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Series: Thorndike Buckinghams - Large Print. This book angered me as I read it because I was sure it was going to end badly, not to mention predictably, while being a disservice to the characters of Watson and Holmes in the bargain. Not so at all. Enjoy it yourself. Hardcover: 310 pages. ISBN-13: 978-0786269822. Product Dimensions: . x . inches.
No doubt it’s a surprise, Countess,’ she said. well, we’ll se. e, ma’am?’
No doubt it’s a surprise, Countess,’ she said. e, ma’am?’. That bacon-faced butler told me where you were. Wanted to follow me out here, too, but I set him straight on that head. In spite of herself, Elizabeth could not refrain from smiling. She could just picture the stiff-necked Frakes being given a set-down by Miss Trottson. She really was an original. I am sorry,’ she said now, ‘that my sister is not.
A Scandalous Secret book. Beth Andrews has been an avid reader since childhood, and her love of the regency period began when she read her first Georgette Heyer novel in the '70s. Her previous novels published by Robert Hale are A Scandalous Secret, St George and the Dragon and Stolen Waters. Beth lives in the Bahamas. Books by Beth Andrews. Mor. rivia About A Scandalous Secret.
A Scandalous Secret - Beth Andrews. Who could this mysterious personage be? Dorinda ushered them into the large, sunny drawing-room and Elizabeth was confronted by a figure that was very familiar indeed
A Scandalous Secret - Beth Andrews. Who could this mysterious personage be? Dorinda ushered them into the large, sunny drawing-room and Elizabeth was confronted by a figure that was very familiar indeed. A tall gentleman rose to greet her - a man with an imposing physique, raven-dark hair and eyes, finely chiselled features, and a rakish air, which was considered by many to be fatally attractive to the fair sex.
Elizabeth, Countess of Dansmere, has to contend with the attentions of not one but two handsome gentlemen.
And a secret she harbors could mean the undoing of the colony itself. Gulf Coast native Beth White brings vividly to life the hot, sultry south in this. Автовоспроизведение Если функция включена, то следующий ролик начнет воспроизводиться автоматически.
This is Beth's second book and the first to be published by Robert Hale.