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His American Duchess (Harlequin online read) (2009)

by Anna Schmidt

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Paris, September, 1895

Jeanne Witherspoon swept a pale yellow stroke of pastel chalk across the outline of a face in her sketchbook. "I can’t get your hair right, Yves."
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Harlequin online read - His American Duchess

After her father lost the family fortune, and after she ended her loveless engagement to a Boston business tycoon, Jeanne Witherspoon escaped to Paris, intent on painting and socializing with only kindred spirits. When she makes the acquaintance of a British duke who shares her love for art, she is content with friendship, despite her growing attraction to the man himself.

But a tragic secret has followed August Groton-Hames to Paris, and the rumors only intensify when he commissions amateur artist Jeanne to paint his portrait. Could his intentions toward Jeanne be anything less than honorable?
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