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Things were going drastically wrong for Isabella. Deprived of her poetical beau and a season in town under her aunt’s aegis, she was mortified to discover she was expected to accompany her young brothers to their tutor’s home in the country. The next blow fell when her father announced her betrothal to the elderly roué, Lord Carlton Crue.

Besieged on all sides, Isabella was
Paperback, 253 pages
Published 1991 by Mills & Boon (first published January 1st 1990)
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For four years, Mr D'Estine had observed Isabella Larkham ignored by her father. Her sire was a cit. Izzy's mother had died years before leaving her with two younger brothers. The kindly gentleman had been hired to tutor the boys.

Over time, Isabella was influenced by her Aunt Caroline's haughtiest prejudices and her so-called friends' snobbish pretenses. Inwardly craving affection, she turned into a spoiled, embittered young woman. She admired wealth first with breeding a far second. When she t
Not bad - just a good old love story really - predictable right from the beginning.
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