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First Waltz, The (reissue)
by: Janet Louise Roberts

Dell, September 1978

Reissue - original release -
Jan 1974
Publisher: Dell - Candlelight Regency Special - # 153

All Vienna buzzed with political intrigue in 1814 as the nations of Europe met to decide their future. For Rosalind Malloy, lovely young English heiress, Vienna was where she, too, would decide her future. When dashing Count Adam Potocki asked Rosalind to be his bride, Vienna became a city of swirling romance and whirling emotions, a city where dreams come true.

But after her wedding, Rosalind found Adam a changed man. Had he married her only for the money he desperately needed to further his country's cause? What was his involvement with the beautiful, worldly Frenchwoman Isabelle de Guise? Suddenly Rosalind's dream began to fade, as she felt frightened and lost in a world of sophisticated passions and deceptions. Rosalind now knew she would have to gain a woman's wisdom before she could truly capture Adam's heart and have her dreams come true.
Candlelight Regency Special - # 247


Adam Potocki and Rosalind Malloy

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Publish Date:
September 1978
Time Period:
Regency: Napoleonic 1811-1815
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Adam Potocki
Rosalind Malloy
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