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Issue Details: First known date: 2001... 2001 A Herceg Visszater [and] Eljegyzes Parizsban [and] Leveltitok
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Notes

  • Translations of Dark Abyss by Robyn Donald (translator Bittera Dora), Beresford's Bride by Margaret Way (translated by Mery IIdiko) and Sexiest Man Alive by Sandra Marton (translated by Bakay Dora).
  • Contents indexed selectively. (Donald and Marton are non-AustLit authors.)

Contents

* Contents derived from the Budapest,
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Harlequin Magyarorszag , 2001 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Beresford's Bride, Margaret Way , 1998 single work novel romance
Nothing could keep Antoinette Streeton away from her brother's marriage into the influential Beresford family, not even knowing how shocked they all were at her current lifestyle. She presented a seductive temptation to Byrne Beresford, the head of his family vast Australian cattle empire. Looking spectacular in her bridesmaid's dress, Toni had a radiance about her which Byrne found increasingly hard to resist. Surely one wedding couldn't lead to another? Toni was totally unsuited to become this Beresford's bride. - back cover
Eljegyzes Parizsban

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Language: Hungarian
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