A Cousinly Connexion

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Uncial Press, Feb 1, 2007 - Fiction - 359 pages
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Orphaned children, meddlesome cousin, negligent heir--recipe for catastrophe? Or for love?When Lady Meriden's eldest stepson and husband die within days of each other, the estate passes to the second stepson. No one has seen him in years, yet he inherits everything, including his father's gambling debts and guardianship of his seven siblings. Jane Ash rushes to her aunt's aid. Months go by before the new baron comes, and Jane is left to cope with her ailing, self-dramatizing aunt and bewildered cousins, all of whom have problems. Lady Meriden alternately spoils and neglects them. Julian, the heir, has his own problems and wants nothing less than to play the heavy parent to his unknown siblings. When he does come, will he and Jane form an unexpected alliance that leads to romance?

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User Review  - Laylah Dane - Goodreads

Reminding me of The Sound of Music somehow. Not as good as Lady Elizabeth's comet in my opinion, mostly because I feel her storytelling suits the first person POV more. It's just more romantic. Anyway, it's still a very very good regency romance. Read full review

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Chapter I
Chapter II
Chapter III
Chapter IV
Chapter V
Chapter VI
Chapter VII
Chapter VIII
Chapter XII
Chapter XIII
Chapter XIV
Chapter XV
Chapter XVI
Chapter XVII
Chapter XVIII
Chapter XIX

Chapter IX
Chapter X
Chapter XI
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