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Morwenna

3.67  ·  Rating Details ·  6 Ratings  ·  2 Reviews
MORWENNA was just a girl when she first saw handsome, arrogant Maxwell Thurlow, mounted high on the rearing, plunging stallion that had murderously trampled her father.

MORWENNA was a young lady when she met Maxwell Thurlow again, in the great manor of Ashridge Hall where she had been adopted and raised.

MORWENNA was a woman about to be swept up by a passion for a man she sh
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Paperback, 269 pages
Published 1977 by Popular Library
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Jonnette
I like this book, on how Goring developed the characters. But I'm slightly disappointed on how their relationship turns out.
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B. Gothic mystery, mom's stash, keep
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