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A Lady's Proposal

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When Lady Helena Woodhall--determined not to marry any suitor enamored of her wealth--realizes that she is in danger and must wed for protection, she meets her match in Lord Simon Sanger--a former army officer who inherited a title as well as a wealth ofdebts--when he refuses her proposal.
Paperback, 254 pages
Published September 1st 1998 by Zebra (first published 1998)
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When Lady Helena Woodhall--determined not to marry any suitor enamored of her wealth--realizes that she is in danger and must wed for protection, she meets her match in Lord Simon Sanger--a former army officer who inherited a title as well as a wealth ofdebts--when he refuses her proposal.

Thought it was great that the lady and the man liked each other from the get go.
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Jeanne Savery has lived and travelled in Great Britain with her spouse, an American Professor of British Politics. An American herself, she is descended from the English (via her father) and the Scots (via her mother).

She first read the Regency Romances of Georgette Heyer while living in Sidcup, Kent. She reread them while living in Whitstable, Kent. The dialogue was charming, but the detail was f
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