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Issue Details: First known date: 1999... 1999 Un bonheur si fragile [and] Idylle en Castille
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Notes

  • Includes 'Idylle en Castille' (A Rebellious Lady) by UK author, Gail Mallin

Contents

* Contents derived from the Paris,
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France,
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Western Europe, Europe,
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Harlequin , 1999 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Un bonheur si fragile Gallant Waif, Anne Gracie , Florence Moreau (translator) single work novel romance historical fiction
Miss Kate Farleigh was virtually kidnapped by Lady Cahill, after refusing that lady's 'charity'. But she saw her purpose when included in a visit to Jack Carstairs, Lady Cahill's grandson. Wounded in the Peninsular War, he'd returned home to find his fiancee had ended their engagement. He'd retreated to his country estate, but Kate had no patience with Jack's forcefully uttered requests to be left alone! (From back cover, 1999)

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