Lady Flora's Fantasy

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Signet Books, 2001 - Fiction - 224 pages
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When Lady Flora emerged from the waves she was stunned. Standing arrogantly before her, on a beach reserved for ladies, was Lord Richard Dashwood -his sinewy body magnificently revealed by the second skin of his wet suit. Flora should have been outraged. But the only shame was a shiver of wicked excitement. He was her golden-haired dream god come to life.Unbeknownst to Lady Flora, she too was a fantasy -not of Dashwoodrs"s but of his friend, Lord Sidney Lynde, who offered only sincerity as pale competition for a well-muscled rake. Lynders"s only other weapon was knowing his rivalrs"s secret motives for courtship. But to expose him would mean crushing the heart of a buoyantly happy woman. Lord Lynders"s last recourse for saving Flora from a loveless marriage? Become the one fantasy she never even knew existed...

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Shirley Kennedy was born and raised in Fresno, California. She now lives with her daughter in Yukon, Oklahoma. She loves writing Regency romances and has traveled to Great Britain and Ireland to research the fascinating Regency period. She enjoys hearing from readers, either c/o New American Library or via her Email:

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