The Last Debutante

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Pocket Books, Feb 26, 2013 - Fiction - 368 pages
19 Reviews
Who is the captive and who is the captor? When a sexy laird holds a spirited English lady for ransom, she turns the tables and steals his heart.

The lush Scottish Highlands are a tempting setting for seduction in New York Times bestselling author Julia London’s sparkling new novel.

The last person Daria Babcock expects to find in her grandmother’s home is a brawny, naked Highlander. She doesn’t buy Mamie’s explanation about finding the poor man shot in the woods. Nor does she trust the gorgeous laird, who insists his own memory fails him. But Daria came to Scotland looking for adventure and romance, and after the intriguing stranger kidnaps her, she gets her wish—and so much more. . . .

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Review: The Last Debutante (The Secrets of Hadley Green #4)

User Review  - SidneyKay - Goodreads

auf Wiedersehen Hadley Green So we bid a fond farewell to Julia London's Hadley Green series, and I have to say right up front that The Last Debutante is given short shrift. It has the feel of an ... Read full review

Review: The Last Debutante (The Secrets of Hadley Green #4)

User Review  - Michelle Raven - Goodreads

While the story line of this book is adorable and has potential, I feel like this is not up to par with a typical Julia London romance. The writing is cheesy, the main characters put up no fight and it's as if they live together through the story as husband and wife Read full review

About the author (2013)

Julia London is the NYT, USA Today and Publisher's Weekly bestselling author of historical romance, contemporary romance, and women's fiction with strong romantil elements novels, including the Secrets of Hadley Green bestselling series, and the upcoming series, Homecoming Ranch.  She is a four time finalist for the RITA Award of excellence in romantic fiction, and the recipient of RT Bookclub's Best Historical Novel.  She lives in Austin, Texas

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