Lady Elinor's Escape

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Amber Quill Press, LLC, Mar 1, 2004 - Fiction - 196 pages
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Lady Elinor Ashworth has always longed for adventure, but when she runs away from her abusive, irrational, and dangerous aunt, she finds more than she bargained for. When she encounters an inquisitive gentleman, Elinor accepts his help, but fearing for his safety, hides her identity by pretending to be a seamstress. She resists his every attempt to draw her out, all the while fighting her attraction to him.

There are too many women in barrister Stephen Chaplin's life, but he has never been able to turn his back on a damsel in distress. The younger son of a baronet is a "rescuer" of troubled females, an unusual vocation fueled by guilt over his failure to save the woman he once loved from her brutal husband. Now he cannot help falling in love with his secretive seamstress.

But when Elinor's mysterious background is revealed, will Stephen find himself to be an eligible suitor?

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