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Sleep in the Woods

Dorothy Eden - Fiction - 2014 - 253 pages
This classic romantic novel about a woman and a land that can never be tamed is Dorothy Eden at her spellbinding best Poor, orphaned Briar Johnson serves as maid to two gently ...
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Winterwood

Dorothy Eden - Fiction - 2013 - 255 pages
Dorothy Eden’s masterpiece of Gothic romance sweeps readers from nineteenth-century Venice to a magnificent English manor and into a dazzling story of desire, deception, and ...
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Ravenscroft

Dorothy Eden - Fiction - 2013 - 256 pages
In this acclaimed, classic Gothic romance by bestselling author Dorothy Eden, a woman falls in love with the nobleman who rescues her from a life on the streets . . . only to ...
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Lady of Mallow

Dorothy Eden - Fiction - 2013 - 221 pages
Hailed by the New York Times as a novel that “should easily satisfy the same readers who made a bestseller out of Victoria Holt’s Mistress of Mellyn,” Dorothy Eden’s masterwork ...
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An Important Family

Dorothy Eden - Fiction - 2013 - 342 pages
The saga of an English family in New Zealand and the secret that haunts them, from the New York Times–bestselling author of The American Heiress. For Kate O’Connor, desperate ...
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Sinister Weddings: Bride by Candlelight, Cat's Prey, and Bridge of Fear

Dorothy Eden - Fiction - 2013 - 595 pages
A special three-in-one edition by Dorothy Eden—featuring Bride by Candlelight, Cat’s Prey, and Bridge of Fear—in which a bride-to-be, a wedding guest, and a recently married ...
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Eerie Nights in London: Death Is a Red Rose, Listen to Danger, and Night of ...

Dorothy Eden - Fiction - 2013 - 620 pages
London nights hold terror for three young women in these blood-chilling novels of romantic suspense that brilliantly convey why the Guardian named bestselling author Dorothy ...
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