A Christmas Scandal

Author: Jane Goodger
Publisher: Kensington Publishing Corp.
ISBN: 1420112961
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We wenttoa ballin London—imagine usata ball in London. Ifelt likea fairy
princess!I dancedall evening,for my dance card filled quite quickly. Ihave a
feelingSir William is aboutto make an offer for my hand and I cannot tell you how
thrilled...” ...Mother is.Maggie stopped writing, unable to finishthat sentence the
way sheknew she had to. She had written her father severaltimes sincearriving
inEngland, letters all filled with happy newsof their grand adventure. Papa had
enough to worry ...

The Great Christmas Ball

Author: Joan Smith
Publisher: Fawcett
ISBN: 9780449221464
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I seem to recall there was some scandal attached to his death. In fact, he
committed suicide, if memory serves." "What sort of scandal?" Lady Lyman
inquired. "I believe it happened abroad, so I am not familiar with the details, but I
think it had to do with gambling debts. It was around 1802. He was sent to France
— what could it have been?" Lady Lyman ransacked her fading memory and
came up with something. "The signing of the Peace of Amiens, perhaps?" she
suggested. "We were ...

Life Of Andrew Jackson

Author: James Parton
Publisher:
ISBN:
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... Jackson winning by two or three yards. All came into the winning-post in good
condition, except the man whom Montgomery had carried. In his eagerness to
win, Montgomery had clutched and shaken him with such violence, that the man
was more damaged and breathless than either of the two competitors. One can
not be long in Salisbury and talk of Jackson, without hearing a horrible story of
his bringing his mistress to a Christmas ball, to the scandal and disgust of all the
ladies ...

A Christmas Ball

Author: Jennifer Ashley
Publisher: Leisure Books
ISBN: 9780843962505
Size: 68.55 MB
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"And then he goes on his grand tour." Mary's smile was strained. "Before he even
considers taking a wife. My husband was seven-and-twenty when he married me,
the same age you are now. Only I was seventeen, making my first bow. And now
here I am, a widow walking alone with a young, dashing ambassador's aide.
What a scandal." Valentin leaned to look under her hood, inhaling in her scent
trapped by her cloak. "Nvengarians would not consider us a scandal at all. They
would ...

The Christmas Ball

Author: Sherrill Bodine
Publisher: Diversion Books
ISBN: 1626812055
Size: 34.25 MB
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But Persephone has a different scheme in mind, and conspires to send Athena out for one night of fun at Lord Finchley’s masquerade Christmas Ball.

A Winter Scandal

Author: Candace Camp
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1451639538
Size: 71.50 MB
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New York Times bestselling author Candace Camp weaves a heartwarming tale, first in a thrilling new series, of Christmastime love, discovery, and scandal.

The Last Chance Christmas Ball

Author: Mary Jo Putney
Publisher: Zebra
ISBN: 142013860X
Size: 72.21 MB
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“Each author’s unique style and storytelling talents are at their best, gifting readers one scrumptious treat after another…glowing with the joy and romance of the yuletide.” --RT Book Reviews, 4 Stars Christmas 1815.

Harlequin Historical December 2017 Box Set 1 Of 2

Author: Sophia James
Publisher: Harlequin
ISBN: 1488021953
Size: 14.88 MB
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A Secret Consequence for the Viscount The Society of Wicked Gentlemen by Sophia James (Regency) Viscount Bromley returns to London with no memory of his one night with Lady Eleanor and no knowledge of the daughter he fathered.

The Marriage Wager

Author: Candace Camp
Publisher: HQN Books
ISBN: 1426805101
Size: 32.60 MB
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No longer in the first blush of youth and without a marriage portion, Miss Constance Woodley could scarcely imagine why one of the leading lights of London society should take an interest in the likes of her.