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It Started in Budapest



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"Fresh, original, intriguing, and romantic. It Started in Budapest is quite the adventure to read."    -Mandy

"I love a great Gothic romance and this one did not disappoint! The location, the setting, and the ambiance were just perfect."-Lucinda
"Julie Daines tells a masterful story."-Emily
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I always enjoy Heather Moore’s historical novels. This one did not disappoint! She is impeccable with her research and always does an excellent job of bringing people from the past to life. I did not know much about Princess Louisa’s life so I really ...more
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“After the winter of thorns came spring. The roses would bloom again. But if she lost Mr. Morland, she’d be chopping down the whole bush. Killing the thorns, to be sure, but killing the beautiful roses too. Just because she couldn’t always see the flowers didn’t mean they were not still there.”
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“You know zey say vhen zeh night is darkest..." He paused, and she leaned closer. "Zhat is vhen you need a light.”
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