English Lord, Ordinary Lady (Google eBook)

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Harlequin, Jan 2, 2008 - Fiction - 192 pages
5 Reviews

His unconventional bride!

Will Radcliff is the perfect English lord. He's handsome and honorable, but a stickler for convention. And he's just inherited Elmhurst Hall....

Rebelling from her stuffy, controlled upbringing, Josie has never followed the rules. She's a waitress at the stately home, and is like a breath of fresh air. But her new boss, Lord Will, thinks she's nothing but trouble!

Then one moonlit night, Will and Josie share a kiss which, for a moment, makes them feel not so very different after all....

  

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Contents

Chapter One
7
Chapter Two
20
Chapter Three
34
Chapter Four
48
Chapter Five
61
Chapter Six
74
Chapter Seven
85
Chapter Eight
99
Chapter Nine
113
Chapter Ten
127
Chapter Eleven
139
Chapter Twelve
153
Chapter Thirteen
167
Epilogue
183
Copyright Page
185
Copyright

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About the author (2008)



As a child, Fiona was constantly teased for two things: having her nose in a book and living in a dream world. Things haven't changed much since then, but at least in writing she's found a use for her runaway imagination.

Fiona lives in London, but her other favourite places to be are the Highlands of Scotland and the English countryside on a summer's afternoon. She loves dancing, cooking and anything cinnamon-flavoured. Of course, she still can't keep away from a good book or a good movie--especially romances--but only if she's stocked up with tissues, because she knows she will need them by the ending, no matter if they're happy or sad. Please visit her Web site, www.fionaharper.com, or send her an e-mail at Fiona@fionaharper.com.

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