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Pocket Books, 1992 - Fiction - 544 pages
Elinor O'Dare, a fabulously successful romance novelist and widow of a dashing British World War I pilot, has raised her three granddaughters with deep care and affection, lavishing on them privileges and luxuries, preparing them to be gracious wives of powerful men. To protect her darlings and assure their futures, Elinor calls on the services of Adam Grant, a trusted family friend and laywer whose charm is as irresistible as his striking good looks. Smart, headstrong Clare...stunning New York model Annabel..independent businesswoman Miranda..the beautiful sisters will become innocent pawns in a devastating scheme that threatends their happeniss and security, unmoors Elinor's deepest beliefs, and almost costs her her life...

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