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Hearing the rumors that surround his eccentric new neighbor, Stephen St. James is astounded at the effect widow Belle Braxton has on his heart, and in order to win her heart, he must learn her darkest secret.
Paperback, 352 pages
Published January 1st 1996 by Jove
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Boston, 1893. Belle Braxton had grown up being called Blue Belle by her father due to her definitive blue eyes. She was now 29 and her husband had been dead 5 years from rheumatic fever. She had purchased the half of a house owned by Adam St. James. His brother, Stephen St. James owned the other side. She was lonely and said she believed her father, Browning Holly, was going to come get her. She exercised her damaged leg by dancing to the music coming from the other side of her house.
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Dec 09, 2014 rated it really liked it
Shelves: keeper, historical
A very charming story about a "crazy" Belle and a prude "Stephen" coming together to work out their emotional problems from their past.

It is all superficial, with no real depth to the story, however it shows character, and I couldn't have been happier with the ending.

The twists got me. It wasn't predictable in the old-fashioned historical romances I have been reading, but it's sensible.

Just read it! Thank me later.
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Linda Francis Lee is a native Texan now calling New York City home. Linda's writing career began when her article "There Is No Finish Line" was published in her university's quarterly magazine. But she got sidetracked from writing when she started teaching probability and statistics. Later she found her way back to writing, and the Atlanta Journal Constitution called her breakout novel, Blue Waltz ...more
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