Natural Attachment

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Penguin Group USA, Jul 1, 1990 - Fiction - 223 pages
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Miss Eliza Austerleigh was a retiring young lady, living quietly on her country estate. She knew all too well what manner of man Lord Edward Seaton was--one in whose dangerously handsome and powerful presence she felt vulnerable. Would she credit the London gossip about his evil reputation or not? Original Regency romance.

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Mumps in adult males resulting in sterility must have been a dreadful thing for the hereditary aristocracy. If the heir had been in England instead of exiled to Australia because syphilitic & near ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
35
Section 2
45
Section 3
75
Copyright

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About the author (1990)

Katherine Kingsley is the author of three historical romances for Dell: "Call Down the Moon, Once Upon A Dream," and "In the Wake of the Wind."    Before settling down to writing she led a varied life.    A direct descendant of John Jay, she was raised in New York City and London.    Her earlier callings included being a professional modern dancer, a firefighter, an EMT, and a preschool teacher.    But it is writing that has brought her the greatest joy.   
Katherine Kingsley is the recipient of two Romantic Times Career Achievement Awards and four Reviewer's Choice Awards, including Best Regency Romance of the Year for "A Natural Attachment," and Best Historical Romance of the Year for "No Sweeter Heaven."    She is also a two-time Romance Writers of America RITA finalist for "No Sweeter Heaven" and "No Brighter Dream."    Now that their son is grown, she and her British husband spend half the year in the Colorado mountains with their two Jack Russell terriers, one extremely large cat, and an Amazon parrot, and the rest of their time in Europe.

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