Alethea

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Berkley Books, 1985 - Fiction - 578 pages
5 Reviews
Alethea, pursuing a career as a painter, is herself pursued by three men--Jasper Sewell, an idealistic doctor, the rakish John Wilmont, Earl of Rochester, and Kit Drakelon, the obsessive, twisted, cruel tormentor of her childhood

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Review: Alethea (Heron #3)

User Review  - Amy - Goodreads

Didn't quite connect with this book as much as the first two but still a good read Read full review

Review: Alethea (Heron #3)

User Review  - Denise - Goodreads

The third in the Herron family series. London fire. More romance than history. There is one more book in this series. Don't have it yet, but hope the author goes back to more of a history slant... Read full review

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