The Lady Always Wins

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NLA Digital Liaison Platform LLC, Feb 27, 2013 - Fiction
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Railway financier Simon Davenant has waited seven years for a second chance with his childhood sweetheart and best friend. He's not about to let his impending financial ruin destroy the opportunity. This time, he'll do anything he can to secure her hand in marriage--even if it means losing her heart for good. The Lady Always Wins is a short story of 18,500 words (about 60 print pages). It was previously published in the anthology "Three Weddings and a Murder."

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User Review  - caittilynn - LibraryThing

This was a fun sweet story about 2 childhood friends who because of a misunderstanding were separated. Virginia Barrett is afraid of poverty and Simon Davenant wants everything right now. In their ... Read full review

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User Review  - LolaKarns - LibraryThing

Fun historical novel with zingy dialogue. A quick read but the interplay between the characters is fun and satisfying. Read full review

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About the author (2013)

Courtney Milan's debut novel was published in 2010. Since then, she's been a New York Times and a USA Today bestseller, and her books have received starred reviews in Publishers Weekly and Booklist. She's been a RITA finalist and an RT Reviewer's Choice nominee for Best First Historical Romance. Her second book was chosen as a Publishers Weekly Best Book of 2010.Courtney lives in the Rocky Mountains with her husband, a medium-sized dog, and an attack cat. Before she started writing historical romance, she experimented with various occupations: computer programming, dog-training, scientificating.... But her favorite job is the one she's now doing full time--writing romance.
 

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