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The Honorable Miss Annabel Wells needs to marry to save her reputation. Yet even in her dire straits she cannot bring herself to accept Mr. Henry Champion, an ordinary English gentleman without property or pedigree, no matter what she feels about him. She marries a Polish count but when her husband is killed in a duel and Henry comes all the way across Europe to her rescue...more
Paperback, 242 pages
Published July 21st 2010 by Wild Rose Press
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Russell Whitfield
To be honest, this sort of thing really isn't my cup of tea. I'm more swords and sandals, Roman legions, Greek phalanxes...you know...dudes with skirts. But mindful of a good review from the author of this work, I thought that I'd take the plunge and see what all this was all about.

I have to say that I was pleasantly surprised. Yes, at its heart this is a romance novel, but there's a lot more to it than that. It goes without saying that the two principals, Annabell and Henry are fully realised...more
Carol *Young at Heart Oldie*
Krakow Waltz is a tender love story with an engaging hero and heroine and a diversity of secondary characters. It has an intriguing plot with some delightful touches of humor, and Ms Allan's choice of setting in Krakow provides a refreshingly different background for her story.

The year is 1807 and Henry Champion is attending a ball in London, courtesy of an old school friend, Lord Brockleton. Across the room, he sees the Honourable Miss Annabel Wells and is instantly smitten but is fully aware t...more
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Henry Champion is sent to Poland on a simple journey to bring back the English widow of a Polish count. The trip turns out to be anything but simple, when the Countess turns out to be Annabel, the woman who humiliated him nine years ago. This historical regency novel by Kate Allan is full of intrigue, likeable main characters and moments that will make you smile as well as want to find out what happens next.


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