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Lady in the Straw (Coventry Romances #174)

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Vashti Beaufils, beautiful French émigrée, inherited her cousin Marmaduke's mansion--but she'd never even met Marmaduke. Discoveries rapidly followed: her notorious cousin Valérie had impersonated her when she had an affair with Marmaduke, and the mansion was being used as a gambling establishment. And Lord Stirling though Vashti was up to no good! Regency Romance by Maggi ...more
Mass Market Paperback, 224 pages
Published March 12th 1982 by Ivy Books (first published March 1st 1982)
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Ever since I learned to read, I have loved books.

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