Lady Cat

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Kensington Publishing Corporation, Dec 7, 1998 - Fiction - 286 pages
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The celebrated author of "A Rose in Scotland" and "Exquisite" delivers a sweeping tale of a man shattered by war who returns home determined to find the woman whose memory haunted and sustained him through battle. Now, filled with both desire and suspicion, he must discover if she is the answer to his prayers.

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User Review  - Sharon Sherman - Goodreads

A fun book with just a bit of suspense. Lord Stephen rockholme might have been a bit of a rake, but when he falls for a woman he will do anything for her. Read full review

Review: Lady Cat

User Review  - Goodreads

A fun book with just a bit of suspense. Lord Stephen rockholme might have been a bit of a rake, but when he falls for a woman he will do anything for her. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
5
Section 2
11
Section 3
29
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About the author (1998)

A member of RWA since 1984, Joan has been apublished author since winning the Golden Heart Awardfrom Romance Writers of America in 1987 for herRegency, The Prodigal Spinster. Since then she has writtena total of twenty novels, nineteen of which have alreadybeen released. Along the way Joan has made severalbestsellers lists and won numerous awards for her work, including this year's award for Career Achievementin Regency Romance from Romantic Times Magazine.She lives in Washington State with her golden retriever, Libby, and an ornery alleycat named Pounce. She isalso a killer Trivial Pursuit player, and loves the smokeywail of a tenor sax and the icy bite of perfectlychilled champagne.

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