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The House on Becket Lane

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Lord Dashell Lonsdale is considered one of the most eligible bachelors in London, but few-even Lord Lonsdale himself-know that despite appearances, his family fortune is not as secure as he believes. When a chance encounter with an unknown lady on the street shakes his seemingly stable world, the young lord has no idea how to react. She collapses at his feet, a frightened ...more
Paperback, 308 pages
Published August 19th 2011 by iUniverse (first published August 1st 2011)
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Jan 26, 2012 rated it liked it
This book has a brilliant storyline and as you know I really dislike spoilers so I shall not be sharing any specific information within my review so sadly it shall not be that long because I really don't want to give anything away!

Caroline one of the main characters throughout the storyline and her sister knows a secret they aren't meant to know, something their mother has taken to the grave with her. This secret is the reason her sister dies an 'accidental' death.
Chanter has created fantastic
Kathleen Kelly
Mar 05, 2012 rated it really liked it
The House on Becket Lane is an engaging story, which is written like a Charlotte Bronte novel. It is about a young lady who runs out into a street to save a child from harm and finds herself saved also. Lord Lonsdale finds himself in love with Caroline, even though they have just met. Caroline's stepfather is an unsavory character who does not treat Caroline very well. Once Lord Lonsdale finds where she lives and is made to leave by the stepfather, an argument ensues with Caroline being beaten. ...more
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Jun 19, 2012
Elizabeth Chanter
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Elizabeth Chanter was born in London, England, and immigrated to Canada in 1966. There, she settled in Vancouver, British Columbia, for a number of years. In 1973, she moved to Vancouver Island, and in 1989 moved to an even smaller community, where she is now retired and living with her dog and cats.
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