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Famous Heroine, The
by: Mary Balogh

Signet Regency, January 1996

When Lord Francis Kneller first sees Cora Downes, she is tripping over her own feet, shrieking, and laughing rather too loudly. His conclusion is that she is a frightful young lady. When Cora first sees Lord Francis, he is wearing a bright satin turquoise coat with silver and turquoise striped waistcoat and silver knee breeches and copious amounts of lace. She immediately thinks of peacocks. Cora has a habit of getting herself into dreadful scrapes, and Lord Francis always seems to be close enough to get her out of them--at the cost of compromising her once too often. Soon this ill-assorted pair is forced into a marriage neither of them has sought.

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Series: Dark Angel series
Dark Angel
Lord Carew's Bride (Anthology) - Book

Dark Angel - Book 1
Lord Carew's Bride - Book 2
Famous Heroine, The - Book 3
Plumed Bonnet, The - Book 4

Famous Heroine, The

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Signet Regency
Publish Date:
January 1996
Time Period:
Regency: Comedy- Caper- Farce
Francis Kneller
Cora Downes
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