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He was born to rule--but could he learn to love?

Baron Raoul d'Argentan--darkly handsome, "extremely" arrogant. His family had feuded with Natasha's for centuries, and he wasn't about to forgive....

Natasha de Saugure--the unexpected heir to her French grandmother's ch teau, she was unaware of the grudge Raoul still nurtured....

Raoul knew how to deal with Mademoiselle de Sau
ebook, 192 pages
Published September 1st 2005 by Harlequin Presents
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British heroine visits her estranged grandmother in France per her request & finds her regretful of how she treated heroine & her deceased parents. Her grandmother dies the next day & she inherits all her properties including her centuries-old estate. Next-door neighbor Hero is a baron and is suspicious of the timing of her grandmother’s death. He is also taken aback by his attraction to someone as dowdy as heroine & the fact that she’s named after her ancestor who betrayed his a ...more
This may only be the second book that I have read of Hood-Stewart’s, but I instantly fall in love with it. The characters are so deep, and the settings are so believe. It makes you wish that you were actually there watching the whole story unfold right before your very eyes. I also love the feel of the old world society mixed in with the 21st century. It adds that level of drama that you look for in some romance books, rather than just reading for only the romance. I will totally be reading more ...more
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