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The Sister Season

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When his inheritance dictates that he must sponsor eight sisters during the London season, Captain Daniel Durham meets his destiny in Winifred, his supposed sister who is rumored to be no relation at all, and he strives to unravel the mystery surrounding the enchanting lady and win her heart.
Paperback, 255 pages
Published October 1st 1998 by Zebra
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Linda C
Captain Daniel Durham, Earl of Chantry, has inherited the earldom and finds that he has 8 sisters, most of whom he knows nothing about. The late Earl married 3 times and Daniel being six years older than the first set of twins, was sent to boarding school and spent little time at home. The girls were raised by the third wife who lived near the Scotland border. Her husband spent most of his time in the army or in London with occasional visits to his wife. The father had pledged to give each girl...more
Lynne Tull
Zebra Regency books are really fast reads. I have just finished the third one in just as many days. This was the first one I read. I found them as I was unpacking and thought they would do until I got some books I am waiting on to finish another series. I like Paula Tanner Girard. She tells a good story without all of the lust and angst. To quote her "I love a fast-paced light-hearted comedy." I do, too. I loved all of Barbara Metzger books and she writes in the same style. I do recommend her bo...more
Jan
This was fun to read. Once again assumptions get one in trouble!
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