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The Heart Triumphant by Barbara Cartland

The Heart Triumphant

by Barbara Cartland

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The Heart Triumphant is #53 in the Bantam series and was published in December 1976. It is the story of Cerissa and Sheldon, who she meets on board a ship crossing the English channel. She is the illegitimate daughter of a French Duc while his family sent him away from England in his youth. Can the adventuress and adventurer ever have a life together? ( )
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In a few short hours Cerissa would have everything she thought she wanted.

A wealthy young lord was anxiously awaiting their wedding. Cerissa would become a great lady. No one would ever again mention her low birth.

Yet her heart pounded for the gallant young guardian who had seen her safely to England. Penniless as he was, it was Sheldon that Cerissa really loved.

But now he was leaving her in the care of the foolish lord who would be her husband. He would soon depart to another country and remain a lifetime away.

Cerissa was suddenly aware that her charade had worked perfectly. She had deceived everyone. But could she fool her own heart?
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