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Nabob's Daughter, A
by: Janet Edmonds

Harlequin Historical, July 2000

A Proper Distance Was Necessary . . .
Miss India Leigh and her young brother Richard settled in the Fen country in order to live a quiet life. But they soon found that life was anything but quiet — especially with the handsome Edward Chelworth, Viscount Bardolph, watching over them. Richard had befriended Edward's younger brother, Bartram, and there was no end to the young boys' shenanigans. And when the boys uncover a neighbor's shady dealings, India and Edward must work together to keep the boys from harm. Will imminent danger force India and the viscount to admit their true feelings for one another?
Harlequin Historical - # 47

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Publisher:
Harlequin Historical
Publish Date:
July 2000
Time Period:
Regency: Detective- Sleuth- Mystery
Hero:
Edward Chelworth,
Viscount Bardolph
Heroine:
Miss India Leigh
 
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