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The Secret Fear by Barbara Cartland

The Secret Fear (1970)

by Barbara Cartland

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The Secret Fear by Barbara Cartland is the story of Arabella, who is sent to live in the house of the Marquis of Meridale and care for a child who lives there. The Marquis is off fighting the Napoleonic Wars and a local highwayman is using his house as a cover. When the marquis returns, he is intrigued with Arabella, but other issues interfere before they can fall in love! ( )
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When the Marquis of Meridale returned to his castle at last, many surprises awaited him. Among them was Arabella--a wispy, outspoken girl who was as baffling as she was beautiful.

Why did Arabella shrink from his touch? Why did she never speak of her past? And what was the dark secret that explained the aura of dread in his once-happy home?

The answers were locked in Arabella's heart. Could the Marquis find the key that would win her love, and free her from her secret fear?
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