercials, educational and industrial film narration, and very forgettable screenplays. Once I learned how to make a story last longer than a few paragraphs I moved on to novels, and there I stayed. I've written forty-three to date.

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