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HER HEART WAS DIVIDED IN THREE

Jessica Eastwood's country sweetheart, Tom Preston, wanted her to be the free and independent spirit that her gallant officer father had raised her to be.

Jessica's irresistibly attractive distant European cousin, Anton Von Keller, wanted to mold her into a sophisticated woman of the world.

Society's most eligible aristocrat, the dazzling Lord
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Paperback, 221 pages
Published May 1st 1984 by Signet
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Ririn
Jul 13, 2016 Ririn rated it really liked it
4.5 stars

I think it's been quite some time that I rated a romance book above solid 4 stars. But with this book, I was reminded again why I loved historical romances and Edith Layton's books in particular.

Have to admit, her books not always a hit, there were some that were quite bad, but The Choice would always be one of my most treasured story. I loved it so much. And this story reminded me a bit of The Choice, but only from the synopsis and a bit at the beginning. And then, it became a beautifu
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Jackie
Sep 22, 2016 Jackie rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
See my thoughts at ROMANCE NOVELS FOR FEMINISTS: http://romancenovelsforfeminists.blog...
Janet
Aug 16, 2009 Janet rated it really liked it
Three men and one woman - now wouldn't those be nice odds. :) Although there's really no mystery as to who she'll end up with, it is a good story. It's interesting to watch Jessica grow from being a boyish girl into a mature but fun woman. The characters actually develop and feelings grow as opposed to immediate love at first sight silliness. The only negative I could see is the author's preoccupation with the female anatomy which I felt was unnecessary. It didn't play a huge part but just ...more
Anneceleste
Apr 16, 2016 Anneceleste rated it it was amazing
This is one of the first books from Edith Layton, published one year after The Duke's Wager. I liked it much more than her later works (the c series, a couple of which I started and never finished. I have no idea why it is so underrated. In my opinion it is one of the best regencies I read this year (except Heyer's).

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Aug 03, 2014 Spazfungus rated it really liked it
Really enjoyed this one. The beginning is one of the best. And though there isn't any doubt who she will end up with, the journey of how she gets there is a really fun read. Loved how in the end how very insightful she becomes, of her beaus feelings and of her father, of herself. Lots of good lines in here. Also the hero and heroines dearest wish is so very bittersweet.
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Edith Layton wrote her first novel when she was ten. She bought a marbleized notebook and set out to write a story that would fit between its covers. Now, an award-winning author with more than thirty novels and numerous novellas to her credit, her criteria have changed. The story has to fit the reader as well as between the covers.

Graduating from Hunter College in New York City with a degree in c
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