Issue Details: First known date: 2001 2001
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* Contents derived from the Chatswood, Chatswood - Gordon - Castlecrag area, Sydney Northern Suburbs, Sydney, New South Wales,: Harlequin Mills and Boon , 2001 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
A Comfortable Wife, Stephanie Laurens , 1997 single work novel romance historical fiction
'Miss Antonia Mannering had made plans, and Lord Philip Ruthven played a large part in them. They had been childhood friends, but had not seen each other for years. She knew Philip was popular with the ladies, but he had never married any of them. Wouldn't he now be ready for a wife? If she could prove to him that she could run his home, not disgrace him in Society and be a comfortable wife for him, surely he would be prompted to propose to her. That they might fall in love had never occurred to her!'(Publisher's blurb)
Tallie's Knight, Anne Gracie , 2001 single work novel romance historical fiction
'MAGNUS HAD DECIDED TO SELECT A BRIDE! Miss Thalia Robinson, a destitute orphan, was fortunate that she had been allowed to look after her cousin Laetitia's three adorable children. Tallie usually spent her quiet life lost in daydreams, but the arrival of a house party to aid Magnus, Earl of d'Arenville, to find a wife, turned her world upside down. Magnus's cold facade had been pierced by a delightful small girl, and now he'd decided he wanted children of his own. For that, he needed a wife. But things didn't go according to Laetitia's plan, for he ignored all the debutantes that were presented to him, and, taken with Tallie's loving treatment of the children in her charge, decided that she was the one he would marry....' (Publisher's blurb)
An Independent Lady, Julia Byrne , 1999 single work novel romance historical fiction

'The Earl of Hawkbridge's grandmother had the unfortunate habit of collecting lame ducks who invariably took her for a ride. When Marcus heard about the new companion, widowed Mrs. Amaris Chantry, he went hotfoot to Devon to eject her -- only to be stunned by his reaction to Amy's youth and beauty!

Which didn't mean, of course, that Amy didn't have something to hide. She did! And Marc intended to take great pleasure in finding out just what it was....'(Publisher's blurb)

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